Time: 14:00 – 15:00 (GMT)
Utilising renewable energy from offshore wind farms
In this webinar, Commonwealth Alumnus Dr Pradeep Kumar Dammala will highlight the potential of integrating sustainable wind energy as an alternative cooling power source for Nuclear Power Plants during seismic events and emergencies, such as tsunamis and earthquakes. He will raise the importance of using sustainable and renewable energy sources to meet growing energy demands and the availability of wind energy in India generated by offshore wind farms.
This webinar will address the CSC development theme, Science and technology for development.
The webinar will last for approximately one hour, including a Q&A session.
The CSC’s Development in Action webinar series provides an opportunity for Commonwealth Scholars and Alumni to present on their work and contribution to development across a range of contemporary global challenges and provide insight into ongoing research and action.
Open to all Commonwealth Scholars and Alumni, the monthly webinars will address one of the CSC’s six development themes and provide an opportunity for attendees to engage in real-time Q&A discussion on the topic presented.
You can watch previous webinars on the CSC’s YouTube channel.
Dr Pradeep Kumar Dammala is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, IIT Jodhpur, India. His research interests include earthquake resistant design of structures, seismic soil structure interaction, sustainable geotechnics, sand dune migration and mitigation.
Dr Pradeep Dammala is a 2016 Commonwealth Split-site Scholar from India. He studied for a PhD in Civil Engineering at University of Surrey and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Guwahati), India.