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An Introduction to Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management

  1. 1. An Introduction to Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management A five-day intensive course for Engineers An Introduction to Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management This five day course on Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management is generic in nature and is applicable to all kinds of industries. The course covers the basics of the following; Maintenance strategy and systems, Maintenance organisation, Turnaround Management, Audit maintenance, Reliability and Vibration Based Condition Monitoring of plant. All these are supported by case studies and will be covered from a management perspective throughout the course. The University of Manchester Date: 7 - 11 June 2010
  2. 2. Page 2 An introduction to Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management Background to the course Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management is a critical field of managerial and technical im- portance to UK and international industry. It is estimated that 10% of typical plant cost is spent every year maintaining that plant. Maintenance can make the difference in competitiveness on a global scale. Maintenance managers can make major impacts on their companies’ bottom line, and often report at board level. This week long intensive course will cover a basic introduction to Maintenance and Asset Man- agement organised by the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering at The Univer- sity of Manchester Who is the course for? The course content is generic in nature and so is applicable to all kind of Industries, e.g., Oil and Gas, Nuclear, Railways, Chemical, Food processing, Energy and Power generation and manufac- turing industries. This course will appeal to practising engineers, new graduate engineers and ex- perienced managers, who are responsible for the maintenance of plant and equipment in their organisation and need updating in the latest developments in this area. The Course The School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering based in the University of Manchester is one of the UK’s leading institutions in the engineering field. The School has extensive teaching and research facilities and contracts with major industries operating throughout the world. The School is establishing a reputation as a provider of short updating courses for engineers that will support staff through their working lives with the latest research and business practice. All the speakers are consultants and managers from major UK organizations and leaders in their field. The Venue The course takes place in central Manchester and delegates will be based on-campus for the five days in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering on our Sackville Street campus. To register, phone Amanda Clare on 0161 275 4323
  3. 3. Page 3 Course programme Monday 7 June 09:00—9.30 Registration, welcome and introduction. Dr J Sinha Financial Impact of maintenance and how it can provide a com- Morning Mr Paul Wheelhouse petitive advantage. Strategy Review Process—taking account of business needs, leg- Mr Paul Wheelhouse islation, current performance and best practice. Break for Lunch Maintenance objectives: taking into account the needs of stake- Afternoon Mr Paul Wheelhouse holders and breaking down high-level objectives. Task selection: taking into account business risk and failure Mr Paul Wheelhouse 16:30 end mechanisms. Tuesday 8 June 09:45 start Introduction Dr J Sinha Organisational Development: Resources. Structure, Administra- Mr Paul Wheelhouse tive structure and alternative models Key performance indicators linked to strategy needs, target set- Morning Mr Paul Wheelhouse ting and benchmarking. Break for Lunch Auditing maintenance to establish current situation and extent of Afternoon Mr Paul Wheelhouse improvements achievable. 16:30 end Feeding back results to ensure that improvements take place. Mr Paul Wheelhouse Wednesday 9 June 09:45 start Introduction Dr J Sinha Maintenance systems. The maintenance system map, plant Morning functions and the relationship between maintenance, production Mr Tom Lenahan and business. The engine that drives maintenance planning and scheduling. Mr Tom Lenahan Break for Lunch Turnarounds, shutdowns and outages. Developing a model of Afternoon Mr Tom Lenahan excellence for planning and executing Turnarounds. Challenge Planning using the JFK imperative and the Ferrari phe- 16:30 end Mr Tom Lenahan nomenon The University of Manchester
  4. 4. Page 4 course programme continued... Thursday 10 June 09:45 start Introduction Dr J Sinha Reliability engineering in a maintenance context. Setting the scene, Morning defining reliability, simple statistics of item failure, data needs and the Mr John Harris implications for maintenance policy Analysing the reliability of plant items: graphical techniques, video— Mr John Harris Weibull analysis and illustrative case studies. Afternoon Break for Lunch Assessing the reliability of basic systems: Series, parallel and partially redundant plant configurations, video on failure modes and effects Mr John Harris analysis Assessing the reliability of complex systems: system reduction, truth 16:30 end Mr John Harris table, review of advanced techniques, video—fault tree analysis. Friday 11 June 09:45 start Introduction Dr J Sinha Vibration-based condition monitoring: The basic principle of vibration, Morning Dr J Sinha basic instrumentations and data acquisition. Signal Processing: Spectrum, FRF analysis and signal filtering. Dr J Sinha Afternoon Lunch Development of a Condition Monitoring system for a rotating machine. Selection of transducers, measurement location, ISO code, frequency Dr J Sinha range of measurement and features of fault detection. 16:30 end Case studies, feedback and end of course. Dr J Sinha To register, phone Amanda Clare on 0161 275 4323
  5. 5. Page 5 Course Presenters Dr Jyoti Sinha (Course Leader) BSc (Chemistry Hons.), BSc (Mech.), Mtech(Aero), PhD (Rotor dynamics) Lecturer and Course Director, M.Sc. Maintenance Engineering and Assets Management (MEAM) course The University of Manchester Dr. Jyoti K. Sinha took up the present post in January 2007. He previously worked as a Senior Research Scientist in the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India for nearly 16 years. He also worked as a Research Fellow in Cranfield University, UK for 18 months. He received his Bachelor’s degree (Mech. Eng.) from BIT, Sindri (India), Master’s degree (Aerospace Eng.) from IIT Bombay, Mumbai (India). He completed his Ph.D. from the University of Wales Swansea (UK). His research area is Vibration and Structural Dynamics using both experiments and analytical methods in- cluding FE model updating, Vibration control, and Health Monitoring techniques. He is recipient of the pres- tigious “Young Scientist (Boyscast) Fellowship” from the Department of Science and Technology, India for his outstanding work in Vibration diagnosis and Structural Dynamics related to number of rotating ma- chines and structural components of Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs). Dr. Sinha has been extensively involved in the number of projects related to Vibration and Dynamics and instrumental in developing number of innovative techniques in his research area. He is the author of more than 60 technical reports and 85 tech- nical papers in the International Journals and Conferences (Journal-54nos, Conference-29 nos., Invited talk- 2nos.). http://personalpages.manchester.ac.uk/staff/jyoti.sinha/ Tom Lenahan (TLL Limited) Since 1996 Tom Lenahan has worked as an independent consultant assisting clients achieve cost effective solutions to difficult issues in maintenance strategy in general and turnaround management in particular. Tom has been involved in all aspects of maintenance and built up extensive experience working for compa- nies in the UK, USA, India, Malaysia, Russia, South Africa and the Middle East. He has been trained in ad- vanced communication skills and has extensive experience in dealing with 'soft' people issues that are as vital to the success of maintenance strategies as the more traditional technical issues. This has made him expert in the role of facilitation. Tom's first book on turnaround management was published in August 1999 and he is at present engaged on developing a 'stripped down' turnaround methodology for companies with limited resources. John Harris (Visiting Lecturer, The University of Manchester) Following experience in research engineering in the early UK nuclear power programme, lectured in the School of Engineering at Manchester University where, after work in nuclear reactor physics and heat trans- fer he developed research interests in safety and reliability engineering and in maintenance. He co-authored, with Tony Kelly, the pioneering textbook Management of Industrial Maintenance, and edits the journal Maintenance & Asset Management. His research publications have dealt with topics as diverse as reactor neutronics and heat transfer, nuclear plant containment, the maintenance of hazardous plant and the moni- toring of reliability. A founder member and sometime Chairman of the erstwhile Reliability Committee of the UK Institution of Mechanical Engineers, he contributed substantially to its handbook (published in the Institution's Series of Guides for the Process Industries). Paul Wheelhouse (ESS Ltd) Paul Wheelhouse is a chartered electrical engineer a member of the Institution of Engineering Technology and a council member of the Institute of Asset Management. After studying physics at UMIST (now The University of Manchester) he worked in the speciality chemicals business for 20 years in a variety of engi- neering, production and distribution roles at several locations in Europe. A large part of his time was de- voted to improving the performance of plant, work processes and the functioning of groups. For the past fifteen years Paul has been engaged in asset management consulting. This has involved helping clients to enhance return on assets by improved equipment reliability, reduced working capital and the more effective use of labour. His recent assignments have crossed a wide range of industries in Europe, Middle East, North America and the Far East. Paul is currently Principal Consultant with ESS Ltd. which specialises in all aspects of maintenance consultancy, training and performance improvement. He divides his time between business development, teaching and consulting. To register, phone Amanda Clare on 0161 275 4323
  6. 6. Page 6 Organisational details Date / Duration Five days inclusive Spring, 7—11 June 2010 Location The course will be held in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering on the Sackville Street campus in Manchester. The University is close to the city centre (a five minute walk). Manchester Piccadilly railway station and the central Chorlton Street bus station are also within walking distance. Delegate Fee The course fee for the five days including lunches is £1495 plus VAT (where applicable). Cancellation of payments Up to three weeks before the event: free of charge; up to one week before; 50%. Non-attendance will not receive a refund. Can- cellation must be in writing to the Course Administrator in advance. Cancellation by the University The University reserves the right to cancel the course 10 days before if there are not sufficient delegates registered. Food Lunches will be provided each day with breaks for tea and coffee held in the morning and afternoon. Accommodation Delegates are asked to make their own arrangements for overnight accommodation. There are a number of hotels close to the Uni- versity in central Manchester. Please contact the Course Administrator for further details and there is information on our website. The Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management MSc Course The Introduction to Maintenance and Asset Management five-day course is an excellent preparation course for the Masters Degree course that the School of Engineering offer that is available as Part-time and Distance learning formats. For further details of this course please see the Postgraduate section of our website at; http://www.mace.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/maintenance/index.html In and around Manchester The University of Manchester
  7. 7. An Introduction to Page 7 Maintenance Engineering and Asset Management Course booking form Please reserve me a place on the above course Title. Name Organisation Address Post Code Telephone Contact (Work) Telephone Contact (Mobile) Email address Preferred method of payment Invoice to my organisation Please invoice the following contact person & dept. Personal cheque enclosed (payable to - The University of Manchester) I would like to pay by credit card Bank Transfer Signature Date Other Information. Please delete where appropriate. I will / will not require vegetarian meals (or other please For assistance, please contact: state). Amanda Clare, CPD Course Administrator Telephone: 0161 275 4323 I will / will not need special facilities for a disability (please give details The School of MACE The University of Manchester Please send me details about accommodation close to the George Begg Building - Room B15 venue. Sackville Street Manchester M60 1QD The course will be held on the University Of Manchester Campus and location maps will be sent to delegates three Fax your complete application form to: 0161 306 3755 weeks before the event. e-mail booking: mace-cpd@manchester.ac.uk I found out about this course from: http://www.mace.manchester.ac.uk/cpd/ The University of Manchester

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