Leak Location of Pipeline with Multibranch Based on a Cyber-Physical System
AbstractData cannot be shared and leakage cannot be located simultaneously among multiple pipeline leak detection systems. Based on cyber-physical system (CPS) architecture, the method for locating leakage for pipelines with multibranch is proposed. The singular point of pressure signals at the ends of pipeline with multibranch is analyzed by wavelet packet analysis, so that the time feature samples could be established. Then, the Fischer-Burmeister function is introduced into the learning process of the twin support vector machine (TWSVM) in order to avoid the matrix inversion calculation, and the samples are input into the improved twin support vector machine (ITWSVM) to distinguish the pipeline leak location. The simulation results show that the proposed method is more effective than the back propagation (BP) neural networks, the radial basis function (RBF) neural networks, and the Lagrange twin support vector machine. View Full-Text
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Lang, X.; Li, P.; Li, Y.; Ren, H. Leak Location of Pipeline with Multibranch Based on a Cyber-Physical System. Information 2017, 8, 113.
Lang X, Li P, Li Y, Ren H. Leak Location of Pipeline with Multibranch Based on a Cyber-Physical System. Information. 2017; 8(4):113.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lang, Xianming; Li, Ping; Li, Yan; Ren, Hong. 2017. "Leak Location of Pipeline with Multibranch Based on a Cyber-Physical System." Information 8, no. 4: 113.
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