Abstract

Vibration methods are used to identify faults, such as spanning and loss of cover, in long off-shore pipelines. A pipeline ‘pig’, propelled by fluid flow, generates transverse vibration in the pipeline and the measured vibration amplitude reflects the nature of the support condition. Large quantities of vibration data are collected and analysed by Fourier and wavelet methods.

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