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Pipeline in-line inspection challenges to NDT
A vast network of pipelines transports large volumes of energy products over long distances from production wells to processing and consumption sites. The pipeline industry relies on nondestructive testing (NDT) methods to detect and characterize the degradation and damage. To quickly and economically survey the large portions of the infrastructure, autonomous in-line inspection tools, commonly referred to as pigs, examine the pipe from the inside as they are propelled by the product flow.doi:10.1784/insi.2006.48.9.524 fatcat:yqa7xd22mnb2ldwjbr4htf6e2m