Research Status and Technical Difficulties of Pipeline Robot

Authors

  • Zhizhong Lv
  • Lang Xu

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54691/sjt.v5i3.4495

Keywords:

Pipeline Robot; Research Status; Research Difficulties.

Abstract

With the development of economy and social progress, the development of China's industrial sector is booming, and the construction of oil and gas pipelines is speeding up. The inspection and maintenance of pipelines has become the current research focus. Through the analysis of the working environment and characteristics of the existing six categories of pipeline robots, the current research status of pipeline robots is systematically expounded, and the current research difficulties of pipeline robots are summarized. The summary and analysis contents have certain reference value for the future research of pipeline robot.

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2023-03-20

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Lv, Z., & Xu, L. (2023). Research Status and Technical Difficulties of Pipeline Robot. Scientific Journal of Technology, 5(3), 100-106. https://doi.org/10.54691/sjt.v5i3.4495

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