IEEE PI2 Austin, June 2016, Tech Meeting, "Reaching Equipment Reliability Objectives and Eliminating in Service Failures"

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IEEE PI2 Austin, June 2016, Tech Meeting, "Reaching Equipment Reliability Objectives and Eliminating in Service Failures"

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  • 4616 W Howard Lane
  • Austin, Texas
  • United States 78728
  • Building: Building 2, Suite 500
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  • If you plan to attend, please RSVP via e-mail to "pi2-secretary@ieee.org". Cash required for food and beverage purchase.

  • Starts 01 June 2015 12:00 AM
  • Ends 28 June 2016 06:00 PM
  • All times are US/Central
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  Speakers

Thomas Sandri of Shermco

Topic:

Reaching Equipment Reliability Objectives and Eliminating in Service Failures

Reliability centered maintenance is an engineering framework that enables the definition of a complete maintenance regimen. It regards maintenance as the means to maintain the functions a user may require of electrical assets and machinery in a defined operating context. As a discipline it enables equipment stakeholders to monitor, assess, predict and generally understand the working of their physical assets. RCM can be used to create a cost-effective maintenance strategy to address dominant causes of equipment failure. It is a systematic approach to defining a routine maintenance program composed of cost-effective tasks that preserve important functions.

The promised result of RCM is a maintenance program that focuses scarce economic resources on those items that would cause the most disruption if they were to fail. RCM emphasizes the use of Predictive Maintenance (PdM) techniques in addition to traditional preventive measures.

In this presentation we will dig deeper into the elements of the reliability centered maintenance framework and predictive maintenance techniques.

Biography:

Thomas Sandri received his BSEE from Thomas Edison University in Trenton, N.J. He has been active in the field of electrical power and telecommunications for over 30 years. During his career he has developed numerous training aids, training guides, and has conducted seminars-both domestic and international. Thomas supports a wide range of electrical and telecommunication maintenance application disciplines. He has been directly involved with and supported test and measurement equipment for over twenty years and is considered an industry expert in application disciplines including battery and dc systems testing and maintenance, medium and high voltage cable, ground testing, and partial discharge analysis.

Address:Texas, United States

Thomas Sandri of Shermco

Topic:

Reaching Equipment Reliability Objectives and Eliminating in Service Failures

Biography:

Address:Texas, United States





Agenda

Time: 6:00 to 6:30 PM

Social 6:30 to 7:00 PM

Dinner 7:00 to 7:30 PM

Business Meeting 7:30 to 8:30 PM

Program 9:00 PM room closes for the benefit of long distance drivers and early risers

Location: El Gallo Mexican Restaurant, 512-444-2205 2910 S Congress (directions below) Austin, Texas

Dinner: Choose from a select menu of soups, salads and dinner plates.

Cost: • IEEE Members and accompanying spouses: $11 to $17 for dinners ($2 non-meal participants) • Visitors (non-IEEE members): $14 to $20 for dinners ($5 non-meal participants) • IEEE Student Members: $3 for dinner (no charge for non-meal participants) • Student Visitors (non-IEEE members): $6 to $10 for dinners ($2 non-meal participants) • All: $2 for non-alcoholic beverages • A bar is available for those who care to purchase a beer or other alcoholic beverage RSVP: If you plan on attending, please RSVP by sending an e-mail to ieee.pi2.austin@zxtech.net.

Parking: There is a large parking lot in front and on the south side of the restaurant. The meeting will be held in the party room to the left of the cashier’s counter. Directions: See the map linked from our website: http://ewh.ieee.org/soc/pes/centraltexas/. From I–35: Exit at Oltorf and drive west. At S. Congress, turn left (south). El Gallo is about 500 feet past the next traffic light (Cumberland), on the right (west) side of Congress, directly across from the entrance to St. Edward’s University. From Ben White Blvd. (US290/SH71): Exit at S. Congress Avenue and drive north. El Gallo is about 600 feet past the next traffic light (Woodward), on the left (west) side of Congress directly across from the entrance to St. Edward’s University.