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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, September 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-12-05
... to the engineering team in charge of a facility de- sign. The engineering team, however, expects pre- dictions (time, place, magnitude and probability of an event), while most geoscientists can only offer an improved forecast (general statement of future pos- sibilities). Geological interpretation relies upon...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, September 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-12-10
... of this zone is considerably greater than that of standard shallow-water oil and gas site investigations, leading to the generation of extremely large data volumes to manage, interpret and move between partners. This paper outlines the methodologies that Forewind, a consortium of energy companies, is utilising...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, September 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-12-12
... distributed evenly across the site in a rectangu- lar pattern. However, during the concept develop- ment phase, the interpretation of the geophysical survey data revealed localised bedrock cropping out close to the seabed in the southern part of the site. The bedrock was identified as intrusive igneous rock...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, September 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-12-19
... identification of constraints. By working more closely together, engineering geophysicists and environmental scientists can resolve the apparently contradictory interpretations sometimes made from geophysical and environmental datasets collected from the same area. Confidence in survey results would increase...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Integrated Technologies - Present and Future, September 12–14, 2012
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-12-76
... mistakes. This project is an example of an integrated approach to survey design and interpretation. The data was gathered and fed back into the interpretation, eliminating much of the uncertainty and refining the model to mitigate the risks to the level required for pile design and installation...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Confronting New Challenges and Sharing Knowledge, September 11–13, 2007
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-07-033
... Multidisciplinary Approach 3.1 Introduction Geohazard assessment in the offshore oil and gas industry has traditionally been carried out by geophysical interpret- ers as an extension to the assessment of shallow drilling hazards, often with limited appreciation of the relevance of other disciplines. In special...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Confronting New Challenges and Sharing Knowledge, September 11–13, 2007
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-07-097
... areas. It is further suggested that GIS can be used to illustrate the level of confidence in the interpretation. INTRODUCTION The Ross Worms (Sabellaria spinulosa) are widespread and have been identified in the seas around the UK. These filter-feeding polychaete worms construct hard tubes from sand...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Confronting New Challenges and Sharing Knowledge, September 11–13, 2007
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-07-449
... ABSTRACT The mechanical properties of soils can never be established with complete certainty. The uncertainty is due to natural variability of soils, imperfect interpretation models, measurement errors, insufficient data, etc. The selection of soil properties for geotechnical design is often...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics: Confronting New Challenges and Sharing Knowledge, September 11–13, 2007
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-07-547
... in intermediate soils (such as silts) is vital in the interpretation of in situ tests and predicting spudcan foundation behaviour. For pipeline design, consolidation parameters are also important for assessing the extent to which pipeline motions may be considered drained or undrained and the time scale for which...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 'Diversity and Sustainability'; Proceedings of an International Conference, November 26–28, 2002
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-02-045
... consideration interpretation regional study stratagem project svitzer stratagem database seabed project northwest european margin site specific geohazard investigation reservoir characterization specific location seismic data geophysical interpretation stratigraphy european margin...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 'Diversity and Sustainability'; Proceedings of an International Conference, November 26–28, 2002
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-02-285
... Qualzty & Control Thales (Racal) - Ofshore Data Acquzsztzon and Mappzng GMI - Subsurface Geotechnzcal Engineerzng Landmark Graphics - 3 0 Vzsualzzatzon Sojiware IVS (Interactzve Vzsualzsatzon Systems) - 3 0 Vzsualzzatzon Sojiware URS - Earthquake Engzneerzng and Geohazards Interpretation BP Indonesia...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 'Diversity and Sustainability'; Proceedings of an International Conference, November 26–28, 2002
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-02-301
... n g the soil sample testing programme Sample disturbance issues, and reliance of m-situ test results for the interpretation of the ground conditions become even more acute where the soils are gas charged For these matenals, as they are brought to the surface, the change in pressure from their m-situ...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 'Diversity and Sustainability'; Proceedings of an International Conference, November 26–28, 2002
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-02-341
...A CALIBRATED MODEL FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF CONE PENETRATION TESTS (CPTs) IN NORTH SEA QUATERNARY SOILS N. Ramsey, Fugro Ltd, 18 Frogmore Road, Heme1 Hempstead, UK Abstract A crucial component for the successful foundation design of all offshore structures is accurate mterpretation of soil type...
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Paper presented at the Offshore Site Investigation and Geotechnics 'Diversity and Sustainability'; Proceedings of an International Conference, November 26–28, 2002
Paper Number: SUT-OSIG-02-379
... supply depth interval control interpretation SHEAR WAVE VELOCITY INTEGRATED IN OFFSHORE GEOTECHNICAL PRACTICE J. peuchen1, M. R. de ~uijter ' , B ~ o s ~ e r s ~ and R L ~ s s e n ' I Fugro Engzneers BV, Lezdrrchendam, The Netherlands '~akhakn Energy Investment Company, The Netherlandrr Abstract...

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