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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Steels for Sustainable Development
Presentation Title Evaluation of Heavy Gauges 690 MPa-class Offshore Steel Racks Required in Modern Wind Turbine Installation Vessels
Author(s) David Quidort, Anne Higelin, Aurélien Chaize, Sophie Perret, Jean-Christophe Milek
On-Site Speaker (Planned) David Quidort
Abstract Scope Jack-up racks for wind turbine tower installation vessels require stronger teeth to withstand the enhanced wear caused by the higher frequency of up and down operations compared to classical exploration O&G drilling rigs. That is why design of WTIV is upscaled up to 10'' thick racks instead of the standard 7” gauge used for drilling platforms. Offshore structural steel with a nominal yield strength of 690 MPa is the reference material of choice in this application. Maintaining the same material performance while increasing the section is not a simple task. The same or better mechanical properties shall be guaranteed for the whole thickness and the material characteristics in terms of processing and welding must be qualified. This paper will highlight the experimental characterization of 8 and 10'' thick base metal plates the industrially produced by Industeel technological production facility in France. The SAW weld metal properties will be presented too.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

Cyclic Deformation and Strain Localization of Ferrite-pearlite Low Alloy Steel under Low-cycle Fatigue
Development of Evaluation Method of Low Alloy Steel in Hydron Environment Using Concurrent Cathodic Hydrogen Charging
Development of Ultra-high Strength TWIP Steel with Increased Corrosion Resistance
Evaluation of Heavy Gauges 690 MPa-class Offshore Steel Racks Required in Modern Wind Turbine Installation Vessels
Exploring the Impact of N Solubility and Trace Elements on the Creep Properties of P92 Steel
F-3: Suitability of 17-4 PH Stainless Steels as Choice Material for Compression Pumps Used in CCS (Carbon Capture And Storage) Systems
Influence of C and N on Hydrogen Embrittlement in 17Cr-10Ni-6Mn Stable Austenitic Stainless Steel
Low-density, Medium-Mn Steels for Lightweighting: Influence of Al content on Microstructure and Tensile Properties
Maximizing Scrap Recycling by Designing Cu Tolerant Steel Compositions
Mechanical Property Alterations through Hydrogen Trapping by Nanocarbide Dispersions in Steels
Microstructural Engineering of High Mn Duplex Steel to Achieve Low-cost, High-performance Solutions for Hydrogen Storage and Delivery
Probing Hydrogen-assisted Phase Transformations in Austenitic Stainless Steels Using Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
Steel Developments for the Global Energy Transition
The Essence of Mo and Ni Alloying in Steels for Renewable Power Generation
Through Thickness Microstructural Features for Optimum Ductility Performance In High Pressure Gaseous Hydrogen Pipelines

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