The OCENSA pipeline system crosses two mountain ranges with diverse geological origins, as well as 288 river crossings and areas with diverse climates and seismic activity. To monitor these natural hazards, the OCENSA pipeline has implemented its own rain gauge network, which together with the satellite information service, electrical radar and seismic information, are integrated into a web platform that receives information in real time. This paper presents the equations that define the thresholds for rains that trigger landslides and the relationship between earthquakes and consequent probability of material affectation.
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Technological Platform for the Monitoring of Natural Hazards in the OCENSA Pipeline System
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García, H, Corrales, J, Colonia, JD, & Jaramillo, G. "Technological Platform for the Monitoring of Natural Hazards in the OCENSA Pipeline System." Proceedings of the ASME 2013 International Pipeline Geotechnical Conference. ASME 2013 International Pipeline Geotechnical Conference. Bogota, Colombia. July 24–26, 2013. V001T03A003. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/IPG2013-1912
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