Numerical and Experimental Studies on Ship Turbulent Wakes for Stealth Signature
The project proposal titled “Numerical and Experimental Studies on Ship Turbulent Wakes for Stealth Signature” submitted by IMU received support and sponsorship from the Naval Research Board, DRDO. The duration of the project is 3 years.
The project will be investigated and co-investigated by Dr. Sheeja Janardhanan, Associate Professor and Head and Shri Avinash Godey, Assistant Professor respectively at the School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, IMU Visakhapatnam Campus, in collaboration with the Naval Science and Technology Laboratory, DRDO, Visakhapatnam.
This project is believed to be a major milestone for IMU in its pursuit of building state-of-the-art capabilities in ship hydrodynamics and design as well as in contributing towards the defence research and development.
Reconnaissance Survey in the sea off the coast of Sangam Age, Korkai Port
Tamilnadu State Department of Archaeology commenced a Reconnaissance Survey in the sea off the coast of Sangam Age, Korkai Port, in collaboration with Indian Maritime University (IMU) and the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) from 03.09.22 to identify and assess the archaeological potentiality of Korkai.
The survey was inaugurated by the Hon'ble TN State Minister Mr. Thangam Thennarasu. Prof. Dr. K.M.Sivakholundu, Dean(NAOE & CTR), IMU is part of this survey project on behalf of IMU.
Developing an Autonomous Survey Craft for Inland Waterways Authority of India
IMU received a Project to develop and Autonomous Survey Craft for Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI), Noida as a part of the MoU between IMU and IWAI. Value of the project is Rs.21.94 lakhs.