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|Title:||Leak detection in pipelines using an inverse resonance method|
|Citation:||Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management, Roanoke, Virginia, USA, 2002: 10 p|
|Conference Name:||Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management (2002 : Roanoke, Virginia, USA)|
|Pedro J. Lee, John P. Vítkovský, Martin F. Lambert, Angus R. Simpson, and James A. Liggett|
|Abstract:||Methods to locate and quantify leaks in pipelines have emerged from purely passive techniques to probing the pipe with a transient pressure fluctuation. The response to such a probe contains properties that can be used to describe leaks. The frequency response to an oscillatory input, especially under resonant conditions, is used for that purpose. A leak has an effect on the magnitude of the response. The method-used in the frequency domain-borrows from inverse transient analysis in that it fits the measured frequency response to that caused by leaks, thus determining both location and size of a leak.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Civil and Environmental Engineering publications|
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