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Fiber Optic Method for Buried Pipelines Health Assessment after Earthquake-Induced Ground Movement
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PI(s): Branko Glisic
Dates: February 01, 2010 - January 31, 2012
Facility: Cornell University, NY, United States
Organization(s): Princeton University, NJ, United States
Description:
Natural disasters, in particular earthquakes, can cause damage to pipelines which transport life- and society-sustaining supplies, such as water or hydrocarbons. Earthquake damage to pipelines can have disastrous humanitarian, social, economic, and ecologic... (more)
Group Space: Project:Fiber Optic Method for Buried Pipelines Health Assessment after Earthquake-Induced Ground Movement
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Branko Glisic, "NEESR Payload - Fiber Optic Method for Buried Pipelines Health Assessment after Earthquake-Induced Ground Movement - Final report" (view)
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  1. distributed fiber optic sensors
  2. structural health monitoring of pipelines
  3. permanent ground displacement due to earthquake
  4. large-scale validation testing
  5. damage detection and localization
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.