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2–5 MAY 2022 » NRG PARK » HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA

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Advances in Offshore Geotechnics

2022 Technical Program

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Advances in Offshore Geotechnics

Monday, 2 May
600
Technical / Poster Session
Significant advances are being made in offshore geotechnics, particularly in the area of foundation design and installation. These advances are driven by the need for innovation, to keep costs competitive, for both hydrocarbon and renewables developments. The session includes study of rock berms for pipeline restraint, prediction of pile installation by vibro driving and its impact on pile capacity, as well as changes to the ISO/API design codes which have been reconciled with the PISA framework. This session will showcase such advances and provide an opportunity to re-evaluate best practices in offshore geotechnics.
Chairperson(s)
Christopher Hadley - Shell Global Solutions
Amir Rahim - NGI Inc.
Sponsoring Societies:
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
  • 1400-1422 31965
    A Test Rig For Jetted Conductors In Soft Clays
    B.B. Fernandes, COPPE-UFRJ; A.V. Silvério Pinheiro, UFRJ; J. Guimarães, MWERT Consultoria, Projetos e Gestão; R. Dias, F.S. Cutrim, Petrobras; C. Gonçalves, Independent consultant; F.A. Danziger, UFRJ
  • 1422-1444 31834
    Pile Driving In Heavily Overconsolidated Clays
    R. Stevens, Fugro USA Marine, Inc.; C. Millan, BHP; U. Gupta, McDermott; G. Park, McDrmott
  • 1444-1506 31976
    Rock Berms As Axial Restraint For Flowlines On Soft Soil: Improving Design Through Centrifuge Modelling
    C. O'Beirne, F. Bransby, C. O'Loughlin, P. Watson, University of Western Australia; M. Banimahd, M. Kuo, M. Vojkovic, R. Zhang, Woodside Energy Ltd.; C. Aubeny, Texas A&M University
  • 1506-1528 31860
    The New ISO/API P-Y Curves In Clays And Their Reconciliation With The PISA Framework
    P. Jeanjean, bp; A. Zakeri, BP America Inc; Y. Zhang, Southeast University; K.H. Andersen, Norwegian Geotechnical Inst.
  • 1528-1550 32013
    Axial Pile Capacity: Correlation Between Impact Driven Piles And Vibro Driven Piles
    G.E. Verbeek, Verbeek Management Services; M. Bielefeld, R. van Dorp, N.N. Moscoso, Allnamics Geotechnical & Pile Testing Experts
  • 1550-1612 31706
    Factors That Affect Pile Driving With A Vibro Hammer
    G.E. Verbeek, Verbeek Management Services; M. Bielefeld, Allnamics; N. Nicolas Moscoso, R. van Dorp, R. van Dorp, Allnamics Geotechnical & Pile Testing Experts
  • 1612-1634 31809
    Using Predicted Dynamic Properties To Perform Seismic Site Response Analyses On A Bay Of Campeche Calcareous Soil Deposit
    V.M. Taboada, Fugro; S.C. Cao, Changzhou University; D. Cruz Roque, Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo; F.A. Flores Lopez, Ingenieros Geotecnistas Mexicanos; P.B. Nabor, Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo; X. Long, Fugro USA Marine Inc.

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