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​Powering Singapore

Published on: 08-Aug-2017

​The researchers from NTU’s EEE have developed a research project to use sensors to monitor Singapore’s underground gas pipeline network and alert operators to the need for repairs or preventive maintenance. This could help to ensure that Singapore continues to have interruption-free power generation.

The project is divided into three parts. Two of them focus on the use of sensors to monitor the temperature of the pipes and the flow-rate and pressure of the gas in the pipes. Any anomalies could indicate leaks, water in the pipes or other problems.


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