Article: Marine Lifting Operations - Planning and Engineering (TheNavalArch)

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by thenavalarch, Aug 9, 2019.

  1. thenavalarch
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    thenavalarch Junior Member

    Hi
    TheNavalArch is pleased to launch an article
    Article: Marine Lifting - Engineering and Planning
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    Rahul Kanotra, consultant Naval Architect, returns to write for TheNavalArch, this time on Marine Lifting Operations. An extract is presented below:

    "
    In general, a marine lifting operation involves lifting of any structure by a crane vessel in the offshore environment. Some of the examples are listed below:
    • The lifting of topsides by crane barges to set-up on Jacket structures.
    • Lift and removal of offshore assets in de-commissioning phase.
    • The lifting of Jackets from transportation barges, to set on the sea bed.
    • The lifting of pipelines, subsea assets, modules, etc. for subsea installations.
    • Transfer of cargo/passenger between vessels.

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    To read the full article, please click on the image above or the link below.

    https://thenavalarch.com/marine-lifting-engineering-and-planning/

    Best wishes,
    Team TheNavalArch
     
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