National Conference on Condition Monitoring of Engineering Systems & Structures(NCCM-2012) (NCCM-2012)

Venue: R&DE (E), Pune

Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India

Event Date/Time: Jun 15, 2012 End Date/Time: Jun 16, 2012
Registration Date: May 25, 2012
Early Registration Date: May 10, 2012
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 16, 2012
Paper Submission Date: Apr 20, 2012
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As a part of CMSI’s endeavor to highlight growing importance of condition monitoring, a two day National Conference on Condition Monitoring (NCCM-2012) is being organised in association with Research & Development Establishment (Engineers), Pune during 15 - 16, June 2012. A number of Condition Monitoring experts/practicing specialists from various organizations, institutes and industries are expected to participate in the conference.

The conference provides a platform for interaction on state of the art Condition Monitoring strategies being followed worldwide.It also provides an opportunity to deliberate on latest trends in the field of Condition Monitoring. The conference is intended to generate awareness and interest among students of engineering, the future torch bearers of the society.

The conference aims to discuss techniques and practices used for Condition Monitoring of Machines & Structural Health Monitoring. It would be highly beneficial for maintenance engineers of industries, R&D professionals and academicians.

Call for papers :

NCCM-2012 invites papers related to various disciplines on Condition Monitoring of Machines & Structural Health Monitoring for presentation at the conference and publication in the proceedings of the conference. The papers relevant to the topic with case studies are expected to benefit the participants most. Papers will be peer reviewed before accepting the final camera ready manuscripts.

The topics include following

Condition Monitoring of Machines:
• Maintenance management.
• Vibration monitoring
• IR Thermography.
• Motor current signature analysis
• Oil /wear debris analysis/Ferrography.
• Ultrasonic for condition monitoring.
• Online/real time condition monitoring systems.
• Expert systems/Neural network in Condition monitoring.
• Case studies

Structural Health Monitoring:
• Sensor & actuator development.
• Structural Health Monitoring methodologies.
• Damage identification algorithms.
• Modeling & simulation.
• System Integration.
It is requested to contribute the technical papers, attend the conference and reap the benefits from Condition Monitoring experts/ practicing specialists from various organizations, institutes and industries.

For further details please refer to the NCCM-2012 Brochure attached herewith and also visit our website


Research & Development Establishment (Engineers), DRDO, Ministry of Defence, Alandi Road, Dighi, PUNE - 411 015