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Vibration, It’s Just Physics

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Webinar Description: 
Vibration measurement is a key component of a comprehensive reliability program whether that be Condition Based Monitoring or Predictive Maintenance. It is a crucial tool for understanding the behavior of the machinery and structures that comprise our industrial facilities to ensure optimal performance. At the core of a seemingly complex topic such as vibration monitoring are simple physics concepts that govern the behaviors of our machinery and structures. In the presentation, we will go back to the basics and discuss the physics of vibration at a basic level. For example, the harmonic oscillator is one of the simplest concepts to understand yet governs most of vibration. At the same time, it is also the example that most physical concepts are applied to first from simple F=ma to complex electrodynamics problems. This presentation will be at the beginner’s level. No physics background needed. We will discuss where some of the basic tenets of vibration originate from and explore vibration from a whole new angle. If you are interested in vibration and want to see it in a new light this is for you.

Learning Takeaways:
– Discover the origins of vibration from a physics perspective.
– Explore vibration from a different fundamental viewpoint to better understand the measurements you are making.
– Beginner’s level physics principles that are fundamental to vibration

About the Presenter:
Jeff graduated from the University of Louisville in 2011 with a Doctorate in Physics where his research focused heavily on Applied Optical Physics. After graduation he took a position as a Research Engineer with the University of Louisville where his roles focused on data acquisition, signal processing, software development, and data analysis. Several of the grants Dr. Hay participated in required commercialization strategies of which he spearheaded. While at the University he invented a technology to measure motions remotely with the use of video camera, a technology that was patented in 2011. In 2013 Dr. Hay left the University to start RDI, LLC to bring the technology he invented out of the University and into commercial markets. He took on the role of CEO of RDI and licensed the technology from the University of Louisville. In addition to this he has worked with sub-licensees to assist in commercialization of the technology within their organizations.

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About the Author

Jeff Hay CEO, RDI Technologies

Jeff graduated from the University of Louisville in 2011 with a Doctorate in Physics where his research focused heavily on Applied Optical Physics. After graduation he took a position as a Research Engineer with the University of Louisville where his roles focused on data acquisition, signal processing, software development, and data analysis. Several of the grants Dr. Hay participated in required commercialization strategies of which he spearheaded. While at the University he invented a technology to measure motions remotely with the use of video camera, a technology that was patented in 2011. In 2013 Dr. Hay left the University to start RDI, LLC to bring the technology he invented out of the University and into commercial markets. He took on the role of CEO of RDI and licensed the technology from the University of Louisville. In addition to this he has worked with sub-licensees to assist in commercialization of the technology within their organizations.