Installation analysis of subsea structures and sea-fastenings - Oil and Gas

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About the course

Anyone involved in the analysis of subsea structure transportation and installation will benefit from this course’s detailed explanation of installation calculations. This course will give learners the opportunity to practise hand calculations with tutor support based on industry codes and standards. Taking the learners through the stages of transportation and installation of a subsea structure, they will assess the static and dynamic loadings on the structure and associated installation equipment. They will also design and select suitable rigging for lifting and lowering the structure to the seabed, and design spreader beams, lifting points and sea-fastenings. Giving learners the confidence to independently assess and verify calculations, the tutor will guide them through a variety of worked examples and exercises, explaining how they are applied to real life scenarios.

At a glance

Available dates

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Duration

3 days (21 study hours)

Location

Virtual classroom

Level

Specialisation

Price

£2,100 plus VAT

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Learning outcomes

  • Explain the stages of transportation and installation of a subsea structure
  • Calculate the static and dynamic loadings on the subsea structures during installation
  • Identify and design suitable rigging for lifting and lowering a structure to the seabed
  • Explain the design and configuration of spreader beams
  • Describe deck layouts and the design and considerations for sea-fastenings

Course structure

Day by day content

Day one

Transportation and installation

  • Load-out
  • Transportation
  • Offshore lifting
  • Landing, levelling and anchoring

 

Static and dynamic loads

  • Static loads and dynamic effects
  • Vessel motions
  • Software
  • Dynamic analysis
  • Worked example

 

Lifting of subsea structures

  • Environmental loads
  • Lifting in air
  • Lifting through wave zone
  • Lowering through water column
  • Worked Example

Day two

Rigging design and analysis

  • Rigging configurations
  • Wires, slings, strops and shackles
  • Rigging analysis
  • Code requirements
  • Equipment selection
  • Worked example

 

Spreader beam design

  • Steelwork design process
  • Visualisation
  • Steelwork design codes
  • Combined load checks
  • Spreader beam configurations
  • Worked example

Day three

Lifting points and lugs

  • Lugs and stiffeners
  • Failure modes and design requirements
  • Codes and standards
  • Worked example

 

Deck layouts and sea-fastenings

  • Transportation loads
  • Deck layouts
  • Sea-fastening configurations
  • Sea-fastening considerations and design
  • Foundations and deck fixings
  • Worked example
TESTIMONIALS

What past delegates have said about our courses

This course definitely meets the knowledge requirements for installation of subsea pipelines

Dafiadje Oghenovo, Shell

 

Jee training course in subsea pipelines has exceeded our expectations.  The tutor, the provided material and the whole cooperation have been flawless and truly met out goal to provide a unified knowledge base in subsea pipelines for a big and very diversified audience.  Thank you all in Jee and will surely continue growing our relationship!

Ilias Bekiros, Corinth Pipelines

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