Pipe Industry Analysis

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Introduction
Pipe used widely in the industry such as; refinery, nuclear plant, manufactures. Pipe provides the safe and cheep means to transport large quantities of oils, gases and other fluids such as chemicals. The pipes are vulnerable to losing their functionality by internal and external corrosion, cracking, third party damage and manufacturing flaws [3]. If a petroleum or chemical pipeline bursts a leak, it can to harm our environment and ecological. Ensure the health of pipe in-line service inspection is one of the problems.
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) methods used for identify defects, they each one having advantages and disadvantages making it more or less appropriate for a given application. Some of NDT methods are radiography, ultrasonic testing, penetrat testing, magnetic testing, Eddy current method, and time of flight diffraction (TOFD), phased array. Limited access, time-consuming, expensive and complex piping configurations restrict the type of indirect or direct NDT methodologies which can be applied by inspectors [4].
Quick identification and estimation of pipeline defects in-line pipe inspection is an
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In this study, a finite element (FE) modeling method was used to simulate the IPV method. Simulation methods are used as a timesaving and cost-efficient replacement to the experimental methods of manufacturing, testing, modifying, and retesting. There are some of the advantages to performing a simulated IPV method rather than the experimental method. There are no limits to the number of sensor nodes to be simulated and objects which can be used in simulation. A simulated IPV method can provide an accurate baseline model for damage detection. To our knowledge, this is the first study to optimization theory of inner product vector. The authors offer designed a new algorithm for IPV method that can provide a new optimized model for damage

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