Estimation of Hydrodynamic Forces during Subsea Lifting
Tormod Bøe DNV Marine Operations 4th December 2012
 
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Content
Brief overview of relevant DNV publications
DNV Rules for Marine Operations, 1996, Pt.2 Ch.5 Lifting Capacity Checks
Simplified Methods for prediction of Hydrodynamic Forces
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 in Splash Zone, DNV-RP-H103 Ch.4
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 in Deepwater, DNV-RP-H103 Ch.5
 
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Relevant DNV Publications
Lifting- and subsea operations :
Specially planned non-routine operations
 
Routine operations
 
DNV Standard for Certification No.2.22 Lifting Appliances October 2011
 
DNV Rules for Planning and Execution of Marine Operations – 1996
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DNV-OS-H101 Marine Operations, General - 2011
’Specially planned, non-routine operations of limited durations, at sea. Marine operations are normally related to temporary phases as e.g. load transfer, transportation and installation.’
 
DNV-OS-E402 Offshore Standard for Diving Systems October 2010 DNV Standard for Certification No. 2.7-3 Portable Offshore Units May 2011
 
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DNV-RP-C205 Environmental Conditions and Environmental Loads, October 2010
DNV-RP-H103 Modelling and Analysis of Marine Operations, April 2011
DNV-OS-E407 Underwater Deployment and Recovery Systems, October 2012
Relevant DNV Publications - Other
Remaning DNV Marine Operation Offshore Standards DNV-OS-H202,H204-H206
Upcoming DNV publications:
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