Prognostics and Health Management; Fundamentals, Elements, RUL Determination Techniques

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On Dec 10, 2020, Dr. Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad presented: 

Prognostics and Health Management; Fundamentals, Elements, RUL Determination Techniques

Abstract
The core of U.S. economy, security and quality of life depends on complex engineering systems that range from power plants, energy systems, and pipelines to aircraft, defense, and transportation systems. These complex engineering systems consistent of interconnected and diverse hardware, software, and human elements in dynamic conditions, physical processes, and
environments. Over the past decades, significant advances in sensing and computing have led to an explosion of new data and PHM algorithms designed to monitor component reliability. This webinar will discuss the advancements of PHM techniques and the simulation tools available to estimate the fatigue, corrosion, wear and creep life (RUL) of structures. Several Case studies will be presented.


Bio
Dr. Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad is a safety/reliability analyst in multidisciplinary systems analysis with Keurig Green Mountain and Associate Professor (adj) of Mechanical engineering at University of Maryland and was an Associate Professor of Reliability Engineering, with Sahand University of Technology (SUT). He received his Ph.D in Reliability Engineering from University of Maryland (UMD), and holds one M.Sc degree in Nuclear Engineering and another in Reliability Engineering from UMD. His undergraduate degree was in Electrical
Engineering. Dr Pourgol-Mohammad has more than 18 year of work experience including research and teaching in safety applications and reliability engineering at various institutions including Johnson Controls, Sahand University of Technology, FM Global, Goodman Manufacturing, UMD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), University of Zagreb-Croatia. He is a senior member of ASQ, ASME (currently ASME Safety Engineering and Risk/Reliability Analysis Division (SER2D) Chair), ANS and member of several technical committees and a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Nuclear Engineering in States of Massachusetts. He is a certified reliability engineer (ASQ CRE), certified six sigma Black Belt (CSSBB) and Manager of Quality

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