Offshore Pipeline Design and Installation
Type of course in situ
Course provider Cranfield University
Available dates for this course
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To provide an understanding of the basic procedures in offshore pipeline design and installation, and the problems caused by fluids carried within pipelines.
overview of components â€“ pipelines, risers, valves, pig launchers/receivers and flow metering equipment
introduction to design procedures â€“ physical properties, stress analysis, buckling and collapse, strain-based design
fluid flow through pipes â€“ basic hydrodynamics, multiphase flow, hydrate formation/prevention, wax formation/prevention
pipelines steels â€“ effect of processing: normalised quenched and tempered, thermo-mechanically treated and accelerated cooled steels. Seamless, HFERW and UOE manufacturing processes, corrosion resistant steels
design for installation â€“ S-lay, J-lay, deepwater, calculation of tensions, reeling
thermal coatings â€“ requirements, selection and application of coating, field joint coating systems
pipelay methods â€“ laybarge configurations, anchor handling /DP, reel barge, pipeline bundles, â€˜pipe in pipeâ€™, factors affecting productivity.
On successful completion of this course the delegate will:
Understand the basic procedures in offshore pipeline design and installation.
Be able to select appropriate components for an installation.
Have a knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of different pipelaying techniques.
Understand the problems caused by fluids carried within pipelines.
To book on this course please contact:
Academic Operations Unit.
MK43 0AL, UK
T: +44 (0) 1234 754176
F: +44 (0) 1234 751206
Cranfield University reserves the right to change the date of this course.
Cranfield Campus College Road Cranfield MK43 0AL UK
Telephone: +44 (0)1234 758540