July 16, 2019
This year’s OMAE conference was a big success, with 880 technical papers presented to attendees from around the world. IntecSea had high visibility at the conference, authoring two papers, giving three presentations, chairing five technical sessions, and co-coordinating the Pipeline, Riser, and Subsea Systems Symposium.
IntecSea authored the following technical papers:
Out-of-Roundness of the TurkStream Project Line Pipe
Ruud Selker1, Ping Liu1, Erich Jurdik2, Jay Chaudhuri2
1. IntecSea, Delft, Netherlands; 2. South Stream Transport B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Effect of Local Model Dynamics on Flexible Riser Tensile Armor Wire Stress Predictions
Gabriel Rombado1, Krassimir Doynov2, Nathan Cooke3, Arya Majed4
1. ExxonMobil Production Company, Spring, TX, USA; 2. ExxonMobil Upstream Integrated
Solutions, Spring, TX, USA; 3. IntecSea, St. John’s, NL, Canada; 4. IntecSea, Houston, TX, USA
Hema Wadhwa gave a technical presentation to the Offshore Technology Symposium on Machine Learning to Predict Mooring Line Tensions.
Sessions in the Pipeline, Riser & Subsea Systems Symposium were chaired by Ping Liu and Ruud Selker. The Pipeline, Riser & Subsea Systems Symposium was co-coordinated by Duane DeGeer, who also gave a presentation to the Outreach engineering students and young professionals at the conference.
Congratulations to those who participated in OMAE 2019. Next year’s conference will be held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and will carry on the tradition of strong IntecSea support and visibility at this world class conference.