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Tuesday, July 8, 2014 — Opening Remarks, Technical Paper Sessions, Social Hour (Joint with EWSHM)
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 — Keynote Speeches, Tutorials, Technical Paper Sessions, Industrial Panel Session, Social Hour, Banquet Dinner and Awards Ceremony
Thursday, July 10, 2014 — Tutorials, Technical Paper Sessions, SHM/PHM in Action, Closing Remarks


Monday, July 7, 2014 Location
17h30–19h30 Conference Registration Open Mezzanine
17h30–19h30 Ice Breaker (Joint with EWSHM) R2
Tuesday, July 8, 2014 Location
08h00–17h00 Conference Registration Open Foyer Bas
08h15–08h30 Opening Remarks Salle 300
8h30–10h00 Session 1A: Battery PHM Applications
Session Chair: Bhaskar Saha–PARC, USA
Salle BC
Adaptive Driving Situation Characterization for Predicting the Driving Load of Electric Vehicles in Uncertain Environments
Javier A. Oliva1, Torsten Bertram2
1,2 Technische Universitat Dortmund, Germany
A Real-time Data-driven Method for Battery Health Prognostics in Electric Vehicle Use
Anthony Barré1, Frédéric Suard2, Mathias Gérard3, Delphine Riu4
1,2,3 French Atomic Center (CEA), France
4 Grenoble INP, France
Online Prediction of Battery Discharge and Estimation of Parasitic Loads for an Electric Aircraft
Brian Bole1, Matthew Daigle2, George Gorospe3
1,3 SGT, Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
2 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
8h30–10h00 Session 1B: Model-based Diagnostics Methods
Session Chair: Agusmian Ompusunggu–FMTC, Belgium
Salle 300
Diagnosability-Based Sensor Placement through Structural Model Decomposition
Matthew Daigle1, Indranil Roychoudhury2, Anibal Bregon3
1 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
2 SGT, Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
3 University of Valladolid, Spain
A Comparison of Methods for Linear Cell-to-Cell Mapping and Application Example for Fault Detection and Isolation
Sara Mohon1, Pierluigi Pisu2
1,2 Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research, USA
Identification and classification protocol for complex systems
Ngoc Hoang Tran1, Mohammed-Farouk Bouaziz2, Eric Zamaï3
1,3 Grenoble-INP, France
2 Lorraine University, France
8h30–10h00 Session 1C: PHM in Nuclear Power Plants
Session Chair: Enrico Zio–Ecole Central Paris and Supelec, France; Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Salle 150
Dynamic Weighted PSVR-Based Ensembles for Prognostics of Nuclear Components
Jie Liu1, Valeria Vitelli2, Redouane Seraoui3, Enrico Zio4
1 EDF, CentraleSupelec, France
2 University of Oslo, Norway
3 EDF, France
4 Politecnico di Milano, Italy; Ecole Centrale Paris and Supelec, France
Remaining Useful Life Estimation for Air Filters at a Nuclear Power Plant
Olli Saarela1, John E. Hulsund2, Aimo Taipale3, Morten Hegle4
1,2,4 Institutt for Energiteknikk, Norway
1,3 VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
Prognostics for Light Water Reactor Sustainability: Empirical Methods for Heat Exchanger Prognostic Lifetime Predictions
Zachary Welz1, Alan Nam2, Michael Sharp3, J. Wesley Hines4, Belle R. Upadhyaya5
1,2,3,4 University of Tennessee, USA
10h00–10h30 Networking Break Mezzanine
10h30–12h30 Session 2A: Data-driven Approaches for Diagnostics
Session Chair: Emmanuel Ramasso–FEMTO-ST, France
Salle 300
A Data-Driven Approach for on-line Gas Turbine Combustion Monitoring using Classification Models
Carmine Allegorico1, Valerio Mantini2
1,2 General Electric Oil and Gas, Italy
Statistical Approach to Diagnostic Rules for Various Malfunctions of Journal Bearing System Using Fisher Discriminant Analysis
Byungchul Jeon1, Joonha Jung2, Byeng D. Youn3, Yeonwhan Kim4, Yong-Chae Bae5
1,2,3 Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
4,5 KEPCO Research Institute, Republic of Korea
Anomaly Detection Using Self-Organizing Maps-Based K-Nearest Neighbor Algorithm
Jing Tian1, Michael H. Azarian2, Michael Pecht3
1,2,3 University of Maryland, USA
Refining Envelope Analysis Methods using Wavelet De-Noising to Identify Bearing Faults
Edward Max Bertot1, Pierre-Philippe Beaujean2, David Vendittis3
1,2,3 Florida Atlantic University, USA
10h30–12h30 Session 2B: Prognostics and Health Management Design – I
Session Chair: Abhinav Saxena–SGT/NASA, USA
Salle 150
Towards an Integrated COTS Toolset for IVHM Design
Octavian Niculita1, Ian K. Jennions2, Miguel Medina Valdez3
1,2,3 Cranfield University, UK
Prognostics and Energy Efficiency: Survey and Investigations
Anh Hoang1, Phuc Do2, Benoît Iung3, Eric Levrat4, Alexandre Voisin5
1,2,3,4,5 Lorraine University, France
Aligning PHM, SHM and CBM by understanding the physical system failure behaviour
Tiedo Tinga1, Richard Loendersloot2
1,2 University of Twente, The Netherlands
1 Netherlands Defense Academy, The Netherlands
Practical PHM for Medium to Large Aerospace Grade Li-Ion Battery Systems
Mike Boost1, Kyle Hamblin2, John Jackson3, Yair Korenblit4, Ravi Rajamani5, Thom Stevens6, Joe Stewart7
1,3,6,7 Securaplane, a Meggitt company, USA
2,4,5 Meggitt, USA
10h30–12h30 Session 2C: Model-based Prognostics Methods
Session Chair: Matthew Daigle–NASA, USA
Salle BC
Sequential Monte Carlo sampling for crack growth prediction providing for several uncertainties
Matteo Corbetta1, Claudio Sbarufatti2, Andrea Manes3, Marco Giglio4
1,2,3,4 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
A Prognostic Approach Based on Particle Filtering and Optimized Tuning Kernel Smoothing
Yang Hu1, Piero Baraldi2, Francesco Di Maio3, Enrico Zio4
1,2,3,4 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
4 Ecole Centrale Paris and Supelec, France
Degradation prognosis based on a model of Gamma process mixture
Edith Grall-Maes1, Pierre Beauseroy2, Antoine Grall3
1,2,3 Universite de Technologie de Troyes, France
An efficient simulation framework for prognostics of asymptotic processes- a case study in composite materials
Manuel Chiachío1, Juan Chiachío2, Abhinav Saxena3, Guillermo Rus4, Kai Goebel5
1,2,4 University of Granada, Spain
3,5 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
12h30–13h50 Lunch Break R0
13h50–15h50 Session 3A: Data-Driven Approaches for Prognostics – I
Session Chair: Benoit Iung–Lorraine University, France
Salle 300
An approach for feature extraction and selection from non-trending data for machinery prognosis
James Kuria Kimotho1, Walter Sextro2
1,2 University of Paderborn, Germany
Investigating Computational Geometry for Failure Prognostics in Presence of Imprecise Health Indicator: Results and Comparisons on C-MAPSS Datasets
Emmanuel Ramasso1
1 National School of Engineering in Mechanics and Microtechnics (ENSMM), France
Comparison of binary classifiers for data-driven prognosis of jet engines health
Jean-Loup Loyer1, Elsa Henriques2, Steve Wiseall3
1,2 Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
3 Rolls-Royce plc, UK
Unsupervised Kernel Regression Modeling Approach for RUL Prediction
Racha Khelif1, Simon Malinowski2, Brigitte Chebel-Morello3, Noureddine Zerhouni4
1,2,3,4 FEMTO – ST Institute, France
13h50–15h50 Session 3B: Performance Evaluation and Validation of PHM
Session Chair: Brian Bole–SGT/NASA, USA
Salle 150
A Certifiable Approach towards Integrated Solution for Aircraft Readiness Management
Partha Pratim Adhikari1, Dhaval Makhecha2, Matthias Buderath3
1,2 Airbus Defence and Space, India
3 Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
Operational Metrics to Assess Performances of a Prognosis Function. Application to Lubricant of a Turbofan Engine Over-Consumption Prognosis
Ouadie Hmad1, Jean-Rémi Masse2, Edith Grall-Maës3, Pierre Beauseroy4, Agnès Mathevet5
1,5 Safran Engineering Services, France
2 Safran Snecma, France
1,3,4 Universite de Technologie de Troyes, France
Performance Evaluation for Fleet-based and Unit-based Prognostic Methods
Abhinav Saxena1, Shankar Sankararaman2, Kai Goebel3
1,2 SGT, Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
3 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
13h50–15h50 Session 3C: PHM in Wind Energy Applications
Session Chair: Marcias Martinez–Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Salle BC
Advanced Data Mining Approach for Wind Turbines Fault Prediction
Houari Toubakh1, Moamar Sayed-Mouchaweh2
1,2 Institut Mines-Telecom, Mines-Douai, France
Fault Diagnosis Methods for Wind Turbines Health Monitoring: a Review
Bouthaina Abichou1, Diana Flórez2, Moamar Sayed-Mouchaweh3, Houari Toubakh4, Bruno François5, Nicolas Girard6
1,3,4 Institut Mines-Telecom, Mines-Douai, France
2,5 Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
6 Maia Eolis, France
Economic Aspects of Prognostics and Health Management Systems in the Wind Industry
Christian T. Geiss1
1 Industrieanlagen-Betriebsgesellschaft, Germany
Fault Diagnostics of Planet Gears in Wind Turbine Using Autocorrelation-based Time Synchronous Averaging (ATSA)
Jong Moon Ha1, Jungho Park2, Byeng D. Youn3, Yoong Ho Jung4
1,2,3 Seoul National University, Korea
4 Pusan National University, Korea
15h50–16h10 Networking Break Mezzanine
16h10–18h10 Session 4A: Data-Driven Approaches for Prognostics – II
Session Chair: Manuel Chiachío–University of Granada, Spain
Salle 300
A Similarity-based Prognostics Approach for Remaining Useful Life Prediction
Omer F. Eker1, Fatih Camci2, Ian K. Jennions3
1,3 Cranfield University, UK
2 Antalya International University, Turkey
Evaluation of the Training Process of three different Prognostic Approaches based on the Gaussian Process
Christian Preusche1, Christoph Anger2, Uwe Klingauf3
1,2,3 Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Germany
Statistical Aspects in Neural Network for the Purpose of Prognostics
Dawn An1, Nam-Ho Kim2, Joo-Ho Choi3
1,2 University of Florida, USA
1,3 Korea Aerospace University, Korea
Fault Prognosis with Stochastic Modelling on Critical Points of Discrete Processes
Thi-Bich-Lien Nguyen1, Mohand Djeziri2, Bouchra Ananou3, Mustapha Ouladsine4, Jacques Pinaton5
1,2,3,4 Aix Marseille University, France
5 STMicroelectronics, France
16h10–18h10 Session 4B: Dealing with Uncertainty in PHM
Session Chair: Giovanni Jacazio–Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Salle 150
Uncertainty in Prognostics and Health Management: An Overview
Shankar Sankararaman1, Kai Goebel2
1 SGT, Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
2 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Quantification of Signal Reconstruction Uncertainty in Fault Detection Systems
Sameer Al-Dahidi1, Piero Baraldi2, Francesco Di Maio3, Enrico Zio4
1,2,3,4 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
4 Ecole Centrale Paris and Supelec, France
A General Framework for Uncertainty Propagation Based on Point Estimate Methods
René Schenkendorf1
1 German Aerospace Center, Germany
Integrated Diagnosis and Prognosis of Uncertain Systems: A Bond Graph Approach
Mayank Shekhar Jha1, Geneviève Dauphin-Tanguy2, Belkacem Ould-Bouamama3
1,2 Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
3 Polytech-Lille, Universite de Lille 1, France
16h10–18h10 Session 4C: Sensors and Sensing for PHM
Session Chair: Christos Emmanouillidis–Athena R.C., Greece
Salle BC
Wireless Modular System for Vessel Engines Monitoring, Condition Based Maintenance and Vessel’s Performance Analysis
Serafeim Katsikas1, Dimitrios Dimas2, Angelos Defigos3, Apostolos Routzomanis4, Konstantina Mermikli5
1,2,4,5 Prisma Electronics SA, Greece
3 Athens, Greece
Smart Sensors for Condition Based Maintenance: a Test Case in the Manufacturing Industry
Simone Pala1, Luca Fumagalli2, Marco Garetti3, Marco Macchi4
1,2,3,4 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Linear Polarization Resistance Sensor Using the Structure as a Working Electrode
Douglas W. Brown1, Richard J. Connolly2, Duane R. Darr3, Bernard Laskowski4
1,2,3,4 Analatom, Inc., USA
Diagnostics of Mechanical Faults in Power Transformers – Vibration Sensor Network Design under Vibration Uncertainty
Joung Taek Yoon1, Kyung Min Park2, Byeng D. Youn3, Wook-Ryun Lee4
1,2,3 Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
4 Korea Electric Power Research Institute (KEPRI), Republic of Korea
18h10–19h30 Social Hour (Joint with EWSHM) and Poster Session Mezzanine
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 Location
08h30–17h00 Conference Registration Open Foyer Bas
08h30–10h00 Keynote Speeches (Joint with ESWHM) Auditorium
10h00–10h30 Networking Break Mezzanine
10h30–12h30 Tutorial Session 1 – Consistency Based Diagnosis
Dr. Anibal Bregon, Univ. of Valladolid, Spain
Salle 300
10h30–12h30 Tutorial Session 2 – Particle Filters for Prognostics
Dr. Piero Baraldi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Salle 150
12h30–14h00 Lunch Break R0
14h00–16h00 Session 5A: Condition Monitoring in Rotating Machinery
Session Chair: Jean-Baptiste Leger–Predict, France
Salle 300
Motor current signature analysis for gearbox health monitoring: Experiment, signal analysis and classification
Iñaki Bravo-Imaz1, Alfredo García-Arribas2, Susana Ferreiro3, Santiago Fernandez4, Aitor Arnaiz5
1,3,4,5 IK4 – TEKNIKER, Spain
2 Universidad del Pais Vasco, Spain
Effect of parameters setting on performance of discrete component removal (DCR) methods for bearing faults detection
Bovic Kilundu1, Agusmian Partogi Ompusunggu2, Faris Elasha3, David Mba4
1,2 Flanders Mechatronics Technology Centre, Belgium
3,4 Cranfield University, UK
Vibration Based Blind Identification of Bearing Failures for Autonomous Wireless Sensor Nodes
Andrea Sanchez Ramirez1, Richard Loendersloot2, Tiedo Tinga3
1,2,3 University of Twente, The Netherlands
A Model-based Approach to Detect an Under-Lubricated Condition in a Ball Bearing
Ranjith-Kumar Sreenilayam-Raveendran1, Michael H. Azarian2, Michael Pecht3
1,2,3 University of Maryland, USA
14h00–16h00 Session 5B: PHM for Electronics Applications
Session Chair: Kamal Medjaher–FEMTO-ST, France
Salle 150
Accelerated life tests for prognostic and health management of MEMS devices
Haithem Skima1, Kamal Medjaher2, Noureddine Zerhouni3
1,2,3 FEMTO-ST Institute, Franche-Comte University/CNRS/ENSMM, France
Methodology for Integrated Failure-Cause Diagnosis with Bayesian Approach: Application to Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment
Asma Abu Samah1, Muhammad Kashif Shahzad2, Eric Zamai3, Stéphane Hubac4
1,2,3 Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France
4 STMicroelectronics, France
A Bayesian network based approach to improve the effectiveness of maintenance actions in Semiconductor Industry
Anis Ben Said1, Muhammad Kashif Shahzad2, Eric Zamai3, Stéphane Hubac4, Michel Tollenaere5
1,4 STMicroelectronics, France
1,2,3,5 Univ. Grenoble Alpes, France
A Particle Filtering-Based Approach for the Prediction of the Remaining Useful Life of an Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitor
Marco Rigamonti1, Piero Baraldi2, Enrico Zio3, Daniel Astigarraga4, Ainhoa Galarza5
1,2,3 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
3 Ecole Centrale Paris and Supelec, France
4,5 CEIT, Spain
14h00–16h00 Session 5C: CBM and Informed Logistics
Session Chair: Wes Hines–The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
Salle BC
A Joint Predictive Maintenance and Spare Parts Provisioning Policy for Multi-component Systems Using RUL Prediction and Importance Measure
Kim-Anh Nguyen1, Phuc Do2, Antoine Grall3
1,3 Troyes University of Technology, France
2 Lorraine University, France
Architectures and Key Points for Implementation of E-maintenance Based on Intelligent Sensor Networks
Serafeim Katsikas1, Apostolos Routzomanis2, Konstantina Mermikli3, Dimitrios Dimas4, Christos Koulamas5, Vasilis Katsouros6, Christos Emmanouilidis7
1,2,3,4 Prisma Electronics SA, Greece
5 Industrial Systems Institute, Athena Research and Innovation Centre, Greece
6,7 Institute for Language and Speech Processing, Athena Research and Innovation Centre, Greece
Model-Based Approach for an Optimal Maintenance Strategy
Bhaskar Saha1, Tomonori Honda2, Ion Matei3, Eric Saund4, Johan de Kleer5, Tolga Kurtoglu6, Zsolt Lattmann7
1,2,3,4,5,6 Palo Alto Research Center, USA
7 Vanderbilt University, USA
Modeling the Semantics of Failure Context as a means to offer Context-Adaptive Maintenance Support
Petros Pistofidis1, Christos Emmanouilidis2, Aggelos Papadopoulos3, Pantelis N. Botsaris4
1,2 Athena Research and Innovation Center, Greece
1,4 Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
3 Kleemann Lifts SA, Greece
16h00–16h20 Networking Break Mezzanine
16h20–18h20 Panel Session – Health Ready Components
Steven Holland, GM Global R&D
Salle 300
16h20–18h20 Session 6C: Industrial Applications of PHM
Session Chair: Michel Schieber–Cassidian, France
Salle BC
Definition of parametric methods for fault analysis applied to an electromechanical servomechanism affected by multiple failures
Paolo Maggiore1, Matteo D. L. Dalla Vedova2, Lorenzo Pace3, Alessio Desando4
1,2,3,4 Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Performance and Condition Monitoring of Tidal Stream Turbines
Roger I. Grosvenor1, Paul W. Prickett2, Carwyn Frost3, Matthew Allmark4
1,2,3,4 Cardiff University, UK
Lessons Learned in Fleetwide Asset Monitoring of Gas Turbines and Supporting Equipment in Power Generation Applications
Preston Johnson1
1 National Instruments, USA
Leveraging Next Generation Reasoning for Prognostics and Health Management of the Smart Grid
Gilbert Cassar1, Mark Walker2, Yueting Yang3
1 UReason, UK
2 UReason North America, USA
3 UReason, Netherlands
19h30–22h30 Social Hour, Banquet Dinner, and Awards Ceremony Machines de I’lle
Thursday, July 10, 2014 Location
08h30–17h00 Conference Registration Open Foyer Bas
08h30–10h00 Tutorial Session 3 – Cyber-Physical Systems and Big Data Analytics for PHM Transformation
Dr. Jay Lee, Univ. of Cincinnati, USA
Salle 300
08h30–10h00 Tutorial Session 4 – Electronics PHM
Dr. Abhinav Saxena, SGT Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
Salle 150
10h00–10h30 Networking Break Mezzanine
10h30–12h30 Session 7A: Decision-Optimization in CBM/PHM
Session Chair: Ian Jennions–Cranfield University, USA
Salle 300
Multi-objective optimization of OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) regarding production speed and energy consumption
Adriaan Van Horenbeek1, Liliane Pintelon2, Abdellatif Bey-Temsamani3, Andrei Bartic4
1,2 Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
3,4 Flanders Mechatronics Technology Centre, Belgium
Designing for Human-Centred Decision Support Systems in PHM
Darren McDonnell1, Nora Balfe2, Sameer Al-Dahidi3, Garret E. O’Donnell4
1,4 School of Engineering, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
2 Centre for Innovative Human Systems, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
3 Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Development of Diagnostics & Prognostics for Condition-Based Decision Support
Heiko Mikat1, Antonino Marco Siddiolo2, Matthias Buderath3
1,2,3 Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
Aircraft Preventive Diagnosis Based on Failure Conditions Graphs
Vincent Chérière1
1 Airbus Operations SAS, France
10h30–12h30 Session 7B: Prognostics and Health Management Design – II
Session Chair: Anibal Bregon–University of Valladolid, Spain
Salle 150
Placement of alert thresholds on abnormality scores
Jean-Rémi Massé1, Aurore Humeau2, Pierre Lalonde3, Armand Alimardani4
1,3 Safran Snecma, France
2,4 Safran Engineering Services, France
Investigation of an Indicator for On-line Diagnosis of Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell Flooding using Model Based Techniques
Lei Mao1, Lisa Jackson2, Sarah Dunnett3, Andrey Vasilyev4
1,2,3,4 Loughborough University, UK
Derivation of Fuzzy Diagnosis Rules for Multifunctional Fuel Cell Systems
Christian Modest1, Frank Thielecke2
1,2 Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
Towards the Industrial Application of PHM: Challenges and Methodological Approach
Antonio J. Guillén López1, Adolfo Crespo Márquez2, Juan Fco. Gómez Fernández3, Alejandro Guerrero Bolaños4
1,2,3,4 University of Seville, Spain
10h30–12h30 Session 7C: Control-based PHM Methods
Session Chair: Tiedo Tinga –Dutch Defense Academy, Netherlands
Salle BC
Closed-loop Control System for the Reliability of Intelligent Mechatronic Systems
Tobias Meyer1, Walter Sextro2
1,2 University of Paderborn, Germany
Networked Modular Technology for Integrated Aircraft Health Monitoring: Application to Rotary Structures
Hamza Boukabache1, Vincent Robert2, Christophe Escriba3, Jean-Y ves. Fourniol4, Jean-Philippe Furlan5
1,2,5 ECA Group, France
3,4 French National Center for Scientific Research, France
Remaining Useful Life Estimation of Stochastically Deteriorating Feedback Control Systems with a Random Environment and Impact of Prognostic Result on the Maintenance Process
Danh Ngoc Nguyen1, Laurence Dieulle2, Antoine Grall3
1,2,3 Troyes University of Technology, France
Robust Passive Fault Tolerant Control Applied to Jet Engine Equipment
Y. Souami1, N. Mechbal2, S. Ecoutin3
1,2 Process and Engineering in Mechanics and Materials Laboratory, France
1,3 Snecma, France
12h30–13h30 Lunch Break R0
13h30–15h30 Session 8A: Degradation Modeling for Prognostics
Session Chair: Piero Baraldi–Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Salle 300
Duplex ball bearing outer ring deformation – Simulation and experiments
Mor Battat1, Gideon Kogan2, Alex Kushnirsky3, Renata Klein4, Jacob Bortman5
1,2,3,5 Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
4 R.K. Diagnostics, Israel
A Prognostic Framework For Electromagnetic Relay Contacts
Andrew J. Wileman1, Suresh Perinpanayagam2
1,2 Cranfield University, UK
Physics-Based Degradation Modelling for Filter Clogging
Omer F. Eker1, Fatih Camci2, Ian K. Jennions3
1,3 Cranfield University, UK
2 Antalya International University, Turkey
A generic ageing model for prognosis – Application to Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines
Garance Vinson1, Pauline Ribot2, Michel Combacau3
1 Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, France
2,3 CNRS LAAS, Univ. De Toulouse, France
13h30–15h30 Session 8B: PHM for Structures
Session Chair: Hamza Boukabache–ECA Group, France
Salle 150
A Model-Based Prognostics Framework to Predict Fatigue Damage Evolution and Reliability in Composites
Juan Chiachío1, Manuel Chiachío2, Abhinav Saxena3, Guillermo Rus4, Kai Goebel5
1,2,4 University of Granada, Spain
3,5 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
On-board SHM System Architecture and Operational Concept for Small Commuter Aircraft
Jindrich Finda1, Radek Hédl2
1,2 Honeywell International s.r.o., Czech Republic
Cure Monitoring of Composite Carbon/Epoxy through Electrical Impedance Analysis
M. Mounkaila1, T. Camps2, S. Sassi3, Ph. Marguerès4, Ph. Olivier5, J.Y. Fourniols6, C. Escriba7
1,2,3,4,5,6,7 Universite de Toulouse, France
1,2,6,7 CNRS LAAS, France
Structural Health Monitoring of Composite Structures using embedded PZT Sensors in Space Application
Sandera Cenek1, Rastogi Mudit2, Hedl Radek3
1,2,3 Honeywell International s.r.o., Czech Republic
13h30–15h30 Session 8C: Data and Information Management for PHM
Session Chair: Juan Chiachío –University of Granada, Spain
Salle BC
Evolving the Data Management Backbone: Binary OSA-CBM and Code Generation for OSA-EAI
Andreas Löhr1, Matthias Buderath2
1 Linova Software GmbH, Germany
2 Airbus Defence and Space, Germany
Data Acquisition and Signal Analysis from Measured Motor Currents for Defect Detection in Electromechanical Drive Systems
Christian Lessmeier1, Olaf Enge-Rosenblatt2, Christian Bayer3, Detmar Zimmer4
1,4 University of Paderborn
2,3 Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, Germany
Key factor identification for energy consumption analysis
Gabriela Medina-Oliva1, Alexandre Voisin2, Maxime Monnin3, Jean-Baptiste Leger4, Benoit Iung5
1,3,4 PREDICT 19, France
2,5 Universite de Lorraine, France
Data quality and reliability: a cornerstone for PHM processes
Jean-Baptiste Leger1, Pierre-Jean Krauth2, Guillaume Groussier3, Maxime Monnin4, Alain Mouchette5, Fayçal Lawayeb6
1,4 PREDICT 19, France
2,5,6 ArcelorMittal Global Research and Development, France
3 ArcelorMittal, France
15h30–15h40 Final Remarks and Conference Closing Salle 300
15h30–15h50 Networking Break Mezzanine
15h50–17h50 SHM/PHM in Action Auditorium
18h30–22h00 Possible Dinner and Get Together Bé2M Restaurant

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Accepted Posters

  1. Synthetic Data for Hybrid PrognosisMadhav Mishra, Urko Leturiondo, and Diego Galar
  2. A Multivariate Statistical Approach for the Implementation of a Health Monitoring System of Mechanical Power DrivesAlberto Bellazzi, Giovanni Jacazio, Bruno Maino, Guerogui Mihaylov, and Franco Pellerey
  3. Study on condition based maintenance using on-line monitoring and prognostics suitable to the research reactorSang-Hoon Bae, Han-Ju Cha, and Young-Suk Suh
  4. Expert Guided Adaptive MaintenanceTony Lindgren and Jonas Biteus

Accepted Student Posters

  1. Some diagnostic and prognostic methods for components supporting electrical energy management in a military vehicle Guillaume Bastard
  2. Health monitoring and lifetime prognosis for PEM fuel cell systemsAndrey Vasilyev, Lei Mao, Lisa Jackson, and Sarah Dunnett
  3. Identification and evaluation of the potentials of Prognostics and Health Management in future civil aircraftSebastian Torhorst, Nico B. Holzel, and Volker Gollnick
  4. Prognosis of Systems based on Partial KnowledgeRadouane Ouladsine
  5. Information Fusion processes in Prognostics and Health ManagementBernard Schmidt
  6. Estimation of Li-ion Battery Model Parameter for Capacity Fade AnalysisHyeon Su Nam, Jaewook Lee, Jooho Choi, Minyoung Yoo, Seung Yeon Han, and Wooseok Sung
  7. Healthy Assessment tool for bearings Physical Systems inspired from Chronicle disease DiagnosisMohammed Chakib, K. Medjaher, N. Berrached, Noureddine Zerhouni
  8. Health Management System for the Hydraulic Servoactuators of Fly-by-Wire Primary Flight Control SystemsAndrea Mornacchi and Matteo Vignolo