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Chapter 1: Marine Risers
Chapter 2: Functionality Graded Materials for Marine Risers
Chapter 3: Vortex-Induced Vibration Suppression for Risers
Chapter 4: Advanced Material for Marine Risers
Design of Marine Risers with Functionally Graded Materials focuses on the application and use of marine risers fabricated with functionally graded materials (FGM) in ocean environments. Chapters cover the various types of marine risers available, common problems (corrosion), their fabrication and manufacturing, and their application and use in marine risers. A functionally graded materials mould is then subsequently investigated by various structural and metallurgical examinations to assess its suitability as an alternate material in the marine environment. Several characteristics of the newly developed FGM are compared with other conventional materials to explicitly highlight the superiority of the newly developed FGM.
Further chapters focus on novel design methods, such as VIV suppression systems for risers with detailed experimental investigations carried out on cylinders and a chapter on advanced materials, including titanium and composites and their application and use in the marine environment.
- Covers all types of marine risers, materials, properties and behavior
- Features advances in design for functionally graded materials in marine risers and offshore structures
- Includes new additive manufacturing techniques and the design of vortex induced vibrations in marine risers
Researchers and practicing engineers in offshore, structural, civil, mechanical, and pipeline engineering and materials science
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2020
- 23rd October 2020
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He has over 29 years teaching, research and industrial consultancy experience, in which he has supervised many sponsored research projects and offshore consultancy assignments, both in India and abroad. His active research areas include dynamic analysis and design of offshore structures, Structural health monitoring of ocean structures, Risk and Reliability, Fire resistant design of structures, use of Functionally Graded Materials (FGM) in marine risers, and Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) management in process industries. He was a visiting fellow under invitation from the Ministry of Italian University Research (MiUR) to the University of Naples Federico II for two years. During his stay in Italy, he researched the advanced nonlinear analysis of buildings under earthquake loads and other impact loads with experimental validation on full scaled models. He has authored about 170 research papers in peer-reviewed international journals and refereed conferences organized by professional societies around the world. He has authored fourteen textbooks, which have been published by various publishers of high-international repute. He is an active member of several professional bodies and societies, both in India and abroad.
Professor, Department of Ocean Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
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