Cyber-Physical System for Diagnostics Along the Controlled Section of the Oil Pipeline

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Національний університет “Львівська політехніка”
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

The purpose of the work is to develop an experimental model of the control system for compliance with turns along the control length of the pipeline. The open issue of detecting oil product leaks along the controlled section of the pipeline. Preliminary analysis of leak detection methods and principles of operation of hardware and software security diagnostics of the state of pipe transport networks has been considered. A method of studying experimental data and presenting results has been developed. Different literature sources have been analyzed, these literature sources provide information about real cases of pipeline system diagnostics and leak or defect  detection. The software and hardware part of the control systems for conducting checks along the control part of the  pipeline have been developed, and checks and evaluations of the results of the system checks have been carried out.

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