Design and development of a non intrusive pressure measurement system for pipeline monitoring

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title = "Design and development of a non intrusive pressure measurement system for pipeline monitoring",
abstract = "In recent years wireless sensor network systems have increasingly been used to monitor infrastructure health. Advances in electronics and sensing systems have enabled the development of various pressure sensing methods for pipe pressure monitoring. This article presents laboratory based test results as part of the development and validation of a pipeline pressure monitoring method based on force sensitive resistors (FSR). Additionally, in order to validate the data, the proposed pressure sensing method is compared with a commercially available direct pressure sensor. Analysis of the data shows a significant correlation (correlation factor =0.9928) between the commercial sensor and the proposed sensor. These results showed that the proposed method has an acceptable accuracy and reliability even though it is not ultimately intended for absolute pressure measurements, but for monitoring relative pressure changes in pipes.",
keywords = "Pressure monitoring, Nonintrusive, Smart pipes",
author = "Ali Sadeghioon and David Chapman and Nicole Metje and Carl Anthony",
year = "2014",
month = aug,
doi = "10.1061/(ASCE)PS.1949-1204.0000169",
language = "English",
volume = "5",
journal = "Pipeline System Engineering and Practice",
issn = "1949-1190",
publisher = "American Society of Civil Engineers",
number = "3",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Design and development of a non intrusive pressure measurement system for pipeline monitoring

AU - Sadeghioon, Ali

AU - Chapman, David

AU - Metje, Nicole

AU - Anthony, Carl

PY - 2014/8

Y1 - 2014/8

N2 - In recent years wireless sensor network systems have increasingly been used to monitor infrastructure health. Advances in electronics and sensing systems have enabled the development of various pressure sensing methods for pipe pressure monitoring. This article presents laboratory based test results as part of the development and validation of a pipeline pressure monitoring method based on force sensitive resistors (FSR). Additionally, in order to validate the data, the proposed pressure sensing method is compared with a commercially available direct pressure sensor. Analysis of the data shows a significant correlation (correlation factor =0.9928) between the commercial sensor and the proposed sensor. These results showed that the proposed method has an acceptable accuracy and reliability even though it is not ultimately intended for absolute pressure measurements, but for monitoring relative pressure changes in pipes.

AB - In recent years wireless sensor network systems have increasingly been used to monitor infrastructure health. Advances in electronics and sensing systems have enabled the development of various pressure sensing methods for pipe pressure monitoring. This article presents laboratory based test results as part of the development and validation of a pipeline pressure monitoring method based on force sensitive resistors (FSR). Additionally, in order to validate the data, the proposed pressure sensing method is compared with a commercially available direct pressure sensor. Analysis of the data shows a significant correlation (correlation factor =0.9928) between the commercial sensor and the proposed sensor. These results showed that the proposed method has an acceptable accuracy and reliability even though it is not ultimately intended for absolute pressure measurements, but for monitoring relative pressure changes in pipes.

KW - Pressure monitoring

KW - Nonintrusive

KW - Smart pipes

U2 - 10.1061/(ASCE)PS.1949-1204.0000169

DO - 10.1061/(ASCE)PS.1949-1204.0000169

M3 - Article

VL - 5

JO - Pipeline System Engineering and Practice

JF - Pipeline System Engineering and Practice

SN - 1949-1190

IS - 3

ER -