Offshore Pipelines Design, Construction & Operation

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16-Jul-2018 5 Days Hyderabad 09:00 am to 05:30 pm Apply
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Offshore Pipelines Design, Construction & Operation

Program Description
Pipeline systems represent significant financial investment and constitute a key element of the industrial and public value chain. Offshore pipelines are the arteries of the offshore industry and around the world more than 180,000 km are in service. Part of almost every project, they often form a large component of project cost. The course will provide a complete and up-to-date coverage of the subject, and will take participants through predesign and route selection, detailed design, construction, operation and maintenance. The course is extensively illustrated by case studies.

The Course is designed for Offshore Pipeline Engineers & Managers working directly on Offshore Pipeline Projects or responsible to control & manage Offshore Pipeline Design & Construction Projects.
Pipeline Design Engineers
Pipeline Managers
Pipeline Construction Engineers
Pipeline Inspection, Integrity Engineers & Managers
Anyone Involved with Pipeline Projects

This course provides a detailed understanding of Offshore pipeline design and the latest engineering principles and codes applied to design projects.

Attend this course to:
Understand the key factors associated with pipeline design, including routing, materials selection and on-bottom stability
Learn about design for strength to avoid failures such as bursting, collapse and buckling
Understand internal and external corrosion principles
Carry out design calculations , using the latest codes learn directly from subsea pipeline experts

Welcome & Introduction
Introduction: Concept, Design, Construction & Operation
Material Selection & Corrosion:
Recap, Material Selection, Coating Design, Corrosion Control, Links between Material & Design.
Pipeline Mechanical Design: Pressures, Wall thickness Design, Pressure Containment, Collapse & Propagation Buckling
TASK- Wall thickness Design.
Route Selection:
Recap, Seabed Survey, Met Ocean Data, Route Selection.
TASK- Route Survey.
In- place Design: Local Buckling, Global buckling Assessment.          
TASK- Global Buckling Design
In- place Design (cont'd):
Recap, On bottom Stability             
TASK- On bottom stability.  
Free Span Assessment.
TASK- Free Span Design
Installation Design:
Recap, Tie-in Design, Seabed Intervention & Protection. Installation Analysis.
RFO & Pigging, Subsea Pipelines Operation
Summing Up