The Workshop provides a periodic forum for research laboratories and industry to present and discuss current technological advancements, operability and maintenance experience of large cryogenic systems in the support to the physics research community or to industrial production.
The Workshop topics are intended to include the latest practical engineering, safety and operational management applications and techniques that have been found to enhance the operational costs, reliability and flexibility.
This includes topics such as the initial choice of the refrigeration cycle design; utility management; manpower scheduling; plant control philosophy and automation; short and long term maintenance scheduling; refrigerant loss detection and control; system contamination; component reliability; and equipment technical performance issues. Discussions of current technical problems and possible solutions are encouraged.
Starts Jun 5, 2018 08:00
Ends Jun 7, 2018 18:00
This workshop is aimed at engineers who currently operate, or plan to operate, large cryogenic systems in support of research or industrial applications. Engineers from research laboratories, private industry and students from participating institutes are welcome to attend.