IRIS POWER

2020 Iris Rotating Machine Conference

Save the date : June 22-25, 2020 Renaissance Hotel | Las Vegas

About the Conference

23nd 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.

Registration will open September 2019

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)

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

Highlights from 2019 Program

GENERAL SESSION - Tuesday May 7, 2019


Rotor Rewinds: Old Copper –vs – New CopperHoward Moudy, National Electric Coil, USA


Uprating Considerations in Turbogenerator with Indirectly Hydrogen-Cooled Stator Winding Eduard Abbagu, University of Batangas, Philippines


Recent Experience with Phase to Phase Failures On Generator Stator WindingsMike Bresney, AGT, USA


Detecting Failing Joints in A Power Plant Using Electromagnetic Interference (Emi) EquipmentClyde Maughan, Maughan Generator Consultants, USA, Jim Timperley, consulant, USA


Generator Diagnostics - From Failure Modes to Risk for Forced OutageGabor Csaba, Fortum, Sweden


Stator Insulation Aging and Design for ReliabilityWilliam Chen, Teco Westinghouse, USA


EPRI Generator Research: Past, Present and FutureKeynote Speaker - Bill Moore, EPRI




HYDRO SESSION - Wednesday May 8, 2019


How much PD is too Much?Vicki Warren, Iris Power, USA


Off-The-Shelve Static Excitation System: A Cost-Effective Alternative for Hydrogeneration Plants Enrique Morquecho, Humberto Camarena, Jenkins Electric, USA


Hydro-Turbine Monitoring: From Self-Learned Equipment Behavior to a Single Global Deviation IndicatorFrancois Leonard, Hydro Quebec, Canada


Stator Rewind Specifications – How much detail is too much?Scott Cotner, US Army Corp of Engineers, USA


Repair the Hydro Generator by Cutting Out Stator Winding Bars/Coils Igor Chichkin, BC Hydro, Canada


Qualification of Stator Coils and BarsYoonduk Seol, Hydro Quebec, Canada


Observations from Dissections of 10 Hydro WindingsMladen Sasic, Iris Power, Canada


Noxon Rapids Unit 2 Generator Bus RepairDavid Schwall, Avista, USA


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