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
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
Vibration monitoring can be defined as the monitoring of the rotary equipment (pumps, compressors, turbines, fans, etc.) using a set of tools to find out equipment health continuously or at
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Piping Vibration can be defined as a continuous to and fro motion from an equilibrium position. Piping vibration problems cause serious integrity risks to operating plants; both onshore and offshore
Two-phase flow refers to the interactive flow of two distinct phases with common interfaces in a piping system, with each phase representing a mass or volume of matter. The two