The Resource Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management

Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management

Label
Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management
Title
Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Subsea repairs and inspection are costly for petroleum and pipeline engineers and proper training is needed to focus on ensuring system strength and integrity. Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management is the perfect companion for new engineers who need to be aware of the state-of-the-art techniques. This handbook offers a ""hands-on"" problem-solving approach to integrity management, leak detection, and reliability applications such as risk analysis. Wide-ranging and easy-to-use, the book is packed with data tables, illustrations, and calculations, with a focus on pipeli
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
550
Index
no index present
LC call number
TJ930
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management
Publication
Note
  • 2.quantitative-risk assessment and target reliability
  • Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
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  • net
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Front Cover; SUBSEA PIPELINE INTEGRITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT; COPYRIGHT; CONTENTS; FOREWORD; PREFACE; Part 1 -- Pipeline Integrity Management; Chapter 1 -- Corrosion and Corroded Pipelines; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.CORROSION DEFECT PREDICTION; 3.REMAINING STRENGTH OF CORRODED PIPE; REFERENCES; Chapter 2 -- Buckling and Collapse of Corroded Pipes; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.MOMENT CAPACITY OF PIPE UNDER COMBINED LOADS; 3.COLLAPSE DUE TO EXTERNAL PRESSURE; 4.MODIFICATION TO TIMOSHENKO AND GERE'S EQUATIONS; 5.INTERACTION OF BENDING AND PRESSURE; 6.CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 3 -- Dented Pipelines
  • 1.INTRODUCTION2.LIMIT-STATE BASED CRITERIA FOR DENTED PIPES; 3.FRACTURE OF PIPES WITH LONGITUDINAL CRACKS; 4.FRACTURE OF PIPES WITH CIRCUMFERENTIAL CRACKS; 5.RELIABILITY-BASED ASSESSMENT; 6.DESIGN EXAMPLES; REFERENCES; Chapter 4 -- Pipeline Inspection and Subsea Repair; 1.PIPELINE INSPECTION; 2.IPELINE REPAIR METHODS; 3.DEEPWATER PIPELINE REPAIR; REFERENCES; Chapter 5 -- Integrity Management of Flexible Pipes; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.FAILURE MODES; 3.FAILURE DRIVERS AND MECHANISMS; 4.INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY; 5.INSPECTION AND MONITORING, IN GENERAL; 6.TESTING AND ANALYSIS MEASURES; REFERENCES
  • 4.CALIBRATION OF SAFETY FACTORS5.RELIABILITY-BASED DETERMINATION OF CORROSION ALLOWANCE; REFERENCES; Chapter 11 -- LCC Modeling for Pipeline Design; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.INITIAL COST; 3.FINANCIAL RISK; 4.TIME VALUE OF MONEY; 5.EXAMPLE OF FABRICATION TOLERANCE USING THE LCC MODEL; 6.EXAMPLE OF ON-BOTTOM STABILITY USING THE LCC MODEL; REFERENCES; Chapter 12 -- Quantitative Risk Analysis Based RBI; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.METHODOLOGY AND BASIC PRINCIPLE; 3.QUANTITATIVE RISK ANALYSIS BASED RBI PROCESS; 4.CASE STUDY; REFERENCES; Chapter 13 -- Risk- and Reliability-Based Fitness for Service; 1.INTRODUCTION
  • 7.FAILURE PROBABILITY ESTIMATION BASED ON QUALITATIVE REVIEW AND DATABASES8.FAILURE PROBABILITY ESTIMATION BASED ON STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY METHODS; 9.CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS; 10.EXAMPLE 1. RISK ANALYSIS FOR A SUBSEA GAS PIPELINE; 11.EXAMPLE 2. DROPPED OBJECT RISK ANALYSIS; 12.EXAMPLE 3. USE OF RBIM TO REDUCE OPERATION COSTS; REFERENCES; Chapter 9 -- Risk-Based Inspection; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.MODELING THE RISK; 3.ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA; 4.RBI PROCESS; REFERENCES; Chapter 10 -- Reliability-Based Strength Design of Pipelines; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.FAILURE PROBABILITY; 3.UNCERTAINTY MEASURES
  • Chapter 6 -- Leak Detection Systems1.INTRODUCTION; 2.LEAK DETECTION METHODS; 3.KEY ATTRIBUTES OF DIFFERENT METHODS; 4.PRINCIPLES OF LEAK DETECTION; REFERENCES; Chapter 7 -- Fiber Optic Monitoring System; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.FIBER OPTIC SENSOR TECHNIQUES; 3.TYPES OF SENSING FIBER OPTICS; 4.APPLICATION OF FIBER OPTIC MONITORING ON SUBSEA PIPELINES; REFERENCES; Part 2 -- Risk and Reliability Applications; Chapter 8 -- Risk Analysis for Subsea Pipelines; 1.INTRODUCTION; 2.ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA; 3.IDENTIFICATION OF INITIATING EVENTS; 4.CAUSE ANALYSIS; 5.ROBABILITY OF INITIATING EVENTS; 6.CAUSES OF RISK
Control code
ocn871224313
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (429 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780123946485
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unknown
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not applicable
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.b30606718
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)871224313
  • sciencedirect0123946484

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