In a collaboration with Federation University Australia, the Asset Management Council is delighted to announce this year’s Research and Industry Days, taking place virtually over Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 June 2023.

This is a free event for all guests.

A series of virtual presentations by final year students undertaking maintenance and asset management research projects. It’s an opportunity for students to share their research and findings with Industry and for Industry to find out what is happening with the latest research and how this can be applied to your organisation.
A number of students will present their research in rapid fire presentations with an opportunity for participants to ask questions after each presentation.

Tune in for the whole two days or just the presentations that are of interest.

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It’s a good chance to discover:

  • Findings from latest research and studies
  • How it applies to what you do
  • What skills and experience can contribute to your success
  • How to stay ahead of your competition to remain viable

Research topics include:

  • Evaluation and decision support for extension in operational life of haulage trucks (Bilal Ajmal)
  • Optimisation of Chemical Storage for Improving Maintenance & Reliability Engineering (Brenton Houchen)
  • Prevention of pinion bearing overheating failure and its lubrication improvement: Case study of a 1360kW ball mill in mineral processing (D. Kabeya Nahum)
  • Low Quality Water Pump Station fit for purpose capital and operational financial assessment for generation and rehabilitation (Dwayne McAlpine)
  • A Case Study of the Development of Asset Management Systems and Implementation of Maintenance Management Models as part of the Serco managed Fiona Stanley Hospital Estate Transition Program (Gary Hayes)
  • Optimisation of planned Maintenance and technician work in a supply chain (Idin Ghafouri)
  • Maintenance option analysis for Gas Engine parts for reducing costs without increasing risks (Jenny Kottarathil James)
    • Improving Unplanned Downtime of Caterpillar 993K Loaders due to Articulation Hitch Failures – using Proact Root Cause Analysis (Kane McDonald)
  • Development of Maintenance Strategies for Lyons Feed Control Units and Auxiliary Systems in Magnetite Processing Plant (Pasindu Perera)
  • Electro winning Rectiformer reliability analysis and Asset Management (Praveen De Silva)
  • Reliability Improvement of 58MW Steam Turbine (Rizwan Younus)
    • Software update optimisation for maintenance process efficiency by Lean Six Sigma (Robert Hurley)
  • Developing a value stream map to evaluate planned corrective works for outsource maintenance services (Ryan Snell)
  • Protected Mobility Vehicle Through Life Support Assessment (Shayane Salau)

Program agenda and times will be finalised and released closer to the event.