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Title: A comparison between magnetic-flux leakage and ultrasonic techniques for corrosion detection in pipelines
Category: Pigsource Papers
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Catalog No.: pg3099e
Date of Publication: 1992
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: H J M Jansen, W H van den Berg, B Kuilman
Abstract: With many oil and gas pipelines approaching the end of their originally-projected design lifetime, and in view of an increased environmental awareness, the need for pipeline inspection by means of intelligent pigs is increasing. Two fields of application of pipeline inspection are screening for integrity, and corrosion monitoring; each has its own inspection requirements. Several intelligent pigs are currently on the market, either based on the ultrasonic technique or on the magnetic-flux leakage technique. In this paper both the potentials and the limitations of the two techniques are discussed. In addition, research topics are addressed, that aim to solve remaining pipeline inspection problems for which no inspection tool is yet commercially available.
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