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8TH National Conference on Wind Engineering


DECEMBER 16-17,2016


INTRODUCTION

Wind Engineering deals with effects of wind in the natural and the built environment and studies the possible damage, inconvenience or benefits which may result from wind. In the field of structural engineering, it includes strong winds, which may cause discomfort as well as extreme winds such as tornado, hurricane or heavy storm, which may cause widespread destruction. In the fields of wind energy and air pollution, it also includes low and moderate winds as these are relevant to electricity production and dispersion of contaminants Wind Engineering draws upon meteorology, fluid dynamics, mechanics, geographic information system and number of specialised engineering disciplines including aerodynamics and structural dynamics. The tools used are atmospheric models, atmospheric boundary layer wind tunnels and computational fluid dynamics models. Towards sustainable habitat, wind engineering involves among other topics

  • Wind impact on structures (building,bridges,towers)
  • Wind comfort within and around buildings
  • Effect of windon the ventilation sysytem
  • Wind climatology for wind engineering
  • Air pollution buildings

Wind Engineering may be considered by engineering/researchers to have common frontiers with earthquake engineering and explosion protection

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The conference is intended for Academicians (from Universities, Institutes), Designers, Engineers, Consultants, Researchers & Members of professional bodies. IIT (BHU) is organizing this conference jointly with ISWE.

ABOUT THE ISWE

The Indian Society for Wind Engineering (ISWE) was established in 1993 and at present its total membership is 537.The main activities of ISWE and organization of National Conference on Wind Engineering(once in two years) and publishing a bi-annual Journal on Wind Enginering. The details about the society and its activities can be obtained from the website http://www.iswe.co.in

IMPORTANT DATES

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Last date of Submission Abstract :15 October,2016

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Notification of Acceptation Date of the Abstract :31 October,2016

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Submission of Camera Ready Paper :15 November,2016


Note: Selected papers from the Conference Proceedings will be published in the Journal of Wind Engineering after review and modifications if required.


Download Sample Paper Form

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • Prof. Somnath Ghosh

    Dr. Abhay Gupta

    Dr. Achal Mittal

    Dr. S. Arunachalam

    Prof. Prem Krishna

    Prof. Mahesh Chandra Tandon

    Dr. S Gomathinayagam

    Prof. Ajay Gairola

    Prof. Arindam Gan Chowdhury

    Prof. Yang Qingshan

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CATEGORY Indian Delegates (Brfore 19th Nov) Foreign delegates (Before 19th Nov) Indian Delegates (After 19th Nov) Foreign delegates (After 19th Nov)
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Patron

  • Prof. Rajeev Sangal
  • Director IIT (BHU), Varanasi

Advisory Committee

  • Dr. Swati Basu, Scientific Secretary, Govt. of India
  • Prof. Prem Krishna VP INAE & Chairman RC, CSIR-CBRI, Roorkee
  • Prof. S. K. Bhattacharya Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur
  • Dr. Nagesh R. lyer Former Director, CSIR-SERC, Chennai
  • Prof. Mahesh Tandon President ISWE & President, IAStructE
  • Prof. P. K. Pande Former Director & Advisor, BISR, Nainital
  • Dr. S.K. Agarwal ED, BMTPC, New Delhi
  • Dr. S. Arunachalam Director, JUET-Wind Engineering & Application Center, Guna
  • Prof. T. K. Datta Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
  • Prof. B. Bhattacharjee Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
  • Prof. V. K. Gupta Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
  • Prof. Ajay Gairola Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
  • Ms. Jaya Singh Scientist, NCMRWF, Ministry of Earth Sciences, Govt. of India
  • Dr. Abhay Gupta Director, Skeleton Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Delhi
  • Dr. Kamal Poddar National Wind Tunnel Facility, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
  • Dr. 0. P. Jaiswal Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
  • Dr. (Mrs) Lakshmi Parmeswaran CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi
  • Prof. P D. Porey Former President, Indian Society of Wind Engineering, Roorkee
  • Prof. C. S. P Ojha Professor & Head, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
  • Prof. P Bhargava Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee
  • Prof. Somnath Ghosh Jadavpur University, Kolkata
  • Dr. Achal Mittal Scientist, CSIR-CBRI, Roorkee
  • Prof. Debojyoti Mitra Sharda University, Noida, UP
  • Prof. S. K. Aganvala Former Professor, IIT, Roorkee



Organizing Committee

    • Prof. Veerendra Kumar Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Prof. Devendra Mohan Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Prof. Prabhat Kumar Singh Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Prof. P.K.S. Dikshit Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. S.B. Dwivedi Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Arun Prasad Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Krishna Kant PathakProfessor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. K.K. Pandey Associate Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Brind Kumar Associate Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Medha Jha Associate Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. S. K. Gupta Associate Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Anurag Ohri Associate Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Bala Ramudu Paramkusam Associate Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Kesheo Prasad Assistant Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Sri Suresh Kumar Assistant Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. Ankit Gupta Assistant Professor IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. janardan Singh Senior Research Officer IIT (BHU)
    • Dr. B.N. Singh Senior Research Officer IIT (BHU)
    • Prof. Damodar Maity FIE Professor IIT Kharagpur
    • Dr. Vasant MatsagarIIT Delhi
    • Prof. Naveen Kwatra TIET Thapar University Patiala
    • Dr. Amiya Kumar Samanta NIT Durgapur West Bengal
    • Prof. Aparna (Dey) Ghosh EST Shibpur West Bengal
    • Dr. Dwarikanath Ratha TIET Thapar University Patiala

Communication

REGISTRATION FEE

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CATEGORY Indian Delegates (Brfore 19th Nov) Foreign delegates (Before 19th Nov) Indian Delegates (After 19th Nov) Foreign delegates (After 19th Nov)
Professional ₹5000$150 ₹6000 $200
ISWE Members ₹4000$100 ₹5000 $150
Student/ Accompanying Member ₹2000$50 ₹3000 $75

Registration payment details

  • Payment mode: DD / Account

  • DD drawn in favor of NCWE 2016, Payable at SBI ,IIT-BHU Varanasi, India

  • Account cash Deposite :SBI IT-BHU 11445 A/C No. 35888174749

  • Last date for the Early Bird registration: 19th November 2016


  • Download offline Registration form


  • CONFERENCE SECRETARIATE

      • Prof. Sasankasekhar Mandal
      • Convenor
      • Department of Civil Engineering IIT(BHU)
      • Tel.+915426702659 M.9415256211
      • E-mail: smandal.civ@iitbhu.ac.in
      • Prof. Rajesh Kumar
      • Organizing Secretary
      • Department of Civil Engineering IIT(BHU)
      • M.+919453788219
      • E-mail: rkumar.civ@iitbhu.ac.in
      • Dr. P.R. Maiti
      • Organizing Secretary
      • Department of Civil Engineering IIT(BHU)
      • M.+919956949290
      • E-mail: prmaiti.civ@iitbhu.ac.in
      • Dr. Arnab Sarkar
      • Organizing Secretary
      • Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT(BHU)
      • M.+918953829592
      • E-mail: arnab.mec@iitbhu.ac.in

    CONFERENCE THEME

    The Natural Conference on Wind Engineering (NCWE) is the forum to present new knowledge of Wind Engineering and Wind Energy and to exchange experiences. Scientists, Academicians, Technologist, Architects and Engineers from within the country and abroad are expected to meet too tackle new challenges regarding sustainability and wind climate

    Important themes for the conference include

    • Safety of Structures against wind loading
    • Wind Tunnel Testing
    • Wind Power and Energy
    • IS Codes and International Standards
    • Wind Climate Assessment
    • Effect of Wind Storm on Tall Building and Towers
    • Wind Engineering for Bridges
    • CFD Studies/ Computational wind Engineering
    • Instrumentation and Control
    • Case Studies


    TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATION

    Varanasi is well connected to rest of country through Air, Rail and Road. The city can be easily reached from Lal Bahadur Shasti Airport (about 30km).Limited accomodation in IIT (BHU) Guest House may be arranged. However a good number of hotels are available near University premises. You can book these hotels.

  • Hotel Temple on Ganges
  • Address: Assi Ghat, Varanasi(U.P.) India- 220115
  • Ph:+91-9415992044,2368640,2368703
  • E-mail: hotel_temple@hotmail.com
  • Visit us : www.hoteltemple.com
  • ABOUT THE IIT(BHU), VARANASI

    Indian Institute of Technology, Varanasi is a government engineering institution located in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Founded in 1919 as the Banaras Engineering College, it became the Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University in 1968. IT BHU came into existence in 2012 as an Ili to produce high quality professionals to cater the needs of newly independent India. The institute was granted full autonomy and status of a UT by the MHRD. The Institute offers academic programs at undergraduate, post graduate and doctorate levels at various disciplines. Since its inception, the institute has grown in size and activities with its alumni excelled within the industry, academics and administration both in India and abroad.


    ABOUT DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL

    ENGINEERING

    India has entered into a major infrastructural expansion requiring Civil Engineers to play an important role in national building - the second time around after India's Independence in 1947. So, the Department has set its goals for a new era with a technology product -oriented, professional focus, and embarked on undertaking changes towards meeting the needs for the nation. Updating curriculum of academic programs facilities of laboratories (including computer lab with new updated software), including younger students in projects are three important changes that are underway. This crucial effort of the Department of Civil Engineering is steered by its active faculty members.The Department of Civil Engineering with its multifaceted faculty continues to maintain and cultivate its strong links with the infrastructural industry and academic and research institutions both within and outside the country. The Department strives for excellence with the mission to offer world -class undergraduate and post -graduate education, research guidance, professional consultancy and manpowertraining as well as leadership in Civil Engineering.