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President and CEO
November 2017 - Present4 yrs10 mosCarl provides consultation, mentoring and training services in CBM and PHM technical areas.
CBM+ Technical Lead
November 2011 - November 20176 yrs1 moCarl was the Principal Investigator and Technical Lead for USAF CBM+ Pilot Programs with multiple program offices. He led multiple Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) technology improvement programs for military and commercial helicopters.
July 2001 - November 201110 yrs5 mosCarl Byington directed the advanced development and engineering of health monitoring systems, diagnostic/prognostic algorithms, and smart sensors in pursuit of advanced, automated Condition-based Maintenance (CBM) and Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) solutions for shipboard, aircraft, and land-based applications. Carl Byington has produced well over 120 publications related to advanced sensing techniques; signal processing; vibration monitoring; diagnostics and control; prognostics; data fusion; and equipment health management. He has received numerous awards including Best Paper Awards at AHS, MFPT, and IEEE conference events. He is also coauthor on 10 US awarded or pending patents related to predictive monitoring technologies. Carl Byington's and his partners' efforts led to a successful acquisition of the company by Sikorsky Aircraft, a United Technologies Company.
Master of Science (MS)・Aeronautical Engineering
1988 - 1990・ 3.9/4 GPA
Activities and societiesThesis Title: Transpiration Cooling in the Neighborhood of a Transverse Fuel Jet for Supersonic Combustors AIAA Outstanding Graduate Student Achievement Award Summa Cum Laude
DescriptionByington, “Enhancement of Infrared Thermographic Images of a Transpiration-Cooled Jet,” NASA-TM-102631, NASA Langley Research Highlights 1990. Northam, Byington, et.al., “Evaluation of Parallel Injector Configurations for Mach 2 Combustion,” AIAA Journal of Propulsion and Power, March/April, 1992.
Bachelor of Science (BS)・Mechanical Engineering
1985 - 1988
Activities and societiesConcentration: Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Mathematics Minor Francis G. Tatnall Prize for the Most Outstanding Senior Design Project
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