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Title: Challenges in deepwater risers system design and analysis
Category: Technical papers from Pipes & Pipelines International
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Catalog No.: 791
Date of Publication: June 2001
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Dr H Hushuan Wang and Dr Y Dorren Chin
Abstract: It has been well recognized that the design and analysis of deepwater riser systems should consider various aspects of the overall system. The associated pipelines adn floating-production system are separated form the risers by certain assumed boundaries: more and more design and analysis practices have shown that the uncertainties and difficulties in defining suitable boundaries may result in unpredictable or totally-different scenarios. The components of the itegrated overall system of risers, floating-production systems, and associated pipelines all interacted with each other, and these interactions affect the performance of the risers. Howecer,these interatction effects are relatively-unknown, and need further research. This paper reviews the current industry practice in deepwater riser design and analysis, and addresses the challenging issues in riser design and analysis as an overall system associated with the pipeline and floating production systems. A systematic methodology to analyse this complicated system is proposed.
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