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  1. ICUFA - 2013 “Fly Ash Management & Utilization: Indian Scenario”byDr. Vimal KumarScientist ‘G’ & Head, Fly Ash Unit, DST, G.O.I.& Honorary AdviserCentre for Fly Ash Research & Management(C-FARM)New Delhi

  2. FLY ASH MISSION A Collaborative Activity of : Ministry of Power (MoP) Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) Deptt. Of Science & Technology (DST ) Nodal Agency : Department of Science & Technology (DST) Duration : 1994 to 2001 The activities are now being implemented by Fly Ash Unit (FAU), DST

  3. FLY ASH MISSION Objective: Confidence building in flyash disposal / gainful utilization technologies Through : Technology Demonstration Projects with participation of industry. Partners : Industry, Power utilities, R&D organisations, User agencies, Academia & Facilitating/ Regulating Ministries/ Departments/ Agencies etc.

  4. FLY ASH UNIT Objective: Focus is being continued on: • Development of new / incremental technologies • Adaptation/large scale application of technologies • Preparation & updation of standards / specifications • Support & facilitation to other Government Ministries / Department

  5. FLY ASH UNIT Current New Initiatives • Use of fly ash in concrete for critical structures such as building and foundation for rolling mills, turbo-generators in power plants, chimneys and cooling towers etc. • Construction of railway embankments with fly ash. • Induction of fly ash in academic curriculum. • Preparation of Base Line Documents for each area of fly ash utilization and management to work as road map for future activities and to aid the policy and strategy planning.

  6. Indian Scenario Fly Ash Generation and Utilization…... PROJECTIONS…... FLY ASH SCENARIO 1994 • FA Generation --- 40 Million Tonne • FA Utilisation --- 1 Million Tonne 2008 • FA Generation --- 160 Million Tonne • FA Utilisation --- 80 Million Tonne 2011-2012 • FA Generation --- 220 Million Tonne • FA Utilisation --- 110 Million Tonne 2031-2032 • FA Generation --- 1000 Million Tonne

  7. UTILIZATION AREAS – 2012

  8. TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED UTILISATION • Roads & Embankments • Building Components • Hydraulic Structures • Agriculture Related Studies & Applications • Minefills SAFE MANAGEMENT • Ash Pond Management • Reclamation of Abandoned Ash Ponds FACILITATION • Characterization of Fly Ash • Handling and Transportation • Research & Development

  9. Building at Calcutta

  10. FLYASH IN BUILDINGS BUILDINGCOMPONENTS In roofing at Chennai At HITEC City, Chennai

  11. Approach Road Embankment, Nizamuddin

  12. Approach Road Embankment in Flood Zone, Nizamuddin

  13. Rural Road at Raichur

  14. Increased seed yield of sunflower with flyash at 60 t/ha, at Raichur, Karnataka

  15. Saline soil reclamation using fly ash

  16. Handling and Transportation Dry fly ash availability • Handling and transportation • Segregated collection of dry fly ash • Bagging of dry fly ash • Capability building • dense phase conveying of flyash slurry and • separate handling of flyash and bottom ash Dadri thermal power station project

  17. Safe Management ash pond Use of abandoned ash pond Human habitat on NFL Panipat ash pond Forestry at Badarpur thermal power plant ash pond

  18. Safe Management of Ponds • Dkye design, construction & maintenance Dyke constructed with flyash at Korba thermal power station, Madhya Pradesh • Densification of ash ponds for • Seismic stability • Increasing the load bearing capacity Vibroflotation column technology at Vijaywada Blasting technique at Mettur thermal power plant

  19. Value Added Products

  20. Wood Substitute

  21. Fly Ash Based Partitioning Material

  22. Fly Ash Based Paints & Enamels

  23. FLY ASH UTILIZATION & SAFE MANAGEMENT POLICY AND STRATEGY

  24. POLICY AND STRATEGY • Identification of laboratory scale work which can be scaled up • Niche application areas • Field demonstration, scale-up and hands on training • Collaborative mode for transfer of technology: setting up of initial few projects • Standards, specification and guidelines • Statutory notifications and fiscal incentives • Dissemination and sharing of information and expertise

  25. CONFIDENCE BUILDING IN FA TECHNOLOGIES • Technology Demonstration Projects • Participation of Stake-holder Agencies • Dissemination of Information • Multiplier Effects

  26. CAPABILITY BUILDING • Workshops / Seminars • Training programmes • Experience Sharing Meets

  27. FACILITATION • Networking of Laboratories & Experts • Consultancy Services • Creating Awareness • Policy Initiatives

  28. SPREAD OF TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS FLYASH MISSION,TIFAC PROJECT SITES PANIPAT ROPAR DELHI RIHANDNAGAR BHATINDA ALLAHABAD FARAKKA JAIPUR BHOPAL BAKRESHWAR SARNI KHARAGPUR CHANDRAPUR MUMBAI ANGUL CUTTACK NASIK VIJAYAWADA KOTHAGUDAM RAICHUR METTUR CHENNAI CHIDAMBARAM

  29. FLYASH MISSION, INSTITUTIONAL LINKAGES • Patiala • Ludhiana • Roorkee • Delhi • Kanpur • Bhopal • Calcutta • Ahmedabad • Kharagpur • Vadodara • Jamshedpur • Mumbai • Hyderabad • Bhubaneshwar • Raichur • Bangalore • Chennai • Thiruvananthapuram • Chidambaram • Dhanbad

  30. SUSTAINABLE USE OF FLY ASH • Update of Existing Standards / Specification • Standards/ Specifications for new utilisation areas • Develop Code of Practice • Supply Chain Management • Technology Transfer and Facilitation Mechanisms • Government Facilitation / Support

  31. INDICATIVE LIST OF POLICY MEASURES • MOEF Notifications ( 14th Sept. 1999, 27th Aug. 2003 & 3rd Nov, 2009) • Design guidelines for use of flyash in road embankments brought out by IRC ( IRC SP 58 : 2001 ) • Use of fly ash for construction of rural roads has been approved and guidelines issued by IRC (IRC SP 20 : 2003 ) • Revision of IS 3812 – the code for specifications of PFA for its use in Cement/ mortar/ concrete (part 1) & as fine aggregate (part 2) - approved & under print. Contd……..

  32. INDICATIVE LIST OF POLICY MEASURES Contd…….. • Specifications for other FA applications viz (i) lime pozzolana mixture applications, (ii) sintered applications, (iii) geotechnical and (iv) agricultural application are under preparation. • Updation of IS:456 – code of practice for plain andreinforced concrete has been updated with use of flyash. • Minimum and maximum percentages of flyash in PPC have been increased to 15% and 35% respectively etc. • Fly ash bricks standard ( IS 12894 ) has been updated.

  33. STATE LEVEL MISSIONS / INITIATIVES • High Level Empowered Group – Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Delhi, Punjab, etc. • Fly Ash Mission – Kota, Rajasthan • Fly Ash Mission – Nagpur, Maharashtra • Fly Ash Mission - Odisha

  34. FLY ASH UNIT, DST • MoU Signing Ceremony with Russia 16th December, 2011 at The Kremlin, RussiaContd…

  35. FLY ASH UNIT, DST • MoU Signing Ceremony with Russia contd… The Protocol of Intentions between the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and the Interregional Association "Siberian Accord" Siberian Federal District, Russian Federation on fly ash utilization and safe management is for implementation of the mechanism similar to “Fly Ash Mission – India” in the Siberian Federal District, to facilitate development and application of technologies for utilization and safe management of fly ash, including import of technologies from India.

  36. CENTRE FOR FLY ASH RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT (C-FARM)

  37. C-FARM FORMATION OF C-FARM C-FARM was established during June, 2007 to promote and undertake R&D for in-depth understanding and value addition to fly ash utilization as well as safe management and to develop technology delivery mechanisms, inter-alia, facilitation of large scale adaptation of fly ash technologies and capacity building.

  38. C-FARM VISION Protect environment through fly ash utilization and management MISSION Capacity building for eco-friendly management, value addition and utilization of fly ash

  39. To promote and undertake R&D for in-depth understanding and value addition to fly ash utilization as well as safe management and to develop technology delivery mechanisms, inter-alia, facilitation of large scale adaptation of fly ash technologies and capacity building. C-FARM OBJECTIVE

  40. Shri K.N.Agrawal, Former DG,CPWD - Chairman Prof. V.S.Raju, Former Director, IIT- Delhi Prof. D.V.Singh, Former VC, University of Roorkee Shri Ajay K.Gupta, MD, M/s Macawber Beekay Shri S.J. Sibal, Former D.G., DGMS Shri G. Saran, Former D.G. (Roads)& Specl. Secretary, MoRTH Prof. S.P. Mehrotra, IIT-Gandhi Nagar& Former Director, NML, Jamshedpur Shri R.D. Gupta, Former Director, NTPC & Former Member, Electricity Regulatory Commission, U.P. Dr. A. K Chatterjee, Former Director, ACC Ltd. HONORARY ADVISER Dr. Vimal Kumar, Scientist ‘G’& Head, Fly Ash Unit, Department of Science & Technology, Ministry of Science & technology, Govt. of India Former Chairman : Shri C.P.Jain, Former CMD, NTPC C-FARM BOARD OF DIRECTORS

  41. C-FARM FUNCTIONS • To undertake, promote and facilitate research and development in the area of fly ash • To undertake, guide and facilitate scale-up and large scale adaptation of fly ash utilization and safe management technologies • To undertake and facilitate dissemination of information, training, technical forums and short term courses, etc. for capacity building • To develop wide network of technology delivery mechanisms • Strategic policy matters.

  42. C-FARM ACTIVITIES 1. TO PROVIDE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL GUIDANCE / SUPPORT FOR: • Economical & Eco-friendly technologies for fly ash management & utilization at Thermal Power Plants • Value addition to fly ash & its applications • Durable and economical construction and development of infrastructure projects through fly ash • Use of fly ash for higher agriculture yield and reclamation of wasteland • Use of fly ash in back filling of mines and stabilization as well as a forestation of OB dumps • Ecological solutions through fly ash: conservation of water, power, natural resources and emission of CO2 Contd….

  43. C-FARM Contd…. • TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT / SOURCING / LARGE SCALE APPLICATION • TECHNICAL COURSES / TRAINING PROGRAMMES • CAPACITY BUILDING IN TECHNOLOGY ADAPTATION • INFORMATION SERVICES • STRATEGY AND IMPLEMENTAION PLANS FOR FLY ASH UTILIZATION & MANAGEMENT

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