Program

WCEAM/VETOMAC 2017 DRAFT PROGRAM

(Subject to Change)
Wednesday 2 August 2017
8.00am Registration Opens
  Boulevard Level, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
9.00am Opening
Welcome to Country
Boulevard Auditorium

Welcome Addresses
Adjunct Professor Joseph Mathew, Congress Chair, Asset Institute, Australia
Professor Joe Amadi-Echendu, ISEAM Chair, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Professor C W Lim, City University of Hong Kong, China (VETOMAC)
Professor Arun Sharma, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Queensland University of Technology

Opening Address: The Lord Mayor Graham Quirk, Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Australia
9.45am Opening Address by Platinum Sponsor
Delivering Operational Effectiveness in Asset Intensive Industries through Asset Intelligence
Darren Covington, Mainpac, Australia
10.10am Keynote
Intelligent Integration and Interoperability of Critical Infrastructure and Assets
Alan Johnston, MIMOSA (Machinery Information Management Open Systems Architecture), & Standards Leadership Council, USA | Jess B. Kozman, Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association, Singapore
Boulevard Auditorium
10.45am-11.15am Morning Tea & Exhibition
Boulevard Concourse
  CONCURRENT SESSION 1
Wednesday
  SESSION 1.1  SESSION 1.2  SESSION 1.3 SESSION 1.4
  Building Information Modelling
Sponsored by Queensland University of Technology
Sustainability & Climate Change Adaptation of Infrastructure 1 Intelligent & Automatic Fault Diagnosis & Prognosis 1 Reliability Modelling & Maintenance Decision Support 1
  CHAIR: Robin Droegemuller, Queensland University of Technology, Australia CO-CHAIRS: Dr Fahim Tonmoy and Dr David Rissik, NCCARF, Australia CHAIR: Peter W. Tse, City University of Hong Kong, China CHAIR: Lin Ma, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard  Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
11.15am BIM, the Next Steps for Queensland, is it that Simple?
LEAD SPEAKER: Andrew Curthoys, Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, Queensland, Australia
Adaptive Capacity of Australian infrastructure to future climate change risks
LEAD SPEAKER: David Singleton, Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA), Australia
A Smart and Big-Data System for Predicting the Remaining Useful Life of Real Industrial Machines
LEAD SPEAKER: Peter W. Tse, City University of Hong Kong, China
Overhaul decision of repairable systems based on the power-law model fitted by a weighted parameter estimation method
LEAD SPEAKER: Renyan Jiang, Changsha University of Science and Technology, Changsha, China
11.30am
11.45am Innovation in BIM for Emergency Management and Response in High Risk Environments
Peter W Beven, Queensland University of Technology, Senior Advisor, Queensland Health, Australia
Climate Change and Coastal Transport Infrastructure – How Do We Keep Australia Moving?
Greg Fisk, BMT WBM, Australia
Fahim Tonmoy and David Rissik, NCCARF, Australia
The feature analysis for fault diagnosis of rotating machine
Hyeontak Yu, Byunghyun Ahn, Jungpil Noh, Hyomin Jeong and Byeongkeun Choi, GyeongSang National University,Republic of Korea
Statistical analysis for wood poles using sound wood measurements data
Allen Tam, Iris Kwan and Mark Halton, Relken Engineering, Australia
12.00pm BIM in FM: The Real Deal
Malcolm Foort,  ZUUSE, Australia
Centrifugal Compressor Diagnosis Using Kernel PCA and Fuzzy Clustering
X. Liang, F. Duan, D. Mba, B. Ian, Cranfield University, UK
Enablers and barriers of smart data-based asset management services in industrial business networks
Toni Ahonen, Jyri Hanski, Helena Kortelainen, Teuvo Uusitalo, Matti Hyvärinen, Henri Vainio, Susanna Kunttu and Kari Koskinen, VTT Technical Research Centre, Finland
12.15pm Localization of Bluetooth Smart Equipped Assets Based on Building Information Models
Mahtab Nezhadasl, Curtin University, Australia
Evolution of infrastructure and asset climate adaption responses
Mark Gibbs, Queensland University of Technology, Australia 
A Particle Filtering Approach for Aircraft Structure Life Prediction
Xiaotian Wang, China Aero-Polytechnology Establishment, China
Optimal Group Preventive Maintenance Policy for Multiple Identical Leased Devices with Weibull Lifetime Distributions by Using Failure Rate Reduction
Yu-Tzu Cheng, Ruey-Huei Yeh, Yu-Hong Chen and Wei-Chun Chen, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
12.30pm Applying the COBie approach to Linear Infrastructure
Robin Drogemuller, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
   
12.45pm – 1.45pm Lunch & Exhibition
Boulevard Concourse
1.45pm Keynote
Engineering Asset Management: Understanding the Management Element
Professor Kerry Brown, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Boulevard Auditorium
  CONCURRENT SESSION 2
Wednesday
  SESSION 2.1  SESSION 2.2  SESSION 2.3 SESSION 2.4
  Governance & Planning 1 Sustainability & Climate Change Adaptation of Infrastructure 2 Intelligent & Automatic Fault Diagnosis & Prognosis 2 Reliability Modelling & Maintenance Decision Support 2
  CHAIR: Kerry Brown, Edith Cowan University CO-CHAIRS: Dr Fahim Tonmoy and Dr David Rissik, NCCARF, Australia CHAIR: Peter W. Tse, City University of Hong Kong CHAIR: Ming Zuo, University of Alberta, Canada
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard  Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
2.30pm The role of the board in Asset Management: An integrated approach to Governance
LEAD SPEAKER: Monique Beedles, Teak Yew, Australia
Seawalls for coastal protection and climate change adaptation: A case study from the Gold Coast
Rodger Tomlinson  and Leslie Angus Jackson, Griffith Centre for Coastal Management, Australia
Creating Smart Ways of Using Smart Technologies for Asset Management: Challenges, Opportunities, and Future Trends
LEAD SPEAKER: Xiangyu Wang, Curtin University, Australia
Coordination between Maintenance and Production by means of Auction Mechanisms for Increased Efficiency of Production Systems
Günther Prof. Dr.Ing. Schuh and Michael Kurz,  FIR e. V. an der RWTH Aachen / Institute for Industrial Management, Germany
2.45pm  Integrated modelling and decision support of continuous production systems
Samuel Patterson, Paul Hyland and Talara Berry, Queensland University of Technology & Synengco, Australia
3.00pm PANEL SESSION

Better than Best Practice SAMP
Preamble:
Contemporary asset management reflects the general movement to move away from asset maintenance to focus on the bigger picture of life cycle asset assessment, including strategy, risk measurement, safety and environment and human factors. There is also increased awareness that infrastructure assets are the means to deliver services to fulfil citizens’ and their communities’ needs and requirements.

Motivation: Strategic Asset Management Plans are at the forefront of these changes as they signal a shift from simply planning for asset acquisition and ongoing maintenance to a strategic view about determining the purpose and objectives of assets to support the objectives of the organisation. However, it is often unclear how to formulate and develop SAMPs from a strategic perspective and to generate a long-term perspective for assets and service delivery through those assets.

This Panel will discuss next generation examples and latest thinking about SAMPs.

CONVENOR: Kerry Brown, ECU, Australia

PANELISTS
Monique Beedles, Teak Yew, Australia
Alan Rosser, Queensland Rail, Australia
Christine Ip, Queensland Treasury Corporation, Australia
Adapting transport infrastructure to climate change:  Who bears the risk and responsibility?
Samantha Hayes, Griffith University, Australia
Indirect ship hull condition monitoring using speed and fuel consumption analysis
Roar Adland, Pierre Cariou, Haiying Jia and Francois-Charles Wolff, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Norway
Joint Optimization of Preventive Maintenance and Spare Parts Logistics for Multi-echelon Geographically Dispersed Systems
Keren Wang and Dragan Djurdjanovic, University of Texas at Austin, USA
3.15pm Development of autonomous hammering test method for deteriorated concrete structures based on artificial intelligence and 3D positioning system
Katsufumi Hashimoto, Tomoki Shiotani, Takahiro Nishida, Hideo Kumagai and Katsuhiko Kokubo, Kyoto University, Japan
Maintenance Process Improvement Model by Integrating LSS and PM Optimisation
Barrak Alsubaie and Qingping Yang, Brunel University, UK 
3.30pm Flood exposure and social vulnerability for prioritizing local adaptation of urban storm water systems
Tanvir Ahmed,  University of Sydney, Australia
Features analysis of vibration signal according to crack and leakage of heat exchanger tube
Jongmyeong Lee, Hyeontak Yu, Jeongmin Ha, Hyomin Jeong and Byeongkeun Choi, GyeongSang National University, Republic of Korea
Assess the Inter-related Impacts of Carbon Taxation, Electric Power Costs and Solar PV Installation Using System Dynamics Modeling
Amy Trappey and Charles Trappey, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
3.45pm Automated and Predictive Monitoring and Diagnosis in the Energy and Natural Resources Sector
Yvonne Power, IMPower Technologies, Australia
Decision-Making in Asset Management under Regulatory Constraints
Dragan Komljenovic, Georges Abdul-Nour and Jean-François Boudreau, Hydro Quebec Research Institute, Canada.
4.00pm – 4.30pm Afternoon Tea
Boulevard Concourse
  CONCURRENT SESSION 3
Wednesday
  SESSION 3.1  SESSION 3.2  SESSION 3.3 SESSION 3.4
  Governance & Planning 2 Sustainability & Climate Change Adaptation of Infrastructure 3 Intelligent & Automatic Fault Diagnosis & Prognosis 3 Reliability Modelling & Maintenance Decision Support 3
  CHAIR: Kerry Brown, Edith Cowan University, Australia CO-CHAIRS: Dr Fahim Tonmoy and Dr David Rissik, NCCARF, Australia CHAIR: Peter W. Tse, City University of Hong Kong CHAIR: Ming Zuo, University of Alberta, Canada
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard  Room 1 Boulevard  Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
4.30pm E-trademark registration services to improve process performance and prevent trademark infringement
LEAD SPEAKER: Amy Trappey, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Climate change adaptation of infrastructure and CoastAdapt tool
LEAD SPEAKERS: Fahim Tonmoy and David Rissik, NCCARF, Australia
MBVI (Model-based Voltage and Current) systems: a tool for optimising Asset Management Strategies?  What they do, how they work and some case study examples
Geoff Walker, Artesis LLP, UK
Predictive Models of Maintenance Needs for Power Distribution Wood Poles Using Machine Learning – A Conceptual Case Study
Alexandre Cesa, Carla Boehl and Kecheng Shen, Curtin University, Australia
4.45pm Modelling the Effect of Time-dependent Covariates on the Failure Rate of Wind Turbines
Feixiang Wu, Yifan Zhou and Jingjing Liu, Southeast University, China
5.00pm An approach to quantify assets value according to the ISO 55000 concept
Vicente González-Prida Díaz, Adolfo Crespo Márquez, Antonio Guillén, Juan Francisco Gómez Fernández and Antonio De La Fuente, University of Seville, Spain
PANEL SESSION

Increasing climate resiliency of Australia’s infrastructure sector: Challenges and Opportunities

CONVENOR: Fahim Tonmoy, NCCARF

PANELISTS
David Singleton, Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA), Australia
Rodger Tomlinson, Griffith Centre for Coastal Management, Australia
David Rissik, NCCARF, Australia

Greg Fisk, NCCARF,  Australia
Reciprocating compressor valve leakage detection under varying load conditions
Panagiotis Loukopoulos, George Zolkiewski, Ian Bennett, Suresh Sampath, Pericles Pilidis, Fang Duan and David Mba, Cranfield University, UK
Predictive modelling the Downer way
Phillipa O’Shea, Hui Chen and Hamish Featonby, Downer New Zealand, New Zealand
5.15pm Investments Portfolio Optimal Planning
Jerome Lonchampt, EDF, France
Theory of Testability Oriented Equipment Health Management
Shuming Yang, Xiaofei Zhang and Xiaoyu Wen, National Universtiy of Defense Technology, China
5.30pm Value of Asset Management: Investigation into its determination and measurement
Ernst Krauss and Carla Boehl, WA School of Mines, Curtin University, Australia
Structural Integrity Assessment of Ships and Ship-Shaped Offshore Structures
Tat-Hean Gan and Subin Kumaran, Brunel University London, UK
Configuring and Optimizing the Maintenance Support Resource  Based on a double layer Algorithm, National University of Defence Technology
Xiwen Wu, Bo Guo, Ping Jiang and Shiyu Gong, National University of Defense Technology, China
5.45pm Tools to support value for money asset investment outcomes
Lloyd Arnott, Aurecon, Australia

 
6.00pm – 8.00pm Welcome Reception
  Boulevard Concourse, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
8:00pm – 9:00 pm ISEAM Members’ Briefing
         
Thursday 3 August 2017
8.30am Registration Opens
  Boulevard Level, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
9.00am Keynote
The 4th Industry Revolution: Reflecting on the Opportunities, Barriers and Risk for Asset Management
Professor Marco Macchi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Boulevard Auditorium
  CONCURRENT SESSION 4
Thursday
  SESSION 4.1  SESSION 4.2  SESSION 4.3 SESSION 4.4
  Public Assets Maintenance Strategies NDT & AE in Condition Monitoring 1
Sponsored by NMEMS
WORKSHOP: Long Future Sustainability for Asset Managers
  CHAIR: David Edgerton, APV Valuers and Asset Management, Australia CHAIR: Moray Kidd, The University of Manchester, UK CHAIR: Andy C.C. Tan, Universiti Teknologi Abdul Rahman, Malaysia FACILITATORS: David Hood & Guy Lane, Long Future Foundation, Australia
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
9.45am Insights into Queensland’s Public Assets
LEAD SPEAKER: Patrick Flemming, Queensland Audit Office (QAO), Australia
Maintenance Strategies for Next Generation Industry,
LEAD SPEAKER: Moray Kidd, The University of Manchester, UK
Advanced NDT contributing performance evaluation of civil structures
LEAD SPEAKER:Tomoki Shiotani, Kyoto University, Japan
CO-AUTHORS:  Takahiro Nishida, Katsufumi Hashimoto
ABSTRACT: Long Future Sustainability is a short intensive workshop that seeks to redefine sustainability in the light of current threats to life on Earth. It will empower Asset Managers with knowledge, passion and drive to deliver better outcomes that not only assist you in your business role but help transform society to a better world that we all deserve.

The workshop consists of three parts. Each part contains short presentations, interactive participant activities, videos, and some unique audio/visual content and music.

Whether you are new to the conversation about sustainability, or not, this workshop has content that many people have never considered part of the dialogue about sustainability.

Participating in Long Future Sustainability will help you:

– Identify hidden and future risks to your organisation;
– Learn about exciting new business opportunities;
– See new frameworks to apply to your products & services;
– See exciting – and sometimes scary – new ideas to share with collegues; and
– Gain new knowledge, passion and drive to contribute to a Long Future for life on Earth

Attendees will come away feeling that the world suddenly makes sense, confident that they have an edge over their competitors, and more than ever able to see the elephants in their own Board rooms.
 
10.15am Sustaining public assets for local communities – the role of innovation and partnerships
LEAD SPEAKER: Roland McMillan, Local Government Association of Queensland, Australia
Maintenance Footprints
Phillipa O’Shea, Downer, New Zealand
The design of a novel line-array type of laser source for non-contacted guided waves to inspect the integrity of plates
Peter W. Tse and Jingming Chen, City University of Hong Kong
10.30am NextGen Forward Works Programme Development and Management
Phillipa O’Shea, Downer, New Zealand
Novel nondestructive technique of internal deterioration in concrete deck with elastic wave approaches
Kazuo Watabe, Hidefumi Takamine, Takahiro Nishida and Tomoki Shiotani, Toshiba Corp., Japan
10.45am Combining technologies to improve AM outcomes
Gavin Chadbourn, Aurecon, Australia
Partners in maintenance – benefits and barriers in using partnering-based maintenance contracts
Anders Ingwald and Mirka Kans, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Evaluation of condition and damage in reinforced concrete by elastic wave method
Takeshi Watanabe, Hayato Fukutomi, Kohei Nishiyama, Akari Suzuki and Chikanori Hashiimoto, Tokushima University, Japan
11.00am Land Bank for National Strategic Projects in Indonesia
Rahayu Puspasari, Ministry of Finance, Republic of Indonesia
Configuration Management – Why Asset Management can’t do without it
Greg Wilcock and Peter Knights, University of Queensland, Australia
Quantification of valve severity in reciprocating compressor by using acoustic emission technique
Hoi-Yin Sim, Rahizar Ramli, Ahmad-Saifizul Abdullah and Ming-Foong Soong, University of Malaya, Malaysia
11.15am-11.45am Morning Tea & Exhibition
Sponsored by K2Fly
Boulevard Concourse
  CONCURRENT SESSION 5
Thursday
  SESSION 5.1  SESSION 5.2  SESSION 5.3 SESSION 5.4
  Sustainable Property Assets Technology & Management – Smart maintenance / Digitalization 1 NDT & AE in Condition Monitoring 2 WORKSHOP: Evaluating Data Management Maturity for Engineering Assets
  CHAIR: Tony Brasier, PRDnationwide, Australia CHAIR: Marco Macchi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy CHAIR: Andy C.C. Tan, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia FACILITATOR: Jess B. Kozman, Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association, Singapore
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
11.45am Increasing Awareness and Adoption of Sustainability Features and Considerations in the Property Industry
LEAD SPEAKER: Dr Diaswati Mardiasmo, PRDnationwide, Australia
Maintenance Analytics and Industrial Data Science
LEAD SPEAKER: Professor Diego Galar, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden 
Novel monitoring of offshore wind turbines supporting structure using acoustic emission technique
Ángela Angulo, Tat-Hean Gan, Jamil Kanfoud and Slim Soua,TWI Ltd, UK
PREAMBLE: As asset-intensive industries recognize engineering asset data from critical infrastructure and facilities as a corporate asset, many find themselves unprepared to support projects that manage engineering asset data to support business intelligence or analytics. The goal of this workshop is to understand the elements of asset management capability maturity that are important in industries with a focus on efficient and safe operations.

MOTIVATION: The workshop builds on work done at the Asset Institute at the Queensland University of Technology to develop a cross-industry Asset Management Capability Maturity Model (AMCaMM), and applies survey and benchmarking techniques developed for analyzing information management capability and complexity in other asset-intensive industries over the last two decades. Participants will evaluate their own organization’s capability maturity for the management of engineering asset data management, and the workshop facilitator will then lead an interactive workshop to learn how that evaluation can be used to benchmark against other organizations and industries, to select and define quick win projects for improving capability, to identify the best growth strategies for utilizing that data in support of business intelligence and analytics, and to find correlations with financial performance metrics that demonstrate the value of efficiently managed engineering asset data.
12.00pm Efficient Evaluation of Internal Concrete Damage of Steel Plate-Bonded RC Slabs
Norihiko Ogura, CORE Institute of Technology Corp.
Hitoshi Yatsumoto, Hanshin Expressway Company Ltd.
Takahiro Nishida and Tomoki Shiotani,  Kyoto University 
12.15pm A Novel Approach to Sensor-less Daylight Harvesting in Commercial Office Buildings
Brenden Harris, Fredon, Australia
From asset provider to knowledge company – transformation in the digital era
Helena Kortelainen, Jyri Hanski and Ari Happonen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Ultrasonic Phased Array on Time-of-Flight Diffraction for Non-Destructive Testing via Numerical Modelling
Tat-Hean Gan, Channa Nageswaran and Mario Kostan, Brunel University London, UK
12.30pm Sustainable Housing Toolkit
Connie Susilawati, Wendy Miller, Queensland University of Technology and Asti Mardiasmo, PRD Nationwide, Australia
Repair and Overhaul Supply System Integrated Planning at Roy Hill
Agata Guzek, Indrasen Naidoo and Carla Boehl, Maintenance, Roy Hill, Australia
Acoustic Emission technique for monitoring of common faults in diesel engines
Andy C.C. Tan, University Tunku Abdul Rahman
12.45pm Employee engagement culture in green buildings: The role of managers in managing human assets to drive financial outcomes
Subha Parida and Kerry Brown, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Data Quality in Asset Management – Creating and Maintaining a Foundation for data analytics
Allen Tam and Iris Kwan, Relken Engineering, Australia
Feature analysis of ultrasound signal for diagnosis
Jungpil Noh, Byunghyun Ahn, Donghee Park, Hyojung Kim and Byeongkeun Choi, Gyeongsang National University, Republic of Korea
1.00pm Improving Property Practitioners’ Involvement in Information Flow of Sustainability Features of Residential Property
Shi Yee Wong, Connie Susilawati, Wendy Miller, Queensland University of Technology and Asti Mardiasmo, PRD Nationwide, Australia
Predictive Maintenance is an integral part of Asset Life Cycle Maintenance Model
Md Mahdi Hassan, Carla Boehl and Mahinda Kuruppu, Western Australian School of Mines, Curtin University, Australia
Avoidance of Generator outage by vibration monitoring
R.S. Maurya,  NTPC Ltd, India
1.15pm – 2.15pm Lunch & Exhibition
Sponsored by Schneider Electric / Fredon
Boulevard Concourse
2.15pm Keynote
Asset Management Through Life Estimation
Professor Romuald Rzadkowski, Airforce Institute of Technology, Poland
Boulevard Auditorium
  CONCURRENT SESSION 6
Thursday
  SESSION 6.1  SESSION 6.2  SESSION 6.3 SESSION 6.4
  Energy Assets 1 Technology & Management – Smart maintenance / Digitalization 2 Condition Monitoring of Machine Elements 1 WORKSHOP: Recognition of Engineering Asset Management Programmes at Higher Educational Institutions
  CHAIR: Don Sands, Synengco, Australia CHAIR: Marco Macchi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy CHAIR: Robert B. Randall, University of New South Wales, Australia CHAIR: Joe Amadi-Echendu, University of Pretoria, South Africa
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
3.00pm Managing Electricity Assets in the 21st Century-Revolution Not Evolution
LEAD SPEAKER: Stephen Saladine, Generator Property Management & Asset Institute, Australia
Deep Learning Paradigm for Asset Management
LEAD SPEAKER: Nalinaksh Vyas, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur & Technology Mission for Indian Railways, India
Use of cyclostationarity to detect changes in gear surface roughness using vibration measurements
Xihao Zhang, Wade A. Smith, Pietro Borghesani, Zhongxiao Peng and Robert B. Randall, University of New South Wales, Australia
PREAMBLE: The International Society for Engineering Asset Management (ISEAM www.iseam.org) is a not-for-economic-profit organisation with a primary objective to “pursue charitable purposes, in particular the advancement of science and the advancement of education with a focus in the specific area of scientific knowledge known as integrated engineering asset management”. ISEAM is “…dedicated to the development and recognition of Engineering Asset Management (EAM) as an integrated and important body of knowledge” through “…liaising with national and international bodies to provide a global approach to” EAM. It is in this regard that ISEAM organises the WCEAM series, and particularly this 12th edition in conjunction with 13th VETOMAC 2017. This is the second instance of the workshop, and will include a presentation of the results of the survey conducted during the first workshop held in 2016.

MOTIVATION: Engineering asset management encompasses all types of engineered assets including built environment, infrastructure, plant, equipment, hardware systems and components. This workshop will provide an opportunity to present and discuss ISEAM’s ongoing initiative to recognise academic programs at higher educational institutions (HEI’s). EAM covers a very wide multidisciplinary scope, thus, the key question is “what constitutes EAM body of knowledge (EAMBoK)?” ISEAM’s recognition, rather than statutory accreditation, has two fundamental aims:

– To provide assurance that “asset management” academic programs at HEIs address EAM body of knowledge;
– To encourage pedagogical and structured development of educational curricula, as well as research and training programmes that advance the EAM body of knowledge.
  Extracting the characteristic frequency of the weak fault signal of blade crack by using the underdetermined blind source separation algorithm based on SCA
Hongkun Li, Changbo He and Xinwei Zhao,  Dalian University of Tehnology, China
3.30pm Being Certain in Tomorrow’s Uncertainty
Ben Hayden, Stanwell, Australia
Forecast Model for Optimization of the Massive Forming Machine OEE
Markus Ecker and Markus Hellfeier, SMS group GmbH, Germany
Research on the Effect of Meshing Impact on Noise Radiation in Planetary Gear Transmission
Bau Heyun, Zhu Rupeng, Dai Lin, Li Fengbo, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
3.45pm Analysing an Industrial Safety Process through Process Mining: A Case Study
Anastasiia Pika, Arthur H.M. Ter Hofstede, Robert K. Perrons, Georg Grossmann, Markus Stumptner and Jim Cooley, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Bridge Management Integrating Big Data of Structural Health Monitoring
Yunxia Xia , Chunwei Zhang, Qingdao University of Technology, China
Influence of tooth surface friction on dynamic transmission error of split torque transmission system
G.H. Jin, H.Y. Yang, R.P. Zhu, S.M. Li, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
4.00pm Engineering Asset Management for various power generations: common concepts and specificities
Jerome Lonchampt, EDF, France
A Data-driven Decision Model: A Case on Drawworks in Offshore Oil & Gas Industry
Pengyu Zhu, University of Stavanger, Norway
A modified sideband energy ratio for fault detection of planetary gearboxes
Mian Zhang, Dongdong Wei, Kesheng Wang and Ming J Zuo, University of Electronic Science and Technology, China
4.15pm Five Future-Proof Steps to Drive Relaibility with IIoT
Bill Steele, Emerson, USA
Optimal Maintenance Clustering for Rail-Track Components Subject to Possession Capacity Constraints
Cuong D. Dao, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Automated bearing fault diagnostics with cost-effective vibration sensor
Agusmian Partogi Ompusunggu, Bovic Kilundu Y’Ebondo, Ted Ooijevaar and Steven Devos, Flanders Make, Belgium
4.15pm – 4.30pm Afternoon Tea
Boulevard Concourse
  CONCURRENT SESSION 7
Thursday
  SESSION 7.1  SESSION 7.2  SESSION 7.3 SESSION 7.4
  Energy Assets 2 Technology & Management – Smart maintenance / Digitalization 3 Condition Monitoring of Machine Elements 2 Education & Training
  CHAIR: Don Sands, Synengco, Australia CHAIR: Marco Macchi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy CHAIR: Robert B. Randall, University of New South Wales, Australia CHAIR: Belle Upadhyaya,  University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
4.30pm Enterprise Risk Profiling using Asset Transaction History
Robin Platfoot, Covaris, Australia
Assessing Total Cost of Ownership: Effective asset management along the supply chain
Amir Noorbakhsh, Carla Boehl and Kerry Brown, Western Australian School of Mines, Curtin University, Australia
Acoustic signature based early fault detection in rolling element bearings
Amir Najafi Amin, Kris McKee, Ilyas Mazhar, Arne Bredin, Ben Mullins and Ian Howard, Curtin University, Australia
Do we know we are competent? A controversial question for asset managers and their teams
LEAD SPEAKER: Steve Pudney, Intrinsic Engineers, Australia
4.45pm VME a tool for risk informed engineering asset management
Jerome Lonchampt, EDF, France
Value-based opportunity management process for asset intensive organization
Manuela Trindade, Nuno Almeida, Matthias Finger and Daniel Ferreira,  IST – University of Lisbon, Portugal
Condition monitoring of rotating machinery with Acoustic Emission: a British-Australian collaboration
Davide Crivelli, Simon Hutt, Alastair Clarke, Pietro Borghesani, Zhongxiao Peng and Robert Randall, Cardiff School of Engineering, Wales
5.00pm Managing Assets the Digital Way – Eye from Above
Sanil C Namboodiripad, Sterlite Power, India
Predicting the remaining life of timber bridges
Tane Abbott, Nirdosha Gamage, Sujeeva Setunge and Weena Lokuge, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Vane Pump Damage Detection via Analysing Synchronously Averaged Vibration Signal
Wenyi Wang,  DST Group, Australia
Study of the identification and validation of multidisciplinary and specific competencies within a postgraduate program of asset and maintenance management
Edward Johns, Simón Gómez, Tomás Grubessich, Raúl Stegmaier and Fredy Kristjanpoller, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile
5.15pm Smart Asset Management for Electrical Utilities: Big Data and Future
Swasti R. Khuntia, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  Vibration analysis of machine tools’ spindle units
Ali Rastegari, Volvo, Sweden
Reliability and Maintainability Engineering Program at the University of Tennessee
Belle Upadhyaya, Mingzhou Jin and Wesley Hines, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA
5.30pm An integrated approach to process safety
Martin Sedgwick and Steven Rigby, Origin Energy, Australia
Single-Sensor Identification of Multi-Source Vibration Faults based on Power Spectrum Estimation with Application to Aircraft Engines
Shunming Li, Yu Xin and Xianglian Li, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Successful Organisational Development of Asset Management Organisations
Jasper Coetzee and Solly Nkosi, University of Pretoria, South Africa
5.45pm      
6.30pm – 10.30pm Conference Dinner
Boulevard Room
Dinner Speaker: Paul Simshauser, Director-General, Department of Energy and Water Supply, "Energy industry – challenges ahead”
Announcement of Finalists for 2017 Global Business Challenge
  Best Paper Awards
 ISEAM Lifetime Achievement Award
VETOMAC 2018 Portugal Presentation
WCEAM 2018Stavanger, Norway Presentation
   
Friday 4 August 2017
8.30am Registration Opens
  Boulevard Level, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
9.00am – 9.45am Keynote
Systems Resilience: A Unifying Framework and associated Measures
Professor Loon Ching Tang, Temasek Defence Systems Institute & National University of Singapore
Boulevard Auditorium
  CONCURRENT SESSION 8
Friday
  SESSION 8.1  SESSION 8.2  SESSION 8.3 SESSION 8.4
  Water Assets
Sponsored by K2Fly
Performance Measurement 1 Vibration Engineering 1 MINICOURSE: The Open Industrial Interoperability Ecosystem, A Supplier-Neutral Digital Ecosystem, Enabling Critical Infrastructure & Industrial Asset Management
  CHAIR: Nima Gorjian, SA Water, Australia CHAIR: Melinda Hodkiewicz, University of Western Australia CHAIR: Shunming Li, National University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, P R China, &  Chee W. Lim,  City University of Hong Kong COURSE LEADER: Alan Johnston, MIMOSA
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
9.45am

Water Asset Management is Fluid and Dynamic – A Utility of the Future Perspective

LEAD SPEAKER: Abel Immaraj, Queensland Urban Utilities, Australia


Asset Management Performance Measurement Systems  – Why they need to evolve and How

LEAD SPEAKER: Rob Schoenmaker, Technical University Delft, The Netherlands
CO-AUTHORS: Adolfo Crespo Marquez, Spain, Jayantha Prasanna Liyanage, Norway and Melinda Hodkiewicz, Australia


Thermo-acoustic radiation of free-standing nano-thin film in viscous fluid

LEAD SPEAKER: Chee W. Lim,  City University of Hong Kong
ABSTRACT: The entire industrial revolution was driven by massive gains in efficiency derived from systems which were designed, manufactured, assembled and repaired using interoperable components and spare parts.

The Open Industrial Interoperability Ecosystem (OIIE) can provide similar gains in efficiency for industrial Information Technology and Systems associated with the entire life-cycle of complex physical assets and critical infrastructure management, while also enabling industry initiatives such as Industrie4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT).

Individual suppliers of complex physical assets and related industrial IT solutions have begun to offer proprietary digital ecosystems, enabling their own systems and components to interoperate with each other with little need for traditional systems integration. The major challenge is that large industrial and public sector plants, facilities and platforms are highly heterogeneous systems of systems.

This minicourse discusses how the OIIE addresses these challenges, supporting all key phases of the industrial physical asset life cycle, while enabling mutually beneficial cooperation between major industrial device and equipment manufacturers, IT platform and applications suppliers, EPC firms and asset owner/operators.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Industrial and public sector asset managers and their IT support staffs, along with key participants in the industrial asset supply chain for both CAPEX and OPEX activities.

 
10.15am Enhancing Water Treatment Plant Resilience using Reliability Block Diagram Modelling
Craig Brydges, ARMS Reliability, Australia
Process characteristics and process performance indicators for analysis of process standardization
Achim Kampker, Maximilian Lukas and Philipp Jussen, FIR e.V. an der RWTH Aachen, Germany
Semi-analytical approach to vibrations induced by oscillator moving on a beam supported by a finite depth foundation
Zuzana Dimitrovová, Universidade Nova De Lisboa, Portugal
10.30am Next Generation Investment Planning & Management: Making Informed Decisions in a Changing World
Ben Day, ARMS Reliability, Australia
Combining reliability assessment with maintenance performance analysis using GAMM
Adolfo Crespo Márquez, Antonio Sola Rosique, Antonio J. Guillén López, Asier Erguido and Antonio De La Fuente, University of Seville, Spain
Unsteady Rotor Blade Forces of 3D Transonic Flow Through Steam Turbine Last Stage and Exhaust Hood with Vibrating Blades
Romuald Rzadkowski, Vitaly Gnesin and Ryszard Szczepanik, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
10.45am Quantitative Bowtie Risk Model: An Agile Tool in the Utility Toolkit
Daniel Falzon, SA Water, Australia
Semiparametric valuation of heterogeneous assets
Roar Adland and Sebastian Köhn, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), Norway
A study on the torsional vibration response of a three dimensional crankshaft
Tian Ran Lin and Xue Wen Zhang, Qingdao University of Technology
11.00am An Optimised Energy Saving Model for Pump Scheduling in Wastewater Networks, University of Adelaide
Neda Gorjian Jolfaei, Bo Jin, Christopher Chow, Nima Gorjian and Flavio Bressan, SA Water, Australia
Modular-based framework of key performance indicators regulating maintenance contracts
Mirka Kans and Anders Ingwald, Linnaeus University, Sweden
 
11.15am-11.45am Morning Tea & Exhibition
Boulevard Concourse
  CONCURRENT SESSION 9
Friday
  SESSION 9.1  SESSION 9.2  SESSION 9.3 SESSION 9.4
  Defence Assets Performance Measurement 2 Vibration Engineering 2 MINICOURSE: Life estimation & exact time of failure of last stage steam turbine blades
  CHAIR: Johann Aaserud, ASC CHAIR: Melinda Hodkiewicz, University of Western Australia CHAIR: Professor Romuald Rzadkowski, Airforce Institute of Technology, Poland COURSE LEADER: Romuald Rzadkowski, Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
11.45am Optimising availability, capability and affordability across the fleet: a total lifecycle management approach for improving seaworthiness
LEAD SPEAKER: Tobias Lemerande, ASC, Australia
Developing a Standard Framework for Improving Equipment Design based on Operational Performance Data
Ahmed Khezam, The University of Manchester, UK
Calculation and Analysis of Anti-Shock of Turbocharger for Marine Diesel Engines
Lei Hu, Jianguo Yang, Mingchao Zheng and Yonghua Yu, College of Energy and Power Engineering, Wuhan University of Technology, China
Despite standards some critical machines fail with very little warning due to excessive alternating stresses and related fatigue damage.

This mini-course outlines theories of general fatigue failures particularly from strain-based conditions which originate from transient conditions such as electrical faults occurring in the field. The negative sequence of currents from short circuits induce severe torsional vibrations, coupling failures, bearing failures, blade rubbing and failures.

In this course we will learn of torsional natural frequencies of the drive train. If the bearings fail, the drive train bending critical speeds would also change. The unbalance response of the rotors will become excessive and misalignment would exacerbate the situation. Fracture mechanics theories for crack initiation, propagation and final fracture and the time taken for this failure phenomenon to occur are presented. Based on rotor coast down conditions verified by the presence of new critical speeds, the exact time of unstable fracture can be estimated.

With today’s high performance computers these procedures can be combined with results that would lead to providing timely warning and stoppage of the machine to save it from catastrophic failure.
12.00pm Risk Application on Infrastructure in Conventional Contract and Performance Based Contract from Perspective of Owner
Mochammad Agung Wibowo, Evita Indrayanti, Bagus Hario Setiadji and Asri Nurdiana, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Experimental Research on Monitoring Method of Journal Bearing Wear Based on Thermoelectricity for Diesel Engine
Biao Wan, Wuhan University of Technology, China
12.15pm Implementing Asset Management in a Naval Environment
LEAD SPEAKER: James Tziros, WAMA Alliance, Australia
PANEL SESSION

How to improve Asset Management Performance Assessment Systems?
Performance assessment systems are like the weather forecast: they start by telling us what the weather was today.

Performance assessment systems tell us how we have done in yesterday’s circumstances fulfilling yesterday’s needs. These systems are frequently criticized for encouraging short-term behavior, lacking strategic focus, stimulating sub-optimization, creating a lack of ambition and influencing managers to minimize variances rather than seek to continually improve. How can we improve performance assessment systems to help us meet customer’s needs in today’s and tomorrow’s dynamic world? In this session, we first introduce challenges we face. Next we will look at the possibilities to improve performance assessment systems. We propose and discuss six areas for improvement:
#1 – Develop a whole of organisation approach
#2 – Model causal effects using system dynamics
#3 – Focus on customer value not the asset
#4 – Build a dynamic and varied PMS
#5 – Not all indicators need targets or consequences
#6 – Avoid over-reliance on the PMS

CONVENOR: Melinda Hodkiewicz, University of Western Australia

PANELISTS
Rob Schoenmaker, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Adolfo Crespo Marquez, University of Sevilla, Spain
Jayantha P. Liyanage, University of Stavanger, Norway
Analysis of dynamic response of thin-walled structure subjected to thermal-acoustic loading
Xianglian Li and Shunming Li, College of Science,  Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
 
12.30pm The design and performance of a novel vibration-based energy harvester adopted various machine rotational frequencies
Peter W. Tse and Shilong Sun, City University of Hong Kong, China
12.45pm Method to determine internal leakage of aircraft’s hydraulic servo
Jouko Laitinen and Kari Koskinen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
Analysis of flexural vibration of V-shaped beam immersed in viscous fluids
Lu Hu, Wen-Ming Zhang, Han Yan and Hong-Xiang Zou, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
1.00pm
Study on the vibration reduction performance of smart spring
Miaomiao Li, De Ni, Weiming Wu, Rupeng Zhu and Shunming Li, Nanjing University Of Aeronautics And Astronautics, China
1.15pm – 2.15pm Lunch & Exhibition
Boulevard Concourse
2.15pm – 3.00pm Keynote
Technologies and Asset Management: What’s Really Going on in Industry
Professor Klaus Blache, Reliability and Maintainability Center & University of Tennessee – Tickle College of Engineering, USA
Boulevard Auditorium
  CONCURRENT SESSION 10
Friday
  SESSION 10.1  SESSION 10.2  SESSION 10.3 SESSION 10.4
  Health Infrastructure Asset Criticality   MINICOURSE: Mine autonomous haul system: assessing the impact in asset management
  CHAIR: Ashantha Goonetilleke, QUT, Australia CHAIR: Jayanta P. Liyanage, University of Stavanger, Norway CHAIR:  COURSE LEADER: Carla Boehl, Curtin University & Mining Education Australia
  Boulevard Auditorium Boulevard Room 1 Boulevard Room 2 Boulevard Room 3
3.00pm Precinct-based Trigeneration – the large hospital experience at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Brisbane Queensland
LEAD SPEAKER: Michael Campbell, Children’s Health Queensland, Australia
Strategic Asset Planning: Balancing Cost, Performance and Risk in an Aging Asset
Ype Wijnia and John de Croon, AssetResolutions BV, The Netherlands
VETOMAC Meeting ABSTRACT: Autonomous haulage system (AHS) is an intelligent management of a system using appropriate technology so that its operation can occur without direct human involvement.
3.15pm A bibliographic review of trends in the application of ‘criticality’ towards the management of engineered assets
Joel Adams, Ajith Parlikad and Joe Amadi-Echendu, University of Cambridge, UK
3.30pm Collaborative Asset Management for Health Care
Don Sands, Synengco, Australia
Assessment of the Impact of Maintenance Integration within a Plant using MFD: A Case Study
Hatem Algabroun, Basim Al-Najjar and Anders Ingwald,  Linnaeus University, Sweden
To remain competitive in the global mining industry this technology is being pursued in Australia as it is believed that AHS can boost productivity and to reduce mining costs. Even through big companies like Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton and Fortescue Metals Group are currently applying AHS into their daily mining activities, there are still some concerns about deploying AHS for other companies such as the cost and the general acceptance. This mini course will focus on the transformational impact in asset management.
3.45pm PANEL SESSION

Utilising Data in Built Environments in Improving Health Care
With massive investment in new hospitals and redeveloping existing hospitals, the opportunities for leveraging data and the potential impacts on standard and quality of healthcare is unprecedented. Medical equipment, building information, mobility with smart phones and the increased shift to medical devices all create a wealth of big data as a source of significant benefit in standard and quality of care for patients. This panel session will explore the opportunities afforded for hospitals and the potential impact for healthcare.

CONVENOR: Dr Peter W Beven, Queensland University of Technology, Senior Advisor, Queensland Health, Australia

PANELISTS:  
Michael Campbell, Children’s Health Queensland, Australia
Don Sands, Synengco, Australia

Key considerations when developing an Asset Criticality Assessment Framework
Geoff Hales, Barnewall Resources Pty Ltd, Australia
4.00pm Asset critical equipment and decision optimization: An integrated research platform
Pengyu Zhu and Jayantha Liyanage, University of Stavanger, Norway
4.15pm Risk prioritisation for Cultural and Arts Infrastructure
Andrew Pham, Christine Soo and Melinda Hodkiewicz, University of Western Australia
Derren Foster, Western Australia Department of Culture and the Arts
4.30pm-4.45pm Afternoon Tea
Boulevard Concourse
4.45pm Closing Keynote
High Risk Assets Under Uncertain Conditions: Strategic Imperatives and New Initiatives Towards Defensive Solutions in a Rapidly Changing Environment
Professor Jayantha P. Liyanage, Cluster on Industrial Asset Management (CIAM) & University of Stavanger, Norway
Boulevard Auditorium
5.15pm-5:30pm Closing Ceremony
Boulevard Auditorium