11-13 June 2013
With the increasing environmental and economical challenges in building and operating power plants, technical advances and opportunities
are needed as changes can be expected in processes, fuels, equipment, and expectations of the market, customers and the society.
Successful solutions to manage the future condition and performance of new and existing assets will require good understanding
of the deterioration mechanisms, and efficient methods to measure and combat them in both ageing plant and introduced reduced carbon technology.
The BALTICA IX Conference aims to provide an updated review on the current and emerging methods and tools for condition and life management
of thermal power plants, particularly for personnel involved with plant operation and maintenance, supply of components and services,
and development and application of emerging technology. The event will focus on new issues and recent experience in evaluating and
maintaining the safe and economic condition of major plant components including materials issues for new and existing plants.
The Conference also aims to offer insight into improvements in the methods to evaluate major components and systems,
with practical examples on cases and in-plant experience.