Fundamentals of Deepwater Riser Engineering - ASME-IPTI/SPE Training Week

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Course Name:
Fundamentals of Deepwater Riser Engineering

 
Course Overview:
The "Fundamentals of Deepwater Riser Engineering" will provide attendees with the basic principles and technologies of riser engineering design, fabrication and installation, and provide an understanding of the primary drivers behind riser system selection for deepwater floating production. Each student will receive 6.5 PDH's.

 
Course Attendees:
This course is designed for subsea, pipeline or riser engineers with 1-5 years of experience and industry professionals who interface with riser engineering.
 
 
Course Objectives:

To provide a basic understanding of the key elements of riser engineering and the riser design process.

At the end of this course you will be able to:

  • To provide a basic understanding of the key elements of riser engineering and the riser design process
  • Be aware of key decision drivers associated with riser concept selection
  • Understand the design process associated with each riser type
  • Have a basic understanding of the theory of hydrodynamic and metocean loads that drive riser design
  • Understand the technology limits of different riser concepts, whether water depth, vessel, temperature, pressure, fluid or other limits.
  • Interface with riser designers with an understanding of their role in subsea design

Course Topics:

  • Deepwater riser technology
  • Riser codes of practice
  • Riser selection
  • Steel based risers
  • Flexible, hybrid, and umbilical risers
  • Material, fabrication and installation
  • Deepwater projects and lessons learned

 

Instructors:
Erin Balch (MCS Kenny)
Alan Whooley (MCS Kenny)

 
 
 
 
 

 

Organizer Lydia Serenil

When?

Thu, April 26, 2012
8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. US/Central

Where?

Hess
1501 McKinney
Houston, TX 77010