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Pipeline corrosion and leak detector inspired by bats 04 February 2020

Engineers have developed a new scanning technique that can detect corroding metals in oil and gas pipelines by using a method that mimics bats. Similar to how a bat uses differing wavelengths of ultrasound to detect its surroundings, the new system combines two separate types of radiation, fast neutrons and gamma rays, to detect corrosion....