11th International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services 2022

11th International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services 2022

 

The Through-life Engineering Services (TES) Centre at Cranfield University is delighted to announce the 11th International Conference on Through-life Engineering Services (TESConf2022), to be held during 8-9 November 2022 at Cranfield University, UK.

Dr Gustavo Castelluccio, Programme Chair for the Conference

Liz Wade and Claire Steed, Conference Administrators

Conference Proceedings DOI 10.57996/cran.ceres-4z19

News

TESConf2022 brings together academia and industry to engineering solutions supporting the lifecycle of complex and long-life assets. This CIRP-sponsored conference blends research and industrial solutions related for approaches that enable and optimise the value and the cost in-use. The topics explore design, functionality, performance, reliability and prognosis of life of engineering assets. The research streams cuts across the lifecycle with an emphasis on understanding the design and management to extend life. This year, the conference focuses on the following areas and topics:

Digitalisation in TES

  • Digital transformation
  • Digital twins
  • AR/VR

Industrial product service systems (IPSS)

  • Business models
  • Design for service
  • Design for prognosis

Lifecycle

  • Maintenance and optimisation
  • Repair technologies
  • Health monitoring

TES for sustainability

  • Life-extension approaches
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Application-tuned materials

Recent Submissions

  • Wang, Hanfei; Mitake, Yuya; Alfarisi, Salman; Shimomura, Yoshiki (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    For product-service system (PSS), it is critically important whether PSS could fulfil the requirement of customers. However, in the real business environment, multiple perturbations or noises might happen to weaken the ...
  • Deng, Haoxuan; Khan, Samir; Erkoyuncu, John Ahmet (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    A reliable and comprehensive maintenance is important to promise the system running in a normal state, but it is skill-intensive and heavily dependent on human labor. With the development of predictive maintenance in ...
  • Mohamed, Nurul Hamizah; Khan, Samir; Jagtap, Sandeep (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Medical waste is produced in huge quantities daily, and the increasing amount of it is a worldwide issue that makes managing medical waste more and more crucial. Leakage or improper use of medical waste can be harmful, ...
  • Shahin Elzoubi, O.; Panagiotopoulos, Nikolaos T.; Stiehler, Martin E.; Salonitis, Konstantinos; Georgarakis, Konstantinos (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    The undulatory behaviour is a unique type of mechanical response that was recently observed for metallic glass foils in geometric confinement. It is manifested when normal load is applied on the top of an arc-shaped thin ...
  • Khan, Muhammed Ali; Sha, Aqueel; Yusuf, Adeel; Nisar, Salman (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Surface engineering is a vital aspect of manufacturing industries owing to its benefits both in surface protection and aesthetics. It has been extensively used in various industries to guard against corrosion which is a ...
  • Bissacco, Guiliano; Liltorp, Klaus; Nedrehagen, Ivan; Svinning, Øystein; Nielsen, Nicolaj Elias; Kruse, Christian Wissing; Shaheen, Amrozia (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Metrological characterisation is a fundamental step towards assuring the traceability of a measuring instrument; particularly challenging for non-contact optical imaging systems due to the inadequacy of a specific reference ...
  • Ali, Zain; Addepalli, Yifan; Zhao, Yifan (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    Nondestructive Testing (NDT) covers a wide range of testing methods in which a component can be inspected without affecting its functionality. Infrared thermography is an NDT technique that has gained rapid popularity in ...
  • Guoyi, Xia; Heuermann, Aaron; Thoben, Klaus-Dieter; Ghrairi, Zied (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) has been proposed to add flexibility to traditional production systems. Digital Twin (DT) has been integrated with HRC for safety collaboration. The human behaviour model is an essential ...
  • Jain, Ashrith; Martinetti, Alberto; van Dongen, Leo (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Due to the rising environmental awareness and fluctuating fuel prices over the past decade, several countries started collaborating on a national program to achieve the climate agreement goals of the Paris agreement. At ...
  • He, Feiyang; Durazo-Cardenas, Isidro; Liu, Haochen; Rahman, Miftahur; Rahimi, Masoumeh; Starr, Andrew; Poulter, Michael (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    This study established the viability of autonomous ultrasonic inspections at the technology readiness level 5 (TRL 5). An autonomous ultrasonic rail inspection prototype was developed using commercially available ultrasonic ...
  • Latsou, Christina; Garcia I Minguell, Marta; Sonmez, Ayse Nur; Orteu I Irurre, Roger; Palmisano, Martin Mark; Landon-Valdez, Suresh; Erkoyuncu, John Ahmet; Addepalli, Pavan; Sibson, Jim; Silvey, Olly (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    Big data has become a major challenge in the 21st century, with research being carried out to classify, mine and extract knowledge from data obtained from disparate sources. Abundant data sources with non-standard structures ...
  • Sarfraz, Syed Ali; Abbas, Muntazir; Sarfraz, Shoaib; Ashraf, Farhan (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    The Cu-Ni 90/10 alloy is extensively used in seawater applications mainly because of its excellent heat transferability, resistance toward corrosion and marine fouling. The corrosion resistance of Cu-Ni 90/10 has been found ...
  • Alotaibi, Abdulaziz; Durazo-Cardenas, Isidro; Namoano, Bernadin; Starr, Andrew (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    To maintain safe operations and cost-effective maintenance, British railway tracks must be monitored. Track recording assets which include trains and cars, regularly monitor key components of the track in order to detect ...
  • Shihundla, Bongani Trevor; Mpofu, Khumbulani; Adenuga, Olukorede Tijani (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    A product service system requires coordinated approach from multiple stakeholder groups. Industry, government, and civil society must work together to create and promote the deployment and smooth operation of these systems ...
  • Haruna, Mohammed Sani; Kaisan, Muhammad Usman; Kawule, Muhammad Ibrahim; Aliyu, Abdulkabir (Cranfield University, 08/11/2022)
    The research work titled Development of Bio-Based Cutting Fluid from Roselle Oil with Titanium Dioxide Nano Additive for CNC Machine Turning Operation was carried out in in line with the global best practices of ensuring ...
  • Perlo, Pietro; Rocha, Andre; Alemao, Duarte; Freitas, Nelson; Oliveira, Fabio; Barata, Jose; Stavropoulos, Panos; Papacharalampopoulos, Alexios; Tsoniotis, Nikolaos; Argyriou, Charalampos; Toshev, Rayko; Tharanath, Tharanath; Sodergard, Jani; Alexandra, Saraev; Nunes, Rafael (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Digitalization can be considered as the main driving force towards achieving many different strategies, such as quality control and zero-defect manufacturing, green manufacturing and certified production. To this end, ...
  • Papenberga, Björn; Hogrevea, Sebastian; Trachta, Kirsten (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    The introduction of disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) in the manufacturing industry poses challenges in terms of the subsequent use by employees. When introducing such technologies in the ...
  • Barmak, Honarvar; Asli, Shakibaei; Wang, Yuhan (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Since the stable increasing incidence of brain tumors in recent years, brain tumor detection and monitoring are being attached with more impor tance. To implement the image feature extraction approach for the current ...
  • Khan, Muhammad Al; Jaffrey, Syed Husain Imran; Baqai, Aamer Ahmed; Khan, Mushtaq (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    Energy consumption of a manufacturing system represents its sustainability and efficiency. Sustainable manufacturing processes increase the productivity by improving the input to output ratio. Machining of hard to cut ...
  • Aurich, Jan C; Werrel, Max; Glatt, Moritz (Cranfield University, 2022-11-08)
    The concept of product -service systems (PSS), established around the turn of the millennium, was coined by the realization of increased sustainability potential s compared to offering products alone . As the concept of ...

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