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iNVH seminar a major initiative by ICAT

15/04/2011 | Author: Autoguide | 0 Comments Back To Home   < Previous News   |   Next news >

Dignitaries attending the seminar

THE International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT), Manesar, which is a division of NATRIP, organised a two-day workshop on hybrid and electrical vehicle technology and later a seminar on Noise, Vibration & Harshness (NVH) at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi. Mr B.S. Meena, Secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises, inaugurated the seminar. Mr Vikram Gulati Director (Auto) DHI and Mr Dinesh Tyagi, Director of ICAT, were present at the inaugural ceremony. ICAT provides state-of-the-art facilities for R&D, Testing and Validation, Technical Information Dissemination and Consultancies to meet the growing requirement of the resurgent automotives. The iNAV seminar was attended by more than 100 experts from around the world – representing car manufacturers, suppliers, solution providers, government agencies, and testing agencies and academia -attended the event which has been christened iNVH. Participants exchanged views and discussed the wide spectrum of research and development activities, industry practices, testing methodologies, regulatory and commercial aspects etc. iNVH is a major initiative taken by ICAT towards its goal of becoming a Centre of Excellence (CoE) institution in Automotive NVH. iNVH had keynote Speakers from various leading International Scientific & Research Organizations, Testing Laboratories and OEMs who had shared their knowledge on various issues critical to Automotive NVH such as Source, Path & Receiver Analysis, Exterior Noise, NVH of Engine/Powertrain/Drive train, Passive & Active NVH Control, Sound Quality, NVH Measurement and many others. Demonstrations were also presented to showcase capabilities related to measurement, problem solving and other strategies related to automotive NVH. iNVH also hosted a panel discussion for formulating a ‘Challenges & Technological Solutions in Automotive NVH’. The session turned out to be an excellent platform for the participants to interact and discuss the basics of NVH technology, problem solving strategies, and real life case histories presenting on NVH to give them a global perspective on trends in the area of NVH. With iNVH, ICAT is altogether starting a new series of events that will give us an outlook to the Automotive NVH field which is a very naïve subject in India right now.

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