|LC Classifications||TN871.3 .C73 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||87021799|
pages Offshore Installation Practice describes the main requirements and applications for safe offshore installation and operation. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Crawford, J., C. Eng. Offshore installation practice. London ; Boston: Butterworths, (OCoLC) Having defined what an offshore construction project is, the authors describe the book as ‘concerned with contracts for designing, building and installing units or platforms or vessels or facilities, for the exploration, development, production and decommissioning of offshore oil and gas fields.’/5(4). Electrical installation handbook users The electrical installation handbook is a tool which is suitable for all those who are interested in electrical plants: useful for installers and maintenance technicians through brief yet important electrotechnical references, and for .
methods and limits in these Rules reflects what is considered to be the current state of practice in the design and installation of offshore facilities. The application of these Rules by ABS will not seek to inhibit the use of any technological approach that can be shown to produce an acceptable level of safety. offshore design are derived from a different rule book. In the thesis offshore as a definition is explained. Also different rig and vessel types are presented as well as the greatest offshore operators. Additionally, different offshore rules and their regulators are introduced in the thesis. Offshore Installation. Offshore installations do not commonly have the advantage of a mobile firewater support and therefore critical installations require a minimum of three % pumps (although the author has engineered arrangements where backup firewater support to a fixed offshore structure was provided from a semi-submersible vessel via a catenary hose arrangement as a temporary measure prior to the installation . Offshore Installation. In this section— “offshore installation” means any installation which is an offshore installation within the meaning of the Mineral Workings (Offshore Installations) Act , or is to be taken to be an installation for the purposes of sections 21 to 23 of the Petroleum Act
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