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Multimedia Review of the APCNDT 2013
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Receiving best paper award at APCNDT 13

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Mr. P.Vijayaraghavan receiving the award from Professor. Krishnan Balasubramanian, HOD of Mechanical Engineering & CNDE, IIT Chennai.

14th Asia-Pacific Conference on Nondestructive testing (APCNDT 2013), took place in Hotel Renaissance convention centre, Mumbai, during November 18-22, 2013. More than 800 delegates attended this Conference, which is the largest registration in the history of Asia Pacific Conferences.

The paper , “Life Extension of Helicopter Composite structures by Computed Tomography (CT), by G.Ramesh babu. P.Vijayaraghavan. B.N. Srinivasa Reddy of Composite Manufacturing Division Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bangalore complex was presented by Mr. P.Vijayaraghavan . The paper was awarded I prize in the oral presentation Category.

    
 
 

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