About the Course
Ambient air pollution is a serious issue in India, particularly in North India. Several gaseous and particulate pollutants are emitted in to the atmosphere from stationary and non-stationary sources. Stationary sources include coal fired power plants, petroleum refineries, lime kilns, metal smelters, and cement kilns. Generally, the emission control technologies will be based on the principles of absorption, adsorption, thermal and catalytic incineration.
This course will introduce the attendees to the basic principles of control technologies for key pollutants of concern which include gaseous criteria pollutants, hazardous organic compounds, and particulate matter. The course will also include two field trips to the local industries to provide students the opportunity to observe the emission control technologies utilized.
• Over view of air pollution control technologies.
• Methods for controlling NOx emissions.
• Over view of particulate matter control techniques.
• Over view of VOC control technologies.
This course is intended to provide graduate students, teachers, researchers, executives,
engineers and researchers from manufacturing, service and government, organizations including NGOs and R&D laboratories. Students at all levels (BTech/MSc/MTech/PhD) or Faculty from reputed academic institutions and technical institutions are invited to attend.
For the participation in the course, registration with GIAN is mandatory. Registration to the portal is one-time affair and will be valid for the lifetime of GIAN. Once registered in the portal, an applicant will be able to apply for any number of GIAN courses as and when
necessary. One-time Non-refundable fee of Rs. 500/- is to be charged for this service. For
registration, go to this website.
The participation fees for taking the course is as follows:
Participants from abroad : US $500
Industry/ Research Organizations: Rs. 5000/-
Academic Institutions : Rs. 3000/-
Full time Students : Rs. 1000/-
Full time SC/ST students : Rs. 500/-
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