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Kalpakoglou, Alexandra (author)
Marine pipelines are often operated at high internal pressure and temperature. This loading condition results in the development of axial compressive forces that can cause the pipeline to buckle globally. Global buckling occurs when significant lateral motion is present in the pipeline and excessive feed-in occurs at that specific location,...
master thesis 2020
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Wolters, Djurre (author)
A stinger is a steel space frame structure, used on pipe-lay vessels, to support the weight of a suspended pipeline. A stinger is highly fatigue loaded due to environmental loads, vessel motions and variable pipe loads. In the design phase, predictions for the structural behaviour of the stinger were made. However, inspection history showed...
master thesis 2019
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Jansen, Jasper (author)
The S-lay pipeline installation method is characterised by its fast installation process and its application in all water depths. Offshore standards and design codes provide local buckling checks for combined loading criteria for load controlled and displacement controlled conditions, where a load controlled condition is defined as a case in...
master thesis 2018
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Marbus, G.D. (author)
Allseas Engineering bv ("Allseas") is a major offshore contractor, supplying the oil and gas industry with their expertise in the field of marine pipeline installation. Their biggest ship, the Solitaire, has a horizontal working plane and to prevent the pipe from bending or breaking due to its weight the pipe is guided by an outrigger called the...
master thesis 2007
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