8 Centres of Excellence (CoEs) established in Phase -I of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector

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8 Centres of Excellence (CoEs) established in Phase -I of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector

Ministry of Heavy Industries 8 Centres of Excellence (CoEs) established in Phase -I of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Ind

Ministry of Heavy Industries

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8 Centres of Excellence (CoEs) established in Phase -I of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector

2 Centres of Excellence (CoEs) sanctioned in Phase -II of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector

Posted On: 22 JUL 2022 5:09PM by PIB Delhi

Under the Phase-I of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector, eight Centres of Excellence (CoEs) have been established.

Under the Phase -II of the Scheme for Enhancement of Competitiveness in the Indian Capital Goods Sector, two Centres of Excellence (CoEs) have been sanctioned so far.

The state wise list of CoEs established / being established along with funds release status is placed at Annexure A.

There has been no delay in release of funds by Ministry of Heavy Industries.

ANNEXURE A

(Rs in crores)

State

Name of CoE

Technology Developed

Total Project Cost/ MHI contribution

Funds released by MHI year wise

2019-20

2020-21

2021-22

Delhi

1. Centre of Excellence(CoE) at Indian Institute of Technology- Delhi

Design and development of robot for sliver can transfer from one machine to designated machine

4.6433

/ 3.7146

NIL

NIL

NIL

Jharkhand

2. Centre of Excellence (CoE) at HEC Ranchi

Development of 5

Cubic Meter Hydraulic Excavator – HEX 400

6.60/ 5.28

NIL

NIL

NIL

Karnataka

3. Centre of Excellence(CoE) at Central Manuf-acturing Technology Institute (CMTI), Bengaluru

Development of shuttle less rapiers looms of 450 RPM and 550 RPM

20.00/ 16.00

NIL

5.00

NIL

4. Centre of Excellence (CoE) at IISc Bengaluru

Development of additive manufacturing machines based on electron beam/plasma/laser technologies

10.40/ 8.40

2.95

NIL

NIL

5. Augmentation of Centre of Excellence at IISc, Bengaluru

This project has been sanctioned under Phase 2 of the Scheme in the FY 2022-23.

The funds are yet to be released under this project.

30/24

NA

NA

NA

Tamil Nadu

6. Centre of Excellence(CoE) at Indian Institute of Technology- Madras for development of 11 advanced technologies for Machine Tools and Production Technology

i. Development of 5-axis Multi-tasking Machine;

ii. Development of 5-axis Universal Machining Center;

iii. Development of Orbital Motion Mechanism for Abrasive Cutting;

iv. Development of Direct Drive Abrasive Cutting Machine;

v. Development of Automated Multi-station Grinding Polishing Machine;

vi. Development of 5 kW axis drives and 25 kW spindle drives for machine tool applications;

vii. Development of Hydrostatic Systems (Guideways and Spindles) for Machine Tools;

viii. Automation of Grinding Process Intelligence;

ix. Thermal Compensation Strategy in CNC lathes;

x. Development of Low Cost Machine Tending Robot; and

xi.. Development of Ultra Precision Micromachining Center

49.01/ 39.07

6.92284

0.20

NIL

7. Centre of Excellence (CoE) at PSG College of Technology for

development of three Welding technologies

i. Automated Welding Systems for Specific Industrial Application;

ii. Intelligent Welding Power Supply System with waveform shaping Techniques;

iii. Alloy design for Welding Simulation & Analysis for Development of New Welding Electrodes & Filler Metals.

26.70/ 21.10

NIL

NIL

NIL

8. Centre of Excellence (CoE) at Coimbatore by Sitarc

Smart Submersible (6 inch) Pumping Solutions for Industrial and Water Supply Applications

8.41/ 6.728

NIL

NIL

NIL

9. Augmentation of Existing Centre of Excellence by AMTDC, IIT Madras

This project has been sanctioned under Phase 2 of the Scheme in the FY 2022-23.

The funds are yet to be released under this project.

33.2786/ 26.623

NA

NA

NA

West Bengal

10. Centre of Excellence (CoE) at Indian Institute of Technology- Kharagpur for Advanced Manufacturing

i) Non-metallic Inclusions (NMI) and its control, new steel products through energy efficient EAF;

ii) Multi- sensor integrated robotic system for hazardous jobs in manufacturing industry;

iii) Exploring solutions for various technological challenges in metal additive manufacturing technology and sharing the relevant know how with the Indian heavy engineering industries;

iv) (a) Selection of raw materials for additive manufacturing applications in relation to the design requirements ;

(b) Life cycle analysis of additive manufacturing process for different materials;

v) Remote monitoring and real time control of defects in friction stir welding process and preventive health monitoring of friction stir welding machine; and

vi) Digital manufacturing and industrial internet of things for enhanced supply chain co- ordination, quality and maintenance.

52.78/ 37.692

16.9708

3.85

NIL

This information was given by the Minister of State for Heavy Industries Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today.

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