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Structural Life Extension of Offshore Installations

25th May 2015


This course will give a fresh and practical input on the way engineers can go about safeguarding the structural integrity of any offshore installation preventing the use of hot-work. Using the three pillar of life extension concept, participants will learn to use Fatigue Assessment, Inspection and weld improvements techniques to enable new possibilities in life extension projects.

Attendees will be exposed to the creation of a complete Finite Element models of installations, review of structural data to a range of engineering solutions with a specific focus on Ultrasonic Peening. You will also explore the benefits of a range of engineering solutions. At this exclusive masterclass you will uncover a range of solutions to help you optimise your facilities resulting in enhanced operational productivity. There will also be numerous opportunities available throughout the masterclass for you to bring along specific case-studies to discuss with your industry peers.

Benefits Of Attending

  • Understand how a life extension program can prevent structural issues on an offshore installation
  • Describe up-to-day technologies, theoretical and empirical, used to verify and continuously improve accuracy of FEA results
  • Identify structural issues and their quantification
  • Gather insights on range of engineering solutions available
  • Comprehend the future development of topsides
  • Apply fatigue assessment and fatigue design
  • Explore main inspection methods with a practical approach

Who Should Attend

  • Structural Engineer
  • Principal Engineer,
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Technical Director / Manager
  • Naval Architect
  • Structural Project Engineer
  • Maintenance Manager
  • Asset Integrity Manager
  • Marine Engineer

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25th May 2015
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