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Theory, Operation, and Applications

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Theory, Operation, and Applications of Transducers & Actuators

Sreyas Institute of Engineering & Technology, Hyderabad hosted a Five-days Workshop on “Theory, Operation, and Applications of Transducers & Actuators in Industry” for Sreyas faculty members and Lab technicians of Mechanical 5& ECE departments from 30 th December 2019 to 03 rd January 2020 in association with National Institute Of Technical Teachers’ Training & Research, Kolkata.

The workshop was inaugurated with the opening speech from Prof. Dr. Subrata Chattopadhyay, Program Co-ordinator (In-charge of NITTTR Kolkata Extension Centre) by welcoming all dignitaries and delegates followed by a keynote address. He explained various types of Transducers & Actuators used in Industry, Actuators in-process Control Systems, the concept of Intrinsic safety instruments to all the participants across India using the VidyoDesktop Mechanism.

Across India, a total of 200 participants participated in this workshop. At our remote center (Sreyas Institute of Engineering & Technology) 21 faculty members and interested Research Scholars were participated in the workshop and learned about various measuring transducers used in process industries. Our principal, Dr. SureshAkella and Vice Chairman Mr. A. Hriday Reddy have appreciated all the participants for their successful completion of the workshop.


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