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A primer: using GIS to build hydraulic pipeline models

A primer: using GIS to build hydraulic pipeline models

Often the most challenging part of hydraulic modeling is not the mathematics or the analysis of the results, it's the initial preparation of the data.  Frequently a GIS system is the 'system of record' for the starting point of a hydraulic model. ...

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Ageing Equipment items and the Bathtub Curve

Ageing Equipment items and the Bathtub Curve

One challenge that every reliability engineer face throughout their career is the lack of reliable reliability data. This issue “forces” most RAM modellers to utilise failure patterns that remain constant over time – the reason being only one: ...

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WOAD - Invaluable information on accidents

WOAD - Invaluable information on accidents

WOAD is a repository of information on accidents occurring in the offshore oil and gas industry. The initiative to start collecting this information began in the mid-1970s. Information on lessons learned serves as invaluable input to help industry un ...

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New edition - OREDA 2015 handbook

New edition - OREDA 2015 handbook

One of the main reliability data sources for the oil and gas industry now has a new edition – OREDA 2015 handbook. From http://www.oreda.com/ Before using the database, it is useful to know how the handbook has evolved over the years. Oreda pro ...

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Reliability information: where to get?

Reliability information: where to get?

There are a number of sources of reliability information available in the market these days. For instance, the recent release of Maros and Taro provides a refreshed material which include more than 500 pages of information related to reliability. ...

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