The conventional approach to submarine pipeline stability design considers interactions between water and pipeline (fluid-pipe) and pipeline and seabed (pipe-soil). The seabed is typically assumed hydrodynamically stable in this approach. Interactions between the water and the seabed (fluid-soil) are generally considered only as an afterthought. A new approach for assessing the stability of submarine pipelines is under development and is aimed at including seabed stability (or mobility) as a key aspect of the design analysis. An overview of this approach is presented in this paper. A practical method for utilising this design approach has also been developed, and is based on combination of numerical analysis and physical model testing.
https://atteris.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Atteris-logo-for-case-studies.png 1167 1400 Jessica Rucks https://atteris.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/ATTERIS-logo-Small.png Jessica Rucks2011-11-02 06:05:442018-05-18 00:46:40Jas, E. Campbell, D., Ryan, J., White, D. (2011) “A fluid-pipe-soil Approach to Stability Design of Submarine Pipelines,”, Offshore Technology Conference 2011, Houston, (OTC)