Concepts and solutions for condition and life management of ageing power and process plants
With evolving environmental and business issues in operating and maintaining new and ageing plants, judiciously implemented technical advances may provide competitive opportunities. Nevertheless, new challenges will keep arising from the changes in available and acceptable processes, fuels, systems and frameworks of the markets and regulation. Understanding the mechanisms and opportunities to adapt will provide likely value in maintaining dependable capacity and in establishing justified routes to a sustainable future.
The BALTICA XI Conference aims to provide an update on the current and emerging approaches for condition and life management of thermal power and process plants, with foreseen benefit particularly for personnel involved with plant operation and maintenance, supply of components and services, and applications of inspections, monitoring, modelling and assessment of critical systems, equipment and materials. The Conference will focus on new issues and cases on evaluated or predicted performance, and added value and insight are sought from practical examples and in-plant experience.
- Concepts, methods and applications in inspections and life management
- Risk and resilience based management of alternative options
- Inspection, integrity and materials issues for high temperature equipment
- Solutions for heat exchangers, pipework, boilers, turbines and other critical equipment.