CSIR-CRRI News

Gemini Power Hydraulics Pvt. Ltd., Maharashtra, 10th Apr, 2015 Technology Transfer for SETUCARE

The Mobile Inspection Unit (MBIU) is an electro – mechanical device mounted on a truck which provides access to hidden parts of bridges or similar infrastructures for their proper inspection.

New Process Technology Developed for Harder Grade Bitumen VG-40

IS:73-2013 specified four grades of bitumen such as VG-10, VG-20, VG-30 and VG-40. Indian refineries are producing only two grades of paving bitumen such as VG-10 and VG-30, which are not adequate for entire prevailing climate and traffic conditions of India. IRC:111-2009 recommend VG-40 bitumen, if commercial vehicles exceed 2000 per lane per day.  Recently Indian Road Congress Standard (IRC:37-2002) focus for use of harder grade bitumen for high modulus mixes and better performance.

Intellectual Property Filed (2015)

 

IP Filed

 
  • International Patent Filed with United State (US) on W Design For Box Insertion Through Highly Unstable Cohesionless Soil By Stabilisation Of Vertical Cut Slopes on 16th January, 2015.
  •  International Patent Filed with Sri Lanka (LK) on W Design For Box Insertion Through Highly Unstable Cohesionless Soil By Stabilisation Of Vertical Cut Slopes on 19th January, 2015.

MoU between CSIR-CRRI and Highways Research Station (HRS) wing under Tamilnadu State Highways Department, Chennai

CSIR-CRRI has entered into a MoU with Highways Research Station (HRS) wing under Tamilnadu State Highways Department, Chennai.Dr. S. Gangopadhyay, Director, CSIR-CRRI and Er. G. Sivakumar, Director, Highways Research Station signed the MoU on March 17th, 2015, in the august presence of Thiru. Rajeev Ranjan, Principal Secretary to Govt., H&MP Department at Highways Research Station, Chennai.

Technology Transfer Event for PATCHFILL and SETUCARE (MBIU), 5th December, 2014, CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi

Technology Management and Business Development Department (TMBD) of CRRI has taken an initiative to transfer technologies for SETUCARE (total no. of Companies is two) and for PATCHFILL (total no. of companies is four) developed at our institute viz: Mobile Bridge Inspection Unit (MBIU) and PATCHFILL.

MoU between CSIR-CRRI and IDAC – The Training and Assessment Institute (A Unit of P C Training Institute Limited), New Delhi on November 20th, 2014.

CSIR-CRRI has entered into a MoU with IDAC – The Training and Assessment Institute (A Unit of P C Training Institute Limited), New Delhi.Dr. S. Gangopadhyay, Director, CSIR-CRRI and Sh. Anil Agarwal, Director & CEO, IDAC signed the MoU on November 20th, 2014 at CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi.CRRI and IDAC agrees to utilize each other’s strength for offering their services jointly for projects related to research and driver diagnostic training for safe and smooth management of Road Traffic.

CSIR-CRRI has signed a MoU with Centre for Transportation Research, Department of Civil Engineering, NIT, Calicut on November 18, 2014

CSIR-CRRI has entered into a MoU with Centre for Transportation Research, Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Calicut. Dr. S. Gangopadhyay, Director, CSIR-CRRI and Prof. Swapan Bhattacharya, Director, NIT, Calicut signed the MoU on November 18, 2014 at CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi.

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