Programme 16 June 2017

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



Friday 16 June
08.00 onwards Registration – Room: ILEC Conference Centre Foyer
09.00-09.30Plenary Keynote Lecture [401] A review of high-temperature hydrogen attack (HTHA) modelling, prediction and non-intrusive inspection in refinery applications
T Armitt, Lavender NDT International
Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: London 7

09.30-09.45
15-Minute Comfort Break
  Session 8A – Condition monitoring and NDT methods and technologies
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: London 7
Session 8B – Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: London 1
Session 8C – Condition monitoring methods and technologies – Lubrication analysis
Chair: S Greenfield
Room: London 2
Session 8D – Acoustic emission for condition monitoring and NDT
Chair: I Razuvaev
Room: London 3
Session 8E – Infrared thermography for condition monitoring and NDT
Chair: C Pearson
Room: London 4

Session 8F – NDT methods and technologies
Chair: T Armitt
Room: London 5

09.45-10.05[402] Novel vibration condition monitoring of gearboxes

H Chandra1, L Gelman1, D Manning-Ohren2 and M Patel2
1Cranfield University
2ERIKS

[403] A study of bearing fault diagnosis using deep belief networks

T R Lin and K Yu
School of Mechanical Engineering, Qingdao University of Technology

[404] Overview of oil debris condition monitoring, early failure detection (EFD)

S Greenfield
Eaton Aerospace


[405] Invited overview presentation

Future direction of acoustic emission method for the integrated structural health monitoring systems

I Razuvaev
Alcor Corp, Russia

[439] Introduction to thermography for condition monitoring

C Pearson
Sustainable Construction Group

[407] State-of-the-art prediction and NDE techniques for high-temperature hydrogen attack in piping and equipment

T Armitt1, M Nugent2, T Silfies2 and J Dobis2
1Lavender International
2The Equity Engineering Group

10.05-10.25[414] Calibration of a reinforced concrete bridge using deep learning

D Darsono and M Torbol
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

[409] ISO standards in vibration analysis

S Mills
Spectrum CBM
[410] An introduction to offline oil laboratory analysis

S Greenfield1 and R Cutler2
1Eaton Aerospace
2Alcontrol

[411] Low-speed bearings

T Bradshaw
Mistras Group Ltd

[440] Imaging using drones

R Faulkner
iRed Ltd

[413] Simultaneous multi-mode and disperse ultrasonic guided waves signal analysing using the morphological component analysis (MCA) method

X Li, W Guo and X Li
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

10.25-10.45[408] Invited overview presentation

Current and future directions in non-linear ultrasonic inspection

Professor
K Balasubramanian

[415] Detecting rolling element bearing defects

D Whittle
RMS Ltd
[416] An introduction to online oil quality sensor applied to modern gas turbine engine

S Greenfield
Eaton Aerospace

[417] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[441] Introducing equine thermography

E Hall
Thermographer, Equine Specialist


[419] High-temperature corrosion monitoring of industrial boilers

J Noteboom and M P De Jong
DEKRA – MTI

10.45-11.15
Tea and Coffee – Room: London 9
  Session 9A – Condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: London 7

Session 9B – Vibration condition monitoring methods and technologies
Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: London 1
Session 9C – Condition monitoring methods and technologies – Lubrication analysis
Chair: S Greenfield
Room: London 2
Session 9D – Acoustic emission for condition monitoring and NDT
Chair: K Kirk
Room: London 3
Session 9E – Infrared thermography for condition monitoring and NDT
Chair: C Pearson
Room: London 4
Session 9F – NDT methods and technologies
Chair: T Armitt
Room: London 5
11.15-11.35[420] Detection of flow separation effects in gas turbines using the higher-order spectra

L Gelman1, C Parrish1, I Petrunin2 and M Walters2
1Cranfield University
2Rolls-Royce


[421] Using shaft centre line analysis to identify bearing faults based on case studies

J Sykes
AV Technology

[422] Investigation of process fluid contamination as a potential cause for oil degradation and varnish build-up in a gas compressor lubricating system

D Korachkin
Swansea Tribology Services Ltd

[423] Analysis of acoustic emission data for structural health monitoring of engineering geometries

A A Ghouri and K J Kirk
University of the West of Scotland

[442] Thermography as part of the BRE environmental assessment method (BREEAM)

C Pearson
Sustainable Construction Group

[425] Characterisation and modelling of magnetic domain wall dynamics using reconstituted hysteresis loops from Barkhausen noise

B Ducharne1, M Q Le1, G Sebald1, P J Cottinet1, D Guyomar1 and Y Hebrard2
1INSA LYON-LGEF
2SKF Aerospace

11.35-11.55[426] Novel vibration diagnosis of deep foundation concrete piles

L Gelman and S Kirlangic
Cranfield University

[337] Visualising vibration: a ‘game changer’ for troubleshooting, diagnostics and RCA

K Gallant
RMS Ltd


[428] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[429] Acoustic emission-based condition monitoring technique for power electronic devices used in solar power systems

A Badawood1, M Alrweg1, H Musaad1, P Bolourinejad1, A Albarbar1 and C Batunlu2
1Manchester Metropolitan University
2Middle East Technical University, Turkey 

[436] Infrared licensing and certification agency (ILCA) and United Kingdom Thermography Authority (UKTA)

Bruce Arnold
Inspexions


[431] Monitoring of corrosion damage using ultrasonic guided wave tomography

Z Fan, J Rao and M Ratassepp
School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University

11.55-12.15 
[432] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[433] Diagnosis and treatment of stray current in electric motors, fans, pumps and gearboxes

R Thompson
Eriks UK
[434] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[435] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION 
[430] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION
[437] Detection of bond defects in cold roll bonded Al/Al-Sn/Al/steel sheets using Lamb-type guided wave EMATs

P J Tallafuss1, A Rosochowski1, S Campbell2 and A R Camacho3
1University of Strathclyde,
Glasgow  
2MAHLE Engine Systems UK Ltd, Kilmarnock
3Innerspec Technologies Europe S L, 28802 Alcala de Henares, Madrid

12.15-12.45
Plenary Keynote Lecture [438] Condition monitoring for Industry 4.0
Professor R Smid, Czech Republic
Chair: Professor L Gelman
Room: London 7 and 8
12.45-13.15
Panel Session
13.15-13.30

13.30
Conference Close and Awards Presentation – Room: London 7

Lunch – Room: London 9


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