Subsea engineering handbook

Author(s)                 Yong Bai, Qiang Bai
Publisher Elsevier Science
Date 2010
Pages 960
Format pdf
Size 40.9 Mb

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   Nowadays, subsea engineering is a very big and complex discipline involving the design, construction, analysis, installation and further integrity management of the subsea installations and associated equipment such as wellheads, manifolds, trees, jumpers etc. It sounds strange but currently there is no book available that would help the engineers understand the basic principles of subsea engineering. The intention of the authors f the present publication was to provide people willing to become subsa engineers with the comprehensive source of the information on all matters involved. the book was written in very clear and easily understandable language and answers the crucial questions of the industry - it yields a roadmap to all people involved in subsea engineering, suchas regulatory personne, estimators and project managers. The material contain in the book covers the issues concerning both floating and fixed offshore installations, ROVs. pressure piping and many more.

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