Programme 10 September 2018

 



Sunday 9 September
16.00
ISCM Management Committee Meeting – Room: TBC
16.00-19.00Registration – Room: TBC
19.00-21.00 Welcome Buffet – Room: TBC

Monday 10 September
08.00Registration – Room: TBC
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: TBC
09.10-09.20 Opening Ceremony – Chair: C Bull, President of BINDT
Room: TBC

09.20-09.50The President's Honour Lecture: T Clausing
Chair: C Bull, President of BINDT
Room: A

09.50-10.00 BINDT Update
D Gilbert, CEO of BINDT

Chair: C Bull, President of BINDT
Room: A

10.00-10.30
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: TBC
  Session 1A: Trained structures and statistical
methods in condition monitoring


Chair: Professor L Kuravsky
Room: A
Session 1B – Novel monitoring application



Chair: Professor S Noroozi
Room: B
Session 1C – Vibration signal analysis



Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: C
10.30-10.50[101] Application of the method of patterns in condition monitoring

L S Kuravsky, G A Yuriev, D A Pominov and N Y Yurieva
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[102] Sensorless closed-loop control for electrohydraulic flow control valve

K Abuowda and S Noroozi
Bournemouth University, UK

[103] Vibration signal analysis methods for planetary gearbox fault diagnostics

F Chu
Tsinghua University, China


10.50-11.10[104] Dimensionality reduction with aid of stochastic swarm clusterisation method

G Yuryev, E K Verkhovskaya and N E Yuryeva
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[105] Corrosion prediction algorithm and condition monitoring system for efficient diagnosis and prognosis of high-value mobile and stationary assets

J Latif and Z A Khan
Bournemouth University, UK
[106] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

11.10-11.30[107] Self-learning adaptive training procedure for condition monitoring personnel

L S Kuravsky, A A Margolis, G A Yuryev and G A Pominov
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[108] Real-time in-service interfacial load monitoring and tracking between composite prosthetic socket and residual limb system for below-knee amputees

N Aslani, S Noroozi, P Davenport and S Zahedi
Bournemouth University, UK
[109] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

11.30-11.40
Ten-Minute Comfort Break and Exhibition
11.40-12.00[110] Monitoring the dangerous activity of computer network users

L S Kuravsky1, G A Yuriev1, P V Skribtsov2, M A Chervonenkis2, A A Konstantinovsky1, A A Shevchenko1 and S S Isakov1
1Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia
2PAWLIN Technologies, Russia

[111] Kinematics study of the deltoid in reverse shoulder arthroplasty using standard pre- and post-operative X-rays

N Aslani, S Noroozi, R Hartley, A Harvey and P Sewell
Bournemouth University, UK

[112] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

12.00-12.20[113] Convolutional feature extraction from human computer interaction data in behavioural biometric

G Yuryev
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[114] Title: TBC

N Aslani, S Noroozi, R Hartley, A Harvey and P Sewell
Bournemouth University, UK 

[115] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

12.20-12.40
[116] On an approach to adaptive testing in psychological measurements

L S Kuravsky, S L Artemenkov and G A Yuryev
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[117] Title: TBC

Professor S Noroozi
[118] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

12.40-13.40
Lunch and Exhibition – Room: TBC
13.00-13.40
International Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting (working lunch by invitation only) – Room: A
13.40-14.10Plenary Keynote Lecture [119] Acoustic sensing for buried pipe infrastructure
Professor K Horoshenkov
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: A


Session 2A – Trained structures and statistical methods in condition monitoring

Chair: Professor L Kuravsky
Room: A
Session 2B – Wireless application of condition monitoring


Chair: TBC
Room: B
Session 2C – Machine learning



Chair: S Greenfield
Room: C
14.10-14.30[120] Forecasting behaviour of a stochastic multi-agent system

L S Kuravsky and S I Popkov
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[121] Wireless noise characteristics on gearboxes due to speed variations

R Raharjo, Y Sofyan and T M Arif
Bandung State Polytechnic, Indonesia

[122] Power curve modelling using support vector machine and its accuracy dependence on kernel scale

R K Pandit and D Infield
University of Strathclyde, UK

14.30-14.50
[123] On the connection between precession and the nature of stress changes at forced oscillations of the shaft-line

A I Kumenko
Dynamics SPC, Russia
[124] Wireless condition monitoring – reliability enhancement of remote equipment by web-based innovation at DTPS

H Bari, A Deshpande and S Patil
Dahanu Thermal Power Station, India


[125] Investigating different structures for mapping sensor information of a complex mechanical system to its health status

A Mahmoodian, M Durali and M Saadat
Sharif University of Technoloogy, Iran

14.50-15.10
[126] Forecasting aviation accidents with the aid of probabilistic models

P N Dumin and D A Pominov
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia
[127] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[128] Pump cavitation detection through fusion of support vector machine classifier data associated with vibration and motor current signature

B Yari1 and M S Safizadeh2
1Shahrood University of Technology, Iran
2Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran

15.10-15.40
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: TBC

Session 3A – Trained structures and statistical methods in condition monitoring

Chair: Professor L Kuravsky
Room: A
Session 3B – Title: TBC



Chair: TBC
Room: B

Session 3C – Signal processing and ICT for condition monitoring


Chair: Professor R Smid
Room: C
15.40-16.00
[129] Self-organised neural networks as components of user behaviour analysis technology

A A Shevchenko and A A Konstantinovsky
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[130] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[131] Edge computing and machine condition monitoring

R Smid
Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

16.00-16.10
[132] Cases of blockchain cryptographic hash functions for ensuring data monitoring integrity

A V Kulakov, V R Milov and A V Semashko
Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University, Russia

[133] Opportunities of X-ray testing without intermediate data carriers of information

V A Troitskiy
The E O Paton Electric Welding Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

[134] Managing your supply chain must include monitoring of the effective delivery of energy

J Butler
EA Technology Ltd, UK

16.10-16.40
[135] The effect of shaft unbalance and support misalignments on the border of rotation stability of the experimental four support shaft

A I Kumenko, A V Timin, N Y Kuzminykh and S V Medvedev
Dynamics SPC, Russia 

[136] Structural material damage monitoring under variable loading at surface deformation defect density

A Maylo and G Pisarenko
Institute for Problems of Strength, NAS of Ukraine

[137] Research on spectrum components of planetary gearbox vibration signals by dynamic modelling and filtering

L Zhang, N Hu and Z Cheng
National University of Defense Technology, China

16.40
18.00
Conference close for the day
Evening eventTBC

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