Programme 26 June 2019

Conference open days – 25-27 June 2019
Exhibition open days – 25-26 June 2019 



Tuesday 26 June
08.00Registration – Room: Hotel Foyer
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: The Regent
09.00-09.30 Plenary Keynote Lecture [201] Wider use of sensing capabilities in safety analysis to minimise dormant failures
M Türkaslan, Rolls-Royce Deutschland & Co KG, Germany
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria 
 

Session 4A: Real-time health monitoring of machinery

Chair: Dr S Boychenko
Room: The Victoria
Session 4B – Oil and debris monitoring

Chair: S Greenfield
Room: The Buchannan
Session 4C – Vibration analysis and diagnostics

Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: The Great Western
09.30-09.50[202] Knowledge-based artificial intelligence based on the real-time diagnostic systems of equipment health monitoring

A V Kostyukov and S N Boychenko
SPC Dynamics, Russia

[203] An introduction to online oil debris monitoring technologies

S Greenfield
Easton Aerospace, UK

[204] Visualising vibration and using this as a diagnostic tool

D Whittle
RMS Ltd, UK

09.50-10.10[205] Data mining for real-time vibration analysis and machinery diagnostics

S N Boychenko and A V Kostyukov
SPC Dynamics, Russia

[206] Automated microscopial wear debris analysis

T Nowell
Intertek, Farnborough, UK
[213] Limitation of vibration spectra

S Mills
Spectrum CBM Ltd, UK

10.10-10.30[208] Solving the problems of analysing the reliability of high-power steam turbine units in monitoring and diagnostic systems

A I Kumenko1, S V Medvedev1 and
S N Boychenko2 
1MРEI National Research University, Russia
2SPC Dynamics, Russia

[209] Tribology and microscopy in the laboratory environment

D Korachkin
Swansea Tribology Services, UK
[210] Why has CM science and CBM delivery failed to achieve their full potential in the PPM delivery industry?

P Price
Monition, UK

10.30-11.30
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: The Regent

Session 4A continued –Modelling and testing of gearboxes



Chair: Dr S N Boychenko
Room: The Victoria
Session 4B continued – Oil and debris monitoring/CM for marine



Chair: D C Shorten
Room: The Buchannan
Session 4C – Vibration analysis, diagnostics and prognostics: case studies from all industries

Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: The Great Western
11.30-11.50 [211] Nature of errors in machinery diagnostics

A Kostyukov, A Kostyukov and S N Boychenko 
SPC Dynamics, Russia
[212] Predicting machine failures with greater confidence

R Cutler
Oil Analysis Laboratories, UK 
[207] Update on ISO standards in CM and vibration

S Mills
Spectrum CBM Ltd, UK 
11.50-12.10 [214] VM of gear units; status of ISO 20816-9 development

S Mills
Spectrum CBM Ltd, UK

[215] Oil analysis vs oil based condition monitoring – what to expect and, more importantly, what not to

D C Shorten
Optimain Ltd, UK
[216] Identifying infant mortality in a pump bearing after overhaul

A McCann
AVT Reliability, UK 
12.10-12.30
[217] Quantity vs quality – the trade off

D Manning-Ohren
Eriks, UK
[218] The evolution of maintenance management optimisation within a modern shipping fleet with multiple vessel managers, both in-house and external

D C Shorten
Optimain Ltd, UK

[219] Advanced diagnostics provide significant cost avoidances on problematic assets within a marine fleet

A Barnes
VCI Consultancy, UK
12.30-14.00
Lunch and Exhibition – Room: The Regent
14.00-14.30Plenary Keynote Lecture [123] Non-linear guided waves for the monitoring of incipient structural damage and material degradation
Professor L Cheng, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria

14.30-15.00
Plenary Keynote Lecture [221] CM in present and perspective domestic heat and power generation systems
Professor D Mikielewicz, Poland
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria


Session 5A – Modelling and testing of gearboxes

Chair: Professor F Pellicano
Room: The Victoria
Session 5B – Intelligent CM


Chair: Dr E K Juuso
Room: The Buchannan
Session 5C – CM by electrical analysis

Chair: G Walker
Room: The Great Western
15.00-15.20[222] Experimental durability test for condition monitoring of carburised spur gears

G Iarriccio, A Zippo, M Barbieri and F Pellicano
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
[223] Integration of natural language in intelligent CM

E K Juuso
University of Oulu, Finland


[224] Integrating data from transformer CM to support asset management decisions

M Rowbottom1, J Beardsall1, R Heywood2, P Boreham2 and T McGrail3
1Drax Power, UK
2Doble PowerTest, UK
3Doble Engineering, USA
15.20-15.40
[228] A numerical investigation into the behaviour of fatigue circumferential cracks in ultra-deep water pipelines

A Olamide
University of Northampton, UK
[226] Title to be confirmed

E K Juuso
University of Oulu, Finland
[227] Vibration condition monitoring by the higher-order spectral analysis

L Gelman
University of Huddersfield, UK
15.40-16.00
[231] Localisation and mass estimation of loose parts in nuclear power plant using FEA-based big data

S Moon, S Han, T Kang and S Han
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute,
Republic of Korea

[229] Title to be confirmed

E K Juuso
University of Oulu, Finland
[230] How MBVI compares with MCSA

G Walker
Faraday Predictive Ltd, UK
16.00-16.45
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: The Regent

Session 6A – Modelling and testing of gearboxes

Chair: Professor F Pellicano
Room: The Victoria
Session 6B – Intelligent CM


Chair: Dr E K Juuso
Room: The Buchannan
Session 6C – Apprenticeship standards

Chair: S Mills
Room: The Great Western
16.45-17.05
[234] CM of Parkinson’s pathological tremors for functional electrical stimulation control

A Zippo1, F Pellicano1, G Iarriccio1, F Valzania2 and F Cavallieri3
1University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
2Arcispedale Santa Maria Nuova, Italy
3Sant’Agostino Estense Hospital, Italy

[232] Dynamic response of a metallic beam with different BCs in the presence of a crack discontinuity: A review

A Francese and M A Khan
Cranfield University, UK

[230] An introduction to the NDT apprenticeship standards

S Cunningham
Skills Training UK
17.05-17.25

[235] Extending the life of an evaporator vessel through testing, inspection, modelling and analysis

P A Liddicott, Z E Dennison Drake and K J Robinson
Sellafield Ltd, UK

17.25
19.30-20.00
Conference close for the day
Evening Event: To be confirmed
Pre-dinner drinks – Room: To be confirmed
Conference dinner – Room: The Victoria

To view the programme for Tuesday 25 June 2019, click here and to view the programme for Thursday 27 June 2019, click here.

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