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Title: Opportunities to Participate in Center for Research & Technology Development (CRTD) Activities Presented at TCOB Meeting – March 1, 2012 Michael Tinkleman, Ph.D. ASME Director, Research


1
Opportunities to Participate in Center for
Research Technology Development (CRTD)
ActivitiesPresented at TCOB Meeting March 1,
2012Michael Tinkleman, Ph.D.ASME Director,
Research
2
The ASME Center for Research and Technology
Development (CRTD) Established 1985
  • CRTD Roles
  • CRTD facilitates the collaboration between
    industry, government, and academia needed to
    address critical national and global issues that
    require mechanical engineering expertise.
  • Example ASME Energy Grand Challenge Roadmap
  • CRTD supports research efforts that meet the
    needs identified by todays mechanical
    engineering professionals.
  • Example Gas Pipeline Safety Yield Strength
    Application Guide
  • CRTD helps to advance the technologies and
    processes that will ensure safe and sustainable
    development now and in the future.
  • Example Sustainable Products Processes
    Strategic Plan

3
CRTD Capabilities / RolesWhat we are uniquely
good at
  • Ability to address ASME Enterprise level issues
  • Development of pre-competitive, collaborative
    research projects
  • Vision and roadmap workshops
  • Industry best practices
  • Peer and program reviews
  • Create ad-hoc Research Committees Incubator
    role

4
CRTD Capabilities / RolesWhat we are uniquely
good at
  • Ability to leverage existing CRTD Research
    Committee content into ASME.org content
  • Act as neutral party convener to share knowledge
    and best practices
  • Provide the collective knowledge of ASME members
    to government and industry programs
  • Provide home for new research committees e.g.
    Jointed Structures Research Committee

5
CRTD Research and Ad Hoc Committees(Over 400
Participants) / Research Areas include
  • Gas Pipeline Safety
  • Peer Review Committee for Energy and Environment
  • Energy, Environment, and Waste
  • Mechanics of Jointed Structures
  • Nanomanufacturing Technology
  • Power Plant Environmental Chemistry
  • Radiation (X-Ray) Technologies
  • Risk Technology
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Sustainable Products and Processes
  • Water Steam in Thermal Systems
  • Water Management Technology
  • Ad Hoc Committee on BioEnergy

6
Potential Mapping of CRTD Research Committees to
Technical Divisions
CRTD Committee Division or Other ASME Unit
Energy, Environment and Waste Materials Energy Recovery, Environmental Engineering
Gas Pipeline Safety Pipeline Systems, PVP
Mechanics of Jointed Structures Design
Nanomanufacturing Technology Manufacturing and MEMS
Power Plant Environmental Chemistry Power
Radiation Technology
Risk Technology Safety Engineering Risk Analysis
Sustainable Energy Advanced Energy, Solar
Sustainable Products and Processes Manufacturing, Process Industries
Water and Steam in Thermal Systems Power, Nuclear
Water Management Technology Power, Process Industries Water Technical Committee
7
CRTD New Project Process
8
CRTD Opportunities for Collaboration
  • Opportunity for a member of a Technical Division,
    Institute, or a Section to collaborate with CRTD
    to
  • Join one of the 12 CRTD research committees
  • Create an ad-hoc CRTD research committee in their
    area of interest
  • Develop Collaboratively Sponsored Research
    Projects with Government Industry Support,
  • Develop a Federal Government or Industry
    sponsored Workshop,
  • Develop an RD Vision or an RD Technology
    Roadmap in your area of Interest.
  • Assist in the implementation of one of the key
    project action items from the ASME Energy Grand
    Challenge Roadmap or the Water Management
    Technology Vision Roadmap Workshop

9
Join a CRTD Research Committee(committees
seeking members)
  • Energy, Environment, and Waste
  • Gas Pipeline Safety
  • Nanomanufacturing Technology
  • Risk Technology
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Sustainable Products and Processes (sustainable
    manufacturing)
  • Water Management Technology (industry experts)

10
New CRTD Research Committee Projects
  • Energy, Environment, Waste
  • Continuous Performance Monitoring for Waste to
    Energy Boilers
  • Fuel Delivery System Upgrades for Utility Boilers
  • Nanomanufacturing Technology
  • Industrial needs assessment workshop
  • Workshop for NSF
  • Nanomanufacturing Enabled Value Creation for
    U.S. Competitiveness through Advanced Mechanical
    Science and Engineering
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Innovative Sustainability Conference/Workshop

11
New CRTD Research Committee Projects
  • Water Consensus Documents
  • Pre-commissioning of Co-Generation and Combined
    Cycle Power Plants
  • Heat Recovery Steam Generator Water Quality
    Guidelines
  • Produced Water for Enhanced Oil Recovery Steam
    Generating Systems
  • Jointed Structures Handbook

12
Opportunities to Participate in CRTD Activities
  • Water Management Technology
  • Establish best management practices (BMP) for
    industrial non-potable water use.
  • Utility Municipal Waste Water BMP Workshop
  • Develop Industry-Specific Workshops to Promote
    and Capture BMPs in water reuse
  • Industrial Demineralization (desalination) BMP
    Workshop
  • Produce Industry Case Study Resource Guide
  • Define 10 Great Challenges for Industrial Water
    Reuse
  • Identify Industries Best-Suited for Water Reuse
  • Evaluate water reuse and recycle efforts in
    industrial applications.

13
Opportunities to Participate in CRTD Activities
  • Energy Grand Challenge Related
  • Increase ASMEs understanding, profile, and
    contributions regarding the energy-water nexus
  • Increase ASMEs profile in renewable and emerging
    technologies through new products and services
  • Strengthen alliances with other societies and
    international organizations to address energy
    issues and challenges

14
Opportunities to Participate in CRTD Activities
  • Sustainable Products and Processes
  • Industrial Needs Assessment Workshop
  • Pre-Workshop survey working with ASME Marketing
  • Track Advance Manufacturing Partnership
    activities opportunities
  • Create a sustainable product rating system
  • Develop methodologies and technologies for
    verification of performance with respect to
    sustainability metrics.
  • Define the critical factors that determine the
    sustainability of manufacturing processes.

15
CRTD Select Publications and Products
  • ASME Energy Grand Challenge Roadmap
  • ASME Water Management Technology Vision and
    Roadmap
  • Sustainable Products Processes Strategic Plan
  • ASME Water Management Technology Best Management
    Practices and Innovations for the Process
    Industries Workshop
  • Application Guide for Determining Yield Strength
    of In-Service Pipe by Evaluating Hardness
  • Steam Tables for Industrial Use
  • Consensus Document for Operating Practices for
    the Sampling and Monitoring of Feedwater and
    Boiler Water Chemistry in Modern Industrial
    Boilers
  • ASME Enterprise Level Projects

16
CRTD Officers Staff
  • Officers
  • John Lloyd, Ph.D., Chair, Board on Research
    Technology Development
  • Darrell Pepper, Ph.D., Vice Chair, Board on
    Research Technology Development
  • CRTD Staff
  • Director Michael Tinkleman, Ph.D.,
    TinklemanM_at_asme.org 202-785-7394
  • Manager Norma Johnston, JohnstonN_at_asme.org
    202-785-7395
  • http//go.asme.org/crtd
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