The Institute’s ongoing projects are classified as follows.
|Title:||Mineralogical and geochemical characterization of Indian glauconites for alternative potassium fertilizers|
* Mineralogical and geochemical characterization of glauconite
* Sedimentalogical and stratigraphical influence
* Glauconites for use in fertilizer industry
|Sponsor:||Ministry of Mines|
|Duration:||03/2016 - 02/2019|
|Participants:||Dr. P .V. Sunder Raju, Mr. Md. Arif|
|Title:||Detailed Paleo environmental Modeling Study over Krishna- Godavari offshore Basin, Bay of Bengal using Well Log and Seismic Data|
* To construct fine scale lithological distribution from well log and seismic data using Bayesian neural networks and wavelet analysis.
* To determine and characterise petro-physical parameters for better understanding the depositional environment and formation of gas hydrate in KG basin.
* To find out the probable relation between the litho-stratigraphy and magneto-stratigraphy over Krishna-Godavari basin
|Duration:||02.08.2017 - 01.08.2019|
|Participants:||Dr. Amrita Singh.|
|Title:||Heliborne Geophysical surveys over parts of Singhbhum shear zone, parts of Chattisgarh, Kaladgi & Bhima basins|
|Objective:||To identify the favorable zones for Uranium Exploration|
|Duration:||01/2014 - 12/2016 Ext. 10/2018|
|Participants:||Dr. Ajay Manglik, Dr R K Tiwari, Dr Y J Bhaskar Rao, Dr. M K Sen, Dr B Vijaya Gopal, R Raj Kumar, Dr M Prasanti Lakshmi, Dr G K Nayak, K Satish Kumar, R K Kishore, Srikanth, G D P S Sinha, D Praveen, Parveen Begum, V Pradeep Kumar, D Seshu, G Ramchandra Rao, S Srinivasa Rao|
|Title:||Understanding the heterogeneity of gas hydrate resource distribution for reducing possible management risk using conventional and non-conventional tools for KG basin, India|
* Gas hydrate zone detection and its saturation estimation.
* Fractal study will be carried out for fracture and lithological correlation as well as gas hydrate zone characterization.
* Bed boundary detection using Mathematical transforms and inversion methods.
* ANN and radial basis function (RBF) interpolation methods will be apply for obtaining the porosity, permeability and gas hydrate saturation estimation.
* Modified Archie's law will be proposed for the study area.
|Duration:||14.08.2017 - 13.08.2019|
|Participants:||Dr. Bappa Mukherjee|
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