DNV—GL — ON—BOTTOM STABILITY DESIGN OF SUBMARINE PIPELINES
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The official DNV GL - released recommended practice devoted to the on-bottom stability design of the submarine pipelines. This is the latest edition of the document. The authors of the recommended practice consider the stability design for the pipelines that are normally subjected to the current and wave loads. The content of the document is based on the technical experience and development.
The basic principles are compliant with the recognized rules; they reflect the industry practice and results of the latest researches in the field. The main intent of the document is to provide industry with the rational and reasonable design criteria together with the guidance for assessing the stability. The first general section of the volume covers the relationship of this practice with the other codes and touches the safety philosophy.
The next section is dealing with the design including load combinations and weight and resistance calculations plus the design criterion. The other two sections address the established design methods including vertical stability in water, on and in soil, dynamical, generalized, and absolute lateral static stability methods, free spans, seabed stability and other important aspects.
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