LEAKAGE DETECTION OF WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORK IN SHALLOW GROUND USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY PRINCIPLE
Author(s):
Aditya Nagare, Abhishek Bendre, Kiran Jadhav, Swapnil Parkhe , Uzma Shaikh
Keywords:
Leak detection, Resistivity principle, groundwater exploration, detection and location, leakage, pipe burst, water distribution system
Abstract
Water is a daily necessary resource for life, health, economic development and the ecosystem all over the world. As water is precious to everyone, its availability and quality are essential. Wastage of water due to pipeline leakages is one of the most critical and largest challenges confronted throughout the globe. Water is considered to be one of the vital resources used around the world. And most of the countries highly depend on the standard of water management. Sustainability of available water resources has now become a dominant issue for several reasons. The issue is quite related to poor water allocation, inefficient use and absence of good enough and integrated water regulation. Therefore, wastage of water due to pipeline leakages isone of the most critical and largest challenges confronted throughout the globe. Previous few decades many tracking gadget integrated with water leakage detection have been common. Monitoring water leakage is a necessary responsibility for government and residence prospect. Thus from an engineer’s aspect, distribution of water can be enhanced mainly by limiting the water waste that occurs along the path, between the source and the endusers. But leakages are unavoidable due to some circumstances, such as corrosions manufacturing defects and aging of pipes When leak occurs in pipelines, large volume of water is lost, causing adverse impact on the production industries and common people’s routine. Since the pipes are invisible andUnreachable, indication of cracks is not noticed. Hence finding the leakages and replacingthe defective pipe is very crucial during the distribution of water and gas. Therefore,Implementation of pipeline leakage detecting system has importance in domestic applications and industries. The existing leak detecting systems such as acoustic waves system, ground penetratingRadar (GPR) systems, pressure measurements, fiber optic monitoring and vision-based systems etc. are based on measurement of acoustic waves, radar waves, pressure, of needed lots of labor efforts and erroneous measurements of leaks would lead to expensive Repairing of the ground. Therefore,byapossible system is to be built, that can effectively detect the leaks in the pipeline to mini
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Unique Paper ID: 153673

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 8

Page(s): 380 - 383
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