Subsea Valves Handbook
Subsea Valves Handbook helps engineers and managers understand the types of valves that are specific to various subsea applications, including their critical functions and a focus on cavitation and flushing effects that is essential for today s deepwater and high temperature wells.
Operating offshore valves has its own set of challenges, including harsher environments, more remote locations, and higher maintenance costs. This book delivers knowledge on lifetime estimations and design extension considerations, validation/verification testing during installation, integration obstacles, and safety and reliability monitoring points. Industry standards and the data behind their specifications are listed for easy reference, as well as basic definitions and abbreviations. Users will find a reference that successfully bridges the knowledge gap for any engineer and manager working specifically in subsea oil and gas.
- Presents how subsea valves differ from other valves in the industry, including subsea master valves, wing valves, and choke valves
- Provides information on the various industry standards specific to subsea valves and why these requirements are needed
- Explains technical background, and testing and installation considerations that are critical for today s higher degree of offshore regulations
|Titel:||Subsea Valves Handbook|
|Uitgever:||Gulf Professional Pub|
|Afmetingen:||228 x 152 x 0|
Bridges the knowledge gap by presenting both specifications and applications of subsea oil and gas valves that are specific to various subsea initiatives