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.

Types of Steel-Grades of Steel

Steel is an alloy containing Iron and Carbon as the primary elements. Various other alloying elements are added to it for achieving some desired properties in Steel. It is a