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Recent advances in sensing and assessment of corrosion in sewage pipelines

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Foorginezhad, S and Mohseni-Dargah, M and Firoozirad, K and Aryai, V and Razmjou, A and Abbassi, R and Garaniya, V and Beheshti, A and Asadnia, M, Recent advances in sensing and assessment of corrosion in sewage pipelines, Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 147 pp. 192-213. ISSN 0957-5820 (2021) [Refereed Article]


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DOI: doi:10.1016/j.psep.2020.09.009

Abstract

Corrosion is known as the gradual destruction of materials, leading to structural integrity loss and deteriorates the surface function. Regarding sewage pipelines, corrosion is vital due to its substantial financial, health, and safety costs for society, and it is considered as one of the biggest problems facing water and wastewater infrastructure. Also, it is the primary cause of chemical property alteration, efficiency loss, life span reduction, etc. To overcome the resulting problems, various researches have been performed to understand not only the effective parameters leading to corrosion in sewer pipes but also monitoring the infrastructure conditions. Studies have depicted that developments in sensing systems to detect effective parameters in pipe corrosion such as temperature, H2S, and pH, have significantly reduced damage to the industrial equipment of sewage pipelines caused by corrosion. This paper presents a critical review of the effective factors resulting in sewer pipeline corrosion and discusses advanced sensing systems utilized for relevant monitoring. Also, microbiologically induced corrosion and effective factors are individually discussed. Moreover, various data analysis techniques adopted to evaluate outputs of the sensors for corrosion prediction have been explored. Finally, recommendations and future directions for improving sensing accuracy and robustness are detailed.

Item Details

Item Type:Refereed Article
Keywords:corrosion sensor, structural health monitoring, humidity sensor, pH sensor, sewer pipelines, H2S detection, data processing
Research Division:Engineering
Research Group:Civil engineering
Research Field:Infrastructure engineering and asset management
Objective Division:Construction
Objective Group:Construction materials performance and processes
Objective Field:Construction materials performance and processes not elsewhere classified
UTAS Author:Garaniya, V (Dr Vikram Garaniya)
UTAS Author:Asadnia, M (Dr Mohsen Asadnia)
ID Code:142296
Year Published:2021
Deposited By:NC Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics
Deposited On:2021-01-06
Last Modified:2021-01-08
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