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@article{Sadeghioon2014SmartPipesSW, title={SmartPipes: Smart Wireless Sensor Networks for Leak Detection in Water Pipelines}, author={Ali M. Sadeghioon and Nicole Metje and David N. Chapman and Carl J. Anthony}, journal={J. Sens. Actuator Networks}, year={2014}, volume={3}, pages={64-78}, url={https://api.semanticscholar.org/CorpusID:16570191}}
  • A. Sadeghioon, N. Metje, C. Anthony
  • Published in J. Sens. Actuator Networks 20 February 2014
  • Engineering, Environmental Science
  • J. Sens. Actuator Networks

The design, development and testing of a smart wireless sensor network for leak detection in water pipelines, based on the measurement of relative indirect pressure changes in plastic pipes, are presented.

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