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The offshore oil and gas industry uses synthetic fibre ropes across various mission-critical activities where performance and reliability are key concerns.
These include mooring systems, lifting slings, and deepwater deployment and recovery systems for subsea infrastructure. Lifting lines are used for the installation of subsea infrastructure, where the offshore fibre rope performs as an integral part of a lifting appliance and where no function can be seen in isolation.
The integrated system behaviour is also very important in offshore mooring. The RP is intended to serve owners, system integrators, rope manufacturers, manufacturers of load-bearing synthetic yarns and coating, and termination hardware products.
It emphasises the following key aspects:. Although a FID for the project is on hold, Aker Energy has said it is working actively to confirm the feasibility of a phased field development by executing conceptual studies. This content is available to members only. Please sign in or become a member for free. It emphasises the following key aspects: Offshore Fibre Rope should be analysed on the basis of amount of load-bearing material in the cross section, and the characteristics of the material used.
The tension versus stretch behaviour of synthetic rope, which is fundamentally different to that of steel wire rope. The strength and endurance of synthetic rope, which is fundamentally different to the strength and endurance of steel-wire rope on the basis that mechanisms are different.
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