Seminar on Challenges and Case Studies on Measurement of Deep Hole Straightness: Marine, Oil & Gas and Aerospace

Date: 03 Nov 2011 - 03 Nov 2011

Venue: SIMTech Auditorium, Tower block, Level 3

This seminar is designed to provide participants with a better understanding of the acoustic sensing technology for in-situ measurement of deep hole straightness for the oil and gas sector. Opportunities are available for local SMEs to explore advanced measurements technology for in-situ measurement in collaboration with renowned research institutes, gun drilling companies and renowned acoustic instruments manufacturers.

 9.30am      Welcome Address by Dr Lim Beng Siong, Deputy Director, PE COI, SIMTech
10.00am     Characteristics of holes to be measured with actual samples by Dr Lim Beng Siong, PE COI, SIMTech
10.45am     Tea Break & Networking
11.15am     Design of an Ultrasonic Imaging System for In-situ Deep Hole Misalignment Measurement by Dr Gan Woon Siong, Acoustical Technologies
12.00pm     Case Study - Acoustic Sensing System for Inspection of Heat-Exchangers by Mr Yuval Levin, Acoustic Eye
12.45pm     Lunch & Networking
2.00pm       Factors affecting the accuracy of measurement of deep hole straightness using ultrasonic by Dr Stephen Brian Wong, SIMTech, NTU
2.45pm       Case Study - Applications in the aerospace industry by Mr Chris Gartside, Ultrasonic Sciences
3.30pm       Q&A
4.00pm       Tea break & Networking
5.00pm       End

Pre-registration for this non-chargeable event is required for logistics and catering purposes. To reserve a place, please register online.

Who Should Attend
Representatives from the oil & gas sectors will find this seminar most relevant. SIMTech SMS & PE COI members, PE business owners and technical professionals, RI researchers, Governent agencies staff, machinists and engineering students are welcome to attend.

Contact Us
For technical enquiries, please contact Dr Fang Zhongping, Email:
For general enquiries, please contact Alice Koh, Email: