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|Prerequisites for Module|
Normally a UK honours degree or equivalent, in Engineering or a related discipline at class 2.2 or above and proficiency in English language for academic purposes (IELTS minimum score of 6.5 or equivalent).
ENM226 Subsea Technology or 2 years of subsea pipeline engineering experience
This module is not suitable for students following an MSc in Professional Studies programme unless they meet the entry qualifications stipulated in the University Regulations on admission and the prerequisites above.
Aims of Module
This module aims to extend the understanding of and to develop an ability, under supervision, to perform subsea and deepwater pipeline design calculations based on codes and industry guidelines.
Learning Outcomes for Module
On completion of this module, students are expected to be able to:
Indicative Module Content
Route selection, pipeline diameter, thermal design, material selection, design for strength, stability, expansion and buckling, pipeline spans and pipeline protection, lateral buckling, corrosion control, strain based design, protection of subsea pipelines, hydrostatic collapse, anchoring and walking, low cycle fatigue, insulation systems
Indicative Student Workload
|Mode of Delivery|
The module will be delivered as a full time, intensive, short course, by means of lectures, tutorials, and student-centred learning activities over typically 6 days.
Students are supported after the short course by means of open and distance learning using supplementary materials available via the virtual campus.
Learning outcomes covered in this module represent interrelated elements of the module topic. Component 1 are in class tests.
Component 2 is coursework and relates to the preparation of a short report presenting results and may also require use of appropriate technical applications software. The short report output is based around a series of projects, which will require students to plan and then apply taught principals in order to achieve set objectives. Supervision will be available throughout coursework, but the emphasis will be on students to identify missing information and carry out further independent research where necessary.