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04-05-2010 / Hungary
38th ESReDA Seminar and the 3rd joint ESReDA
ESRA seminar on Advanced Maintenance Modelling -
Sunday 8 November 2009 , Sandrine Beaujon


38th ESReDA Seminar and the 3rd joint ESReDA/ESRA seminar on Advanced Maintenance Modelling (4-5th May, 2010)

The Regional Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Science Pecs, Hungary (http://www.pte.hu/pab/)

The failure of many systems results in inconvenience and possible loss of revenue from its ssociated unavailability. When the system is safety critical the consequence of failure can be catastrophic with loss of life. Maintenance is the activity undertaken to control the state of the asset and aims where possible to prevent failures or reduce the consequential downtime should they occur. Maintenance activities can be either proactive or reactive and include: preventive maintenance (reducing the probability of failure) by servicing and modification of the system or its components; and corrective maintenance (rectifying failures) by component repair or replacement.

Maintenance planning will determine how the resources of personnel, spares and specialist equipment will be utilized to control the state of the system and its components. The maintenance management scheme establishes how the components and subsystems will be maintained, balancing the effort distributed between preventive and corrective activities within the limitations imposed on the resources.

The selection of the maintenance action and when it is performed can control the degradation processes associated with a system in order to deliver an acceptable or even optimal level of performance.

An effective and efficient maintenance scheme often plays a vital role in a system reaching to required levels of performance, particularly as the asset ages. Modelling is the process by which such a maintenance scheme can be established. This seminar looks at the current state-of-the-art in maintenance modelling and the developments that have taken place which are required to evaluate changing face of maintenance practices.

Topics (include , but are not limited to) :

- Modelling the influence of maintenance on the reliability and availability performance of systems.

- Modelling the degradation of systems and components to identify appropriate maintenance actions.

- System health monitoring.

- Fault detection and failure identification methods.

- Component prognostics (determining when to replace/ repair components by monitoring their condition)

- Systems prognostics (predicting the system reliability when component failure or deterioration conditions are known).

- Planning of inspection and testing schedules (eg risk based, reliability based).

- Optimal maintenance schemes.

- Industrial case studies

SEMINAR ORGANISATION

The seminar is jointly organised by ESReDA and ESRA

Chairman of the seminar Henrik Kortner, (ESReDA President/DNV, Norway)

Technical program committee

John Andrews (University of Nottingham, UK) Aitor Arnaiz (Tekniker, Spain) Piero Baraldi (Politechnico Di Milano, Italy) Lisa Bartlett (Loughborough University, UK) Christophe Berenguer (University de Technologie de Troyes, France) Mohamed Eid (CEA, France) Mitra Fouladirad (University de Technologie de Troyes, France) Adel Ghobbar (TU Delft, Netherlands) Rafael Gouriveau (Femto-st, France) Benoit Iung (Nancy University, France) André Lannoy (IMdR, France) Eric Leveret (Nancy University, France) Darren Prescott (Loughborough University, UK) Sipke van Manen (Rijkswaterstaat, Netherlands) Cyp van Rijn (University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, Netherlands) Enrico Zio (Politechnico Di Milano, Italy)

Organising committee

Mohamed Eid (CEA, France) John Andrews (University of Nottingham, UK)

RELEVANT DATES

Deadline for abstracts: 29th January 2010

Notification of authors: 26th February 2010

Submission of full papers: 26th March 2010

Date of Seminar: 4th May 2010

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION Proposed abstracts should not contain more than 500 words. The author should clearly state the paper title, the exact subject of the work, the obtained (expected) results and the added value of the work. Authors are invited to submit their proposals of abstracts directly to: John Andrews (mailto: john.andrews (at) nottingham.ac.uk)

   


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