Pulse Overview

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Introduction of Pulse

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<ul><li> 1. IntroductionofPulseWilsonFoo </li> <li> 2. Contents Whatdowemonitorandwhy? ASSSURETM rangeofsystems DrillingRiserMonitoring ProductionRiserMonitoring MarineSystems SubseaInfrastructure IntegriTM rangeofsensors Pulse/Acteonoverview 2 </li> <li> 3. Whatdowemonitorandwhy? </li> <li> 4. PulseMissionStatement Toenableourclientstooperatesafely andefficientlythroughmonitoring </li> <li> 5. WhatandwheredoesPulsemonitor? Offshorewindfarms Vessels/platformsTidalgenerators Flexiblerisers Drillingrisers Toptensionedrisers Freestandingrisers Steelcatenary risers Mooringlines Pipelines </li> <li> 6. Examplesofclientissues Whatisthefatiguedamageofseabedpipeline spans duetovibration? Whatisthedrilling riserfatiguedamageduetovortex inducedvibration? AremyFPSOs mooringlinesallintact? Whatisthebuoyancytankbehaviorduringhurricane/ cyclone/typhoon? . </li> <li> 7. Whydowemonitor Despitegreaterunderstandingandadvancedengineering &amp;analyticaltools Stillunknowns Inspectioncanbedifficult/expensive Increasedemphasison+31620248812 Safety Integritymanagement Regulatoryrequirement Deeperwatermeansgreaterchallenges MonitoringshouldbepartofproactiveIMR(Inspection, Maintenance&amp;Repair)programme </li> <li> 8. OverrotationofFlexjoint </li> <li> 9. VIVconductormovement </li> <li> 10. Riserfailurein6,000ftwaterdepth </li> <li> 11. MonitoringSystems </li> <li> 12. MarketSegmentOverview DrillingRiserMonitoring DrillASSURE ProductionRiserMonitoring FlexASSURE SLORASSURE SCRASSURE MarineSystems MarineASSURE MoorASSURE TendonASSURE SubseaInfrastructure SpanASSURE JumperASSURE Renewables </li> <li> 13. WhatisDrillASSURE? DrillingRiserIntegrityManagementSystemtoaid: Planningdrillingoperations Monitoringdrillingoperations Monitoringcompletion/workover/wellintervention Minimisedisruptionstodrillingoperations,maximise operationaltime,reducecosts&amp;increasesafety </li> <li> 14. Fullsystemintegrationwith realtimesoftwareOverviewoftheDRILLASSUREsystem </li> <li> 15. AlarmFunctionality DrillASSUREreducescomplexoperatingenvironmentto3 levelalarmsystemSTATUS GREEN YELLOW RED Allparameters 1parameter 1parameterSITUATION withinnormal outsidenormal outsideultimate operatinglimits operatinglimits operatinglimits Judgement RecommendedACTION Optimise ActionRequired Disconnect </li> <li> 16. OperatingEnvelopeDefinition 1.2 Surface Current Velocity (m/s) 1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0.0 -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 Vessel Offset (% of water depth) Pulseworkswithoperatorstodefineoperating envelopes Pulse/2Halgorithmsbasedon15yearsofexperience withdrillinganalysis </li> <li> 17. WhyMonitoringforFlexibles? Flexiblerisersareacomplexconstruction Multiplefailuremodes Limitedoperatinghistoryincomparisonwithrigidpipe Flexiblesaredeemednoninspectable Designlife10timessafetyfactor Ifdeemedinspectable reducesto3times Monitoringisakeycomponentofflexibleriserintegrity management </li> <li> 18. SystemDescription </li> <li> 19. PhilosophyforFlexASSUREdesign Designed&amp;qualifiedinconjunctionwith operatorandflexiblemanufacturertomonitor topsectionofriser &gt;90%ofincidentsoccurintopsection Realneedforoperatortounderstand Largenumberofflexiblesoncriticallist Breachinoutersheath canleadtocorrosionissues Noeffectivesystemformonitoringwirebreaks atpresent Currentwirebreakdetectionsystemsarevisual inspectionmethods Needincreasingaswaterdepthsaredeeper Endfittingmorecomplex Highertension </li> <li> 20. Principleofmeasurement Soundemission Riser Transientaxialmovement Transienttwist ResultantrotationRetrofitsystem Easytoinstall TopsideorsubseaSimpletooperate SimpleGUIwithalarmbasedsystem easytointerpretRobustmeasurement NofalsealarmsReliable BasedonPulsestandardmodularcomponents&gt;10yearsexperience </li> <li> 21. DynamicFatigueTest SelectedResults 3yearqualification:17wirebreaksdetected NOFALSEALARMS 5.0 4.5 Peaksinall5 WIRE WIRE Peaksinall5 WIRE WIRE Peaksinall5 Peaksinall5 4.0 sensors: BREAK sensors: BREAK BREAK sensors: sensors: BREAKNumberaboveThresholdLevel WireBreak WireBreak WireBreak WireBreak 3.5 Only Only Peaksinonly3 Peaksinonly1 Only Peaksinonly3 1sensors 1sensors sensors: sensors: 3sensors sensors: 3.0 Causedbythe Causedbythe nobreak nobreak nobreak testinertia testinertia 2.5 (EndofLoad (BeginofLoad Case) Case) 2.0 1.5 1.0 0.5 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 EventNumber Sensor1 Sensor2 Sensor3 Sensor4 Sensor5 </li> <li> 22. TahitiSCRinstrumentation Hang-off Region Hang-off Region TDZ Region TDZ Region Strain + Motion + Shape Strain + Motion + Shape Strain + Motion + Shape Strain + Motion + Shape VIV, Fatigue VIV, Fatigue SCR fatigue SCR fatigue 24 </li> <li> 23. TahitiSCRinstrumentation HardwiredintoTopsideDAQ DiscreteMonitoringLocation NonIntrusive Motion Strain 25 </li> <li> 24. TahitiSCRInstrumentation 26 </li> <li> 25. TahitiSCRMonitoringGoalsAchieved GoalsAchieved2009 Systemoperationalsincebeginningof2009 CompareMeasuredriserperformanceagainstdesignassumptions Identifyandmonitorriserloadsduringextremeevents HurricaneIda Measuredriserresponsecorrelateswithwaveactivity Torsional rotationmeasuredonTDZconfirmedwithROVFootage Trackaccumulatedriserfatiguedamageatcriticallocation CustomerGoalsfor2010 Calibratesoilstiffnessmodel Identifytrenchingandcorrespondingriserloadsforextremeevents. </li> <li> 26. TahitiSCRinstrumentationDataAnalysis TDPDynamicRiserStress HurricaneIDA VIM stressinTDP StrainSensor15 28 </li> <li> 27. TTMS OnshoreinstallationTopTensionMonitoringSystem Displacement Boltoncollar Protectivecage Sensor </li> <li> 28. TTMSGOMinstallation </li> <li> 29. ContainmentRiserTensionMonitoringProduction RiserFlushStart Aircan TSBonnie Tensionloss installatio VesselDemob Aircan leak n Production Stop Aircan fill </li> <li> 30. SLORScreenshots </li> <li> 31. MarineVesselandEnvironmentalMonitoring </li> <li> 32. MonitoringSystemsOverview ADCPcurrentspeedanddirection Waveradarairgap Location(CGPS) 6DOFmotion Environmentalmonitoring HullMonitoring Ballasttankmonitoring Tendontensionloadmonitoring Drillingadvisory Subseamonitoringsystem 35 </li> <li> 33. MonitoringSystemsOverview IntegratedSensorUnits DataAcquisition SoftwareSystemSystem Bus 36 </li> <li> 34. ADCPMonitoringSystem Realtimeandselfcontaineddata Measurement Top1000m Bottom400600m Surfacecurrentsandwaves Scopeofsupply 38kHzOceanObserverADCP 300kHzHorizontalADCPw/waves 75kHzLongRangerADCP Seabeddeploymentframe 37 </li> <li> 35. MarineASSUREscreenshot </li> <li> 36. Overview Mooringlinemonitoringsystem Fatigue/lifetimebasedontension Alarmifbreakinmooringline Twomethodsformonitoringtensioninmooring lines 1. Measuretopangle ofmooringlines 2. Directtensionmeasurement a) IntegriCuff b) InterMPulseconnector </li> <li> 37. MeasurementofTopAngle </li> <li> 38. TopAngleMeasurement Measuretopangle ofmooringlines Anglesareconvertedintotensionusingequations RetrofitinstallationbydiversorROVs 20minlogging/6hoursloggingeveryday 1datauploadacousticallyeveryday 5yearsoperationwithonebatteryloading </li> <li> 39. SoftwareWindow </li> <li> 40. MooringDynamicChainTensionSensor </li> <li> 41. InterMPulseswivel Industryfirst:Intelligentinline mooringcomponent Jointdevelopmentbetween Intermoor&amp;Pulse 2011...</li></ul>