IRIS POWER

2020 Iris Rotating Machine Conference

June 22-25, 2020 Renaissance Hotel | Las Vegas

About the Conference

23rd Iris Rotating Machine Conference - IRMC, June 22-25, 2020

The Iris Rotating Machine Conference is a technical conference held annually, 2020 will be our 23rd year. This conference is dedicated to bringing together professionals from around the world to discuss the predictive maintenance technologies and to educate attendees on the practical aspects of implementing condition-based maintenance for motors and generators. Attendees will have the opportunity to share their experiences with recent failures, repair methods, testing and monitoring.

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Hotel

Renaissance Las Vegas
3400 Paradise Road
Las Vegas,
NV 89169

Phone: +1 702-784-5700

Room Rate – $149.00 Cut-off date for Group Rate June 2, 2020

2020 Preliminary Agenda

Monday – Tutorials (in parallel)

 

Tuesday – Technical Session

  • Breakfast
  • 9:00 to 12:00 | Motor & Turbo Generator Session topics include Repair Procedures, Off-line Testing for winding condition, Recent Motor & Generator Failures
  •  Lunch
  • 1:30 to 3:00 | Keynote Speaker
  • 3:30 to 5:00 | Breakout Sessions – In parallel
    • Turbo Generator
    • Motor
    • Hydro Generator
  • 6:00 to 7:30 | Pre-dinner Reception
  • 7:00 pm onward | Hospitality Suite

Wednesday – Technical Session

  • Breakfast
  • 9:00 to 12:00 | Hydro Session topics include Endwinding, Machine Failure and Case Studies in detecting problems – on-line monitoring
  • Lunch
  • 1:30 to 2:30 | Hydro Session continued
  • 3:00 to 4:00 | Iris Power User Group Meeting
  • 4:30 to 6:00 | Walk-in Clinic – bring your data for analysis
  • 7:00 pm onward | Hospitality Suite

Thursday – Tutorials (in parallel)

 

Cost:

Technical Sessions – (Tuesday & Wednesday)

  • $650.00 US
  • $585.00 US (early bird until May 20th)
  • Author (one per paper) – No charge

Tutorials – (Monday & Thursday)

  • $150.00 US each

(Registration includes breakfast daily and lunch Tuesday & Wednesday)

For more information contact:
Karen Howard | khoward@qualitrolcorp.com | +1 905 364 4568

Take advantage of the opportunity to join large motor and generator experts from around the world to discuss best practices and innovations in equipment design, operations, monitoring, diagnostics and maintenance.

We are now looking for relevant papers for the rotating machine technical program.  Preferred subjects include:

  • Recent stator or rotor winding failures
  • New winding repair methods
  • Experience with machine testing and condition monitoring
  • Advances in motor and generator design
  • Machine maintenance procedures.

Schedule of Submission

  • Abstract submittal deadline February 1, 2020
  • Authors notified of acceptance February 28, 2020
  • Presentation submittal deadline May 8, 2020

Please submit a short abstract by February 1, 2020 to Karen Howard (khoward@qualitrolcorp.com).

2020 Preliminary Program confirmed presentations

Discovering and Resolving Rewind Problems using PDA Baseline Data AnalysisScott Cotner, US Army Corp of Engineers, USA


Failed Pole to Pole Connections on Hydrogenerator RotorDavis Schwall, Avista, USA


Failure and Repair of a 100-year-old 22.5 MVA Hydrogenerator StatorJoel Pedneault-Desroches, Hydro Quebec, Canada


How Much PD is too Much PD - A Progress ReportHoward Sedding, Iris Power-Qualitrol, Canada


Balancing of Hydro Stator Winding in Case of Multiple Coil BypassingJean-Louis Drommi, EDF, France


Preventing Failures in Isolated Phase Bus James Timperley, Charles Taylor Technical Services, USA


Things to Make Sure You Have in  Stator Rewind SpecJohn Linn, Portland General Electric, USA


Stator and Rotor Winding Repair Experiences Indra Jaya & Sukimo Kuncoro, Indonesia Power, Indonesia


Magnetic Unbalance Problem on 60 Year Old Hydrogenator – Analysis and SolutionOzren Orešković, Veski, Croatia


Hydro Generator Earth Fault – Installation of Carbon Dust Collection SystemPeter Kelly, ESB, Ireland


Challenges Of Rewinding Old And New High Voltage Generator StatorsHoward Moudy, National-Electric Coil, USA


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