Aspect '94: Advances in Subsea Pipeline Engineering and Technology by Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)Aspect '94: Advances in Subsea Pipeline Engineering and Technology by Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)

Aspect '94: Advances in Subsea Pipeline Engineering and Technology

bySociety for Underwater Technology (SUT)

Paperback | November 13, 2012

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Aspect '94is the most up-to-date and comprehensive assessment of the present and future of the pipeline systems industry. It comprises papers from leading experts in all areas of pipeline engineering and technology.
As this book shows, the last few years have seen great strides forward in the field of subsea pipelines. Deepwater pipelines, long distance pipelines and complex systems transporting hydrocarbons and fluids to and from marginal field subsea wellheads and templates are all being implemented without significant problems.
The pace of progress continues to accelerate in the subsea industry, and the scope to make further improvements is constantly being explored. Operators, consultants, suppliers and contractors are all researching, developing and testing new techniques and ideas.
Title:Aspect '94: Advances in Subsea Pipeline Engineering and TechnologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:247 pages, 24 × 16 × 0.07 inPublished:November 13, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401045143

ISBN - 13:9789401045148


Table of Contents

Changes in the Industry; C.J. Landen. Session One: High Pressure/High Temperature; Chairman: C.P. Ellinas. Dunbar Double Wall Insulated Pipeline; D. Popineau. Subsea Pipelines Rated at less than Wellhead Shut-In Pressure; D. Bayly. The Strathspey Pipeline Warm Up System -- Design Philosophy & Operating Experience; G. Banner. Session Two: Design; Chairman: P. Brown. Bending of Pipelines to High Levels of Strain; A.C. Walker, D.P. Ellinas. A Critical Review of Near-Shore and Landfall Pipeline Design and Construction; T. Sriskandrajah, J.H. Watkins, E.A. David. Description of a Test on a Novel Reel Lay Facility; M. Seeley, T. Welsh, K. Williams. Guidelines for Free Spanning Pipelines: Outstanding Items and Technology Innovation; F. Tura, M.B. Bryndum, N.J.R. Nielsen. Upheaval Buckling of Flexible Pipes; S.A. Lotvelt, P. Bryn. Session Three: Construction/Installation; Chairman: P. Rosier. Remote Connection Systems for Subsea Pipeline Tie-Ins and Repairs; D. Cruickshank, P. Maxted. ROV Assisted Geotechnical Investigation of Pipeline Trench Back Fill Material Aids Design of Tordis to Gullfaks `C' Pipeline; P.T. Power, R.A. Hawkins, H.P. Christophersen, I. McKenzie. New Burial Techniques for Effective Cable Burial and Protection of Pipes; I.D. Bonnon. Application of a High Resolution Seismic Refraction Equipment to the Precise Investigations of Subbottom Materials along Subsea Pipeline Routes; F. Cour, J.F. Nauroy, J. Meunier. Hydrodynamic Excavation -- Recent Experience in Pipeline and Cable De-Burial, Trenching and Backfilling and Large Scale Seabed Site Clearance; N.V. Sills. Session Four: Operations and Maintenance; Chairman: B.A. Jones. In Service Monitoring of Pipelines with the Geopig Geometry Survey Tool and Associated Pipeline Database System; J. Bruce. Through-Life Monitoring of Pipelines; J.H.A. Baker. Technological Advances in Pipeline Isolation and Repair; A. Aldeen. Underwater Pipeline Repair: Problems and Solutions; N. Wright, B.A. Jones. Developments in Subsea Pipe Freezing for Deep Water Applications; A.J. Barden, R. Standen.