CRACK SENSING AND FILLING USING AUTOMATIC ROBOT
Author(s):
D. SATHIYASREE , R.C.KISHORK KUMAR, M.E. HARI HARA SOUDRY, A. DEEPAKRAJ, A.VASANTHA KUMAR
Keywords:
Underground pipeline, cracks, ultrasonic, detection using robots, locations of cracks
Abstract
Underground pipeline systems need incredible maintenance. Due to tarnishing and mechanical stresses catastrophic defects are caused. And the cracks are find out and maintain the pipe by manual workers , its takes more time and more man power and death of works due to nitrogen oxides gas. Inspected pipelines were not legible to notify a crack. To rectify this problem manual inspection was decided to replace with a computerized detection with the help of ultrasonic sensor. To overcome this problem a bug sized Robotic was planned to replace the existing digitized inspection mode. This paper presents the total process of this automatic robot and its result. The ultrasonic sensor that is implemented in the Robot is designed to fetch pictures for the calculation of the crack in pipeline . detection operations are performed to detect in pipeline and send the location of crack and the results are observed .Various conditions or cracks if any can be perceived by the sensors attached to the robot and their locations can be acquired via GMS. This research paper is a novice technique to replace the existing automatic robot
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Unique Paper ID: 151478

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 127 - 132
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