Intelligent DNA (decimation numerical algorithm) gleans valuable information from oversampled vibration data before it is destroyed through normal decimation processes. Traditional decimation reduces ultrasonic frequency range digital vibration data to a maximum freqeuncy range of interest. This is efficient and effective for monitoring sinusoidal motion, rotation, displacement, and natural resonance of mechanical components. Intelligent decimation studies the oversampled data first. There are three superimposed vibration constituents. Lower sonic frequencies convey information about dynamic motion of components as just stated. Higher sonic frequency data reveal forceful compression and impulse stress wave information. Ultrasonic frequency illuminate occurrences of friction, turbulence, and interfacial slip stress waves. Intelligent DNA derives sonic and ultrasonic waveforms indicative precise timing and sequences for forceful engaments in addition to weaker slip, rub, and friction movements. Monitoring applications include slow speed, reciprocating, articulating, and rotating machines, in addition to electrical gear and process flows.
Ray is an engineer and inventor named on two dozen US patents associated with oil analyzers, infrared thermography, machine monitoring, and composite structures. Ray is known for his participation in developing CSI 5100 and CSI 5200 minilabs. Ray received his BS Degree from West Point and MS degree from the University of Tennessee. His professional certifications have included Professional Engineer (PE), Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS), and US Army Engineer (LTC retired). Ray worked for the US Army Corps of Engineers, US DOE Uranium Gas Centrifuge Program, CSI Emerson Process Management, I-care Reliability Inc., and Spectro Scientific.