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Pipeline stability design optimization

Pipeline stability design optimization

Pipeline stability design optimization

(OP)
I am looking for information on subsea pipeline stability design optimization particularly in shallow waters (applicability of AGA, DnV RPE 305 or other methodologies).

Narendranath R
narenr@narendranath.itgo.com
Design Aide - Pipeline Engineering
Pipeline engineering is made easy with state of the art computer software, visit www.narendranath.itgo.com.

RE: Pipeline stability design optimization

How to calculate surgr pressure of a12" API5LX-46 petroleum product pipeline ?

RE: Pipeline stability design optimization

Refer to DnV's Offshore Standard OS-F101. Available on dnv.com for viewing.

RE: Pipeline stability design optimization

(OP)
Chyetanya,

Thanks for entering the thread, DnV OSF101 [popularly referred by pipeline engineers as DnV 2000] is a offshore pipeline DFI code [latest version of DnV pipeline code] where it refer back to DnV RPE 305 for stability design.

I was intrested in shallow water pipeline design methodologies, something like AGA method or other 3D stability methods.


Narendranath R
narenr@narendranath.itgo.com
http://www.narendranath.itgo.com
Pipeline engineering is made easy with state of the art computer software, visit www.narendranath.itgo.com.

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