Authors propose a hybrid system for using both casing as well as BTT approach with suitable signal processing algorithm.
Crack propagation studies were envisaged as further work to predict the time to reach critical crack length for assessing effectiveness of blade parameters to be monitored to prevent catastrophe.
Malcolm Osenton has more than 30 years of experience in maintenance, reliability & engineering management. He is currently the Director of Reliability for Mosaic’s phosphate business unit, responsible for asset reliability improvements across 10 facilities. In his career, he has held leadership positions while working in the pulp & paper industry for 15 years, consulting engineering for 3 years and the last 14 years in the fertilizer Industry. Malcolm is a graduate of the University of South Alabama with a degree in Civil Engineering. He is a Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional and a Certified Reliability Leader.