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HydroVision Brasil 2013 Session Details Track & Session: Small and Medium Hydro Energy Track: 2C:

Ideas in Action! Success Stories at Small- and Medium-Sized Hydro Projects throughout the World Date: 24/9/2013 Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Room: 12 Session Chair: Selmo Kuperman, Director, Desek LT, Brazil Session Co-Chair: Vincente Albiach Esteve, Head of Small Hydro Business, Latin America, Voith Hydro, Brazil Session Description: Participate in this session to gather ideas and proven practices for better design, operations and maintenance at small- and medium-sized hydro projects. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ____________ 1. Mid Stream Diversion Arrangement in Dikchu River for DikChu HEP (96 MW) - A Case Study Speaker: Parveen Mittar Nanda, Sneha Kinetics Pvt Ltd., India Phone: 9.19593E+11 Email: Bio: Civil Engr by profession, BE from MNREC Allahabd, M Tech in Soil Mech & Foundation engg from REC Kurukshetra. Having 26 years of experience in hydro power i.e. 11 years in planning and designs and 15 years in implementation of projects. worked in Govt and private sector both, in Govt Sector for 17 years and in private sector for 9 years. Associated with all aspects of hydro power starting fron investigation and planning to implementation including the clearances/permits and local issues. worked in various capacities right from hands on to the head of projects. Associated with Nathpa Jhakri 1500 MW, Larji 126 MW, Ghanvi 22.5 MW, Sorang 100 MW, Lambadug 25 MW, Palchan Bhang 9 MW, Dikchu 96 MW, Rahe Chu 25 MW. Co-author: Vijay Kumar Atluri, Greenko Energies pvt. ltd. Greenko Group, India

2. Performance Analysis of Elbow Draft Tube of Reaction Turbine under Unsteady Flow Conditions Speaker: Vishnu Prasad, M.A. National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, India Phone: 9.17554E+11 Email: Bio: Working as Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering. Co-author(s): Upendra Rajak, MANIT, Bhopal, India, India

Ruchi Khare, M.A. National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, India 3. Electromechanical Optimizations and Studies for the Expansion of Coaracy Nunes Hydro Power Plant Speaker: Carmo Goncalves, Eletrobras Eletronorte, Brazil Phone: 55-61-34295363 Email: Bio: Hydro Power Plant Electromechanical Design Manager Co-author (s): Rogerio Gonalves, Eletronorte, Brazil Cid Antunes Horta, Eletronorte, Brazil Carlos Eduardo Oliveira, Eletronorte, Brazil Luiz Fernando Rufato, Eletronorte, Brazil

4. Rotating Exciter Equipped with Thyristors Offers Fast Regulation Characteristics and a Carbon Dust Free Operation Speaker: Hannes Wilhelmsson, VG Power AB, Sweden Phone: 4621382580 Email: Bio: The Author Hannes Wilhelmsson graduated in Electrical Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden and was employed at the QA department for hydro generators at ABB in 1988. During the employment at ABB he was responsible for Testing and commissioning department of generators and involved in commissioning and troubleshooting of excitation systems and generators both in Sweden and world wide. He is currently working as Senior Specialist for VG Power AB (a Voith Hydro company) in Sweden. Co-author(s): Andre Alves Cunha, Voith Hydro Ltda, Brazil Leandro Oliveira Silva, Voith Hydro Ltda, Brazil Masato Yano, Voith Hydro Ltda., Brazil ALTERNATE: Design and Development of an Advanced Composite Pelton Wheel for Pico Hydro Power Plant Speaker: A K M Khabirul Islam, Military Institute of Science & Technology (MIST), Bangladesh Phone: 8.80191E+12 Email: Bio: Served as an Instructor and course teacher for the Undergraduate students of Mechanical Engineering Department in a Military Engineering Educational Institute called Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) for two years. Prior to join this organization served as a Deputy General Manager in a Machine Tools Industry of Bangladesh for about 03 years.From October 2005 to October 2006 served as a United Nations Military

observer/Staff in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where I had a unique opportunity to study about Africa's potential small/micro/pico Hydropower plants.From 2000 to 2002 I was in Hill tracks of my country and got the opportunity to study about our potential resources in terms of micro/pico hydro power in the hilly areas.