What is Acoustic-Induced Vibration or AIV?

What is Acoustic-Induced Vibration or AIV? Acoustic-Induced Vibration or AIV is a severe high-frequency vibration that the piping systems carrying vapor or gases may experience near the high pressure reducing

Flow-Induced Vibration (FIV)

What is Flow-Induced Vibration or FIV? Flow-Induced Vibration or FIV is a large-amplitude, low frequency (generally <100 Hz) vibration that can occur in piping systems carrying high-velocity turbulent fluids. Flow-induced

Motion Amplification Technology (MAT) for Piping Vibration Visualization

Iris M from RDI technologies is the first device of its kind that allows users to see – in real time – motion that is unseen to the human eye.