System for Corrosion Inspection and Monitoring

  • Ryan Alexander Department of Systems Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Matthew Altamirano Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Saruul Batdorj Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Matthew Brooks Department of Systems Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Pascal Brun Department of Systems Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Antelmo Del Angel Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Alexander de la Rosa Department of Systems Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Craig Brewer Department of Systems Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY
  • Michael Deible Department of Civil & Mechanical Engineering United States Military Academy West Point, NY

Abstract

This paper contains has conducted research and analysis on different corrosion identification and monitoring methods to develop an autonomous corrosion inspection system to solve the challenge issued by the University Student Design and Applied Solutions Competition. This challenge is to build an autonomous corrosion detection and monitoring system to help provide new ideas and innovations to the Department of Defense. Using research and stakeholder analysis, this research produced a system to best meet the demands of the competition and determine the best possible solution to the design challenge. Our integrated team used a systems engineering approach to produce the design that will be fielded at the competition in April 2016.

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Published
2016-11-12
How to Cite
Alexander, R., Altamirano, M., Batdorj, S., Brooks, M., Brun, P., Del Angel, A., de la Rosa, A., Brewer, C., & Deible, M. (2016). System for Corrosion Inspection and Monitoring. Industrial and Systems Engineering Review, 4(2), 82-87. Retrieved from http://watsonojs.binghamton.edu/index.php/iser/article/view/58