SUNDAY 26 February 2017 MCG

1700 - 1900

Registration opensPercy Beames Bar

1800 - 1930

Welcome ReceptionPercy Beames Bar

 

MONDAY 27 February 2017 MCG

0700-1730

Registration opensPercy Beames Bar

0800-1700

Speakers Preparation Room opens – Terrace Cafe

0800-1015

Congress Opening Plenary Session  “Defence Aerospace and Aviation”  – Members Dining Room

0800-0815

Congress Opening & Keynote Address:  Hon. Wade Noonan MP,  Minister for Industry and Employment, Minister for Resources

Congress Opening & Keynote Address:  Lord Mayor Robert Doyle,  City of Melbourne

0815-1015

Congress Plenary Address 1: Regulations,  Air Commodore James Hood,  Director General for the Defence Aviation Safety Authority,  Australia

Congress Plenary Address 2: Academia,  Prof Phil Webb,  Cranfield University,  UK

Congress Plenary Address 3: Academia,  Prof Nick Lieven,  University of Bristol,  UK

Congress Plenary Address 3: Unmanned Aircraft,  Doug Davis,  Director,  Office of Independent Airworthiness,  Engineering and Global Product Development,  Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems

Congress Plenary Address 4: Research,  Dr Alex Zelinsky,  Chief Defence Scientist,  Australia

1015- 1040

Morning tea – Percy Beames Bar

1040-1225

Concurrent session 1

25 min presentation^ inclusive of 5 mins Q&A

HUMS2017:  Chair Opening Address and 1st Keynote

AFL Dining Room,  Chair:  Wenyi Wang,  DSTG  /  Co-Chair:  David Holmes,  DSTG

2 x Timeslots

1040-1135

1040-1050

HUMS2017 Opening Address:  Wenyi Wang,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1050-1135

HUMS2017 Keynote 1:  Paul Harding & Jeff Day,  Ministry of Defence,  UK

1135-1200

The Future of HUMS in the ADF:  David Hood,  Defence Aviation Safety Authority,  Australia

1200-1225

Applying Machine Learning-Based Diagnostic Functions to Rotorcraft Safety:  Daniel Wade,  US Army AMRDEC

1225-1325

Lunch – Percy Beames Bar

1325-1510

Concurrent session 2

25 min presentation^ inclusive of 5 mins Q&A

HUMS2017:  Life & Usage / HUMS Data Driven Applications

AFL Dining Room,  Chair:  Nick Lieven,  University of Bristol,  UK

1325-1355

Sikorsky HUMS Data Analytics:  Jim Cycon,  Lockheed Martin / Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation

1355-1420

HUMS for AGT1500 Gas Turbine Engine of the M1A1 Abrams TankGreg Mason & Tim Conroy,  TAE Australia

1420-1445

*Development of a Flight Manoeuvre Recognition Software Application for Improved Usage Monitoring of Rotary Wing Aircraft:  Jack Lamshed,  QinetiQ Australia

1445-1510

*Solving the Mystery of the Disappearing Symptom and Why it Benefits the Product Life-Cycle:  John Baker,  Copernicus Technology Ltd,  Australia

1510-1535

Afternoon tea – Percy Beames Bar

1535-1715

Concurrent session 3

25 min presentation^ inclusive of 5 mins Q&A

HUMS2017:  Corrosion / Land HUMS / Loads Monitoring

AFL Dining Room,  Chair:  Robert Randall,  UNSW

1535-1605

Predicting Corrosion on F-35 Joint Strike FighterSimon Jacob,  BAE Systems Australia

1605-1630

On Monitoring the Health and Remaining Life of Vehicle Suspension SystemsGuy Gallasch,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1630-1655

Advances in Airframe Load Monitoring Methodology for Military Fighter AircraftOleg Levinski,   Defence Science and Technology Group

1655-1715

A Corrosion Management System for Seahawk Chris Loader,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1915-2300

Congress Dinner – MCG, Members Dining Room

* Peer-reviewed paper.  ^The first timeslot in each session is allocated 30 mins by the AIAC17 Committee in order to facilitate Keynote presentations from other concurrent streams. HUMS2017 has 2 x Keynotes as marked.

TUESDAY 28 February 2017 MCG

0800-1730

Registration opens – Percy Beames Bar

0800-1700

Speakers Preparation Room opens – Terrace Cafe

0800-0930

Congress Plenary Session 2 – Members Dining Room

0800-0930

Congress Plenary Address 5: Defence,  MAJGEN Andrew Mathewson,  AM,  Head Helicopter Systems Division,  Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group,  Department of Defence

Congress Plenary Address 6: Defence,  AIRCDRE Philip Tammen,  Director General,  Airlift & Tanker Systems,  Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group,  Department of Defence

Congress Plenary Address 7: Space Programs,  Dr Jason Held,  CEO,  Saber Astronautics

Congress Plenary Address 8: Manned Aircraft,  Mal Benfer,  Vice President Capability,  Airbus Group Asia Pacific

0930- 1000

Morning tea – Percy Beames Bar

1000-1210

Concurrent session 4

25 min presentation^ inclusive of 5 mins Q&A

HUMS2017:  Keynote 2 / Structural Health Monitoring / Machine Learning / CBM

AFL Dining Room,  Chair:  David Hood,  DASA  /  Co-Chair:  Yori Lavi,  AppliedEA

1000-1030

HUMS2017 Keynote 2:  Chun-hui Wang,  University of New South Wales, Australia

1030-1055

From HUMS to PHM: Are We There Yet?  Joanna Kappas,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1055-1120

*Engine Lubrication Oil Condition Monitoring: A Machine Learning ApproachLeong Yen,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1120-1145

Machine Learning Techniques for Automatic Sensor Fault Detection in HUMS SystemsMiroslav Dosen,  ETMC Technologies Pty Ltd

1145-1210

Effecting Condition-Based Maintenance for UAVsYori Lavi,  AppliedEA,  USA

1210-1310

Lunch – Percy Beames Bar

1310-1430

Concurrent session 5

25 min presentation^ inclusive of 5 mins Q&A

HUMS2017:   Diagnostics & Prognostics 1

HUMS2017:  Sensor Technologies                 

AFL Dining Room,  Chair:  Daniel Wade,  US Army AMRDEC

Tom Wills Room,  Chair:  John Baker,  Copernicus Technology Ltd,  Australia

1310-1340

*Vibration Signal Pre-processing for Spall Size Estimation in Rolling Element Bearings using Autoregressive Inverse FiltrationNader Sawalhi,  Prince Mohammad University,  Saudi Arabia

High Cycle Fatigue Testing : Capability Development and Sensor EvaluationRoss Antoniou,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1340-1405

*Integrated Approach for Health Assessment of Engine Bearings through Numerical SimulationZhongxiao Peng,  University of New South Wales,  Australia

*Real Time Oil Condition Monitoring, Practical Examples of Trend Analysis & Failure PreventionSam Botterill,  System 7 Australia

1405-1430

*Use of Advanced Signal Processing Techniques to Diagnose Planet Bearing Faults in Variable Speed Conditions:  Robert Randall,  University of New South Wales,  Australia

 

1430-1455

Afternoon tea –   Percy Beames Bar

1455-1705

Concurrent session 6

25 min presentation^ inclusive of 5 mins Q&A

HUMS2017:  CBM, PHM & HUMS

HUMS2017:  Diagnostics & Prognostics 2

AFL Dining Room,  Chair:  Chun-hui Wang,  UNSW  /  Co-Chair:  Graham Forsyth,  Ex-DSTG

Tom Wills Room,  Chair:  Miroslav Dosen,  ETMC Technologies  /  Co-Chair:  Joanna Kappas,  DSTG

1455-1525

Employing HUMS to Automate Dull Administration Tasks in Logistics and Fleet ManagementGuy Gallasch,  Defence Science and Technology Group

*A Nonlinear Dynamic Model of Defective Rolling Element Bearings with a Known Defect Topography on the Inner RacewayFrancesco Larizza,  University of Adelaide

1525-1550

Landing Gear Structural Health Prognostic / Diagnostic SystemChad Forrest,  ES3,  Australia

*Remote Location Wear Debris Analysis Brian Dykas,  US Army Research Laboratory

1550-1615

Application of the Teager Kaiser Energy Operator to Machine DiagnosticsRobert Randall,  University of New South Wales,  Australia

A Video-based Wear Particle Imaging and Characterisation System for Real Time Wear Debris Monitoring Zhongxiao Peng,  University of New South Wales,  Australia

1615-1640

E7-A AEW&C Wedgetail Boeing-developed HUMS Data Analysis Tool (ASIGS Aircraft Structural Integrity Ground Station) OverviewBrooke Griffin,  Boeing Defence Australia

*Acoustic Emission in Grease-lubricated Helicopter Drivetrain BearingsBrian Dykas,  US Army Research Laboratory

1640-1655

Planet Bearing Fault Detection using Unified Change Detection ApproachWenyi Wang,  Defence Science and Technology Group

*Tracking Bearing Degradation using Gaussian Wavelets: Tony Galati,  Defence Science and Technology Group

1655-1705

HUMS2017 Closing – AFL Dining Room

1705-1735

Congress Plenary Closing – Members Dining Room

1900-2330

HUMS2017 Dinner  – The Pavilion Fitzroy Gardens  (1830-1900:  Pre-dinner drinks) – see map on page 4

* Peer-reviewed paper.  ^The first timeslot in each session is allocated 30 mins by the AIAC17 Committee in order to facilitate Keynote presentations from other concurrent streams. HUMS2017 has 2 x Keynotes as marked.

THURSDAY 2 March 2017 – Avalon Airport

0900-1200

(20 min presentation)

HUMS2017:  Technical Sessions,  Co-Chairs: Madabhushi Janardhana (Jana), Andrew Chapman

Travel To / From Avalon Airport

 

Buses departing MCG at 0730

Buses departing Avalon Airshow at 1700

 

# E-ticket required for Airshow entry

Avalon Airshow – Conference Centre at the Avalon 2017 Expo site#

0905-0925

Next Generation Engine Debris Analysis:  Jon Wingler,  Rolls-Royce Controls

0945-1005

Towards Unified Fault Detection for Rotating Machinery:  Wenyi Wang,  DST  Group

1025-1045

Airborne Structural Health Monitoring:  Miguel Borges,  Critical Materials,  Curtiss-Wright

1045-1105

Airborne Structural Health Monitoring (Part 2):  Miguel Borges,  Critical Materials,  Curtiss-Wright

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