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​NTU collaborates with two companies to develop an underground energy pipeline monitoring system

Published on: 24-Mar-2016

NTU and SP PowerGrid and PowerGas is collaborating to build a new real-time monitoring system for underground gas pipelines. This is one of the research projects announced by the Energy Market Authority that it will fund in the areas of Gas Technology and Smart Grids. NTU's Asst Prof Abhisek Ukil from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering said that as underground gas pipeline networks are large and complex, they require a continuous monitoring system to ensure that they function reliably. This project aims to explore the feasibility of monitoring technology to identify, analyse and located underground gas pipeline leaks and other anomalies and use the technology to precisely identify potential failure-prone areas so preventive maintenance work can be carried out.

 

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