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Subsea pipeline design, analysis, and installation / Qiang Bai, Yong Bai.

By: Bai, Qiang.
Contributor(s): Bai, Yong.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Waltham ; Oxford : Gulf Professional Publishing / Elsevier, 2014Edition: 1st ed.Description: x, 809 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780123868886.Subject(s): Underwater pipelines -- Design and construction | Offshore structures -- Design and construction | | Engineering, General May2015 | Engineering, Petroleum January2017DDC classification: 621.8672 Summary: "Subsea pipelines are used for a number of purposes in the development of subsea hydrocarbon resources as shown in Figure 1.1. A pipeline system can be a single-pipe pipeline system, pipe-in-pipe or bundled system. Normally, the term of subsea flow-lines is used to describe the subsea pipelines carrying oil and gas products from the wellhead to the riser base; the riser is connected to the processing facilities (e.g. a platform or a FPSO). The subsea pipelines from the processing facilities to shore are called export pipelines, while the subsea pipelines from the platform to subsea equipment used to transfer water or chemical inhibiters are called water injection or chemical flow-lines".
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Index : p. 767-809.

Includes bibliographical references.

"Subsea pipelines are used for a number of purposes in the development of subsea hydrocarbon resources as shown in Figure 1.1. A pipeline system can be a single-pipe pipeline system, pipe-in-pipe or bundled system. Normally, the term of subsea flow-lines is used to describe the subsea pipelines carrying oil and gas products from the wellhead to the riser base; the riser is connected to the processing facilities (e.g. a platform or a FPSO). The subsea pipelines from the processing facilities to shore are called export pipelines, while the subsea pipelines from the platform to subsea equipment used to transfer water or chemical inhibiters are called water injection or chemical flow-lines".

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