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Stress concentrations due to simulated corrosion pits in buried metal pipes under longitudinal bending

Cast iron pipe breaks are a raising issue as water circulation networks installed in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries remain to degrade. In this research, 2 examinations were conducted to investigate the application of distributed fiber optic sensors to measure the influence of substitute rust pits and differential ground activities on buried pipe practices to offer info on the effect of rust as part of a bigger tracking and assessment technique. The longitudinal behavior of both samplings passing across a typical ground mistake was comparable, although higher curvatures and stress were determined for the deteriorated pipe on the stationary side of the ground displacement. On the relocating side, the outcomes thinking uniaxial stress and anxiety from the Kirsch option remained in great aesthetic agreement with the measured pressures. On the fixed side, the determined strain results indicated a biaxial compressive stress and anxiety condition that was not caught by the plane tension method.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s13349-021-00522-8


Silver-Derived Antimicrobial Coatings for the Prevention of Microbial Biofilms in Metal Pipes

In this study, the antimicrobial properties of numerous silver-containing products used as a finish in pipes were identified on a pilot scale in order to examine the ability of silver to inhibit biofilm formation. From our research study, it can be concluded that silver zeolite reveals higher defense capability than other silver prep work and presents advantages in relationship to various other silver coatings that are currently available.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-021-05264-3


RFEC Based Oil Downhole Metal Pipe Thickness Measurement

Oil downhole metal pipe wall density dimension is of terrific importance for pipe evaluation and maintenance. Normal pipe examination can be made use of to stop pipe failing, which could or else bring about major failing and financial loss. In this paper, a low-frequency remote field eddy present based interior testing approach exists, and the logical options of the RFEC electro-magnetic equation are acquired based on Dodd and Cheng's approach. Experimental results suggest that the RFEC and QNM based method is practical for metal pipe thickness measurement.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10921-021-00766-w

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