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  IOT Gas Pipe Leakage Detector Robot  
  Authors : Shubhangi Verulkar; Swapnil Abgul; Siddhesh More
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LPG Gas pipes fulfil vital roles for cities, industries and thus in growing economies. LPG gas is commonly used for cooking food and other stuff in both industry and Households. In today's world, major cities like Mumbai, Thane, Delhi, etc. are getting LPG supply by LPG Pipeline. So, gas leakages lead to threat and create hazardous situations because they can also lead to fire accidents. So, solution for this problem is creating the innovative robot that can sense the gas leakage from the outer surface of pipeline and if it detects gas leakage send alert messages to the user with the help of MQ-9 gas sensor, GSM module 800c. The robot or car has wheels, and it will be controlled by the user with a remote controller. The robot has a gas detection system and a GSM module. the robot goes on the surface of pipeline and checks the leakage in the pipeline if any gas leakage is sensed by MQ-9 sensor it will send alert SMS via the help of the GSM module to the respective mobile phone number.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 9, Issue 2

Date of Publication : April 2020

Pages : 32-37

Figures :20

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Shubhangi Verulkar : Information Technology, KC college of engineering, Thane (E.), Maharashtra 400603, India.

Swapnil Abgul : Information Technology, KC college of engineering, Thane (E.), Maharashtra 400603, India.

Siddhesh More : Information Technology, KC college of engineering, Thane (E.), Maharashtra 400603, India.


Gas, Leakage, MQ-9, LPG, GSM, Robot car, Rover, Pipeline

We implemented Gas Leakage detection system by using Arduino Uno, NodeMcu, MQ-9 gas sensor, LCD Display. While implementing the project we learn lot about Arduino, Gas sensors, Nodemcu and many other IoT devices. LPG Gas Leakage leads a huge problem in many industries and households. We are going to design such a robot that can detect Gas Leakages effectively by using a MQ-9 gas sensor and alert user by sending an alert message by using the GSM800C module to the respective mobile phones. Hence our Project will definitely prove to be an important for households and industries. In Future research we are planning to upgrade project with robotic arm technology that will used for reaching to the heights of pipeline vertically. The camera module and display sensor will also be implemented in the project so rover can used for underground and tunnel.


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