Programme 12 September 2018

 

Professor D Arifianto

Wednesday 12 September
08.30Registration – Room: TBC
Tea and Coffee – Room: TBC
08.30-09.00 Plenary Keynote Lecture [301] Vibration processing techniques for the monitoring and diagnosis of planetary gearboxes
Professor G Dalpiaz
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: A

09.00-09.30Joint CM and NDT Plenary LectureTitle: TBC
Speaker: R Allison, The Oil and Gas Technology Centre, UK
Chair: C Bull, President of BINDT
Room: A

  Session 7A: Condition monitoring methods and technologies


Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: A
Session 7B: Signal processing: Fault diagnosis for complex system monitoring

Chair: Dr N Martin
Room: B
Session 7C: Diagnostics based on tribo-vibroacoustic analysis


Chair: Dr F Gu
Room: C
09.30-09.50[302] The effect of the wear evolution on vibration-based fault detection in tapered roller bearings

K Rabeyee, X Tang, F Gu and A D Ball
University of Huddersfield, UK

[303] Kalman filtering using trigonometric polynomials for gear fault diagnosis under a variable speed condition

A Assoumane, E Sekko and P Ravier
University of Orléans, France

[304] Monitoring the tribological behaviour of piston ring-cylinder liner in a four-cylinder diesel engine using acoustic emission signals

Y Xu1, F Gu1, A D Ball1 and J Fei2
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Harbin Engineering University, China

09.50-10.10[305] Adaptation of the spectral kurtosis technology to improve damage diagnosis of gearboxes run in varying conditions of speed and load

L Gelman and S Kolbe
University of Huddersfield, UK

[306] On the validity of time synchronous averaging in variable speed conditions

W A Smith, R B Randall and Z Peng
University of New South Wales, Australia
[307] Influence of frictional excitations on the diagnostic features of helical gears under different operating conditions

X Sun1,2, R Zhang2, F Gu1, T Wang2 and A D Ball1
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Taiyuan University of Technology, China

10.10-10.30[308] Every passenger, every bag, every time with condition-based monitoring

G Conaghan and D Haines
Heathrow Airport, UK

[309] Monitoring system for cable transportation

N Saguin-Sprynski, L Jouanet and M Billeres
CEA, France
[310] Fault diagnosis of planetary gear drive system based on sparse decomposition optimised by generalised matching pursuit algorithm

Z Zhu1, Z Wang1, D Zhen1, H Zhang1, Z Shi1 and F Gu2
1Hebei University of Technology, China
2University of Huddersfield, UK

10.30-11.00
Plenary Keynote Lecture [311] Instantaneous frequency and condition monitoring
Professor D Arifianto
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: A

11.00-11.30Tea and Coffee – Room: TBC
  Session 8A: Condition monitoring of local damage

Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: A
Session 8B: Condition monitoring and NDT methods

Chair: Professor F Chu
Room: B
Session 8C: Diagnostics and prognostics based on tribo-vibroacoustic analysis

Chair: Dr F Gu
Room: C
11.30-11.50[312] Overview of stationary and non-stationary higher order spectral techniques for condition monitoring

L Gelman and A D Ball
University of Huddersfield, UK

[313] The detection of small cracks on a steel surface using eddy current pulsed thermography

X Xu, J Ma, Z Wang, D Zhen, H Zhang and Z Shi
Hebei University of Technology, China

[314] A corrosion pitting detector based on dynamic time warping analysis for planetary gearbox

Z Shen1, H Li2, D Zhen1, H Zhang1, Z Shi1 and F Gu2
1Hebei University of Technology, China
2University of Huddersfield, UK

11.50-12.10[315] Novel comparison of three SHM technologies

L Gelman1 and S Kirlagic2
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Bahçeşehir University, Turkey


[316] Vibration analysis of journal bearings under the contaminated lubricating oil with solid particulates

J Ma1, H Zhang1, R Wang2, Z Shi1, F Gu1,2 and A Ball2
1Hebei University of Technology, China
2University of Huddersfield, UK

[317] RUL prediction approach to fatigue crack based on physics model for planetary gear set of helicopter
 
Z Cheng, N Hu, L Zhang and M Gao
National University of Defense Technology, China

12.10-12.22
Panel session: Future directions in condition monitoring
Professor L Gelman
Chair: TBC
Room: TBC

12.55-13.10
Conference Closing CeremonyRoom: A
13.10-14.00
Restaurant Lunch – Room: TBC

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