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How does the Villari effect identify stress on metallic pipelines?

PureHM’s Pipe Wall Assessment (PWA) technology – which uses the Villari effect to measure stress changes in pipelines – was initially developed more than 10 years ago to address gaps with tools traditionally used to assess pipeline condition, specifically related to geotechnical concerns and unpiggable pipelines. Pure Technologies, the parent company of PureHM, developed the original PWA system to identify…

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Is batch tracking a viable solution to track ILI tools?

Canada has approximately 100,000 kilometers (62,000 miles) of transmission pipeline ranging from 4 to 48 inches in diameter. With the large distance of pipeline and the expectation that Global energy demand will increase by 33% by 2035, safe pipeline operations will continue to be at the forefront for operators. To reduce costs associated with inline inspection (ILI) programs, pipeline owners…

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The evolution of Spectrum XLI

Before Spectrum XLI was known as the leading system in above-ground inspections, it was originally called the Pisces Program, a system designed for field technicians to complete river crossing surveys from a boat. Prior to the Pisces Program, when a field technician took pipeline readings from a boat, any movements made in the water made aligning the receiver coils quite…

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