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Subsea Fundamentals

Familiarization with scope of subsea components and functionality, subsea system design process overview and interfaces with other disciplines. this foundation course provides basic subsea concepts as prerequisite for further courses.


Upon completing this course, students will be able to perform the following:
1. Describe functional requirements of common SURF (Subsea, Umbilicals, Risers,Flowlines) hardware components and configurations.
2. Describe design considerations, troubleshoot subsea control system components
3. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the types of reservoirs, and how reservoir modelling uncertainties impact subsea field architecture.
4. Demonstrate understanding of design drivers for subsea equipment, subsea systems, and interfaces using actual subsea field design data.
5. Demonstrate familiarity with the scope of the various API SC 17 Recommended Practices.
6. Apply design philosophies to new subsea configurations, evaluate options and summarize design considerations for recommended configuration.
7. Demonstrate familiarity with typical subsea materials, corrosion management, seals, and requirements per industry standards
8. Exercise and demonstrate sound and practical engineering judgments involving complex design tradeoffs presented in reality based scenarios, also demonstrate communication skills.
9. Describe and evaluate typical subsea production operations, maintenance activities, and integrity-critical testing and surveillance.


Fee: $1800
Location: Online
Fall 2016 Semester


For more information about this course, please contact Dr. Phaneendra Kondapi at pbkondapi@tamu.edu.


Stock number:SUBSE-FUND-45-082216-1-2-1 Price:$1,800.00

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