Mooring Chain Climbing Robot For Ndt Inspection Applications

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Matthew Kimball
Amit Sain
Artur Gmerek
Peter Collins
Andrew Wheatley
Kiran Shah
Jianwei Liu
Mahesh Dissanayake
Jessica Caroll
Angelos Plastropoulos
Panagiotis Karfakis
Gurvinder Virk
Tariq Sattar
Enviado: Nov 29, 2018
Publicado: Sep 1, 2018

Resumen

Inspection of mooring chains is a dangerous and costly procedure covering inspection above and below the waterline. The paper presents initial results from the RIMCAW project which was aimed at designing and building an inspection robot able to climb mooring chains and deploy NDT technologies for scanning individual links thereby to detecting critical defects. The paper focuses on the design and realisation of the inch worm type novel crawler developed and tested in the TWI Middlesbrough water tank.

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Kimball, M., Sain, A., Gmerek, A., Collins, P., Wheatley, A., Shah, K., Liu, J., Dissanayake, M., Caroll, J., Plastropoulos, A., Karfakis, P., Virk, G., & Sattar, T. (2018). Mooring Chain Climbing Robot For Ndt Inspection Applications. Memorias De Congresos UTP, 1(1), 339-347. Recuperado a partir de http://revistas.utp.ac.pa/index.php/memoutp/article/view/1986