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SWATS: Wireless Sensor Networks for Steamflood and Waterflood Pipeline Monitoring

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    SunHee Yoon†, Wei Ye‡, John Heidemann‡, Brian Littlefield, and Cyrus Shahabi†
    †Department of Computer Science, ‡Information Sciences Institute
    University of Southern California
    ∗Chevron Corporation
    sunheeyo@usc.edu,{weiye,johnh}@isi.edu, BrianLittlefield@chevron.com, shahabi@usc.edu
    Abstract—State-of-the-art anomaly detection systems deployed in the oilfields are expensive, not scalable to a large number of sensors, require manual operation, and provide data with a long delay. To overcome these problems, we design a wireless sensor network system that detects, identifies, and localizes major anomalies such as blockage and leakage that arise in steamflood and waterflood pipelines in oilfields. A sensor network consists of small, inexpensive nodes equipped with embedded processors and wireless communication, which enables flexible deployment and close observation of phenomena without human intervention. Our
    sensor network based system, SWATS (Steamflood and WAterflood Tracking System), aims to allow continuous monitoring of the steamflood and waterflood systems with low cost, short delay, and fine granularity coverage while providing high accuracy and reliability. The anomaly detection and identification is
    hallenging because of the inherent inaccuracy and unreliability of sensors and the transient characteristics of the flows. Moreover, observation by a single node cannot capture the topological effects on the transient characteristics of steam and water fluid to disambiguate similar problems and false alarms. We address
    these hurdles by utilizing multi-modal sensing and multi-sensor collaboration and exploiting temporal and spatial patterns of the sensed phenomena.​
     
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