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Proc. ASME. OMAE2020, Volume 2A: Structures, Safety, and Reliability, V02AT02A036, August 3–7, 2020
Paper No: OMAE2020-18608
...Abstract Abstract In this paper fretting fatigue is addressed as a potential design consideration for wellhead connectors. The study of near-edge relative motion for frictional contacts under constant normal load is described using analytical, numerical and asymptotic methods. Based...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2020, Volume 2A: Structures, Safety, and Reliability, V02AT02A039, August 3–7, 2020
Paper No: OMAE2020-18821
...Abstract Abstract The upper end of a subsea wellhead system has an external wellhead hub profile. The standardised H4 profile is widely used. A wellhead connector is latched on the wellhead profile by use of locking devices with a matching internal profile (e.g. clamps, sections and dogs...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2020, Volume 2B: Structures, Safety, and Reliability, V02BT02A035, August 3–7, 2020
Paper No: OMAE2020-18498
...Abstract Abstract Subsea Wellheads are the male part of an 18 3/4” bore connector used for connecting subsea components such as drilling BOP, XT or Workover systems equipped with a female counterpart — a wellhead connector. Subsea wellheads have an external locking profile for engaging...
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Proc. ASME. OMAE2020, Volume 2B: Structures, Safety, and Reliability, V02BT02A037, August 3–7, 2020
Paper No: OMAE2020-19330
...Abstract Abstract Subsea Wellheads are the male part of an 18 3/4” bore connector used for connecting subsea components such as drilling BOP, XT or Workover systems equipped with a female counterpart — a wellhead connector. Subsea wellheads have an external locking profile for engaging...