SHIP—SHAPED OFFSHORE INSTALLATIONS DESIGN, BUILDING AND OPERATION
|Author(s)||Jeom Kee Paik, Anil Kumar Thayamballi|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|D O W N L O A D|
This volume presents the results of joint efforts of the professional engineers Jeom Kee Paik and Anil Kumar Thayambali. Published by Cambridge University Press in 2004, this book covers all aspects of ship-shaped offshore installations design building and operation and will be of great use for all people involved in the design and operation of offshore structures.
The book was originally aimed at structural engineers and the authors have paid particular and close attention to the details especially those in limit-state design method. Note that the coverage of the other relevant aspects is equally impressive. The authors have managed to condense a truly great amount of fresh and important information in a single practical book providing plenty of references.
The units addressed in this book are important for the future development of the hydrocarbons offshore and they are considered better choice in marginal fields. Such systems are advantageous when utilized for the development of oil and gas in deep and ultra-deep waters and also at fields substantially remote from the existing pipelines. The book covers a remarkably wide range of topics from contracting strategy to decommissioning and further removal of the offshore units concerned...
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