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I will be fit before the Indian Premier League, says Prithvi Shaw

first_img Press Trust of India New DelhiJanuary 21, 2019UPDATED: January 21, 2019 20:23 IST Prithvi Shaw has been retained by Delhi Capitals for Indian Premier League’s 12th season (BCCI Photo)HIGHLIGHTSPrithvi Shaw is recovering from an ankle injury he sustained in AustraliaShaw twisted his ankle while fielding in a warm-up game ahead of the first Test in AustraliaShaw had played 9 matches in the IPL last year scoring 245 runsRecovering from an ankle injury that forced him out of the Australia tour, Prithvi Shaw revealed he will be fit in time for the 12th season of Indian Premier League. Prithvi Shaw, 19, suffered the injury in Australia before the start of the four-match Test series.”I will be fit before the Indian Premier League and I am trying hard to reach full fitness. I am working on my ankle as well as on my upper body,” Shaw told India TV.Shaw has been retained by Delhi Capitals for what will be his second season.He had twisted his ankle while fielding in the deep during India’s practice match ahead of the first Test against Australia in Adelaide.Having stayed on with the team hoping to be fit for the second Test in Perth, Shaw was eventually ruled out of the remainder of the series and sent back home for an extensive rehabilitation programme.Recalling the injury, he said, “We were playing the practice match in Sydney ahead of the first Test. I was standing at deep mid-wicket and Ash bhai [R Ashwin] was bowling and a catch came towards me. I caught the ball while jumping backwards in the air and my body weight fell on my left foot when I landed.”It was a bit uneven there and my ankle got twisted 90 degrees and the entire body-weight fell on that. That’s how it happened.”Efforts were then on to get the batsman fit for the series but the severity of the injury dashed his hopes.advertisement”I was trying hard to play in the second Test and the physios too were trying to get me fit for the match. However, the more they tried, the swelling increased and it got more painful.”It was an unfortunate incident and you can’t really do anything about that. It was my wish to play in the challenging conditions in Australia. I love the bounce there. But unfortunately, I suffered a leg injury. But that’s okay, I am very happy that India won the Test series. It can’t get better than this.”I got full support of the team at that time because I was very disappointed with the injury. I had practised hard for the tour and had many things in my mind that I thought I would do there. So, it was disheartening. But yeah, now I am happy that we won the series.”Shaw has had a record-breaking start to his Test career as he aggregated 237 runs in three innings at an average of 118.50 against the West Indies.Also Read | Virat Kohli, India stay No.1 in Test rankings, Rishabh Pant breaks into top-20Also Read | Virat Kohli’s India no different to what the West Indies were in the 80s: Dean JonesAlso Read | Virat Kohli not New Zealand’s only concern: Ross Taylor wary of Rohit and DhawanAlso Read | MS Dhoni eyes Sachin Tendulkar’s record in New Zealand after hitting form in AustraliaFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byPTI Tags :Follow Prithvi ShawFollow Indian Premier League I will be fit before the Indian Premier League, says Prithvi ShawPrithvi Shaw suffered an ankle injury in Australia before the start of the four-match Test series Down Under. India won 2-1 to register their first-ever Test series victory in Australia.advertisementlast_img read more

Control and safety solutions from Lika for mining equipment

first_imgLika Electronic says its updated Easy-CAN series of absolute encoders and IX series inclinometers from Lika Electronic “are perfectly suited for dependable and accurate operation in tough industrial environments” such as mobile mining equipment and excavators.Thanks to its 30 plus year extensive experience over a wide range of industries worldwide, Lika Electronic says its has “a complete portfolio of solutions developed for the mobile and construction equipment sector: incremental and absolute encoders, contactless encoders, redundant encoders, draw-wire encoders, inclinometers. Because of the harsh operating environment, they are designed to handle dirt, moisture, vibration, shock and extreme temperatures. Furthermore they provide the highest levels of reliability, performance and accuracy to improve overall safety.”Among the latest innovations in the range are the updated Easy-CAN absolute rotary encoders and the new IX 1-axis and 2-axis absolute inclinometers. For boom rotation and lifting (pitch) angle measurement, “Easy-CAN series encoders are the cost-effective solution thanks to the standalone application and the simple point-to-point integration. They are ideal for Single Master-Single Slave networks and profit from all CAN benefits and the compact design.”Single connection cable and simplified electronics minimise the overall footprint and costs and ease installation especially in constrained space. They comply with DS301 and DS406 Class 2 profiles and include the whole packet of CANopen functions: position and velocity readout, scaling function, preset, extended diagnostics, etc. They are sturdy with high IP67 protection rate (IP65 at shaft side) and offer the complete Ø 58mm industrial flange and shaft options: 6, 8, 9.52, 10, 11, 12 mm (0.24”, 0.31”, 3/8”, 0.39”, 0.47”) solid shaft and 14, 15 mm (0.55”, 0.59”) hollow shaft. Easy-CAN series encoders are available with 13- and 18-bit singleturn resolution as well as with 24-, 25-, 26-, 27- and 30-bit multiturn resolution. Output connection can be either radial or axial for both cable and M12 connector options.IX series 1-axis and 2-axis absolute inclinometers with analogue and CANopen interface monitor the levelling of vehicles, platforms and buckets during operation (roll) and the pitch angle in the crane booms to enhance the safety and prevent accidents due to wrong manoeuvres and overturning. The measurement range is from ±5 degrees up to ±60 degrees in 2-axis models and up to ±360 degrees in 1-axis models with high resolution (up to 0.001 degree) and high accuracy (up to ±0.05 degree).IX series high quality inclinometers are compact, rugged and IP67 protected. The robust metal enclosure and the resin-coated electronics allow for high protection against mechanical stresses, vibrations, thermal shocks (-40°C to +85°C) and moisture. The output is either via current (4-20mA)/voltage (0.5V-4.5V) analogue signals or the CANopen interface in compliance with DS301 and DS410 profiles. CANopen models further add programmable resolution from 0.1° to 0.001°, complete diagnostics and optional anti-vibration filter. Cable and M12 connector options are both available with further standard automotive connectors on demand.last_img read more