Programme 15 June 2017

13-16 June 2017, ILEC Conference Centre, London, UK 



Thursday 15 June
08.00 onwards Registration – Room: ILEC Conference Centre Foyer
09.00-09.30Plenary Keynote Lecture [301] Study on condition monitoring of major mechanical systems based on health management
Professor G Shen and Professor L Yuan, China
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: London 7 and 8

09.30-09.45
15-Minute Comfort Break
  Session 5A – Sensors and actuators for condition monitoring
Chair: Professor J Bortman
Room: London 7 and 8
Session 5B – Structural health monitoring
Chair: Professor L Cheng
Room: London 1

Session 5C – Condition monitoring methods and technologies – Stress/strain analysis
Chair: D Whittle
Room: London 2
Session 5D – Maintenance
Chair: Dr J Yebra
Room: London 3
Session 5E – Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Dr J Liska
Room: London 4

Session 5F – NDT methods and technologies
Chair: Dr H Chandra
Room: London 5

Session 5G – Signal processing: Identification, fault diagnosis and reliability for complex system monitoring – Part 3
Chair: Dr N Martin
Room: London 6
09.45-10.05[302] Energy harvesting for wireless and autonomous load monitoring sensor

G Bastard1 and Y Hebrard2
1Safran Aircraft Engines
2SKF Aerospace
[303] & [330] Invited overview presentation

Guided wave approach for structural health monitoring

L Cheng
Polytechnic University, Hong Kong



[311] On-stream optical measurement to monitor creep strain

J W Noteboom and H J M Hulshof
DEKRA Solutions BV, The Netherlands

[171] Beyond traditional condition monitoring – combining efficiency and performance indicators with typical condition monitoring parameters

K Daskalakis
James Fisher Mimic

[306] Rotating blades state evaluation using relative rotor vibration measurements considering the impact of operating conditions

V Vasicek, J Liska and J Jakl
NTIS – European Centre of Excellence, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen

[307] Automated detection of welding defects in pipelines from radiographic double wall double images

N Boaretto and T Centeno
Federal Institute of Santa Catarina (IFSC), Brazil

[315] Early fault detection thanks to distributed optical fibre sensors

E Buchoud, J-M Hénault, S Desforges and F Martinot
EDF R&D, France

10.05-10.25[309] A wireless rolling bearing cage temperature sensor for aerospace transmission diagnostic application

Y Hebrard
SKF Aerospace

[304] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

[312] Determination of the optimal maintenance threshold and periodicity of condition monitoring

V Ulansky1 and A Raza2
1National Aviation University, Kiev
2DOPA, Overseas Projects and Maintenance
[313] Measurement and evaluation of shaft torsional vibrations to reveal the excitation sources of the rotating blades 

J Jakl, J Liska, S Kunkel and J Strnad
NTIS – European Centre of Excellence, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen
[314] Ultrasonic guided wave technique for the size and depth estimation of delamination-type defects in structural health monitoring of composite structures

V Samaitis and L Mažeika
Ultrasound Research Institute, Kaunas University of Technology

[322] New cepstral techniques for operational modal analysis

R B Randall and W A Smith
University of New South Wales, Australia

10.25-10.45[316] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[310] Non-linear methods for rapid go/no-go monitoring

N T Sewell, J C S Wright and J R Wright
Theta Technologies Limited
[318] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[319] Development of a Bayesian network (BN) model to estimate health factors for predictive maintenance strategy of large two-stroke marine engines

M Usman1,3, D Shorten2 and Z Yang3
1Lloyd's Register EMEA, Global Technology Centre, Southampton
2Optimain, UK Ltd
3Liverpool Logistics Offshore and Marine Research Institute

[320] Engine condition and performance monitoring using cylinder head stress wave analysis

M Cox
Practice Care Maintenance Services Ltd


[321] New trends of NDT-based condition monitoring of industrial and power plants

F Niese, P Jäckel, U Rabe, H-G Herrmann and K Szielasko
Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing IZFP


10.45-11.45
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: London 9 and ILEC Conference Centre Foyer
 
Session 6B – Structural health monitoring
Chair: D Whittle
Room: London 1
Session 6C – Condition monitoring methods and technologies – Stress/strain analysis
Chair: Dr S Ganeriwala
Room: London 2
Session 6D – Predictive maintenance and condition monitoring
Chair: Dr J Yebra
Room: London 3
Session 6E – Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: London 4
Session 6F – Condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Dr H Chandra
Room: London 5

11.45-12.05
[324] Structural health monitoring of composite pressure vessels using guided ultrasonic waves

Y Lugovtsova and J Prager
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und – prüfung (BAM)

[325] Location of impact on composite plates using the piezoelectric rosettes technique

A Razzini, V Lopes Jr and V Rosa
UNESP – São Paulo State University

[326] Identification of damage ignition time with high accuracy using a CUSUM chart: four case studies

B Al-Najjar and H Algabroun
Linnaeus University, Sweden

[327] Blade synchronous frequencies identification based on non-uniform Fourier transform of multisampling data

L Yue and H Liu
College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing

[334] Control and instrumentation in renewable fuel production

I Petrunin, H Chandra and L Gelman
Cranfield University


12.05-12.25
[336] Simulation and big data analysis for SHM systems: fractal approach

V Vengrinovich1,2, D Vintov1, V Ryabtsev3 and A Nichanovich1
1Institute of Applied Physics, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
2Tomsk National Research State University
3Belarus State Technical University

[331] Investigation into the cause of cab mounting bolt failures on a track renewal train

M Cox
Practice Care Maintenance Services Ltd



[332] Improving reliability with CBM

Y Wang and G Rolfe
SKF (UK) Ltd

[333] High-definition gearbox monitoring

C Larsson
SPM Instrument

[340] Concept and experience of wire rope condition monitoring

D Slesarev1, D Sukhorukov1, I Shpakov1 and C Bonetti2
1Intron Plus, Moscow, Russia
2VisionTek, Brescia, Italy


12.25-12.45 

[317] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION [427] Using residual analysis for the detection of faults in unsteadily operating rolling element bearings

D Helm and M Timusk
Laurentian University, Canada


[338] Universal health and usage monitoring system (HUMS) enterprise solution

W Y Yeo
Singapore Technologies Kinetics Ltd

[339] Algorithms for refinement of the shaft rotational speed for solving the problems of vibration diagnostics of rotary equipment

Y Aslamov, I Davydov, A Zolotarev and A Aslamov
VibroBox
[328] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION


12.45-14.00
Lunch and Exhibition – Room: London 9 and ILEC Conference Centre Foyer
12.45-14.00
International Scientific Advisory Committee Lunch: By invitation only – Room: London 7 and 8
14.00-14.30 
Plenary Keynote Lecture [341] Structural health monitoring: new paradigms for aerospace and process industries using guided ultrasonic waves
Professor K Balasubramaniam, India
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: London 7 and 8

14.30-17.00
Presidents and CEOs of the ISCM Liaison Members Meeting: By invitation only – Room: Hyde Park (first floor)
14.30-14.45 15-Minute Comfort Break 

Session 7A – Sensors and actuators for condition monitoring
Chair: Dr G Zusman
Room: London 7 and 8
Session 7B – Condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Professor P Trampus
Room: London 1
Session 7C – Instrumentation for condition monitoring
Chair: Dr J Yebra
Room: London 2

Session 7D – Predictive maintenance and condition monitoring
Chair: Dr J Yebra
Room: London 3
Session 7E – Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: London 4
Session 7F – NDT and CM methods and technologies
Chair: Dr S Kolokolnikov
Room: London 5

14.45-15.05[342] The effective monitoring of key rotor parameters with a smart energy harvesting device for AC machines

S Tvorić, A Elez and A Kapović
KONČAR

[343] Contribution of CM and NDE to asset management

P Trampus
University of Dunaújváros

[344] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[345] A decade of points condition monitoring: the Balfour Beatty rail experience

T A Bradbeer
Balfour Beatty Rail

[346] Sparse wavelet decomposition of signals for solving vibration diagnostics problems

Y Aslamov, I Davydov, A Zolotarev and A Aslamov
VibroBox 

[347] Airborne ultra-broadband NDT with an optical microphone and a thermoacoustic emitter

T Herbst
Xarion Laser Acoustics GmbH

15.05-15.25
[348] A comparative study on the use of different methods for gravitational acceleration cancellation providing pure tangential acceleration for condition monitoring

Z Mones, G Feng, F Gu and A D Ball
University of Huddersfield
[349] Research on condition monitoring based on health management of large amusement rides

Y Liu1,2, G Shen3, Z Zhao1 and Y Shen3
1Wuhan University of Technology
2Qinzhou University, Qinzhou
3China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing

[350] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[351] The shift to unattended measurement of track geometry

D Thompson
Balfour Beatty Rail
[352] Resolving structural vibration issues on a multi-stage pump

M Shalabi and N Peton
GE Oil & Gas –  Bently Nevada

[359] Monitoring of risks based on early diagnostics of equipment and structures metal state in stress concentration zones – the sources of damage development

A Dubov and S Kolokolnikov
Energodiagnostika Co Ltd


15.25-15.45 
[354] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[355] Experimental results from condition monitoring of railway infrastructure and rolling stock

F Cangioli, M Carnevale, S Chatterton, A De Rosa and L Mazzola
Dipartimento di Meccanica, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

[219] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[357] Utilising holistic condition monitoring on MV/HV motors to reduce unplanned downtime

M Foxall1, L Dodd1, A Mellor2
1High Voltage Partial Discharge Ltd
2Pragmatic Maintenance and Reliability Ltd


[358] Application of wavelet packet transform and envelope analysis to non-stationary vibration signals for the fault diagnosis of a reciprocating compressor

U E Ogbulafor, G Feng, Z Mones, A D Ball and F Gu
University of Huddersfield

[365] High-energy 3D computed tomography (CT) metrology and inspection: one operation

B Ingham
Rolls-Royce plc



15.45-16.15
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: London 9 and ILEC Conference Centre Foyer
16.15-16.35 
[360] Two-wire IEPE or CLD electronics interface sensors with integrated mechanical transducing and temperature monitoring capability

G Zusman
Vibration Measurement Solutions

[361] A novel decision support model for the composite repair decision process

S Thyagarajan1 and V Gollnick2
1German Aerospace Center (DLR) – Institute of Flight Systems
2TUHH Institute of Air Transportation Systems

[362] Improving the measuring accuracy of voltage unbalance for electrical condition monitoring

D Makov, A I Antonjuk and O V Polishchuk
National Technical University of Ukraine



[369] The tribodiagnostics of the technical condition of aviation reducers on stages of surface fatigue wear of their details by ferrography

L Shabalinskaia, V V Golovanov, E S Bubnova and A O Melnikov
Central Institute of Aviation Motors named after P I Baranov

[364] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

[371] Analysis of geomaterials using frequency-modulated continuous wave radar in the K-band

J Blanche1,2, D Flynn1, H Lewis2, G Couples2 and R Cheung3


1Institute of Sensors, Signals and Systems, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
2Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Heriot-Watt University

3Scottish Microelectronics Centre, University of Edinburgh


16.35-16.55 
[366] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[367] Developing a condition-based maintenance concept for fatigue-driven failure of structural parts

H Meyer1, S Thyagarajan1 and V Gollnick2
1German Aerospace Center (DLR) – Institute of Flight Systems
2TUHH Institute of Air Transportation Systems

[368] Condition monitoring of a mechanical indexing system with artificial neural networks

M Tiboni and C Remino
Università degli Studi di Brescia, Italy

PLEASE NOTE THE BELOW PAPER HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED

[375] 
A practical methodology to allow a ship operator to transition from a planned preventative maintenance culture to one based primarily on risk

D C Shorten
Optimain Limited
[370] Vibration analysis for wind turbine bearing condition monitoring using wavelet filtering method

X Tang1 and L Zhang2
1Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
2University of Manchester
[377] Magnetic signal variation in the deformation zone of tubular tower

B Hu and G Shen
China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Center (CSEI)


16.55-17.15
[372] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION[373] An approach for condition monitoring of rolling stock sub-systems: A case study on HVAC

D Seneviratne1, U Martínez-de-Estarrona2, D Galar1,2 and J C Sánchez2
1Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
2Tecnalia Research and Innovation, Spain

[240] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[363] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION[376] MBVI systems: why does the world really need yet another condition monitoring technique – and what should we do about it?

G Walker
Artesis LLP

[353] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION

19.30 for 20.00
Pre-dinner drinks – Room: ILEC Conference Centre Foyer
Conference dinner – Room: London 8 and 9

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