Subsea Control and Data Acquisition: for Oil and Gas Production Systems by Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)Subsea Control and Data Acquisition: for Oil and Gas Production Systems by Society for Underwater Technology (SUT)

Subsea Control and Data Acquisition: for Oil and Gas Production Systems

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The biennial conferences of the Society for Underwater Technology have achieved an excellent reputation for the quality of their presentations, which cover topics of the most acute current interest, as well as those at the forefront of review and development. The 1994 conference on Subsea Control and Data Acquisition formed no exception, since it covers subjects at the cutting edge of modern technology. It is a matter of increasing concern that products are becoming overspecified, resulting in excessive costs and longer development schedules, while not conferring an equivalent benefit in reliability of the finished product. Subsea Control and Data Acquisition is vital reading for all subsea control system designers, manufacturers and operators, equipment consultants, application engineers, academics in the subsea engineering field, and all subsea engineers.

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Title:Subsea Control and Data Acquisition: for Oil and Gas Production SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048143845

ISBN - 13:9789048143849

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Session 1: The Remote Control Systems for the Lille Frigg High Pressure, High Temperature Subsea Development; E. Grude. A Move Towards Subsea Control System Standardisation? P.A. Nilsen, R. Windsor. Exxon's Zinc Development -- Overview of the Subsea Control System; G. Clark, M. Stair. Session 2: A Robust Source for Undersea Fibre Optic Sensor Systems; E. Lewis, W.R. Dutch, P.J. Scully, D.J. Deboux, K.J. Green. The Application of Linear Motors and Associated Equipment in Subsea Pumping Systems; P.E. Hill. Fibre Optic System for Downhole Monitoring; B. Bjornstad. Development and Utilisation of the Fluid-Filled Subsea Electrical Connector; D.B. Pye. Session 3: Development Trends in Subsea Wellhead Control Systems. The Safety Implications; P.T. Griffiths. Umbilical-less Integrated Control System; P. Yates, P. Metcalf, P. Hands, D. Jones. SPARCS Autonomous Control System; M.C. Theobald. Multi-Layer Hose Liner of Low Permeability Materials for Use in Chemical Injection and Control Umbilicals; P.W. Deane, F. Marcoz. Session 4: Subsea Controls -- Reliability, Availability and Maintainability; S.G. Byrne. The Application of Propriety DCS/SCADA Equipment for Subsea Monitoring and Control Systems including Smart Sensor Interface -- a System Overview; G.R. Creech. Hydraulic Accumulators; G. Miller. Subsea Distributed Data Acquisition System; J. Ramshaw. Subsea Multiphase Flowmeters; E.-H. Lunde.