Transmission Line Asset Management Interest Group
Many of the transmission lines built prior to the mid 1900s are still in service and those built during the expansion years of the 1960s and 70s are beginning to show their age, requiring ongoing maintenance and assessment. During the life of a transmission line, asset management decisions are made on an ongoing basis with an emphasis on extending the life of the assets, maintaining or improving reliability and performance, and ensuring the safe operation of the transmission lines system.
The objective of the Transmission Line Asset Management Interest Group(TLAM) is to bring together interested parties to exchange informationon asset management practices and techniques and to facilitate research that will optimize the management of overhead transmission line assets. Key focus areas of the group include life extension of the assets to defer the need for major capital expenditures, the refinement and development of prudent and effective asset management practices, and maintenance techniques to reduce life cycle cost and maintain performance of the transmission lines system.
Topics and Issues:
- Asset Investment Decision Making & Business Practices
- Optimum Maintenance
- Health Assessment & End of-Life Prediction
- Corrosion Control and Mitigation
- Performance Issues, Evaluations and Solutions
- Technical Standards and Supplements
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Face-to-Face: TLAM 2015 Fall Meeting
Attendance Open to Electrical Utilities
19 Oct 2015 in Los Angeles, CA
Industry Conference: T&D Conference - Asset Management Practices for Electric Utilities: Current State & Lessons Learned
20-21 Oct 2015 in Los Angeles, CA