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Detecting and Fixing Pipeline Faults in a Non-Invasive Manner

Bitar, Samar
Al-Hamahmy, Dina
Kadavilakkandathil, Adnan Muhammed
A poster submitted in ENG 207 taught by Dr. David Prescott for the Fall 2016 semester.
Pipes are usually fixed invasively, or even replaced completely which costs a lot of resources. Inspection of the pipelines and their repair can be automated with the help of autonomous robots and other machinery that aids in reducing the resources required. This research looks into some of the complications that occur in pipelines in addition to the methods used to detect and repair these complications. Solutions considered should lead to reduced time consumption, cost and manpower.
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