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Pipeline Inspection and Health Monitoring Technology

The Key to Integrity Management

verfasst von: Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu

Verlag: Springer Nature Singapore

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This book includes six chapters aiming to introduce global pipeline inspection and health monitoring technologies comprehensively. The pipeline is the blood vessel of the energy system and a vital lifeline project. After many years of service, the pipeline gradually enters the aging stage. Pipeline inspection and health monitoring can effectively reduce the failure and accident risks of the pipeline, and it is conducive to integrity management. Through case analysis, practitioners can have a deeper understanding of the application of related technologies.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Frontmatter
Chapter 1. Background and Health Problems of Pipelines
Abstract
Pipelines are essential lifeline projects and blood vessels for energy delivery. In the past, people paid attention to the construction of pipelines (Lu et al. in J Constr Eng Manag 146:03120001, 2020) [1]. However, with the increase in pipeline accidents in recent years, an increasing number of managers have focused on the safety of pipelines (Lu et al. in J Pipeline Syst Eng Pract 12:04021045, 2021) [2]. Therefore, pipeline inspection and monitoring technology has received extensive attention (Lu et al. in Tunn Undergr Space Technol 98:103249, 2020) [3]. This chapter introduces the construction and health status of the pipeline, leading to the current inspection and monitoring technology system.
Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu
Chapter 2. Pipeline Inspection Technology
Abstract
This chapter describes some common inspection methods for pipelines, covering oil, gas, and water pipelines. This chapter lets readers understand the principles, applicability, advantages, and disadvantages of different methods. According to the principle, the inspection can be divided into visual, electromagnetic, acoustic, ultrasonic, optical, chemical, and other methods.
Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu
Chapter 3. Pipeline Health Monitoring Technology
Abstract
Different from pipeline inspection, monitoring refers to real-time monitoring of the same object for a long time and mastering its change law. In addition, monitoring has certain timeliness, primarily referring to on-site sampling and monitoring. In pipeline engineering, monitoring usually needs to rely on the long-term installation of sensing equipment on the pipeline and real-time data collection to identify the health status of the pipeline. This chapter introduces common pipeline monitoring methods, including software-based and hardware-based methods.
Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu
Chapter 4. Health Monitoring Technology Based on Artificial Intelligence
Abstract
Artificial intelligence is a branch of Computer Science in the 1950s.
Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu
Chapter 5. Data Preprocessing Technology in Pipeline Health Monitoring
Abstract
Many years ago, engineers and scholars began to use a large amount of data obtained from inspection and monitoring to carry out health monitoring and fault diagnosis of building structures, and the research and application are mainly concentrated in the field of bridges and tunnels.
Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu
Chapter 6. Application and Cases of Pipeline Inspection and Monitoring
Abstract
This chapter introduces several inspection and monitoring cases in actual projects, including CCTV inspection, magnetic flux leakage inspection, remote field eddy current, and landslide monitoring of pipelines.
Hongfang Lu, Zhao-Dong Xu, Tom Iseley, Haoyan Peng, Lingdi Fu
Metadaten
Titel
Pipeline Inspection and Health Monitoring Technology
verfasst von
Hongfang Lu
Zhao-Dong Xu
Tom Iseley
Haoyan Peng
Lingdi Fu
Copyright-Jahr
2023
Verlag
Springer Nature Singapore
Electronic ISBN
978-981-19-6798-6
Print ISBN
978-981-19-6797-9
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-6798-6