Mr. Subhash Chander Chetal


Areas of Interest:

Pressure vessel technology, Materials for high temperature applications, Failure analysis and design codes.


Design, material and manufacturing technology and failure analysis associated with pressure vessel, piping and heat exchangers of thermal power plants and chemical industries

Consultancy Areas:

Design, design review material selection, manufacturing specifications and failure analysis of pressure vessels,piping and heat exchangers of thermal power plants and chemical industries.


Sector Associated With:


Sectors Interested to Offer Service:

Industry (Private), Industry (PSUs), R&D Organizations, Government (including funding agencies), Consultancy Firms

Major Professional Contributions:

Unique expertise in design, materials and manufacturing technology and design of zirconium and titanium sponge plant
Principal design engineer of indigenous design of 500 MWe PFBR
Providing consultancy to thermal power plants in failure analysis of boiler tubes and other components and remedial methods
Honorary design consultant to PSA office of Govt of India on advanced ultra supercritical power plants.

Professional Experience:

  • Ex- Director of Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam.


Design and manufacturing of pressure vessel, piping and heat exchangers, material selection and failure analysis of mechanical components of thermal power plants.


Contact Information


Address: F38
Mansarover Garden, New Delhi 110015
mobile 09958970496

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  • BSc (Mechanical Engineering)


Awards and Major Professional Recognitions

  • National Design Award from Institution of Engineers Vasvik Award
  • INS award from Indian Nuclear Society
  • Agni Award from Ministry of Defence
  • Lifetime achievement award from Systems Society of India

Link to Website

INAE Section Affiliated To : Section IX: Energy Engineering

Year of Election to Fellowship: 2001

Year of Birth: 1949