|Date:||6/30/97 Record No.: 10500|
|Contact:|| Best Manufacturing Practices|
Condition Based Maint.Technology Workshop
July 29 & 30, 1997
Oak Ridge National Labs
(The notice attached below went out late, so the June 1 deadline is not
in effect. However, anyone interested should contact these folks ASAP.)
The Best Manuf. Practices (BMP) program is a major effort by the U.S.
Navy. Here is the UFTO database entry about it, from Aug. 1995:
Best Manufacturing Practices (BMP)
Started by the Navy. They've taken survey teams into nearly 70 major
companies, and prepared a highly detailed assessment of their processes,
identifying any "best" practices they find. They just published a report
on Sandia National Lab, so we can get another perspective about SNL.
They have reports on all of the places they've studied, and a program of
regional workshops, a free online database, and other kinds of outreach.
Something for your industrial reps, or anyone involved in benchmarking
or quality. I'd bet BMP would love to survey a utility.
CONTACT: 800-789-4267 http://www.bmpcoe.org
Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) Technology Workshop---
The Best Manufacturing Practices Center of Excellence (BMPCOE) and The Oak Ridge Centers for Manufacturing Technology (ORCMT) proudly announce their plans to hold a workshop on Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) Technology on July 29 & 30, 1997 at the renowned Oak Ridge National Laboratories. The purpose of this workshop is to attract the leading CBM experts in the United States to create a definitive CBM guidelines document outlining the state-of-the-art in CBM technology.
Suggested Topics of Discussion:
* Perceptions of maintenance
* Definition of Predictive Maintenance (PM) and CBM
* Defining the economic advantages of CBM
* Current Best Practices (Military and Industrial)
* Sensor technology and development
* Modeling, identification and prediction of faults and failures
* Signal acquisition and processing technologies
* Integration and packaging (i.e., diagnostics-on-a-chip concepts)
* Establishing objectives and milestones for this CMB effort
The CBM workshop will consist of two full days at the Oak Ridge facility and will begin with a tour of the latest CBM technology available at the Centers for Manufacturing Technology. A day and a half will then be dedicated to truly defining CBM and its applicability throughout the U.S. Industrial Base. The proceedings will be made available via the internet, video and in hard copy format. A final guidelines and application strategies document will be published within twelve months of this first workshop meeting.
Attached is a CBM Expert Profile form that could be your entry to participation in this important event. Our objectives dictate that we must request a considerable commitment from the best and brightest CBM experts available for this effort. Therefore, you must be able to:
* meet three to four additional times during the twelve following months;
* write and review abstracts for the CBM Guidelines Document, as required;
* share personal CBM knowlege and experiences with other attendees at the meetings, and electronically over the CBM web site.
In return, you can expect to:
* meet fellow nationally recognized experts in the CBM field;
* have an opportunity to network with others on the latest CBM technology;
* become recognized as a national CBM expert for your contributions to the final CBM Best Practices and Implementation Strategies Guidelines Document;
* be secure in the knowledge that you have helped to advance the capability of the U.S. Industrial Base in the area of Condition Based Maintenance.
Attendance at the CBM workshop is by invitation only, and participation will be limited to 25-30 people. Therefore, please don't delay. Fill out the attached CBM Expert Profile form and respond immediately for consideration. You don't want to miss an event that may well be hailed as one of the defining moments in CBM technology.
CBM WORKSHOP EXPERT PROFILE
4321 Hartwick Road, #400
College Park, MD 20740
800-789-4267 Fax 301-403-8180
Please tell us about your experience in the areas of condition based, predictive, reactive and preventive maintenance. In particular we are interested in any experience that you may have in technologies addressing the following areas:
* Sensing the condition of systems as a function of time
* Identification of precursors of component failure
* Taking action based upon the resulting information
On a separate piece of paper please outline your experience, giving number of years experience in each area and briefly outlining the various processes and applications in which you were involved.
Please fax your response to Chip Turner @ 301-403-8180, or E-mail to email@example.com before June 1, 1997.
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