Jee Limited

Subsea power cables

Jee Limited
In London

£1,775
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Typology Course
Level Advanced
Location London
Class hours 14h
Duration 2 Days
  • Course
  • Advanced
  • London
  • 14h
  • Duration:
    2 Days
Description

This technical awareness course details the cycles and phases in the installation of subsea power cables. Explaining various installation methods using surface laying, ploughing and ROV burial, including pull into offshore structures and landfalls.

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London
London, England
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Location
London
London, England
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· What are the objectives of this course?

It helps installation contractors, engineers, project managers and oil and gas practitioners transferring to the offshore wind industry deepen their knowledge of the subject

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What you'll learn on the course

Oil and Gas
Subsea systems
Subsea equipment
Installation
Design
Power Engineering
Subsea controls
Oil Engineering
Engineering
Subsea pipelines

Teachers and trainers (1)

Dave Slee
Dave Slee
Tutor

Course programme

  • Typical project structure
  • Feasibility studies
  • Consenting
  • Environmental impact studies
  • Surveys
  • Route selection
  • Cable production
  • Installation
  • Post-lay activities
  • Case study – Part 1: Overview


Cable routing

  • Selection of route corridor
  • Geophysical survey
  • Route determination
  • Charting
  • Geotechnical survey
  • Burial methods
  • Burial performance prediction
  • Case study – Part 2: Routing


Cable design

  • Cable types for array
  • Export and interconnectors
  • Design qualification
  • Cable performance characteristics
  • Hauling devices and joints
  • Case study – Part 3: Design

Cable installation

  • Pre-installation design and analysis
  • Types of vessel
  • Deck layouts and key installation equipment
  • Surface laying
  • Plough burial
  • ROV burial
  • Other types of burial
  • Rock dumping
  • Case study – Part 4: Installation

Offshore structure connection

  • Cable entry types
  • Entry protection
  • Internal cable management
  • Pull-in analysis
  • Installation equipment and methods
  • Case study – Part 5: Connections

Landfalls

  • Landfall selection
  • Horizontal directional drilled installation process
  • Surface lay and trenched process
  • Landfall joint bay
  • Case study – Part 6: Landfalls

Additional information

For more information, visit www.jee.co.uk

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