Course

Fatigue of offshore structures - Advanced course

Date: 17 - 18. November 2015
Venue: Felix Conference Centre, Aker Brygge, Oslo

. The course is held in English

Dette kurset tilbys kostnadsfritt til arbeidsledige ingeniører*

 



Description
Main topics in this course are : Assessment methods for floating and fixed structures; mooring systems, design of pipelines and riser systems, developments in materials for severe environmental conditions. Methodologies for assessments of remaining life and life extension of aging structures. Standards and recommedations.
Target group: Practicing engineers in the offshore industry.


Programme  

Day 1

09.00 - 09.15 Opening

09.15 – 10.00 Design standards – an overview
• DNVGL-RP’er
• International Institute of welding - IIW
• ISO 19902
• NORSOK N-004 and N-006
• BS 7608 and BS 7910
Per J Haagensen, NTNU

10.00 -10.45 Modelling of weather conditions for fatigue calculations of fixed and floating structures
• Basics of fatigue load estimation
• Fatigue methodology - overview
• Scatter and statistical analysis
• Examples
Sverre K. Haver

10.45 – 11.00 Coffe break

11.00-11.45 Wave and wind loads – response analysis
• Fatigue loads and response
• Wave loads
• Wind loads
Sverre K. Haver

11.45 -12.30 Finite element analysis for fatigue assessment
• Definition of nominal stress, hot spot stress and notch stress
• Finite element modelling depending on stresses to be calculated
• Read-out of stresses from analysis
• Fatigue crack growth from weld toes and weld roots.
Inge Lotsberg, DNV GL

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30-14.15 DNVGL-RP-C203(2016) Fatigue design of offshore steel structures
• Information about the next revision and new additions to this RP based on new learning.
Inge Lotsberg , DNV GL

14.15-15.00 Fracture mechanics – theory and practice
• Basic aspects
• Crack growth under fatigue loading
• Crack growth in welded structures
Tom Lassen, University of Agder

15.00 - 15.15 Coffee break

15.15 - 16.00 Applied fracture mechanics
• Marine structures
• Applications of BS 7910
• Welded structures and mooring systems
• Examples
Tom Lassen, University of Agder

16.00 - 16.30 Inspection and life extension
- Probilistic fracture mechanics and inspection planning
- Examples
Tom Lassen, University of Agder

16.30 Closure

Day 2

08.30 -09.00 Butt welded pipes– S-N curves and stress analysis
• Stresses used in design codes
• Effects defects and misalignment in pipes
Per J Haagensen, NTNU

09.00 -09.45 Fatigue of pipelines, risers and umbilicals
• Free-spanning pipelines and risers
• Fracture mechanics vs. S-N approach to life assessment
• Developments in standards and guidance - IIW, BS 7910:2013 and BS 7608:2014
Per J Haagensen, NTNU

09.45–10.30 Integrity issues - pipelines and risers
• Girth welds:
- Welding processes – defects and residual stresses
Quality control (QA) and quality assurance (QA) issues.
• Engineering critical assessment (ECA)
- Initiation and propagation phase
Example/Case study: Comparison of S-N fatigue and crack growth
Agnes Marie Horn, DNV GL

10.30– 11.00 Coffee break

11.00 -12.00 Arctic conditions and developments in assessment methods
• Developments in materials for arctic conditions
• Strain based methods
• Research activities
• Examples
Agnes Marie Horn, DNV

Kl. 12.00 Lunch

Kl. 13.00 – 13.45 Improvement for higher fatigue strength
- Improved detail design
- Geometry improvement methods
- Residual stress methods
- Recent developments in rules and standards
Per J Haagensen, NTNU

13.45 -14.00 Coffeee break

14.15 -15.00 Materials, fabrication and methods for life extension
- Higher strength steels
- Cast and forged parts
- Materials for sour service
- Materials for arctic conditions
- Testing and validation of new S-N curves
Per J Haagensen, NTNU

15.00 -16.00 Examples of life extension
- Veslefrikk B
- Troll C
Per J Haagensen, NTNU

16.00 - 16.30 Summary and discussion

16.30 End


Practical information & registration

Tid: 17 - 18. November 2015

Venue
: Felix Konferansesenter, Aker Brygge, Oslo

Registration fee: incl. lunch and coffee breaks
Nkr. 9.200 for members of NFS and/or Norsk Stålforbund
Nkr. 9.500 for members of Tekna
Nkr. 9.700 for non-members

* Dette kurset tilbys kostnadsfritt til arbeidsledige ingeniører mot fremlegging av; attest fra NAV om at man er arbeidsledig og søknad til NAV om dekning av kursavgiften. Deltakelsen vil bli basert på en individuell vurdering

Documents
The course includes e-cours compendium
The folloing standards can be useful for the course:
* NORSOK N-004 and N-006 may be ordered here 
* DNV-RP-C203 (Fatigue of offshores structures) free to download here

Administration: Tekna, servicekontoret, Postboks 2312 Solli, 0201 Oslo
Tel: 22947560/61 Fax: 22947501 e-mail: registrering@tekna.no 

Cansellation: If cancellation is done after final date of registration, the full fee has to be paid. Only written cancellation, that is confirmed received by Tekna, will be approved. Cancellation due to illness has to be confirmed by the doctor`s written approval.Otherwise, a full fee has to be paid.

Registration
: Send e-mail to registrering@tekna.no.
Provide your name, e-mail, mobile, invoice adr.

NB! Final date for registration 11. November 2015

 

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