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CSIR- CENTRAL ELECTROCHEMICAL

RESEARCH INSTITUTE

KARAIKUDI – 630 006, TAMIL NADU

INDUSTRY/ACADEMIC-ORIENTED

TECHNOLOGY/ REFRESHER COURSES

TRAINING PROGRAMMES

2012 – 2013

CONTENTS

About CECRI -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Information to participants -------------------------------------------------------------------

DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT COURSES

Corrosion Science and Engineering

1. Corrosion Control in Industrial Water Systems -----------------------------------------

2. Cathodic Protection Systems and Devices -------------------------------------------------

3. Pipeline Corrosion and its Control-----------------------------------------------------------

4. Corrosion Diagnosis and Durability Enhancement of Concrete Infrastructures -----

5. Paints for Corrosion Protection ---------------------------------------------------------------

CENTRAL INSTRUMENTATION FACILITY

1. Instrumental Methods of Analysis------------------------------------------------------------

BATTERIES

1. Lead Acid Batteries: Science & Technology --------------------------------------------

WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY, INSTRUMENTATION AND ELECTROMETALLURGY

1. Waste Water Treatment Technologies --------------------------------------------

ELECTROCHEMICAL MATERIALs SCIENCE

1. Surface Coatings by Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD),

Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) and Surface Analyses -------------------------------

Industrial Metal Finishing

1. Industrial Practice of Electroplating and Metal Finishing -------------------------------

2. Maintenance of Electroplating Baths ------------------------------------------------------.

ELECTROPLATING METAL FINISHING TECHNOLOGY

1. Electroplating of Copper, Nickel, Chromium and Precious Metals--------------------

2. Trouble-shooting in Electroplating and Metal Finishing --------------------------------

3. Electroplating and Anodizing- Principles and Practices -------------------------------------

SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES

Course Enrolment Form ---------------------------------------------------------------------

Places to visit --------------------------------------------------------------

ABOUT CSIR - CECRI

CSIR - Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CECRI) has been playing a leading role in human resource development for the electrochemical and related industries, apart from carrying out research in both the frontier areas of electrochemistry and problems of current relevance to Indian Industry.

CSIR - CECRI offers a variety of courses to scientific and technical personnel employed in industries, government and academic institutions. These courses are designed to impart the necessary knowledge & skills and are conducted by talented and highly competent scientists with the help of skilled auxiliary / technical staff. Participants will be given ample opportunities to have hands-on-experience.

Over the years. the institute has conducted 820 courses on different areas of electrochemistry, and 7003 persons from various industries, educational institutions and entrepreneurs have been trained. The medium of instruction is English.

AREAS OF RESEARCH

CORROSION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING:

Corrosion control in concrete structures – Condition survey of existing structures – Corrosion monitoring of new structures – Assessment of residual life based on rate of corrosion – Evaluation of surface coatings for concrete and steel rebar – Repair and rehabilitation of corrosion affected structures – Cathodic protection of buried and marine structures – Development of various alloy anodes for sacrificial protection – Development of various types of inhibitors – Development of acid pickling inhibitor, inhibitors for cooling water system and oil wells – Vapour phase inhibitor for steel during storage – Suggestion of suitable water treatment procedure for industrial cooling water system – Development of protective organic coatings – Development of rust converting primer, rust converter, various other primers – Technologies of electrophoretic coatings, reflecting and road marking paints, sign boards, antifouling paints – Advice on suitable coating system for protection of industrial equipments and structures – Corrosion monitoring & failure analysis – Environmental corrosion – Field stations at Mandapam (Marine corrosion) and Tuticorin (Marine corrosion and fouling) – Corrosion map of India – Corrosion auditing.

BATTERIES AND FUEL CELLS:

Lead Acid Batteries of both vented and VRLAB, types – Alkaline systems like Nickel Metal-hydride, Nickel-cadmium batteries – Lithium Manganese dioxide primary battery and rechargeable lithium based battery systems with non-aqueous liquid electrolyte and solid polymer electrolyte – Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells (MCFC) – Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC)-Direct DMFC, Direct DBFC, Super Capacitors, PEMFC.

ELECTROCHEMICALS:

Precise and easier control of reactions, low operating temperatures, minimum wasteful by products, reduced running costs and high purity chemicals. Expertise includes modernization of mono-polar cells, bipolar and annular flow cells, trickle-bed and packed-bed cells for chlorates, bromates, iodates, hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide, calcium gluconate, solid polymer electrolyte cell for hydrogen, electro organic and inorganic synthesis, electrochlorination, electrodialysis, TSI anode, membrane cell, electrochemical dyeing, etc.

ELECTROCHEMICAL MATERIALS SCIENCE:

Thin films of transparent conducting oxides and inorganic oxide materials – ZnO, SnO2, In2O3, Mg2SnO4, MgIn2O4, Zn2SnO4, MgO, electrochemical techniques – Pulse plating, brush plating of semiconductor films, transition metal oxides/chalcogenides, metal/alloy nitrides –WO3, MoO3, MoS2, TiN, TiAlN, AlN, ZrN, CrN, Hard coatings, corrosion resistant and Biomedical implant applications, Mixed oxide powder/films preparation by chemical routes – Sol-gel, self-combustion, solid-state reaction, spin-coatings, spray pyrolysis, Inorganic specialty materials for diverse applications – Semiconductor oxide based sensors, electrochromic devices – WO3, MoO3, NiO, V2O5, CeO2, photoelectrochemical solar cells – TiO2, SnO2-TiO2, ZnO-TiO2, electron beam evaporation, DC/RF sputtering, vacuum evaporation techniques-nanocrystalline powders/thin films of CdSe-ZnSe, ZnSe-ZnTe, ZnSe-GaAs and ternary chalcogenides for non-linear optical devices, carbon nano tubes, dye-sensitized/organic solar cells, electrochemical and spectral characterization of semiconductor materials – Porous silicon, semiconductor oxides incorporated porous matrix for devices.

FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS:

Phosphors, solid ionics, novel energy materials in conjunction with computer modeling. R&D work is also focused on organic materials for polymer light-emitting devices, conducting polymers and their components for sensor, electrocatalytic and EMI shielding applications.

ELECTRODICS AND ELECTROCATALYSIS:

Fundamental aspects of electrochemical processes, Thermodynamics, Transport phenomena in electrochemical systems, Modeling and simulation of electrochemical processes, Electrochemical sensors, Double layer capacitors, Modified electrodes for electrochemical devices.

ELECTRO-HYDRO / PYRO-METALLURGY:

Development of electrolytic process for the production of Sodium metal, Calcium metal, Magnesium metal and Titanium metal / alloy. Electrochemical synthesis of high temperature high tech materials like hexaborides of rare earth metals using molten electrolyte. Development of bath for operating the aluminum pots at lower temperature – development of electro refining process for super pure aluminium.

INDUSTRIAL METAL FINISHING:

Electroplating of common metals such as copper, nickel, chromium, cadmium, lead, zinc and tin – Electrodeposition of alloys – Electrocomposites by Electroplating and Electroless plating techniques – Plating of precious metals – Electroforming of moulds, dies and intricate objects – continuous plating on wires – Coatings on difficult to plate metals – Electropolishing and etching – Colouring of metals – Stripping of plated metals and recovery of plated coatings – Anodizing – Autocatalytic Deposition – Brush plating of common metals and Pulse plating.

ELECTROPLATING METAL FINISHING TECHNOLOGY:

Electroplating of common metals like copper, nickel, chromium, zinc, tin, lead and cobalt-plating of precious metals like silver, gold – Electroplating of alloys and composites-Plating on difficult to plate metals – Continuous plating of wires and strips – Barrel plating – Brush plating – Pulse plating – Electropolishing – Etching – Stripping – Anodizing.

MODERN CENTRAL INSTRUMENTATION FACILITY FOR ADVANCED R&D:

  • Powder X-ray Diffractometer  Laser Raman Spectrometer

  • X-ray Analytical Microscope (XRF)  NMR Spectrometer

  • Thermal Analysis System (TG and DTA)  X-ray Fluorescence Thickness Gauge

  • Differential Scanning Calorimeter  Slow Strain Rate Stress Corrosion Testing Machine

  • Gas-liquid Chromatograph  Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer

  • High-performance Liquid Chromatograph  UV-VIS-NIR Spectrophotometer

  • Advanced Ion Chromatograph  Fourier Transform Infra-red Spectrophotometer

  • Laser Particle Size Analyzer  CHN Analyzer

  • BET Surface Area Analyzer  DC Magnetron Sputtering Unit

  • FTIR Microscope  Electron Beam Evaporation Unit

  • Metallurgical Microscope & Micro Hardness Tester  Universal Tensile Testing Machine

  • Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)  CNC Milling Machine

  • Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique (SVET)  ESR / EPR Spectrometer

Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)  Cluster Computer

 ICP Mass Spectrometer  STM/AFM Microscope

 X-ray photo electron Spectrometer  FT-RAMAN Spectrometer

Multi channel Electrochemical Potentiostat / Galvanostat  Autolab

Gas Chromatograph / Mass Selective Detector (GCMS)  Insitu X-ray Diffractometer

KNOWLEDGE RESOURCE CENTRE:

CSIR - CECRI Knowledge Resource Centre (KRC) has a rich collection of books, periodicals, patents, translation and other documents. Currently, the KRC receives about 85 periodicals and has nearly 51152 volumes of books. The KRC also operates a fee based information service to industries. CSIR - CECRI, Karaikudi is in the process of establishing an e-library. This will facilitate scientists and students to get online information from latest digital resources such as e-journals, standards and patents, etc.

INFORMATION TO PARTICIPANTS

ELIGIBILITY:

Bachelors Degree in Chemistry, Physics, Metallurgy or Engineering (or) Polytechnic Diploma, preferably with industrial experience.

Relaxable in special cases, e.g., candidates who are entrepreneurs / industrial participants / R&D personnel.

HOW TO APPLY:

The duration and other information about the courses are announced each year well in advance in CSIR -CECRI website <>. Application for admission should be made in the prescribed format. Separate application forms should be used for each module. Completed application forms should reach at least 20 days before the commencement of the course.

COURSE FEES:

The course fees are indicated in each module. The course fees should be remitted by Demand Draft drawn in favour of Director, CECRI payable at Karaikudi from any one of the nationalized banks (or) through electronic transfer. Following are the details for electronic transfer. a). Name of the Bank: Indian Bank, Karaikudi b).Name of the Account: IRF-CECRI c). Account No: 737253625 d). IFSC code: IDIB000A008 e). Brach Code: 0245 f). PAN No: AAATC2716R g). Service Tax No. AAATC2716R ST021. If you are sending the course fees after deducting the TDS, you are requested to send the Form-16 at the earliest for our records. The course fees once paid is not refundable under any circumstances (except the cases of Cancellation of the training by CECRI).

For overseas participants, the course fees would be US $ 600 / equivalent value

(inclusive of service tax, edu.cess and higher edu.cess) per participant for each module.

The Training fee includes Course Material, Training Kit, Lunch, Tea / Coffee, etc.

VENUE AND LOCATION:

All the courses will be conducted at the premises of the Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi which is well connected by both road and rail. It is about 500 km south of Chennai in the Chennai – Rameswaram Railway Line. The nearest airports are Tiruchirappalli and Madurai.

The Road / Rail journey from Chennai to Karaikudi takes about 10 – 11 hrs.

The guest-house in CSIR - CECRI campus is about 2 km away from the railway station and 3 km from the new bus stand of Karaikudi.

COURSE TIMINGS:

The course begins on Monday.

Duration 09:30 hrs. to 17:00 hrs. (including one hour lunch break).

CLIMATE:

Karaikudi has moderate hot climate throughout the year. The minimum and maximum temperatures are in the range of 25oC – 32oC in winter.

BOARDING AND LODGING:

The Institute will provide boarding and lodging for the course participants in the guest house on payment basis (with subject to the room availability). Desirous, may please book the accommodation well in advance.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS:

  • In case of inadequate number of participants (less than 7), for a particular training programme, the CECRI may drop the execution of that programme. In view of this, before proceeding to the course, the prospective participants are advised to confirm with the Head, S&T or the concerned Technical co-ordinator about its dates and execution.

  • For Technical Queries about a training course, the prospective participants may contact the concerned Technical Co-ordinator

THE DECISION OF THE DIRECTOR, CSIR-CECRI REGARDING THE COURSE/ PARTICIPATION WILL BE FINAL AND BINDING.

For further details, please write to:

The Head

Seminar&Training

CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute

Karaikudi – 630 006, Tamil Nadu

Phone : 04565 – 241470 & 241471

Fax : 04565 – 227713, 227779, 227651

Website :

E-mail : st@

CORROSION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

Course No: CSE -1

CORROSION CONTROL IN INDUSTRIAL WATER SYSTEMS

Duration : 30.07.2012 to 03.08.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. S. Muralidharan

E.mail:smdharan@,smdharan57@

Mobile: 094421 82843 & Ph:04565-241375

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Numerous failures in boilers and heat exchangers caused by corrosion have been reported. The cooling water chemistry has changed steadily over the years. Most of the problems observed in several industries due to corrosion can be controlled by the addition of suitable water treatment chemicals such as corrosion inhibitors, scale inhibitors and biocides. This course throws light on the applications of various methods to control corrosion in industrial water systems with case studies.

Content

Theory: Introduction to corrosion principles, Forms of Corrosion - Cathodic Protection – Corrosion inhibitors – Protective coatings – Scaling and its control – Biofouling and its control – Chemical cleaning of Boilers and Head Exchangers – Heat Exchanger Corrosion Failures – Boiler water treatment – Cooling water chemistry – Materials for cooling water system corrosion monitoring techniques – Surface analytical techniques – Case studies, Fireside Corrosion and failure analysis.

Practical: Corrosion rate determination by Electrochemical and gravimetric methods, Evaluation of biocides and antiscalants, Evaluation of protective coatings.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Course No: CSE -2

CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEMS AND DEVICES

Duration : 06.08.2012 to 10.08.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. P. Subramanian

E-mail: pscecri@ & ps@

Mobile: 094422 20808 & Ph:04565-241387

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess) Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Corrosion implies the existence of anodic and cathodic areas on the metal surface. In applying cathodic protection, a current is superimposed in such a direction that the structure to be protected acts as cathode. A versatile technique, based on historical performance, for mitigating the corrosion of buried and submerged steel structures is cathodic protection. Cathodic protection is a well proven, established and economical method of controlling corrosion of buried and submerged metallic structures. Proper soil analysis, design, installation and monitoring are the essential components of cathodic protection. This course has been designed to cater to the needs of Engineers and Technologists who design, implement and maintain cathodic protection of pipelines and offshore structures operated by oil companies, fertilizer plants, petrochemical plants etc.,

Content

Theory: Basic aspects of corrosion, Forms of corrosion, Corrosion control methods, Underground corrosion, Fundamentals of cathodic protection, Sacrificial anodes, Impressed current system, Field data and design aspects, Operation and maintenance of cathodic protection system, Stray current electrolysis and interference in cathodic protection system, Biocorrosion, Cathodic protection of concrete structures, Instruments for cathodic protection, Coating defect surveys for buried pipelines, Cathodic protection of above ground storage tanks, Pipeline coatings.

Practical: Soil Resistivity – PSP measurements – Cathodic Protection and Bio corrosion.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Course No: CSE- 3

PIPELINE CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL

Duration : 10.09.2012 to 14.09.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. M. Selvaraj

E-mail:selvaraj58@ & mselvaraj@

Mobile: 094871 12277 & Ph:04565-241403

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess) Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: This course essentially deals with aspects of corrosion with emphasis on factors affecting pipelines. It deals with design and maintenance of cathodic protection units, protective coatings for pipelines and selection, evaluation and testing of different types of coatings on pipelines. Apart from these, bio-fouling, internal corrosion of pipelines and various methods of protection will also be covered.

Content

Theory: Basic aspects of Corrosion – Forms of corrosion – Corrosion monitoring – Underground corrosion – Fundamental of cathodic protection – Galvanic Anodes – Impressed current CP Systems – Field data and design aspects of CP Systems – Instruments for CP Systems – Stray current electrolysis and interference in CP Systems – Cathodic Protection – Case Studies – Operation and Maintenance of CP Systems – Metallurgical aspects of Corrosion – Corrosion in Concrete Structures - Internal corrosion of pipelines – Microbial corrosion in oil pipelines – Outlines of protective coatings – Surface preparation for painting and methods of application of paints – Protective coatings for underground pipelines – Recent trends in pipeline coatings – Coating condition survey of buried pipelines – Testing and evaluation of paints & coatings.

Practical: Polarization studies – Soil resistivity – Cathodic Protection – Testing of Organic Coatings.

Visit: CSIR - CECRI Corrosion Testing Centre, Mandapam where the corrosion rate is the second highest in the world.

Course No: CSE -4

CORROSION DIAGNOSIS AND DURABILITY

ENHANCEMENT OF CONCRETE INFRASTRUCTURES

Duration : 08.10.2012 to 12.10.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. K. Thangavel

E-mail:thangam12156@ & thangam@

Mobile: 094861 24706 & Ph:04565-241357

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Prestigious concrete infrastructures like national highway bridges, nuclear reactors, elevated water tanks play a vital role in maintaining the lifeline of human beings uninterrupted. In the annual production of steel, a substantial portion of more than 5 million tons of steel are used as rebars by the construction industries. Due to rebar corrosion problem more than the cost of construction is being spent towards repairs and renovation of concrete structures. If rebar corrosion problem continues, all the prestigious structures are subjected to sudden collapse. In order to avoid the catastrophic failures, effective additional protective measures must be undertaken in the construction stage itself. This course deals with CSIR - CECRI’s expertise on advanced corrosion monitoring and protection strategies for reinforcement corrosion. It will be of attractive to the field engineers particularly those working in coastal / industrial areas.

Content

Theory: Introduction to reinforcement corrosion – Advanced corrosion monitoring techniques for RCC and PSC structures- Corrosion Monitoring sensors- Admixtures for durable concrete structures – Coatings for rebar and concrete structures – Repair and rehabilitation techniques – Blended cements- Fibre reinforced concrete.

Practical: Corrosion survey techniques – Corrosion rate measurements – CPCC and cement based coatings and acceptance tests.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Course No: CSE- 5

PAINTS FOR CORROSION PROTECTION

Duration : 15.10.2012 to 19.10.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. S. Muthukrishnan

E-mail:cecrimuthu@&

muthukrishnan@

Mobile: 094436 85279 & Ph: 04565-241366

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: The course outlines the basic aspects of corrosion and protection by organic coatings. The properties of binders, pigments, extenders and other ingredients commonly used in the paint formulation and their respective roles in controlling corrosion are dealt with. The role of surface preparation and the techniques and for applying paints such as brushing, spraying, electropainting, powder coating are described. Details of conversion coatings generally used for ferrous and non-ferrous materials and its importance in improving corrosion protection are covered. Coatings for underground pipelines and monitoring the conditions of underground pipelines are also dealt with. Antifouling coatings used for marine applications are included in the syllabus. The performance evaluation of the coatings by physical, chemical, accelerated test and electrochemical techniques are described elaborately.

Content

Theory: Basic aspects of corrosion – Classification of raw materials – Fundamentals of pigments and resins – Surface preparation – Conversion Coatings – Methods of paint applications – Electrocoating – Powder coatings – Testing liquid paints – Chemical and corrosion resistance coatings.

Practical: Preparation of paints - Conversion coatings - Powder coatings – Electropainting - Testing of liquid paints & coatings by physical, accelerated and electrochemical techniques.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

CENTRAL INSTRUMENTATION FACILITY

Course No: CIF

INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

Duration : 29.10.2012 to 02.11.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. R.H. Suresh Bapu

E-mail:drsureshbapu@ &

sureshbapu@

Mobile: 09442985904 & Ph: 04565- 27771 & 241533

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: The course is designed to offer exposure in various analytical techniques to R & D personnel, engineers and technicians working in quality control laboratories, post graduates in physics and chemistry who are on the look-out for such training in analytical techniques to improve their employment opportunities.

Content

Theory: Basic principles, Theory, Instrumentation and application for the following analytical techniques will be discussed.

  • UV-VISIBLE Spectroscopy (UV-VIS)

  • Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR)

  • X-ray Diffraction Spectroscopy (XRD)

  • X-ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy (XRF)

  • X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS)

  • Gas Chromatography (GC)

  • Thermal Analysis (DSC/DTA)

  • Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM)

  • NMR Spectroscopy (NMR)

  • Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)

  • Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM)

Practical: Demonstration of some of the above techniques is included in the laboratory sessions.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

BATTERIES

Course No: BAT

LEAD ACID BATTERIES: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Duration : 05.11.2012 to 09.11.2012

Co-ordinator : Er. V. Muthumani

E-mail: muthumanicecri@ &

muthumani@

Mobile:09442250228 & Ph: 04565-241420

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Content

Theory : Fundamentals raw materials for the manufacture of lead acid batteries- Lead alloys, Separators and electrolyte- Unit operations in lead acid batteries-Grid casting, mixing, pasting and curing, formation and assembly- Testing of batteries – Battery charging methods – Factors affecting the battery performance – Dry charged batteries – VRLA battery principles, merits & demerits - Performance & testing of VRLA – Failure modes of LAB- Defects, causes & remedies. Different charging methods – Lead Acid Battery maintenance tools – safety.

Practical:

1. Oxide- Determination by Scott voltmeter.

2. Mixing pasting curing process.

3. Formation procedure current calculation.

4. Finished battery determination

  • Capacity test 20h rate.

  • HRD at Normal temperature

  • Charging MF, vented type

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

ELECTROCHEMICAL POLLUTION CONTROL

Course No: EPC

WASTE WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

Duration : 19.11.2012 to 23.11.2012

Co-ordinators : Dr. S. Udaya Bhanu

E-mail: udayascientist@ & subhanu@

Mobile : 09443619557 & Ph:04565-241438

Dr. B. Ramesh Babu

E-mail: brbabu2011@ & brbabu@

Mobile : 09442134088 & Ph:04565-241441

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives:

The principal objective of wastewater treatment is generally to allow sewage and industrial effluents to be disposed of without danger to human health or damage to the environment. Conventional wastewater treatment consists of a combination of physical, chemical and biological processes and operations to remove solids, organic and inorganic pollutants from wastewater.

Disposal of residual wastewaters from industrial is difficult in actual practice. However most of industries like petroleum refineries, metal processing and plating industries prefer to treat their wastewaters to meet PCB norms before disposing to nearby rivers, lakes or oceans. This course is designed to understand the fundamentals of wastewater treatments.

This course deals with CSIR-CECRI’s expertise on environmental problems (water & wastewater treatment, sludge management) with emphasis on industries. It will be useful for the industrialists and academicians of India to learn and implement in their areas.

Content

Theory: Conventional wastewater treatment methods- Analysis of wastewater – Electrochemical methods of treatment – Bioremediation – Electrochemical processes for environmental applications – an over view – Glimpses of electroplating industries – Waste minimization – Fluoride management in water – Advanced design for wastewater treatment – Role of catalysis in wastewater treatment – Design and fabrication of electrochemical reactors – Applications of advanced analytical instruments – Importance of Modeling – Role of nano-technology – Air pollution and control – Role of pollution control boards (State and Central) in industries.

Practical: Electro-oxidation and electro-coagulation and adsorption processes.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

ELECTROCHEMICAL MATERIALS SCIENCE

Course No: ECMS

SURFACE COATINGS BY PHYSICAL VAPOUR DEPOSITION (PVD),

CHEMICAL VAPOUR DEPOSITION (CVD) AND SURFACE ANALYSES

Duration : 03.12.2012 to 07.12.2012

Co-ordinators : Dr. B. Subramanian & Dr. M. Jayachandran

E-mail:subramanianb3@&bsmanian@

Mobile:094434 65544 & Ph:04565-241539

E-mail:mjayam54@ & mjayam54@

Mobile: 094436 19470 & Ph:04565-241539

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: The increasing need for advanced materials that have excellent friction, wear, corrosion and optical properties has led to a rapid expansion in the field of newer coatings techniques like PVD, CVD etc., and this course aims at imparting a basic knowledge of these techniques and surface characterization of the PVD, CVD coatings.

Content

Theory: Basics of vacuum - Physical Vapour Deposition (PVD) – Thermal Evaporation – Electron beam evaporation – Molecular beam epitaxy – Hot wall epitaxy – Sputtering techniques – Diode sputtering – Radio frequency sputtering – Magnetron sputtering – Ion plating – Plasma Ion Beam Sputtering – Plasma surface treatments – Nitriding – Boriding –Chemical Vapour Deposition (CVD) – Chemical reactions involved in CVD – MOCVD – Plasma assisted CVD – Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) - Surface analysis by X-ray Diffraction (XRD) - Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) - Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) – Transmission Electron Microscopy X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy. Potentiodynamic polarization studies- Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) - Laser Raman Spectroscopy.

Practical: Demonstration of Thermal and electron beam evaporation, Magnetron sputtering, pulsed laser deposition chemical vapour deposition, XRD, SEM, EDAX, FTIR, AFM, TEM and XRF are included in the practical sessions with few hands on training to the participants. Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

INDUSTRIAL METAL FINISHING

Course No: IMF- 1

INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE OF ELECTROPLATING AND METAL FINISHING

Duration : 10.12.2012 to 14.12.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. K.N. Srinivasan

E-mail: knsvasan@ & knsrinivasan@

Mobile: 094431 24284 & Ph:04565-241542

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Electroplating and metal finishing techniques modifies the physical, mechanical and chemical properties of the surface to meet special requirements such as aesthetic appearance, corrosion resistance and functional properties. Electrodeposition offers advantages such as applicability to complex shapes, lower costs than many other coating processes, better control of deposit properties and ability to deposit very thick coating. In recent years, significant advances have taken place for surface engineering applications. This course deals with various coating techniques for different substrates for applications involving decorative, protective and functional requirements.

Content

Theory: Pretreatment Processes – Basics of Electroplating – Copper plating – Nickel plating – Chromium plating – Zinc plating – Cadmium plating – Electroforming – Electroless Plating – Composite coatings – Conversion coatings – Organic coatings – Anodizing – Precious metal plating – Vapour deposition techniques – Electropolishing – Testing of electrodeposits.

Practical: Hull cell and throwing power – Electroplating of copper, nickel and chromium – Anodizing.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Course No: IMF- 2

MAINTENANCE OF ELECTROPLATING BATHS

Duration : 17.12.2012 to 21.12.2012

Co-ordinator : Dr. N.V. Shanmugam

E-mail: nvshanmugam@ &

nvshanmugam@

Mobile: 094420 47904 & Ph: 04565-241568

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Electroplating is no more an art, but more scientific approach in needed for the successful operation and execution of various processes to meet global requirements. The plate’s day-to-day problems can be solved not by mere introduction of scientific methodological and systematic approaches but strict adherence to them is needed to control each of the plating operations to ensue sustained and quality production. This course is aimed at imparting the basic knowledge and upgrading the skills of electroplaters with regards to preparation, purification maintenance and control of various electroplating solutions and at cautioning them about the various problems that may endanger the production schedules because of due precaution not being taken in the initial stage itself. More emphasis is given for quality control for meeting global standards.

Content

Theory: Basic principles of electroplating, solution purification, control and maintenance of plating baths; electroforming techniques/electroless plating; maintenance of copper, nickel, chromium, zinc, gold, silver alloy, electroless and plating solutions, testing of deposits, quality control and bath maintenance with Hull cell; safety measures and pollution control measures in plating processes.

Practical: Analysis of a Plating bath – Hull Cell for quality – Demonstration; AAS analysis of plating solutions and XRF/SEM – Hardness testing – and related testing.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Electroplating Metal Finishing Technology

Course No: EMFT-1

ELECTROPLATING OF COPPER, NICKEL, CHROMIUM AND

PRECIOUS METALS

Duration : 07.01.2013 to 11.01.2013

Co-ordinator : Dr. R. Sekar

E-mail:grsek2004@ & rsekar@

Mobile: 099408 74641& Ph: 04565-241572

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Copper – Nickel – Chromium or Nickel – Chromium deposits are universally employed for decorative plating because of their aesthetic appeal in combination with a high degree of corrosion resistance. The automobile industries all over the world are the foremost users of decorative nickel – Chromium plating. Electroplating techniques of silver and gold are used for both decorative and functional applications in electronics on contacts and connectors. The course will enable the participants to be well acquainted with various aspects of copper, nickel, chromium, silver and gold plating like pretreatments, electroplating solutions, methods of plating, testing of deposits, analysis of solutions and effluent treatment.

Content

Theory: Fundamentals of electroplating and pretreatment for electroplating – Copper plating – Nickel plating – Decorative chromium plating – Hard chromium plating –Silver plating –Gold plating – PGM plating- Properties and testing of electrodeposits – Analysis of plating baths – Effluent treatments – Hydrogen embrittlement in plating.

Practical: De-rusting and mechanical polishing of steel and other substrates – Preparation of electro cleaners. Decorative nickel – Chromium plating - Hard Chromium plating - Analysis of plating baths-Testing of deposits.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Course No: EMFT-2

TROUBLE-SHOOTING IN ELECTROPLATING AND METAL FINISHING

Duration : 21.01.2013 to 25.01.2013

Co-ordinator : Dr. S. Mohan

E-mail:mohan40159@

& mohan40159@

Mobile: 094421 26765 & Ph: 04565-241568

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: This short course deals with all the problems that a metal finisher encounters in his shop and suggests solutions / remedies for the problems. All aspects of scientific approach to metal finishing practices will be dealt with by very competent staff.

Content

Theory: Overview of industrial metal finishing problems in surface conditioning of common metals and their remedies – Testing of the cleanliness of base metals – Trouble shooting in anodizing of aluminium - Continuous wire plating - Trouble shooting in precious metal plating – Trouble shooting in Electroplating – Testing of deposits – Trouble shooting in copper, nickel, chromium, zinc, tin and other important plating baths – Heavy deposition and electroforming and their trouble shooting – metal coloring and its applications. Trouble shooting in precious metal plating, trouble shooting in Electro polishing – Testing of deposits.

Practical: Trouble shooting in electro – Polishing of stainless steel, aluminium and anodizing techniques - Trouble shooting in nickel plating and chromium plating, Brush plating.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

Course No: EMFT- 3

ELECTROPLATING AND ANODIZING – PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES

Duration : 11.02.2013 to 15.02.2013

Co-ordinator : Dr. G.N.K. Ramesh Bapu

E-mail:bapu2657@

& rameshbabugnk@

Mobile: 094865 63834 & Ph: 04565-241551

Course charges : Rs.10000/- + 12.3% (Service tax, Edu.cess

& Hr.edu.cess)Total Rs. 11,236/-

Objectives: Electrodeposition, commonly known as electroplating, is defined as a process of depositing a metallic coating of desired form over a conducting surface by means of electrolysis using either simple salts or complex salt baths whereas anodizing is the oxidation of aluminium in a suitably formulated electrolyte. Potential applications of electroplated metals and anodized aluminium are found in the field of aeronautical, agriculture, architecture, engineering, mechanical, marine, mining and nuclear sectors. These surface finishing processes are mainly used for decorative as well as functional applications. For improving the standards of coating quality, it is essential for platers and engineers to understand the science behind electroplating and the basics principles of various associated processes. With this in view, this course is suitably designed to discuss on the fundamental aspects of electroplating and anodizing appropriate to electroplaters, plant engineers and quality control personnel.

Content

Theory: Faraday laws – Current density, pH, current efficiency – Bath optimization – Throwing power – Additives – Metal deposition from simple salts and complex salts baths – Surface preparation – Methods of plating – Testing of deposits – Principles of anodizing and colouring.

Demonstration: Determination of current efficiency – Hull cell – Haring Blum cell – testing equipments.

Visit: CSIR – CECRI unit, Mandapam.

SPECIAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES

CSIR - CECRI has conducted special training programmes in the areas of corrosion science & engineering, electrometallurgy, instrumentation facilities, industrial metal finishing, and electroplating metal finishing technology at their site / CSIR - CECRI. Some of the beneficiaries are M/s. Cairn Energy India Pty. Ltd., Gurgaon, Indian Oil Corporation, Mumbai-51, Bharat Electronics Ltd., Bangalore-13, Naval Aircraft Yard, Kochi, HAL, Bangalore-93, Cooksen India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore-22, TVS Motor Company Ltd., Hosur-635 109, Bank Note Press, Dewas- 455 001, NTPC Ltd., Ramagundam etc.,

Industries / companies who require training programmes specially to cover topic of their exclusive interest, CSIR - CECRI can design tailor-made programmes.

Location: These courses will be conducted either at CSIR - CECRI or at the premises of such needy customers, the choice of venue being governed by the type of course to be conducted.

Course content: The course contents for such tailor-made programmes are finalized after mutual discussion.

Course fee: The course fee would depend upon the duration, the number of faculty members to be deputed the location.

For further details, please write to:

Director

CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute

Karaikudi – 630 006, Tamil Nadu.

Phone : 04565 – 241470 & 241471

Fax : 04565 – 227651,227713,227779

Website :

E-mail : st@

CSIR - CENTRAL ELECTROCHEMICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE

KARAIKUDI – 630 006

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Places to visit

(Approximate distance from Karaikudi)

Kundrakudi - 8 km

Pillaiyarpatti - 10 km

Madurai - 85 km

Thanjavur - 100 km

Tiruchirappalli/ Srirangam - 100 km

Rameswaram - 180 km

Kodaikanal - 180 km

Nagore - 200 km

Velanganni - 210 km

Thirunallar - 225 km

Kanyakumari - 310 km

Thiruvananthapuram - 350 km

Ooty - 380 km



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