Standard

Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers. / Makris, Konstantinos; Lepot, Mathieu; Clemens, Francois.

2016. 40-41 Abstract from 8th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractScientific

Harvard

Makris, K, Lepot, M & Clemens, F 2016, 'Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers' 8th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 31/08/16 - 2/09/16, pp. 40-41.

APA

Makris, K., Lepot, M., & Clemens, F. (2016). Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers. 40-41. Abstract from 8th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Vancouver

Makris K, Lepot M, Clemens F. Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers. 2016. Abstract from 8th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Author

Makris, Konstantinos ; Lepot, Mathieu ; Clemens, Francois. / Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers. Abstract from 8th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

BibTeX

@conference{8236b2accb5d4314ae5d650d85b0f504,
title = "Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers",
abstract = "Illicit connections are a major reason of the inefficiency of some separate sewers. Despite theirs costs, dye tracing and smoke test methods are common to investigate mis-connections. An infrared camera (FLIR, A35) was used to identify abnormal thermal finger prints (due to lateral connections) along a flume. The illicit connections were simulated by discharging warm or cold water through several types of lateral connections (variation of diameter, intrusion, depth, etc.). Data analysis revealed that the detection of both illicit connections and groundwater infiltration is possible, albeit under certain conditions.",
keywords = "inspection, IR camera, separate systems, lateral connection, misconnections",
author = "Konstantinos Makris and Mathieu Lepot and Francois Clemens",
year = "2016",
language = "English",
pages = "40--41",
note = "8th International Conference on Sewer Processes and Networks, SPN8 ; Conference date: 31-08-2016 Through 02-09-2016",
url = "http://www.spn8.nl/",

}

RIS

TY - CONF

T1 - Potential uses of an IR camera to detect and quantify lateral connections in sewers

AU - Makris, Konstantinos

AU - Lepot, Mathieu

AU - Clemens, Francois

PY - 2016

Y1 - 2016

N2 - Illicit connections are a major reason of the inefficiency of some separate sewers. Despite theirs costs, dye tracing and smoke test methods are common to investigate mis-connections. An infrared camera (FLIR, A35) was used to identify abnormal thermal finger prints (due to lateral connections) along a flume. The illicit connections were simulated by discharging warm or cold water through several types of lateral connections (variation of diameter, intrusion, depth, etc.). Data analysis revealed that the detection of both illicit connections and groundwater infiltration is possible, albeit under certain conditions.

AB - Illicit connections are a major reason of the inefficiency of some separate sewers. Despite theirs costs, dye tracing and smoke test methods are common to investigate mis-connections. An infrared camera (FLIR, A35) was used to identify abnormal thermal finger prints (due to lateral connections) along a flume. The illicit connections were simulated by discharging warm or cold water through several types of lateral connections (variation of diameter, intrusion, depth, etc.). Data analysis revealed that the detection of both illicit connections and groundwater infiltration is possible, albeit under certain conditions.

KW - inspection

KW - IR camera

KW - separate systems

KW - lateral connection

KW - misconnections

M3 - Abstract

SP - 40

EP - 41

ER -

ID: 27441970