2011
Europe

2011 ARS Europe

Program of Presentations and Tutorials

This matrix presents the program of the presentations, tutorials and other events planned for the 2011 International Applied Reliability Symposium, Europe. A print-ready brochure (*.pdf, 1650 KB) also is available.

 
Wednesday - March 23 Thursday - March 24

2011

Track 1 Track 2 Track 1 Track 2
7:00-8:30 Registration  
8:30-9:00 Welcome
(in Track 1 Room)
9:00-9:10 10 Minute Break
9:10-10:10 T1-S1
Facilitation Skills for FMEA Leaders

David J. Auda
QuEST Global Inc, GE Energy
T2-S1
Reliability: Is It a Blessing or a Curse?

John van Schendel
Relia-Easy
T1-S5
Reliability Analysis and RBI Planning for Industrial Vessels

Andrzej Kozak
UDT
T2-S5
Tools to Capture Customer Needs

Melvin Brinkman
Sensata Technologies
10:10-10:30 20 Minute Break
10:30-11:30 T1-S2
"Real-Time" FMECA: Using Xfmea to Manage Technical Risk in the Oil & Gas Industry

Chris Davis
GE Oil & Gas
T2-S2
Mismanaging RAMS: L3 or Lost Lessons Learned

Jean-Marie Pierre Cloarec
Bombardier Transportation
T1-S6
Reliability Engineering Inside

Jasper Lipsch
Mainnovation
T2-S6
Reliability Process Management (RPM): RPM Review for Complex Systems

James Bartos
International TechneGroup Incorporated
11:30-1:00 1 Hour 30 Minute Lunch Break
1:00-2:00 T1-S3
Effective Reliability Engineering Management

Emek Akgezer
Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc.
T2-S3
Product Development Under Consideration of Component Obsolescence and Reliability Risks

Stephen May
Cameron
T1-S7
Recurrent Event Analysis: How to Detect Failed Maintenance Actions Among Failure Events Based on Data Exploration Experience

Marek Mikołajewski
GE Oil & Gas
T2-S7
Practical Reliability Testing of Structures under Road Loadings

Julio Pulido
Ingersoll Rand
2:00-2:20 20 Minute Break
2:20-3:20 T1-S4
The Optimum Replacement Time Considering Reliability Growth, Life Cycle and Operational Costs

Eduardo Calixto
Petrobras
T2-S4
Prediction Methods for Extremely Long Life, One-Shot, Non-Reparable Lighting Systems

Dr. Géza Szeghy
GE Lighting
T1-S8
Preventive Maintenance: Using Industrial RCM to Set Up Preventive Maintenance in a Glass Manufacturing Plant

Loek Willenborg
Scheuten Glass
T2-S8
Increasing Mandrel Life in Cold Ring Rolling Process: An Application of DOE Principles to Reliability Analysis

Tayfun Kocabas
S.P.A.C. Consulting
3:20-3:30 10 Minute Break
3:30-5:00 T1-T1
Asset Management Supported by Reliability Engineering

Claudio Caiani Spano
ReliaSoft Brasil
T2-T1
Essential Elements and Activities for a Successful Reliability Program

Pantelis Vassiliou
ReliaSoft Corporation
T1-T2
Practical Approach to RCM for Setting Up Maintenance for Your Plant

Martin van den Hout
Egemin Consulting
T2-T2
Applying DOE in Accelerated Test Planning

Adamantios Mettas
ReliaSoft Corporation
5:00-6:00        
6:00-9:00    

 Reception

Friday - March 25
  Track 1 Track 2
7:30-8:00 Attendance Certificates Issued
8:00-9:00 T1-S9
Field Failure Analysis – An Important Step in Reducing Maintenance Costs

Amnon Ganot
Gertron Ltd.
T2-S9
Ten Things You Should Know About HALT & HASS

Albertyn Barnard
Lambda Consulting
9:00-9:10 10 Minute Break
9:10-10:10 T1-S10
How Can Machine Tool and Plant Manufacturers Increase the Trustability of the Needed Reliability Figures?

Dominic Appel
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
T2-S10
Advanced Reliability Analysis of Warranty Databases (RAW) Concept

Stefan Bracke
University of Wuppertal
10:10-10:20 10 Minute Break
10:20-11:20 T1-S11
Reliability of Voltage-Source Converters: Reliability Standards, Aging Components and Load-Sharing Redundancy

Gernot J. Riedel
ABB Switzerland
T2-S11
Component Life and Reliability Optimization of the Supply System for Mobile Refrigeration and A/C Units

Václav Verner
Ingersoll Rand Equipment Manufacturing Czech Republic s.r.o.
11:20-11:30 10 Minute Break
11:30-12:00 Excellent Presentation Awards

 

Continuing Education Credit: 1.4 CEUs and 1 CRP Credit

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