Applied Control Technology Consortium (ACTC)
Advances in Process and Condition Monitoring for the Offshore Oil Industry
The Linklater Rooms, University of Aberdeen, UK5th July 2007
NOTE: This meeting has since been held. Some of the presentations may now available on-line from our Download Centre (for ACTC members only) or simply by clicking on the appropriate link in the agenda below.
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This one-day seminar will provide an overview of developments in condition monitoring, fault monitoring and diagnosis within the offshore oil and gas industry. The meeting will include motivational presentations explaining the role of modern condition monitoring and diagnosis systems have in maintaining plant reliability and reducing downtime. There will be case studies on each of the main categories of condition monitoring, process monitoring and fault diagnosis techniques, with the advantages, disadvantages and potential for new development being discussed.
The seminar is focussed on the needs of the offshore oil industry and be aimed at the end-user companies with a common interest in this technology. It should be an enthusiastic and interesting event with a valuable exchange of views.
You can now see abstracts for presentations, simply point your mouse at the "Abstract" link (where available).
|09:00||Registration and Coffee|
|09:30||Welcome and Introduction to Process and Condition Monitoring, Professor Mike Grimble, ACTC|
|10.00||[Abstract]||Making your Separation System "Transparent" - Allowing Operators to Increase Revenue from a Separation System, Dan Benson, Tracerco Process Diagnostics|
|10:45||TEA / COFFEE|
|11.00||Multivariate Fault Detection without Maths, Robin Brooks, Curvaceous Software|
|11:45||[Abstract]||Using Advanced Modeling Techniques to Simplify, Improve and Reduce Costs of Condition Monitoring,
Andy Bates, Artesis LLP|
A paper for this presentation can be downloaded here.
|13:30||Condition Monitoring, Professor Mike Grimble, ACTC|
|14.15||Maintaining 'Fields of the future' with smart technologies, Dave Gill, Emerson Process Management|
|15:00||Individual Discussions with Speakers|