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Heerema Marine Contractors is a contractor headquartered in the Netherlands most notable for operation of three of the largest crane vessels in the offshore industry. Wikipedia.


Peek R.,Royal Dutch Shell | Hilberink A.,Heerema Marine Contractors
International Journal of Solids and Structures | Year: 2013

An analytical bifurcation solution is presented for axisymmetric wrinkling on a lined pipe under axial compression without internal pressure. The internal liner consists of corrosion-resistant alloy (CRA), it is not metallurgically bonded to the carbon steel backing pipe, and it is assumed to be in a snug fit condition: i.e. there is no gap between the liner and the backing pipe, but also no prestress that would lead to a positive contact or gripping pressure between the liner and the backing. The backing is assumed to be much thicker than the liner, so that wrinkling-related deformations of the backing pipe can be neglected. The solution indicates that the incipient wrinkling strain for the snug-fit pipe without any imperfections is the same as the incipient wrinkling strain for a single pipe with (5/3) times the wall thickness of the liner, and the same midsurface diameter, as determined by the solution of Batterman (1965) for the case of small strains, or Peek (2000a) for the case of finite strains. For the case when the liner-pipe friction is included the factor (5/3) increases slightly. A positive contact pressure due to prestress or internal pressure raises the wrinkling strain, whereas imperfections (e.g. at seam or girth welds) reduces it. The snug-fit solution accounts for neither, but nevertheless provides a useful reference wrinkling strain, and can be used to validate numerical solutions, and it gives a bifurcation modeshape and wrinkle length that can be used in numerical models to investigate post-bifurcation behaviour. © 2013 Published by Elsevier Ltd.


Patent
Heerema Marine Contractors | Date: 2013-04-12

A method of manufacturing a Field Joint Coating (FJC) for a pipeline, the method comprising: providing a pipe section to be joined to a similar pipe section or free end of a pipeline, wherein each pipe section is provided with a coating comprising a thermal insulation layer over a length of the pipe section having a protruding section, wherein the end zones of each pipe section are free of thermal insulation, thereby allowing access to the ends of the pipe section and the pipeline to connect the pipe section with the free end of the pipeline, applying an anti-corrosion coating layer on a connection region of the joined ends of the pipe section and the pipeline, heating the protruding section and applying an intermediate coating layer of a thermoplastic material on the anti-corrosion coating layer and the protruding section, applying a thermal insulation layer on the intermediate coating layer.


Patent
Heerema Marine Contractors | Date: 2012-03-30

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Patent
Heerema Marine Contractors | Date: 2013-05-13

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Patent
Heerema Marine Contractors | Date: 2013-08-12

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