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State-of-the-art report on offshore concrete structures for the Arctic
by American Concrete Institute in Detroit, Mich. (Box 19150, Redford Sta., Detroit 48219)
Written in English
|Other titles||Offshore concrete structures for the Arctic.|
|Statement||reported by ACI Committee 357.|
|Contributions||ACI Committee 357.|
|LC Classifications||TA682.43 .S73 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||86172453|
The offshore oil industry started over 60 years ago, since then it evolved immensely. This evolution was forced by the need of exploiting oil and gas reserves in more challenging regions. The purpose of this study was to gather information about the foundation structures used in the offshore. Santos, B, Gintautas, T, Sørensen, JD, Rodriguez, A, Fernandez, D, Natarajan, A & NJOMO WANDJI, W , Development of new methodologies to assess the structural integrity of the grouted joint of a 10MW wind turbine substructure. in 37th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore & Arctic Engineering. vol. Volume 1: Offshore Technology Author: Benjamin Santos, Tomas Gintautas, John Dalsgaard Sørensen, Alvaro Rodriguez, David Fernandez, Anand.
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concrete in arctic sea conditions can in practice be determined by calculations and laboratory tests. 1 ABRASION MECHANISMS A concrete offshore structure in arctic conditions is subjected to various damage and load effects. On the basis of their effect they can be classified as mechanical, physical or. Design of Offshore Concrete Structures [Gudmestad, O.T., Holand, I., Jersin, E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Design of Offshore Concrete Cited by: 8.
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Add tags for "State-of-the-art report on offshore concrete structures for the Arctic". Be the first. The fib State-of-the-Art Report “Concrete Structures for Oil & Gas Fields in Hostile Marine Environments” ” The object of the report is to support the concrete industry in developing sustainable solutions, help to promote their products in the arctic regions and foster constructive dialogues with clients and authorities sometimes lacking.
able on concrete offshore structures intended for arctic applications, and the reader is referred to ACI R, “State-of-the Art Report - Offshore Con- crete Structures for the Arctic,” for a compilation of information on that subject.
Barge-like concrete structures assume many forms and are used in a wide variety of applications. Con. This new report brings together the relevant experience currently available in designing and building offshore arctic concrete structures. Design criteria have been highlighted, problem areas discussed and future research needs identified.
The state-of-the-art as well as the development of both floating and fixed concrete marine structures for the period –88 are reviewed. Relevant structural applications and the operational performance of previously built structures are by: 5. This book provides a State of the Art Report (STAR) produced by RILEM Technical Committee CMS ‘Thermal Cracking of Mas-sive Concrete Structures’.
Several recent developments related to the old problem of understanding/predicting stresses originated from the evolution of the hydration of concrete are at the origin of the creation this technical committee.
low-density concrete provides the design engineer with a special material to more effectively meet some of these design requirements.
The purpose of this state-of-the-art report is to present information about the nature and properties of high-strength, low-density concrete so that the designer can use it effectively in a confident manner.
This state-of-the-art report brings together the relevant experience currently available in designing and building arctic concrete structures. State of the Art Study on Materials and Solutions against Corrosion in Offshore Structures Project NeSSIE 2 PUBLICATION This report has been produced by the NeSSIE Project Consortium (Deliverable ).
DISCLAIMER This publication reflects only the authors views and the European Union is not responsible. the inspection of concrete structures. Training Course Series Nos. 3 and 10 cover the inspection of concrete using the relevant NDT method; however, coverage is brief and does not present the whole range of NDT methods used for the NDT of concrete.
Concrete has become a very common construction material in most IAEA Member States and problemsFile Size: 2MB. ~0 1 s. In the research, abrasion of the concrete in arctic sea structures is examined, es pecially near the water level. The concrete structure is subjected to a heavy mechanical load near the water level, due to the moving ice sheet as it breaks against the struc ture.
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Concrete offshore structures are used mainly in the offshore oil industry as drilling units for extraction or for storage of oil or natural gas.
These large structures house the machinery and equipment needed to drill and/or extract oil and gas but may have other specialized uses such as LNG offshore terminals or offshore support wind turbines, especially in deep by: Compared to structures on land, offshore gravity structures are characterised by large foundation areas, the installation method, and the cyclic wave loading state.
Offshore Structures: To identify the basic vocabulary, to introduce the major concepts for offshore platform structures, and to explain where the basic structural requirements for design are generated.
SUMMARY A second major type is the gravity concrete structure (see Figure 2), which is employed in the North Sea inFile Size: 1MB. This report on the use of precast concrete arch structures provides guidance on good practice based on the experience of the industry suppliers.
It is not a detailed design guide but provides advice to structural engineers on such structures. There are some 66 arch structures. State-of-the-Art Report on Alakali-Aggregate Reactivity 1 R Offshore Arctic Structures 1 R State-of-the-Art Report on Barge-Like Concrete Structures 1.
R Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in Concrete Structures: State-of-the Art 1. Book Description. Essentials of Offshore Structures: Framed and Gravity Platforms examines the engineering ideas and offshore drilling platforms for exploration and production. This book offers a clear and acceptable demonstration of both the theory and application of the relevant procedures of structural, fluid, and geotechnical mechanics to offshore structures.
ABSTRACT In order to develop an optimum steel/concrete composite ice wall for the arctic offshore structures, structural behavior of the steel/concrete composite sandwich beams with double skin plates was studied by test. From the test, the steel/coCited by: 3.
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Landis(Eds) 1 STATE-OF-THE-ART ANALYSIS FOR THE FRACTURE ENERGY OF CONCRETE: REVISITED MYUNG K. LEE †, SUNG W. YOO †† AND BYUNG H. OH ††† † Jeonju University Jeonju-si, Jeonbuk, Korea e-mail: [email protected] area of the Arctic Ocean covered by ice in the summer fluctuated in a fairly narrow range for most of the last years (see Figure 1) but after about began to decline rapidly.
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