June 13th – 4Subsea presents not one, not two, not three… but four scientific papers at OMAE this year. Want to know more about how the new research can be relevant to your operations? Meet us at OMAE June 25-30th 2017 or contact us directly for more information. Don’t be shy!
1. Artificial Neural Networks
We predict that machine learning, AI and neural networks will be of great importance to our industry, and we are already adapting these technologies in our analyses for loads and fatigue damage on subsea wellheads.
“Learning from Riser Analyses and Predicting Results with Artificial Neural Networks”
Thursday, June 29 10:30 AM – 12:00 AM session
2. New Research Data on Well Performance
Monitoring results from seven well locations in the North Sea and Barents Sea to be presented.
“Observation of Subsea BOP response from Field Measurements and Reflections on Conductor Design Challenges”
Thursday, June 29 08:30 AM – 10:00 AM session
3. Results from Full Scale Testing of Flexible Risers
A presentation of methods used and results obtained from dissection and comprehensive testing of flexibles.
“Full Scale Validation of Axial Carcass Loads in Flexible Pipe Structure from Cyclic Pressure and Temperature”
Tuesday, June 27 10:15 AM – 11:45 AM session
4. A New Approach to Monitoring – Accuracy and Project Examples with Machine Vision
Structural monitoring of offshore structures is widely used in oil and gas. A new and more precise way of measuring is using machine vision. Come and learn how and why.
“Subsea Structural Monitoring with Machine Vision”
Tuesday, June 27 01:15 PM – 02:45 PM session
Want to know more about how this and other new research is being applied today in oil and gas? We’d love to hear from you!