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Smart Engineer 2019: 6 October 2019 Current Affairs
The Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati has designed the AI tool to improve induction motor design. Electric vehicles use induction motors. In the future, India is going to launch all the electric vehicles to reduce pollution. So, IIT has introduced the Artificial Intelligence engineering system tool which is Smart-Engineer tool. Rajendra Kumar, Bikash Sah, Ankit Vishway and Rajendra Kumar, by the IBM Watson AI Platform and IBM Cloud, have built this tool. Besides, The current version of the smart engineer will cover the basics and fundamental design of the induction motor. The E-mobility lab has helped in many aspects to gather various designs. Therefore, IIT Guwahati was on 6th October 2019 Current Affairs.
First bio-Methanisation plant in Hyderabad: Top Current Affairs of October
Hyderabad has started the first methanisation plant in the GHMC region. This plant will convert the wet waste into methane gas. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has taken the responsibility for this plant and funded 25 lakhs. Mayor Bonthu Ram Mohan, who is the mayor of Hyderabad has inaugurated the plant. This plant can convert the 80 cubic meters of wet waste into biogas per day. In the future, the bio gas production will be 10 metric tonnes. The waste of this plant can be used for anaerobic compost method and this will reduce the maintenance cost of the plant. Therefore, the First bio-methanisation plant in Hyderabad was on 6 October 2019 Current affairs.