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Programme

October 7, 2013

09:00 Pre-Workshop Tutorial
POD data collection & analysis – Tools for beginners (has to be booked additionally)

October 7, 2013

13:00Opening
13:30 (close) Keynote Presentations
Session chair: U. Ewert, DGZfP-Fachausschuss Durchstrahlungsprüfung, Berlin, Germany
L. Schaefer, Blue Origin, Kent, USA
1
13:30
A Path Forward for NDE Reliability
W.D. Rummel, D & W Enterprises, Littleton, USA
Abstract:
Nondestructive Evaluation (NDE) is an essential element in modern industry and to advanced technolo... more
2
14:10
A Plenary View on the Vigor of our NDE Reliability Models
C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
D. Kanzler, Applied Validation of NDT, Berlin, Germany
M. Skender, BAM, Berlin, Germany
M. Bertovic, Berlin, Germany
R. Holstein, DGZfP Ausbildung und Training, Berlin, Germany
J. Pitkänen, Posiva, Eurajoki, Finland
U. Ronneteg, SKB, Oskarshamn, Sweden
Abstract:
Using the Modular Reliability Model the three different main influencing elements, i.e. intrinsic ... more
14:50Break
15:20 (close) Session 1 - New Methods I
Session chair: D. Forsyth, TRI, Austin, USA
J.H. Kurz, DB Systemtechnik, Brandenburg-Kirchmöser, Germany
3
15:20
NDE Reliability Enhancement Using Model Assisted POD
L.J. Bond, T.A. Gray, J.N. Gray, W.Q. Meeker, Iowa State University, Ames, USA
P. Ramuhalli, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington, USA
Abstract:
Challenges being faced for in-service inspection (ISI) and monitoring to ensure the enduring safety... more
4
16:00
Evaluation of Radiographic Testing Performance with an Advanced POD Approach
D. Kanzler, Applied Validation of NDT, Berlin, Germany
C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
J. Pitkänen, Posiva, Eurajoki, Finland
Abstract:
POD is the most often used approach for the evaluation of the reliability of non-destructive testin... more
5
16:20
Merging of Experimental and Simulated Data Sets with a Bayesian Technique in the Context of POD Curves Determination
B. Chapuis, CEA LIST, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
N. Dominguez, Airbus Group Innovations, Toulouse, France
P. Willaume, T. Yalamas, PHIMECA Engineering, Cournon d'Auvergne, France
F. Jenson, SAFRAN, Magny Les Hameaux Cedex, France
Abstract:
POD curves are usually described using a parametric model which relates the probability to detect a... more
16:40Break
17:10 (close) Session 2 - New Methods II
Session chair: D. Forsyth, TRI, Austin, USA
J.H. Kurz, DB Systemtechnik, Brandenburg-Kirchmöser, Germany
6
17:10
Simulation-Supported POD for Ultrasonic Testing – Recommendations from the PICASSO Project
F. Schubert, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden, Germany
N. Dominguez, Airbus Group Innovations, Toulouse, France
V. Dorval, C. Gilles-Pascaud, R. Raillon-Picot, CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
H.-U. Baron, J. Farnhammer, MTU Aero Engines, München, Germany
T. Barden, Rolls-Royce, Bristol, UK
J.-Y. Chatellier, Snecma, Moissy Cramayel, France
Abstract:
The objective of the European project PICASSO (Improved reliability inspection of aeronautic struct... more
7
17:30
Quantifying NDE Reliability from ENIQ Qualification Information
I. Virkkunen, M. Kemppainen, K. Miettinen, Trueflaw, Espoo, Finland
Abstract:
The current trend towards risk-informed inspection planning, increasing requirements on plant safet... more
8
17:50
Simulation Assisted POD in the Aeronautical Context
F. Reverdy, M2M-NDT, Les Ulis, France
N. Dominguez, Airbus Group Innovations, Toulouse, France
S. Mahaut, CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
F. Jenson, SAFRAN, Magny Les Hameaux Cedex, France
Abstract:
Performances and reliability of NDT operations are often quantified through the determination of Pr... more
9
18:10
Estimating Probability of Detection Curves Related to Eddy Current Sender – Receiver Probes
A. Rosell, GKN Aerospace, Trollhättan, Sweden
G. Persson, H. Wirdelius, Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden
Abstract:
Sender – receiver probes are commonly used in eddy current procedures for crack detection. Such pro... more
18:30Poster Evening

October 8, 2013

09:00 (close) Session 3 - New Methods III
Session chair: L.J. Bond, Iowa State University, Ames, USA
M. Carboni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
10
09:00
A Review of POD Estimation from Multiple Sources of Data
D. Forsyth, TRI, Austin, USA
Abstract:
In the process of estimation of probability of detection (POD), the collection of relevant data can... more
11
09:40
The Potential in Simulations and Meta-Modeling for Understanding and Development of NDE
P. Hammersberg, G. Persson, H. Wirdelius, Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden
Abstract:
By combining detailed mathematical modeling of the physics in ultrasonic non-destructive testing wi... more
12
10:00
Simulation Based POD Estimation for Radiographic Testing of Turbine Blades
H.-U. Baron, MTU Aero Engines, München, Germany
C. Bellon, A. Deresch, BAM, Berlin, Germany
B. Henkel, MTU Aero Engines, München, Germany
Abstract:
During manufacturing of turbine blades in some cases pores can appear. A pore is a possible startin... more
10:20Break
10:50 (close) Session 4 - New Methods IV
Session chair: L.J. Bond, Iowa State University, Ames, USA
M. Carboni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
13
10:50
The Reliability of Model-Based NDT in Civil Engineering Using Vibration-Based Inspection Method Including Models Coupling Quality
M. Deeb, V. Zabel, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany
Abstract:
The estimation of the probability of detection (POD) of a certain damage in a structure by means of... more
14
11:10
Validation of the Rotating UT Probe for In-Service Inspections of Freight Solid Axles by Means of the MAPOD Approach
M. Carboni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
C. Gilardoni, Gilardoni, Mandello del Lario, Italy
S. Cantini, Lucchini RS, Lovere, Italy
Abstract:
The present scenario of freight applications in Europe is characterized by a trend towards rolling ... more
15
11:30
Methods to Assess the Quality of Non-Destructive Testing in Civil Engineering Using POD and GUM for Static Calculations of Existing Structures
S. Feistkorn, SVTI, Wallisellen, Switzerland
A. Taffe, HTW, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
To draw reliable conclusions from results gained with non-destructive testing methods in civil-engi... more
16
11:50
Reliability Considerations of NDT by Probability of Detection (POD) Determination Using Ultrasound Phased Array – Results from a Project in Frame of the German Nuclear Safety Research Program
J.H. Kurz, DB Systemtechnik, Brandenburg-Kirchmöser, Germany
S. Dugan, ENSI, Brugg, Switzerland
A. Jüngert, MPA Universität Stuttgart, Germany
Abstract:
Reliable assessment procedures are an important aspect of maintenance concepts. Non-destructive tes... more
12:10Lunch
13:00 (close) Session 5 - Human Factors
Session chair: C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
J. Pitkänen, Posiva, Eurajoki, Finland
17
13:00
Safety and Reliability – Resilience Engineering Prevents Systems from Failing
B. Fahlbruch, TÜV NORD EnSys Hannover, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Incidents, near-misses and quality problems are signs of the system’s drift to danger. How do these... more
18
13:40
Improving Inspection Reliability Through Operator Selection & Training
B. McGrath, L. Carter, AMEC, Warrington, UK
Abstract:
A number of years ago the UK’s Health & Safety Executive sponsored a series of three projects inves... more
19
14:00
We Know How To Improve Inspection Reliability - Why Don’t We Do It?
L. Carter, B. McGrath, AMEC, Warrington, UK
Abstract:
The PANI projects, sponsored by the UK’s Health & Safety Executive, were completed and reported in ... more
20
14:20
Holistic Risk Assessment and Risk Prevention Approach to the Mechanized NDT and the Inspection Procedure
M. Bertovic, Berlin, Germany
C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
J. Pitkänen, Posiva, Eurajoki, Finland
U. Ronneteg, SKB, Oskarshamn, Sweden
B. Fahlbruch, TÜV NORD EnSys Hannover, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
The difficulty to deal with human factors in non-destructive testing (NDT) stems from their diversi... more
15:00Break
15:30 (close) Session 6 - Applications in Industry I
Session chair: U. Ronneteg, SKB, Oskarshamn, Sweden
G. Selby, EPRI, Charlotte, USA
21
15:30
How Are We Still Flying? Contributions of NDE Reliability Within Overall Risk Management for Airframes.
L. Schaefer, Blue Origin, Kent, USA
Abstract:
In-service health monitoring of riveted Aluminum Fuselage & Wing structures has been a vital compon... more
22
16:10
Novel Approach for Improving Reliability of Phased Array Ultrasonic Testing and Monitoring of Pressure Swing Adsorber Vessels Integrity against Fatigue Cracking
M.G. Lozev, BP Products North America, Naperville, USA
M. den Ouden, Applus RTD, Rotterdam, Netherlands
K.-H. Dust, BP Europe, Lingen, Germany
R. Brodzinski, BP Products North America, Naperville, USA
R. Spencer, E. Todorov, EWI, Columbus, USA
L. Le Ber, M2M-NDT, Les Ulis, France
M. Czubanowski, TÜV NORD EnSys, Hamburg, Germany
Abstract:
Stringent requirements for non-destructive, pre-start-up testing and on-line assurance against fati... more
23
16:30
Numerical Evaluation of ROC of Potential Mapping
S. Keßler, cbm, TU München, Germany
C. Gehlen, TU München, Germany
Abstract:
The corrosion of the reinforcement is often the major cause for the end of service life of reinforc... more
19:30Workshop Dinner

October 9, 2013

09:00 (close) Session 7 - Applications in Industry II
Session chair: M.G. Lozev, BP Products North America, Naperville, USA
U. Ronneteg, SKB, Oskarshamn, Sweden
24
09:00
Inputs for the Performance of an Industry Round Robin to Determine the Reliability of Remote Visual Examination
G. Selby, J. Lindberg, EPRI, Charlotte, USA
M.T. Anderson, P. Ramuhalli, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington, USA
Abstract:
Globally, regulators have challenged the reliability and capabilities of remote visual examinations... more
25
09:20
The Benefits of Structured Inspection Qualification Programs
G. Selby, T. Seuaciuc-Osorio, EPRI, Charlotte, USA
Abstract:
Periodic inspection of critical components in a nuclear power plant is an essential item toward ens... more
26
09:40
Advantages of AREVA GmbH Qualified Visual Inspections in Accordance with ENIQ
E. Tsvetkov, Framatome, Erlangen, Germany
Abstract:
The visual inspection is one of the most important NDT methods in nuclear power plants. The accredi... more
10:00Break
10:30 (close) Session 8 - Reliability of SHM
Session chair: L. Schaefer, Blue Origin, Kent, USA
M. Wall, ESR Technology, Abingdon, UK
27
10:30
Time Dependent Probability of Detection for Ultrasonic Structural Health Monitoring
J. Fisher, SwRI, San Antonio, USA
Abstract:
Ultrasonic inspection and structural health monitoring (SHM) of metal components has been demonstra... more
28
11:10
Characterizing the Performance of Lamb Wave Based SHM Systems – A Two-Step Approach Based on Simulation-Supported POD and Reliability Aspects
F. Schubert, B. Frankenstein, G. Lautenschläger, M. Röllig, L. Schubert, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden, Germany
Abstract:
The performance of conventional NDE systems with one or a few sensors can be adequately described b... more
29
11:30
Influences on Reliability and Performance of AU Based SHM Systems, Requirements and Approach for Detection Performance Assessment
C. Stolz, A. Haberl, C. Meisner, Airbus Defence and Space, Manching, Germany
Abstract:
Recent trends show an increasing need for prognostics and lifetime estimations for damage critical ... more
30
11:50
Manual UT vs Permanently Installed Sensors
F. Cegla, Imperial College London, UK
Abstract:
The quantification of a complex system’s reliability is extremely difficult. The reliability of NDE... more
12:10Lunch
13:00 (close) Session 9 - Integrated Solutions I
Session chair: J. Fisher, SwRI, San Antonio, USA
F. Schubert, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden, Germany
31
13:00
NDE Reliability: Current Challenges and Actions in the USA
G. Selby, EPRI, Charlotte, USA
Abstract:
Often we perform NDE in order to comply with regulatory or other requirements, without taking credi... more
32
13:40
NDT Reliability in the Organizational Context of Service Inspection Companies
R. Holstein, DGZfP Ausbildung und Training, Berlin, Germany
D. Kanzler, Applied Validation of NDT, Berlin, Germany
C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
M. Bertovic, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
Much of NDT-Reliability-Research in the past was done in the field of two high risk industries: (at... more
33
14:00
Evaluating POD in Real Situations and the ‘Delta’ Factor
M. Wall, ESR Technology, Abingdon, UK
Abstract:
The use of Probability of Detection (POD) to characterise the reliability of non-destructive testin... more
14:20Break
14:50 (close) Session 10 - Integrated Solutions II
Session chair: J. Fisher, SwRI, San Antonio, USA
F. Schubert, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden, Germany
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Test1
A. Schmidt, DGZfP, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
TestKufa
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14:50
Practical Estimation of Probability of Detection in Modern Industrial Nondestructive Testing Systems
D. Forsyth, TRI, Austin, USA
Abstract:
The United States Air Force MIL-HDBK-1823 is a widely accepted document that describes practical an... more
35
15:10
Reliability Studies, a Tool in the Development of Techniques for NDT of the Canister for the Swedish Spent Nuclear Fuel
U. Ronneteg, SKB, Oskarshamn, Sweden
M. Bertovic, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
The Swedish KBS-3 design for the disposal of spent fuel is based on encapsulation of the fuel in ca... more
36
15:30
The Time Evolution of Actual Condition and Apparent Condition for an Inspected System
D. Horn, AECL, Chalk River, Canada
Abstract:
The actual condition of a system may not be identical to its apparent condition as reported from in... more
37
15:50
Reliable Evaluation of the Acceptability of the Weld for Final Disposal Based on the Canister Copper Weld Inspection Using Different NDT Methods
J. Pitkänen, Posiva, Eurajoki, Finland
D. Kanzler, Applied Validation of NDT, Berlin, Germany
D. Brackrock, G. Brekow, C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
M. Bertovic, Berlin, Germany
U. Ewert, DGZfP-Fachausschuss Durchstrahlungsprüfung, Berlin, Germany
Abstract:
The inspection of the sealing weld is an important phase for the evaluation of the acceptability of... more
16:10Break
16:40Poster Evaluation Session

October 10, 2013

09:00Introduction - Break-out-Sessions
Overall moderation:
R. Holstein, DGZfP Ausbildung und Training, Berlin, Germany
B. McGrath, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom
09:30 (close) Break-out Sessions
Group 1
New Reliability Methods:
MultiparameterPOD, MAPOD, Bayesian

D. Forsyth, TRI, Austin, USA
P. Calmon, CEA LIST, Gif-sur-Yvette, France

Group 2
Reliability of SHM
J. Fisher, SwRI, San Antonio, USA
F. Schubert, Fraunhofer IZFP, Dresden, Germany
Group 3
Human Factors
M. Bertovic, C. Müller, BAM, Berlin, Germany
Group 4
Applications in Industry
U. Ronneteg, SKB, Oskarshamn, Sweden
W.D. Rummel, D & W Enterprises, Littleton, USA
Group 5
Integrated Solutions and the “Delta”
G. Selby, EPRI, Charlotte, USA
L. Carter, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom
12:00Lunch
13:00Workshop Summary & Closure (end ca. 14:00)
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