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PROJECT REPORT
ON
MEASUREMENT OF CAPACITANCE AND TEMPERATURE OF SNOW LAYERS
FOR PREDICTION OF GLACIERS AND AVALANCHES
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the six months training Undertaken at “DEFENCE RESEARCH &DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION”
(Snow And Avalanche Study Establishment)
Ministry Of Defence,Govt.of India

PRESENTED BY:
SOURAB SALOTRA
ECE-7TH SEMESTER
Univ.roll no - 6810407662
Department of Electronics and Electrical communication
Indo Global College Of Engineering,Abhipur
Mohali

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

When emotions are profound, words sometimes are not sufficient to express our thanks and gratitude. With this thought, I express my gratitude and indebtedness to all those people who have helped and provided the very much-needed enthusiasm and the consistent encouragement required. The present shape of this work has come forth after contribution from different spheres. I sincerely express my deep gratitude to Mr.Rajiv Kumar Das,Scientist-D (DRDO), Mr. R.K Garg,Scientiest-E (DRDO),Mr. Sanjeev kumar,Scientiest-E(CSIO) for their guidance, constructive suggestions, timely help, constant encouragement and supervision in each and every step throughput the work. Their inimitable support helped in channeling my efforts in proper directions. I wish to express my special thanks to Mr. Amod Kumar,Head-CSIO for using the lab facilities and resources at CSIO. Last but not the least; I also acknowledge the support from various researchers in the related field who helped me by clearing my doubts with their experience.

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Measurement of capacitance & temperature is required for determining the physical & chemical composition of Snow ..The present study will be beneficial in the areas having mass destruction due to sudden breakdown of snow layers i.e. in Avalanche and Glacier prone areas. As a part of SASE(Snow and Avalanche Study) problem, I thought of making a project

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