Predictive modelling and reliability analysis of aged, corroded pipelines
MetadataShow full item record
Pipeline corrosion is a major challenge facing many oil and gas industries today because of the enormous downtime associated with corrosion related failures. This research utilized field data for modelling the reliability of aged corroded pipelines via probabilistic-based modelling techniques that included Markov decision process. The models developed from this work have been used for estimating the remaining useful life of corroded pipelines and can potentially enhance the integrity of future operational pipelines.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Vibration-based structural health monitoring of offshore pipelines: Numerical and experimental studyBao, C.; Hao, Hong; Li, Z. (2013)The world economy is heavily dependent upon an extensive network of pipelines for energy sources transmission. Because the consequence of pipeline failure could be disastrous both economically and environmentally, it is ...
Sullivan, Michael R. (2003)This dissertation applies a commercial flow simulation software package together with common signal processing techniques to the task of accurately detecting leakage in a large commercial gas pipeline. The techniques ...
Peng, X.; Hao, Hong; Li, Z.; Fan, K. (2013)Free span along subsea pipelines is a general problem both in pipeline design phase and during operation of pipelines. Traditionally, subsea pipeline system is inspected over the entire pipeline length with inspection ...