CM 2019

Tuesday 25 to Thursday 27 June 2019
The Principal Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow, UK 



About the International Conference
The conference was organised by BINDT in close partnership with the International Society for Condition Monitoring (ISCM) and the US Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology (MFPT). This combination of the efforts of these leading organisations created one of the largest events of its kind at a truly international level and built on the highly successful 15 international condition monitoring conferences organised by BINDT, the First World Congress on CM in 2017 organised by BINDT and ISCM and 70 annual conferences organised by the Society for MFPT.

BINDT has always recognised the importance of encouraging students to participate in this major international event. As a repeat to the gesture in 2018, the Sixteenth International Conference will be providing generous sponsorship of student registrations in 2019, resulting in a major reduction of fees for student attendance.

Exhibitors
ExhibitorStand NumberWebsite
British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing 08
International Society for Condition Monitoring09

www.bindt.org/iscm
Lavender International NDT 02

www.lavender-ndt.com 
Mistras Group 04

www.mistrasgroup.co.uk 
Novosound Ltd 01
www.novosound.net
Oceanscan Ltd
06

www.oceanscan.co.uk
Reliability Maintenance Solutions Ltd 03

www.rms-reliability.com 
Sonatest Ltd
07
 
www.sonatest.com
University of Southampton 05
 
www.soton.ac.uk

 

Plenary speakers
Speakers
Title
Professor L Cheng Non-linear guided waves for the monitoring of incipient structural damage and material degradation 
Dr J Lacaille A novel automatic indexation process for identification of anomalous behaviours of turbofan engines 
Professor D Mikielewicz Condition monitoring in present and perspective domestic heat and power generation systems
W Ross An integrated approach to marine condition-based monitoring 
Professor T Sakagami Development of NDE techniques for the maintenance of long-span steel bridges based on infrared measurement
M Türkaslan Wider use of sensing capabilities in safety analysis to minimise dormant failures 

 

Invited speakers
Speakers
Title
Professor T Lin
A fourth-order synchroextracting transform for the analysis of non-stationary signals with fast varying instantaneous frequency
Professor S Noroozi
Evolution of CM from machine dynamics to human dynamics
Professor A StarrGearing up for machine health 
Professor L Wang
Bearing monitoring

 
Structured session organisers

Speakers
Title
S Boychenko Real-time health monitoring of machinery 
Dr S GaneriwalaVibration signature analysis of rotor/shaft crack in rotating machinery
Professor L Gelman CM of local damage 
S Greenfield Oil and debris monitoring 
F Gu Modelling and identification of blade-based rotor systems for CM 
Professor P S Heynes
Optical CM
Professor A Hope Vibration analysis, diagnostics and prognostics – case studies from all industries 
Dr E JuusoAdvanced CM and diagnostics for smart systems
Professor L KuravskyTrained structures and statistical methods in CM
Dr J Liska CM of components in rotating machines 
S Mills
Apprenticeship standards
Professor F Pellicano Modelling and testing of gearboxes 
D Shorten Oil and debris monitoring/CM monitoring for marine
G Walker CM by electrical analysis 
D Whittle
Vibration CM/Ultrasonics NDT



 

Programme

Monday 24 June
16.00-19.00Registration – Room: Hotel Foyer
19.00-21.00 Welcome Buffet – Room: The Regent
Tea and Coffee – Room: The Regent

Tuesday 25 June
08.00Registration – Room: Hotel Foyer
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: The Regent
09.00-09.20 Opening Ceremony – Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria

09.20-09.50 Plenary Keynote Lecture [101] A novel automatic indexation process for identification of anomalous behaviours of turbofan engines
Dr J Lacaille, Safran Aircraft Engines, France
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria 
 
09.50-10.00CM Book Update
Professor A Hope, Solent University, UK
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria 
10.00-10.30 Exhibition Spotlight Session
Chair: Professor A Hope, Solent University, UK
Room: The Regent
10.30-11.00
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: The Regent

Session 1A: Trained structures and statistical methods in CM

Chair: Professor L Kuravsky
Room: The Victoria
Session 1B – Bearing monitoring

Chair: Professor L Wang
Room: The Buchannan
Session 1C – Vibration CM


Chair: Professor F Gu
Room: The Great Western
11.00-11.20[102] How to reveal the influence of the human factor

L S Kuravsky and G A Yuryev
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia
[103] Invited overview presentation: Smart bearings: past, current and future

L Wang
University of Southampton, UK


[104] Invited overview presentation: A fourth-order synchroextracting transform for the analysis of non-stationary signals with fast varying instantaneous frequency

K Yu1,2 and T R Lin2
1Northeastern University, P R China
2Qingdao University of Technology, P R China

11.20-11.40[105] Intelligence algorithms for intrusion and anomaly detection in virtual cloud networks, software and experiment design

G Yuryev
Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia

[106] Development of a bearing fault detection and diagnosis suite based on multi-sensing techniques for aero engines

T J Harvey, I Bashir, K Esmaeili, L Wang, A Weddell, N White and B Zaghari
University of Southampton, UK
[107] Random vibration of a finite element rotor model with crack fault via polynomial chaos expansion

C Fu1,2, Y Yang2, Y Wang2, F Gu1 and A Ball1
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

11.40-12.00[108] An intelligent system to support CM for activities of operators of complex technical systems

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

[109] Early detection of white etching crack formation under dynamic loading using electrostatic sensing technique

K Esmaeili1, L Wang1, T J Harvey1, N M White1 and W Holweger1,2
1University of Southampton, UK
2Schaeffler Technologies GmbH & Co KG, Germany
[110] Extraction of information from vibration data using double-density discrete wavelet analysis for CM

K Rabeyee, Y Xu, S Alabied, F Gu and A D Ball
University of Huddersfield, UK



12.00-12.10
Ten-Minute Comfort Break and Exhibition – Room: The Regent
12.10-12.30 [111] Application of a non-standard approach for diagnostic analysis of vibration waveforms

F Y Balitsky1,2 and A Sokolova1
1Machinery Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
2Spectrum Engineering, Russia
Optical CM

Chair: Professor P S Heynes

[112] Process monitoring and verification of the shot peening process using a pressure sensor and a high-speed camera

A Aramcharoen, K Ahluwalia and A Teo
Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore 
Vibration CM

Chair: D Whittle

[113] Trends in CM for pitch bearings

D Sandoval 1,2, U Leturiondo1, F Pozo2, Y Vida2 and O Salgado1
1IK4-Ikerian Technology Research Centre, Spain
2Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain
12.30-12.50 [114] Integral evaluation of the dangerous behaviour probability for computer network users via parameters of their activity

L S Kuravsky1, G A Yuryev1, M A Chervonenkis2, A A Konstantinovsky1, A A Shevchenko1, S S Isakov1 and D P Sincha2
1Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia
2Pawlin Technologies Company, Russia
[115] Computer vision for rail surface defect detection

P S Heyns, R Deetlefs, A J Oberholster, T R Botha P S Els and D H Diamond 
University of Pretoria, South Africa
[116] Data-driven prototype of turbo-engine blade monitoring

C Ying, J Lacaille and C Berthou
Safran Aircraft Engines, France 
12.50-13.10
[117] Bayesian evaluation to detect dangerous user behaviour in computer networks: an example of practical application

A A Shevchenko1, A A Konstantinovsky1 and D P Sincha2
1Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Russia
2Pawlin Technologies Company, Russia


[119] A novel implementation of vibration signal decomposition for estimation of degradation in rotating plant

B Brown, B Stephen, S McArthur, G West and C Michie
University of Strathclyde, UK 
13.10-13.30
[120] A virtual adaptive simulator as a skill formation tool for the operators of complex technical systems

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



[122] Sampling above Nyquist with high resolution


R F McLean
Consultant


13.30-14.50
Lunch and Exhibition – Room: The Regent
14.30-14.50
International Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting (working lunch by invitation only) – Room: The Victoria
14.50-15.20Plenary Keynote Lecture [220] An integrated approach to marine condition-based monitoring
W Ross, Servowatch Systems, UK
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria


Session 2A – Vibration CM



Chair: Professor F Gu
Room: The Victoria
Session 2B – CM of components in rotating machines

Chair: Dr J Liska
Room: The Buchannan
Session 2C – Vibration and motor current signature analysis for rotating machinery

Chair: Dr S Ganeriwala
Room: The Great Western
15.20-15.40[124] Monitoring of gear wear progressions based on a modulation signal bispectrum analysis of vibration

X Sun1,2, R Zhang2, K Lu2, A M Ahmada1, F Gu1 and T Wang2
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Taiyuan University of Technology, China
[125] Vibration monitoring of rotating machine components

J Liska, J Jakl, S Kunkel, V Vasicek, K Kalista and M Kas
University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
[126] Turbomachinery vibration analysis case studies: using data from online vibration monitoring systems

S R Ganti
Vibration Consultation, India 
15.40-16.00
[127] Time-varying coupled vibration analysis of a ball-screw feed system

Q Wu1,2, F Gu2 and A D Ball2
1Lanzhou University of Technology, China
2University of Huddersfield, UK
[128] Usage of shaft vibration signals for turbine blade monitoring

J Jakl, J Liska, and V Vasicek
University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
[129] Using minimum entropy decomposition and spectral kurtosis for rolling element bearing fault analysis in a permanent magnet motor

D Chen and S Ganeriwala
SpectraQuest Inc, USA
16.00-16.20
[130] A homography transformation-based video stabilisation method for structural health monitoring using an unmanned aerial vehicle

M Li1, F Gu1, A D Ball1 and L Song2
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Chang'an University, China
[131] Torsional vibration encoder-based monitoring methods and their experimental validation

J Liska, J Jakl and S Kunkel
University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
[132] Determining induction motor air-gap eccentricity using vibration and motor current signature analaysis (MCSA)

D Chen and S Ganeriwala
SpectraQuestion Inc, USA 
16.20-16.50
Tea, Coffee and Exhibition – Room: The Regent

Session 3A – Vibration CM



Chair: Professor F Gu
Room: The Victoria
Session 3B – CM components in rotating machines

Chair: Dr J Liska
Room: The Buchannan
Session 3C – Ultrasonics NDT



Chair: D Whittle
Room: The Great Western
16.50-17.10
[133] Modelling in-cylinder pressures for accurate simulations of instantaneous angular speed responses to combustion faults in an internal combustion engine powertrain

Y Xu1, J Fei2, Y Yun3, J Wang2, F Gu1 and A D Ball1
1University of Huddersfield, UK
2Harbin Engineering University, China
3Qingdao Agricultural University, China
[134] Identification of seal dynamic force coefficients for turbine rotor monitoring purposes

K Kalista, J Liska, J Jakl and Vasicek
University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

[135] Flexible ultrasonic transducer development for couplant-free high-temperature monitoring

D Irving, H Trodden and D Hughes
Novosound Ltd, UK
17.10-17.30
[136] Rotor dynamics in a pump system under the influences of magnetoelectrical, fluid and mechanical effects using ANSYS

W Tang1,2, F Gu2, H Mao1, A D Ball2 and A Daraz2
1Guangxi University, China
2University of Huddersfield, UK
[137] Monitoring and experimental validation of blade vibration forces acting on a rotor

V Vasicek, J Liska and J Jakl
University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
[138] Ultrasound and its applications

D Whittle
RMS Ltd, UK 
17.30-17.50
[139] Application of minimum entropy deconvolution in diagnosis of reciprocating compressor faults based on airborne acoustic analysis

D Mondal, F Gu and A D Ball
University of Huddersfield, UK 
  
17.50
18.00
Conference close for the day
Evening Event: 90 minute walking tour of Glasgow City Centre, leaving from the hotel foyer, followed by a two-course dinner with wine at the hotel

Wednesday 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 microscopical 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 – CM of rotating machinery

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 and diagnostics

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 versus 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 versus 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 prospective domestic heat and power generation systems
Professor D Mikielewicz, Gdansk Polytechnic University, Poland
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria


Session 5A – CM and NDT


Chair: Professor F Pellicano
Room: The Victoria
Session 5B – CM of rotating machinery

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] Vibration condition monitoring by the higher-order spectral analysis

L Gelman and A D Ball
University of Huddersfield, UK
[227] AI approaches to interpretation of electrial CM data

I Mitchie1, A Nesbitt1, S Connor2, P Boreham2, J Slater1 and T McGrail3
1Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
2Doble PowerTest, UK
3Doble Engineering, USA
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] THIS SLOT IS AVAILABLE FOR A LATE SUBMISSION [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 – CM and NDT


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


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

Thursday 27 June
08.00Registration – Room: Hotel Foyer
Tea and Coffee – Room: The Regent
09.00-09.30 Plenary Keynote Lecture [301] Development of NDE techniques for the maintenance of long-span steel bridges based on infrared measurement
Professor T Sakagami, Kobe University, Japan
Chair: D Gilbert, CEO BINDT, UK
Room: The Victoria 
 

Session 7A: General CM

Chair: Professor S Noroozi
Room: The Victoria
Session 7B – Failure analysis and diagnostics

Chair: Professor A Hope
Room: The Buchannan
09.30-09.50[302] Invited overview presentation: Gearing up for machine health

A Starr
Cranfield University, UK
[303] Liquefied petroleum gas plant maintenance: a case study of gangway failure analysis
 
E S Pereira, B M Alkali and O Niculita
Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

09.50-10.10[304] Energy harvester-powered CM in high dynamic range environments

A Wasenczuk
Perpetuum Ltd, UK
[305] Time series analysis of high energy density lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicle applications

H Almadni, B Alkali, G Lak and R Ansell
Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

10.10-10.30[306] Invited overview presentation: Evolution of CM from machine dynamics to human dynamics

S Noroozi
Bournemouth University, UK
[307] An introduction to JANUS: Monition’s cutting-edge Industry 4.0 diagnostic solution

A Rahbarimanesh
Monition Ltd, UK

10.30-10.50 [308] Application of IMUs in monitoring the positional accuracy during micro stepping processes

K Abuowda and S Noroozi
Bournemouth University, UK 
 
10.50-11.10
[309] Invited overview presentation: Mathematical modelling and sensor-based prediction and prognostics of thin coating failures

Z A Khan
Bournemouth University, UK

 
10.50-11.15
Tea and Coffee – Room: The Regent

Session 8ARoom: The Victoria
Session 8B – Room: The Buchannan
11.15-12.15 Vibration analysis training workshop

D Whittle
RMS Ltd, UK
Lubrication analysis training workshop

S Greenfield
Eaton Aerospace, UK

12.15-13.00 Panel Session: Future directions in CM
Chair: Professor L Gelman, University of Huddersfield, UK
Room: The Victoria 
13.00-13.15
Conference Closing Ceremony – Room: The Victoria
13.15Lunch – Room: The Regent 

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