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Experimental Study for Establishment of Long-term Monitoring System using Fiber Optical Sensor for Pipeline System for Waste Transportation
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Experimental Study for Establishment of Long-term Monitoring System using Fiber Optical Sensor for Pipeline System for Waste Transportation
Kim, Haeng-Bae; Song, Jae-Ho;
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 Abstract
Recently, the pipeline system for waste transportation has been increasingly constructed as new solution for the waste collection and disposal system by constantly increasing domestic waste which issued as social problem. The pipeline system is constructed through long distance, so proper long-term monitoring system is necessary which available to detect the damage location for the effective maintenance. In this paper, the experimental study is carried out to evaluate the applicability of optical strain gauge sensor based on FBG for the long-term monitoring system. Three test parameters such as pressure leaking, blockage and deformation are considered as typical damages for real-scale pipeline test specimen. In order to measure flexural and volumetric strain and temperature, three FBG sensors are installed at each monitoring sections. From the test results, this study suggested effective methods of sensor installation and arrangement. Also the sensor spacing for the design of monitoring system using FBG sensor is derived by the correlation of distances from deformation between sensor responses.
 Keywords
Pipeline system;Optical strain gauge sensor;FBG;Long-term monitoring system;Sensor spacing;
 Language
Korean
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