The design and operation of subsea production systems present some of the most complex engineering challenges faced in the energy industry. Simulation and predictive analytics are critical components to address these challenges.
Multiphysics system simulation approaches enable engineers to rapidly build, assess and configure equipment and production and control systems. High-fidelity simulation approaches bring greater detail, both to guide design decisions and to inform operations and flow assurance challenges, by capturing complex multiphase flows, thermal phenomena, and structural behaviors.
This paper provides examples of how engineers use the digital twin to enable the safe, reliable and efficient design and operation of subsea systems.
Learn how digitalization can help you address the complex challenges of subsea engineering and flow assurance
In this white paper, you will learn how simulation and the digital twin can help you address complex challenges such as:
- Multiphase and multiphysics simulation
- Flow-induced vibration risk quantification
- Erosion prediction and management
- Vortex-induced motion and vibration
- Managing pressure surges in hydraulic systems
- Thermal design and performance
- Hydrate avoidance and thermal design
A comprehensive overview for the subsea system, flow assurance, or production engineers
Are you a subsea system designer, a flow assurance engineer, or someone involved in subsea operations and production? Are you completing studies in the field of subsea engineering? Make sure to update or expand your knowledge and skills by reading this comprehensive white paper.
Learn more about simulation of subsea structures for design and operation: Watch the on-demand webinar
Interested to learn more about predictive analytics for oil & gas operations? Watch also our on-demand webinar: “A predictive analytics-based Digital Twin for oil and gas operations” and discover how Aker Solutions uses simulation-based predictive analytics to build digital twins of submarine systems for production optimization, saving millions of dollars in deferred production.
Explore more solutions for oil and gas performance engineering
Simulation helps predict a wide range of physical behaviors, from structural response and acoustics to heat transfer and fluid mechanics. The Simcenter solutions for oil and gas performance engineering offer the ability to simulate system-wide behavior as well as capture the highest level of detail through its 3D computer-aided engineering (CAE) approaches such as finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Explore the Siemens website to learn more about the broad range of Simcenter solutions for oil and gas performance engineering.