Abstract Since the Recommended Practice for Design, Selection, Operation and Maintenance of Marine Drilling Riser Systems (API RP 16Q) was first issued in. API 16Q provides requirements for the design, selection, operation, and maintenance of typical marine riser systems for floating drilling. Find the most up-to-date version of API RP 16Q at Engineering
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Under the auspices of the DeepStar program, substantial work was commissioned in that lead to the drafting of guidelines to address several issues not addressed within the existing RP.
With that evolution comes the need to reassess the way we design and operate such risers to ensure the safety and integrity of drilling risers designed and operated in deepwater environments.
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Log in to your subscription Username. Additional guidelines have been included which relate to operational procedures and riser integrity issues and these are described by the paper.
This first substantial revision of API RP 16Q provides appi offshore industry with an improved recommended practice that has been substantially extended to address issues associated with the design and operation of deepwater marine drilling risers. The deliverables of this work were a set of guidelines and worked examples that provided sufficient detail to supplement the existing text of API RP16Q and 16a additional guidance for deepwater drilling in water depths up to 10,ft.
New Revision of Drilling Riser Recommended Practice (API RP 16Q) – OnePetro
A breakdown of the workscopes associated with the drafting of these guidelines is presented in Figure 1. These guidelines were intended to ‘modernize’ the existing RP and bring it into the current era of ultra-deepwater drilling.
Advanced search Show search help. This paper describes the contents of the revised standard, in terms of the substantive changes from the 1st edition and the significant additions drafted to broaden its applicability to deepwater drilling risers. The work was designed to address several issues associated with the design and operation of deepwater drilling risers that were not explicitly dealt with in the existing text of API RP16Q.
Peer reviewed only Published between: Proceedings of an international conference Subsea Controls and Data Acquisition ‘ Several additions to the existing RP16Q text cover analysis methodology associated with soil structure modelling, coupled analysis, drift-off analysis, weak point analysis and other issues.