Turbo Expo

Turbomachinery Technical Conference & Exposition

Presented by the ASME International Gas Turbine Institute

Lillestrøm (Oslo), Norway

Conference
June 11-15, 2018

Exhibition
June 12-14, 2018

 
 

Program - Keynote

 

Plan now to join 3,000+ turbine colleagues from around the world listen to the Keynote at ASME TURBO EXPO, set for June 11 - 15, 2018 in Lillestrøm (Oslo), Norway

Keynote Theme
Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul in the light of Digitalization

As any other type of machinery, thermal turbomachines such as gas turbines, aircraft engines, steam turbines, blowers and turbochargers to name a few are subject to wear and deterioration during their lifetime. Worn components may easily lead to disrupted service of the machinery having a major impact on the service provided and costs. Planning the Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) of such machinery thoroughly, be it by means of predictive maintenance on the basis of service experience and calibrated models or by means of preventive maintenance on the basis of real-time monitoring data, allows operators to ensure continuous and reliable operation as well as to reduce operating costs significantly. The current advances in digitalization, often referred to as "big data", ranging from the acquisition and creation of digital replicas of individual real machines over the reliable acquisition of real-time monitoring data to advanced data mining open up a new field of application for numerical analyses. The degree of sophistication reached by state-of-the-art simulation tools paired with the computational power of modern computers allows analyzing such digital replicas at a high level of details such that previously insufficiently understood phenomena now can be investigated in a much more accurate manner. By properly understanding relevant phenomena including their consequences on operation, preventive MRO can be scheduled "at the right time" while also specifying precise MRO measures. Furthermore, the technology of Additive Manufacturing is currently revolutionizing component manufacturing and repair. Using this technology, worn components can often be repaired rather than replaced and in the best case event exceed operating condition standards.

It is the unparalleled legacy experience of the ASME Turbo Expo community combined with the conference theme being "Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul in the Light of Digitalization" and the focus track of "Additive Manufacturing" that shall make the 2018 Turbo Expo conference a unique event. Use this opportunity to meet with the best and brightest experts from around the world in Oslo, Norway, to open a new chapter in turbomachinery.

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