Risk-based approach identifies critical hot spot

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International guidelines recommend using a cost-saving, risk-based approach to identify hot spots during in-service inspection planning for fatigue cracks on offshore marine structures. source: source: DNV GL
Eivind Teigland

Eivind Teigland

President @ Ocean Hub As 1 Feb 2018| 8:54 (GMT+1)

Risk-based approach identifies critical hot spot

Planning guidelines will save offshore costs

Fatigue cracks can cause significant damage to offshore structures and is a major concern for the owners of oil and gas platforms, semi submersibles and floating production vessels.Caused by high stress concentrations over lengthy periods of time, fatigue is potentially one of the main contributors to the long-term degradation of offshore structural integrity. Exposure to the continuous forces of wind, wave and ocean currents contributes to the development and growth of fatigue crack and, ult...
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