Tech Day in Paris Wednesday 16. October 2019.
The Tech Day will cover two themes; erosion during the morning session, and subsea vibration in the afternoon.
You may attend one or both of the sessions. In either case we hope you will join us for lunch.
Risk of erosion caused by sand production results in several challenges. By undertaking a proper analysis during the desigh phase, together with online sand and erosion monitoring during production, it is possible to reduce the risk whilst maintaining optimum performance. Together with partners, we will show how you hav achieve this by means of analysis combined with acoustic instrumentation.
The hidden threat of an equipment failure due to vibration on subsea systems has already resulted in several cases of production stoppages, leaks, and reduced equipment lifetime. By means of screening and/or advanced simulation during design, together with subsea measurement of vibration, this threat can often be removed.
Mr. Rob Swindell from Wood will show how to address this during design stage and on operational facilities, before ClampOn presents monitoring solutions.
Detailed Agenda will be available soon.
Rob Swindell, Vibration Engineer Lead, Wood
Mike Lewis, Global Lead – Computational Fluid Dynamics, Xodus Group
Presenters from ClampOn:
Geir Instanes, Vice President
Kjetil Nysæter, Area Sales Manager
Torbjørn Haugsdal, Service & Support Manager
We hope that you will join us for this great event in Paris, and as always we will let the technology speak for itself and leave the sales and marketing behind!
To register your interest in attending, please contact Tonje Dahl
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ClampOn currently has close to 100 subsea sensors in production for deliveries to new and existing subsea projects world wide.
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