Integration of distributed strain and temperature sensors in composite coiled tubing

@inproceedings{Inaudi2006IntegrationOD,
  title={Integration of distributed strain and temperature sensors in composite coiled tubing},
  author={Daniele Inaudi and Branko Glisic and Via Pobiette},
  year={2006}
}
Composite coiled tubing is an emerging technology in the oil & gas sector that presents important advantages compared to the steel coiled tubing and conventional drilling. The composite tube has reduced weight, allowing extended reach and improved fatigue life. An additional advantage resides in the fact that the coiled tube wall can contain and protect additional functional elements, such as electrical conductors and fiber optics for sensing and data communication. Sensing systems based on… CONTINUE READING

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