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Contents
Section Page
1. Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 8
1.1 Background ................................................................................................................................ 8
1.1.1 General....................................................................................................................................... 8
1.2 Scope of Work ............................................................................................................................ 8
2. Technical Approach ................................................................................................................. 9
2.1 General....................................................................................................................................... 9
2.2 Computer Models ....................................................................................................................... 9
2.3 Software ................................................................................................................................... 10
2.4 Units of Measurement .............................................................................................................. 10
2.5 Environmental Data .................................................................................................................. 11
2.6 In-place Strength Analysis ....................................................................................................... 11
2.6.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 11
2.6.2 Drill Rig ..................................................................................................................................... 11
2.6.3 Soil Modelling ........................................................................................................................... 12
2.6.4 Dynamic Amplification .............................................................................................................. 12
2.6.5 Design Load Case Combinations ............................................................................................ 13
2.6.6 Installation Conditions .............................................................................................................. 16
2.7 Fatigue Analysis ....................................................................................................................... 16
2.7.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 16
2.7.2 Transportation to Espoir Field .................................................................................................. 17
2.7.3 Phases of Operation and Durations ......................................................................................... 17
2.7.4 Linearisation of Soil Springs .................................................................................................... 18
2.7.5 Environmental Data .................................................................................................................. 18
2.7.6 Fatigue S-N Curves .................................................................................................................. 19
2.7.7 Damping ................................................................................................................................... 19
2.7.8 Member Segmentation ............................................................................................................. 19
2.7.9 Selection of Transfer Functions ............................................................................................... 20
3. In Place Strength Analysis Results ...................................................................................... 21
3.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 21
3.2 Code Checks ............................................................................................................................ 21
3.2.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 21
3.2.2 Member Code Checks ............................................................................................................. 21
3.2.3 Joint Code Checks ................................................................................................................... 22
3.2.4 Pile Code Checks ..................................................................................................................... 22
3.3 East & West Espoir .................................................................................................................. 22
3.3.1 Member Code Check Results .................................................................................................. 22
3.3.2 Joint Code Check Results ........................................................................................................ 22
3.3.3 Pile Code Check Results ......................................................................................................... 22
3.4 Review of East & West Espoir Code Check Results ............................................................... 23
3.4.1 Summary .................................................................................................................................. 23
3.4.2 Review of East Espoir Member Checks ................................................................................... 24
3.4.3 Review of East Espoir Joint Checks ........................................................................................ 27
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3.4.4 Review of West Espoir Member Code Check Results ............................................................. 28
3.4.5 Review of West Espoir Joint Checks ....................................................................................... 31
4. Natural Frequency Analysis Results .................................................................................... 38
4.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 38
4.2 Modelling of Al Baraka Drill Rig ............................................................................................... 38
4.3 Analysis Method ....................................................................................................................... 38
4.4 Structural Monitoring and Analysis Model Calibration ............................................................. 38
4.4.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 38
4.4.2 East Espoir ............................................................................................................................... 39
4.5 Natural Frequencies and Mode Shapes .................................................................................. 39
5. In Place Fatigue Analysis Results ........................................................................................ 44
5.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 44
5.2 East Espoir Fatigue Review ..................................................................................................... 45
5.2.1 Legs (Tubular Joints) ............................................................................................................... 46
5.2.2 Joint at +15ft, -123ft and -225ft (Tubular Joints) ...................................................................... 46
5.2.3 Joint at -400ft (Tubular Joints) ................................................................................................. 46
5.2.4 New Joints at +15ft (Tubular Joints) ........................................................................................ 46
5.2.5 Legs B between -123ft and -345ft (Butt Welds) ....................................................................... 46
5.2.6 Internal Framing at -46ft (Butt Welds) ...................................................................................... 46
5.2.7 Vertical Diagonal Braces between -123ft and -225ft (Butt Welds) .......................................... 47
5.3 West Espoir Fatigue Review .................................................................................................... 47
5.3.1 Leg C between 15ft and -46ft (Tubular Joints) ........................................................................ 47
5.3.2 Plan Joints at 15ft (Tubular Joints) .......................................................................................... 47
5.3.3 Plan Joints at -46ft (Tubular Joints) ......................................................................................... 47
5.3.4 Leg B between -225ft and 335ft (Butt Weld) ......................................................................... 47
5.3.5 Leg Joints between -335ft and 395ft (Butt Weld) .................................................................. 47
5.3.6 Leg B, Near Boat Bumper (Tubular Joint)................................................................................ 48
5.4 Tow Fatigue to Espoir Field ..................................................................................................... 48
5.4.1 East Espoir Tow Fatigue .......................................................................................................... 48
5.4.2 West Espoir Transportation Fatigue ........................................................................................ 49
5.4.3 Conclusion ............................................................................................................................... 49
6. Installation & Inplace Local Design Analysis ...................................................................... 54
6.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 54
6.2 Conductor Installation Local Strength Assessment ................................................................. 54
6.3 In-Place Local Strength Assessment ....................................................................................... 54
6.4 East Espoir Installation & In-Place Results .............................................................................. 55
6.5 West Espoir Installation & In-Place Results ............................................................................. 55
7. Conclusions & Recommendations ....................................................................................... 57
8. References .............................................................................................................................. 58


List of Tables
Table 2.1 Analysis Units 10
Table 2.2 - Constants 11
Table 2.3 Drill Rig Data 12
Table 2.4 Load Case Combination Nomenclature 15
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Table 3.1 East & West Espoir Code Check Mitigation Summary 23
Table 3.2 East Espoir Maximum Member Utilisations > 1.00 33
Table 3.3 East Espoir Maximum Joint Utilisations > 1.00 33
Table 3.4 East Espoir Pile Capacity Factors of Safety 33
Table 3.5 West Espoir Maximum Member Utilisations > 1.00 35
Table 3.6 West Espoir Maximum Joint Utilisations > 1.00 35
Table 3.7 West Espoir Pile Capacity Factors of Safety 36
Table 4.1 East Espoir Natural Frequencies and Periods 40
Table 4.2 West Espoir Natural Frequencies and Periods 41
Table 5.1 Fatigue Life Factors of Safety 45
Table 5.2 East Espoir Fatigue Lives Less Than 200 Years 50
Table 5.3 West Espoir Fatigue Lives Less Than 200 Years 51
Table 5.4 East Espoir Fatigue Lives Less Than 200 Years (Including Tow Fatigue) 53
Table 6.1 Installation Local Design Cases (East & West Espoir) 56
Table 6.2 In-Place Design Cases (East & West Espoir) 56

List of Figures
Figure 2.1 East Espoir - Al Baraka Drill Rig Installed 9
Figure 2.2 East & West Espoir GeniE Model Isometric View 10
Figure 2.3 Espoir Drilling Slots 12
Figure 2.4 Environmental Loading Approach Directions 13
Figure 2.5 Platform Orientation Relative to True North 14
Figure 2.6 East Espoir Phases of Operation 18
Figure 2.7 West Espoir Phases of Operation 18
Figure 2.8 Wave Loading Profile (Member Segmentation) 20
Figure 3.1 East Espoir Location of Joint Code Checks with Utilisations > 1.00 34
Figure 3.2 West Espoir Location of Joint Code Checks with Utilisations > 1.00 37
Figure 4.1 East Espoir Mode Shapes 42
Figure 4.2 West Espoir Mode Shapes 43

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Appendices
Appendix A Environmental Loading for Strength Analysis ......................................................... A-1
Appendix B Drilling Rig Footing Load Data ................................................................................... B-5
Appendix C East Espoir Strength Results ................................................................................... C-27
Appendix D West Espoir Strength Results .................................................................................. D-35
Appendix E Local Design Installation & In-Place Results for East Espoir ............................... E-43
Appendix F Local Design Installation & In-Place Results for West Espoir ............................... F-44

List of Tables
No table of figures entries found.
List of Figures
Figure A.1 Wave & Current Loading for 1y Return (Operating) A-2
Figure A.2 Wave & Current Loading for 10y Return A-3
Figure A.3 Wave & Current Loading for 100y Return A-4
FigureB.1 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN) B-6
FigureB.2 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-6
FigureB.3 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN) B-7
FigureB.4 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-7
FigureB.5 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN) B-8
FigureB.6 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-8
FigureB.7 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN) B-9
FigureB.8 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-9
FigureB.9 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN) B-10
FigureB.10 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-10
FigureB.11 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN) B-11
FigureB.12 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-11
FigureB.13 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN) B-12
FigureB.14 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-12
FigureB.16 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-13
FigureB.18 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-14
FigureB.20 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-15
FigureB.21 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN) B-16
FigureB.22 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-16
FigureB.23 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN) B-17
FigureB.24 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-17
FigureB.25 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN) B-18
FigureB.26 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-18
FigureB.27 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN) B-19
FigureB.28 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-19
FigureB.29 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN) B-20
FigureB.30 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-20
FigureB.31 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN) B-21
FigureB.32 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-21
FigureB.33 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN) B-22
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FigureB.34 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-22
FigureB.35 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN) B-23
FigureB.36 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-23
FigureB.37 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN) B-24
FigureB.38 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN) B-24
FigureB.39 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN) B-25
FigureB.40 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN) B-25
FigureB.41 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN) B-26
FigureB.42 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN) B-26
Figure C.1 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Al Baraka Drill Rig C-28
Figure C.2 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Barracuda Drill Rig C-29
Figure C.3 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for BassDrill Alpha Drill Rig C-30
Figure C.4 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Charlie Graves Drill Rig C-31
Figure C.5 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Hawk Drill Rig C-32
Figure C.6 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Rex Drill Rig C-33
Figure C.7 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for T8 Drill Rig C-34
Figure D.1 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Al Baraka Drill Rig D-36
Figure D.2 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Barracuda Drill Rig D-37
Figure D.3 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for BassDrill Alpha Drill Rig D-38
Figure D.4 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Charlie Graves Drill Rig D-39
Figure D.5 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Hawk Drill Rig D-40
Figure D.6 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Rex Drill Rig D-41
Figure D.7 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for T8 Drill Rig D-42

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1. Introduction
1.1 Background
1.1.1 General
The Espoir Field, located in Block CI-26 offshore Cote dIvoire, lies some 25km offshore in a water
depth of around 110-120m and some 60km to the SW of Abidjan.
CNR International (Cote dIvoire) S.A.R.L. (CNR) operate two wellhead platforms in the field: East and
West Espoir. Both platforms are of broadly similar design and are unmanned three legged jackets
with 3 skirt piles, each with 12 conductor slots and 2 deck levels.
Planning is currently underway for the installation of two 36 conductors which will be retrofitted to
both the East & West Espoir platforms.
1.2 Scope of Work
This report presents the strength and fatigue analysis methodology and results for East and West
Espoir which demonstrate the ability of the jacket and topside structures to sustain the additional
loading, from the new retrofit conductors and conductor clamps. The analysis results presented herein
have been used in Atkins detailed design calculations of the conductor guides and clamps [16] [17].
For drilling/workover campaigns the platforms are designed to have a drilling rig skidded on to them,
with drilling being tender assisted. For the purposes of this assessment, the drilling rig with maximum
footing loads will be analysed over the corner well slots for the existing 3 x 4 conductor array and also
the 2 new conductor slots. No assessment of intermediate skidding locations has been considered
within this assessment.
A total of 7 drill rigs have been analysed: Al Baraka, Barracuda, BassDrill Alpha, Charlie Graves,
Searex 10, Seahawk and T-8.
The platforms have been assessed for strength and fatigue in accordance with the guidelines given in
API RP2A WSD [10], AISC [12] and ISO 19902 [11]. The results of this assessment are presented
within this report.
The structural analysis has been performed in accordance with the Atkins Basis of Design document
prepared for this project [19].
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2. Technical Approach
2.1 General
The structural design data and design methodology is given in the Basis of Design document [19]
which is referred to throughout this report.
The East and West platforms are broadly similar in design and layout. Unless stated otherwise, any
discussion refers to both platforms.
2.2 Computer Models
Atkins is CNRs nominated structural integrity consultant and maintains structural computer models of
both East and West Espoir for analysis and integrity management purposes.
Strength and fatigue analyses of both platforms were performed in order to demonstrate the ability the
jacket and topside structures to sustain the additional loading from the new retrofit conductors.
The platforms have been designed to accommodate a tender supported drill rig, with drilling
programmes in excess of 1 year in duration. Previous studies have shown the drill rig loading to be
significant for strength and fatigue. Structural analyses were therefore performed both with and
without the drill rig installed.

Figure 2.1 East Espoir - Al Baraka Drill Rig Installed
The two structural computer models (strength and fatigue) are principally the same, the only
noteworthy differences being the foundation modelling (non-linear spring for the strength model, and
linearised springs for the fatigue model) and the inclusion of a dummy structure to represent the
drilling rig mass at the correct vertical CoG for the fatigue case during drilling.
The two new 36 conductors have been added to the computer models. Lateral supports for the new
conductors have been simulated at the following elevations, based on the results from the conductor
design [16] [17]:
- Production Deck
- +15ft Jacket Level
- -123ft Jacket Level
- -225ft Jacket Level
The results from the conductor analysis [18] demonstrate that it is possible to increase the conductor
span lengths although this does have an adverse impact on fatigue performance (Section 5). Lateral
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supports at -46ft, -345ft (-335ft for West Espoir) jacket levels and at mudline are not required for the
new conductors.
2.3 Software
The SESAM [21] [22] [23] [24] suite of structural analysis software was used for the structural
analyses.
The SACS structural analysis software was used for the original design of both platforms [1] [14].
The computer models were converted from SACS to SESAM GeniE software format and fully verified
by Atkins. This model conversion has been documented in previous studies [7] [8]. The GeniE
computer models were used by Atkins to assess the feasibility of installing the new conductors in
2008/9 [6] [7] [9].


West Espoir GeniE Model East Espoir GeniE Model
Figure 2.2 East & West Espoir GeniE Model Isometric View
2.4 Units of Measurement
The units and physical properties used in the analysis are given in Table 2.1 and Table 2.2.
Item Unit Symbol Comments
Length Metre m
Mass Tonne Te 1Te = 1000kg
Time Second s For structural dynamics
Frequency Hertz Hz
Force Kilonewton kN
Stress kilopascal kPa 1kPa = 10
-3
MPa
Table 2.1 Analysis Units
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Item Symbol Value
Gravitational acceleration g 9.807m/s
2
Steel density
s
7.85Te/m
3

Youngs modulus for steel E 2.1 x 10
8
kN/m
2
Poissons ratio for steel v 0.3
Seawater density
w
1.025Te/m
3

Table 2.2 - Constants
The existing structural drawings for East Espoir use imperial units (ft and in). This report on occasion
refers to items using imperial units. This is done, where appropriate, for clarity.
2.5 Environmental Data
Environmental data for the strength and fatigue analysis is given in the Basis of Design document for
this project [19].
2.6 In-place Strength Analysis
2.6.1 General
The strength analysis was performed for the inplace conditions, with the new 36 conductors added to
the existing computer models. The structure / pile interaction includes non-linear analysis to account
for the foundation properties, which are simulated as non-linear springs.
Both member and joint strength code checks were performed to API-RP2A-WSD [10] / AISC ASD
[12].
2.6.2 Drill Rig
Given the significance of the drill rig loading and the uncertainty over drill rig selection at this stage of
the field development project, it was necessary to consider a range of drill rigs. Following guidance
from CNR, a total of seven drill rigs were selected which are understood to cover the likely range of
loading during drilling operations.
As a minimum, each Drill Rig was simulated over the existing 12 conductor slots (four corner slots 1,
4, 9 and 12) and also the two new conductor slots 13 and 14. Although well slots 1 to 12 have already
been drilled, including these within the load cases allows for skidding the drill rig into position over the
new well slots and also possible future sidetrack operations over the existing slots. This was agreed
with CNR.
The drill rig loads include maximum derrick, substructure, equipment, drill pipe setback, mud tanks
and hook (taken as derrick capacity) loads.
Where data regarding the drill rig components was available, this was used to estimate the rig
reactions on the skid beams for the new slot positions (13 and 14). Otherwise, drill rig reactions for
new slot positions were determined from the Drill Rig reactions for existing slot positions. Plots with
drilling rig reactions and support locations are provided in Appendix B.
The maximum Drill Rig loads are summarised in Table 2.4 below.
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Figure 2.3 Espoir Drilling Slots
The maximum drill rig loads included in the inplace strength analysis are listed in Table 2.3.
Drill Rig Total Weight
(tonnes)
Hook Load
(tonnes)
Supp. Dis. N-S
(m)
Supp. Move with
Slots
Al Baraka 1461.0 430.0 9.754 Yes
SeaRex 1528.0 453.1 9.114 Yes
Charlie Graves 1219.3 340.2 9.754 Yes
Barracuda 1546.0 428.2 12.192 No
SeaDrill T8 1576.3 454.0 9.754 Yes
SeaHawk 1395.3 340.0 9.754 Yes
BassDrill Alpha 1125.0 317.5 9.144 Yes
Table 2.3 Drill Rig Data

2.6.3 Soil Modelling
The pile-soil interaction was created automatically by GeniE and contains non-linear representation of
lateral (p-y), vertical (t-z) and pile end-bearing (q-z) soil springs. Foundation properties were assigned
to the piles and conductors below mudline.
2.6.4 Dynamic Amplification
Dynamic amplification factors (DAFs) were calculated based on the natural frequency analysis results
(Section 4) to apply directly to the wave load cases for the inplace strength analysis. The period of
both the storm and operating waves is quite long, hence the DAFs are small.
Having determined the natural frequencies for the two load conditions, DAFs could then be
calculated. The following relationship was used to calculate these.
) ) 2 ( ) 1 (( / 1
2 2 2
O + O = DAF
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where
n
e e / = O
=structural damping taken as 3% for storm condition and 2% for the
operating condition
The DAF for the storm condition was calculated as 1.02 and 1.05 for the operating case.
2.6.5 Design Load Case Combinations
The following design load combinations were included in the inplace strength analysis and code
checks:
Operating
Dead + Live + 1y Wave + 1y Current + 1y Wind + Drill Rig Loads
Storm
1) Dead + Live + 100y Wave + 10y Current + 10y Wind + Drill Rig Loads
2) Dead + Live + 10y Wave + 100y Current + 10y Wind + Drill Rig Loads
3) Dead + Live + 10y Wave + 10y Current + 100y Wind + Drill Rig Loads
Three design load case combinations for storm conditions have been considered as recommended by
the Metoc report for design purposes [20] based on joint probability of occurrence data, since the
maximum wave height, current speed and wind speed do not occur simultaneously. This is consistent
with previous Atkins reports [6] [7] [8] [9].
Environmental loading from twelve approach directions at 30 sectors was analysed, as shown in
Figure 2.4. The Espoir jackets are triangular in plan and it is necessary to consider wave loading from
at least twelve directions to capture the most onerous overturning moment and base shear conditions.

Figure 2.4 Environmental Loading Approach Directions
For both platforms, Platform North is towards Leg B (from the platform) and True North is 22.5 anti-
clockwise from Leg B (Figure 2.5).
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Figure 2.5 Platform Orientation Relative to True North
All environmental data for Espoir was provided in the Metocean reports for 8 sectors (N, NE, E, SE, S,
SW, W, NW), relative to True North. An approximation was made to simplify assigning directional
environmental data, described as follows:
- True North is 22.5 anti-clockwise from Leg B (Figure 2.5) but this was assumed to be 30,
hence it aligns with the 300 approach direction shown in Figure 2.4. This is a small
approximation given the uncertainties inherent with Metocean predictions.
- Using the above to relate the Metocean data to the twelve wave approach directions, the
approximation has been made that N = 300, NW = 330, W = 30, SW = 60, S = 120, SE =
150, E = 210, NE = 240.
- Data for 0, 90, 180, 270 approach directions is based on the most onerous conditions from
adjacent sectors based on a comparison of base shear and overturning moment for combined
wave and current loading. It was considered too conservative to adopt the worst wave and worst
current from adjacent sectors.
A schematic representation of wave and current loading (1y, 10y and 100y return) by direction are
given in Appendix A.
A total number of 2016 load case combinations were considered during the current strength analysis
(4 design load case combinations, 12 directions, 7 rigs and 6 well slots).
Strength results are reported herein for each Drill Rig separately to facilitate comparison and Drill Rig
selection. Results are presented with the corresponding governing load case combination. The load
case combination names are abbreviated X_R_W_direction and the nomenclature adopted is X for
the environmental loading, R for the Drill Rig W for the well slot number and direction refers to the
environmental loading. An example is given in Table 2.4 below.
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Load Combination Name Description
X_R_W_0 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 0 deg
X_R_W_30 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 30 deg
X_R_W_60 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 60 deg
X_R_W_90 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 90 deg
X_R_W_120 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 120 deg
X_R_W_150 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 150 deg
X_R_W_180 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 180 deg
X_R_W_210 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 210 deg
X_R_W_240 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 240 deg
X_R_W_270 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 270 deg
X_R_W_300 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 300 deg
X_R_W_330 X Storm - R Rig - Well W - 330 deg
Table 2.4 Load Case Combination Nomenclature
Notes-
1) X represents the environmental loading condition and varies as follows:
- O - Operating Storm (1 yr wave + 1 yr current + 1 yr wind )
- S1 - Extreme Storm (100 yr wave + 10 yr current + 10 yr wind)
- S2 - Extreme Storm (10 yr wave + 100 yr current + 10 yr wind)
- S3 - Extreme Storm (10 yr wave + 10 yr current + 100 yr wind)
2) R represents the Drilling rig and varies as follows:
- AB - Al Baraka
- BR - Barracuda
- BS - Bass Drill
- CG - Charlie Graves
- SH - Sea Hawk
- SR - Sea Rex
- T8 - Sea Drill T8
3) W represents the Well slot number and varies as follows
- 1 - Well Slot 1
- 4 - Well Slot 4
- 9 - Well Slot 9
- 12 - Well Slot 12
- 13 - Well Slot 13
- 14 - Well Slot 14

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2.6.6 Installation Conditions
Strength analyses have also been performed for installation conditions, with the conductors partially
installed. The new clamps, guides and supporting framing have been assessed for impact loads
representative of hang-up of the conductor during running (Section 6).
2.7 Fatigue Analysis
2.7.1 General
Previous studies have shown the platforms to be dynamically sensitive and small changes in natural
period can result in large changes in the fatigue performance. The fatigue analysis was run as a
dynamic spectral fatigue analysis as the resulting fatigue damage has been shown to be considerably
more onerous than when analysed statically [3].
The rate of fatigue damage increases significantly when the drill rig is supported by the platform.
There are distinct phases of operation:
- Transportation of jacket from fabrication yard to Espoir field
- First platform installation (no drill rig, no conductors)
- First drilling programme (platform supporting drill rig)
- Normal operation with 12 x 26 OD conductors installed (no drill rig)
- Subsequent drilling programmes with 12 x 26 OD conductors installed (platform supporting drill
rig)
- Drilling programme to install two new 36 OD conductors (platform supporting drill rig)
- Normal operation with 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD conductors installed (no drill rig)
- Any future drilling programmes with 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD conductors installed
There is a different rate of fatigue damage associated with each phase of operation. The above has
been simplified to transportation to the field and four in-place phases of operation for fatigue analysis
purposes:
- Transportation of jacket from fabrication yard to Espoir field
- Drilling with 12 x 26 OD conductors already installed
- Normal operation (no drill rig) with 12 x 26 OD conductors already installed
- Drilling with 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD conductors already installed
- Normal operation (no drill rig) with 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD conductors already installed
In reality the conductors were installed over a period of many years whereas the analysis assumes
the conductors are installed rapidly which is conservative.
At the time of writing, the drill rig to be used for forthcoming drilling programme is uncertain. A number
of possible drill rigs have been considered for the strength analysis. There have been a total of three
previous drilling programmes on the Espoir platforms and the Al Baraka drill rig has been used for all.
As noted above, the Al Baraka drill rig may not be used for drilling the new 36 conductors. Previous
analysis performed by Atkins [3] has shown that the dynamic effect between different drill rigs is
small. It was therefore considered to be reasonable to perform the natural frequency analysis and
subsequent fatigue analysis for a single drill rig, rather than for a range of drill rigs. Owing to the
different phases of operation, each requiring separate analysis, considering more than one drill rig for
fatigue would be unnecessarily complex.
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2.7.2 Transportation to Espoir Field
The East Espoir jacket was fabricated in Louisiana and towed by barge across the Atlantic to the Gulf
of Guinea in December 2000. In 2004 Atkins performed a fatigue analysis of the jacket during the tow
using environmental data supplied by Metoc [3]. The results showed that a group of welds
experienced a large amount of damage during transportation (Section 5).
The West Espoir jacket was fabricated in Sardinia and the tow was across the Mediterranean rather
than the Atlantic. Fatigue damage to the West Espoir jacket during tow is covered in the original
design documentation for West Espoir. This study has not been repeated as part of this current work
scope
One of the findings of the previous analyses for East Espoir was that, due to the differences in the
transport and inplace configurations, the joints that were critical for the operational conditions were
not critical for transport. However, for completeness, transportation fatigue has been considered in the
fatigue discussion in this report (Section 5).
2.7.3 Phases of Operation and Durations
The planned phases and durations of operations are therefore important inputs when calculating
fatigue lives.
CNR provided the following information.
Phase I
East Espoir: 20/04/01 22/09/03
Phase II
East Espoir: 16/01/05 11/04/06
West Espoir: 12/04/06 03/02/08
Phase III
Min Campaign
East Espoir: 01/02/12 01/05/12
West Espoir: 01/07/11 01/02/12
Med Campaign
East Espoir: 01/06/12 01/01/13
West Espoir: 01/07/11 01/06/12
Max Campaign
East Espoir: 01/07/13 01/12/13
West Espoir: 01/07/11 01/07/13
CNR has advised that the projected EOFL for both platforms is 2036. It is noted that the original
design life was 20 years [1] [14].
It is understood from CNR that there is a possible project delay of 6 months which could be added to
the dates given above. It is conservative to assume this development project runs to schedule and
given the uncertainties the above dates have been used unaltered.
The Med campaign is the most onerous for East Espoir and the Max for West Espoir. The
aforementioned campaigns have the longest drilling durations and as previously noted the platforms
are subjected to accelerated fatigue damage when supporting the drill rig.
The drilling durations adopted for both platforms are presented in Figure 2.6 and Figure 2.7 below.
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Figure 2.6 East Espoir Phases of Operation

Figure 2.7 West Espoir Phases of Operation

2.7.4 Linearisation of Soil Springs
To allow linear soil springs to be developed for the fatigue model, the centre of damage wave for the
scatter data provided was determined. An in-house developed spreadsheet was used for this purpose
with the assumption that the fatigue waves for the Espoir site were highly inertial with respect to
loading on the jacket. The centre of damage wave was found to have an Hs of 1.94m and Tz of 7.34s.
Soil springs for this wave case were developed and used for the fatigue analysis.
2.7.5 Environmental Data
2.7.5.1 General
The sea state at the Espoir field, and generally in the West of Africa offshore region, can be
characterised by two distinct seas. Firstly there is the local wind driven sea and secondly there is the
swell waves generated by storms in the South Atlantic. It is not possible to represent this bi-modal
seasate using a single JONSWAP spectrum as was attempted in fatigue analysis performed for the
original design [1].
The original design fatigue analysis used a single JONSWAP wave spectrum with a gamma (peak
enhancement factor) of 3.3. The scatter diagram that this was used indicated that only the swell
waves were being included. This is an important issue because the local sea waves will have higher
frequencies than the swell waves. These high frequency waves will be closer to the natural period of
the platform than the swell waves and hence it is important that they are considered.
An Ochi-Hubble spectrum was used for the fatigue analyses reported herein, consistent with previous
fatigue analyses performed by Atkins for the Espoir platforms [3] [6] [8]. This spectrum is used to
represent bi-modal seas. Ochi-Hubble data is provided in the Basis of Design document for this
project and supplied by Metoc for Atkins 2004 reassessment of East Espoir.
The Cd and Cm values were altered in accordance with API to reflect the inertia dominance of fatigue
waves, as presented in the Basis of Design.
2.7.5.2 Wave Height Selection
A wave steepness of 1:18 has been adopted for the fatigue analysed consistent with previous fatigue
studies [3] [6] [8].
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2.7.6 Fatigue S-N Curves
2.3.4 SN Curves
For tubular joints on the jacket, the T curve for joints in seawater with cathodic protection was used.
For other joint types such as tubular butt joints, the P curve in seawater with cathodic protection was
used together with the appropriate classification factor.
2.3.5 Stress Concentration Factors
For tubular joints on the jacket, Efthymiou parametric equations were used to calculate the SCF
magnitudes at all joints. A 1.5 lower bound cut-off was applied.
For other joint types, a default value of 5.0 was applied for all SCFs. This was then refined if it was
found that joints fatigue lives fell below the required target life. In-house software was used to
calculate SCFs taking geometric properties and misalignment effects into account.
Two joints associated with the launch bracing on leg C2 are internally ring stiffened and have external
grout filled pie sectors welded to them. No account was taken of these in the analysis with normal
Efthymiou SCFs being applied at these joints. It was felt that the effect of the stiffening would result in
a less onerous SCF.
2.7.7 Damping
A viscous damping ratio of = 2% of critical damping has been used in accordance with the guidance
presented in ISO 19902 [11].
The damping has been applied in the form of a structural damping parameter in the direct frequency
analysis method.
The relationship between the structural damping parameter used in the direct stiffness method and
the viscous damping parameter is = 2 . Thus, a structural damping of = 0.04 has been used.
2.7.8 Member Segmentation
When wave loading is applied to a member, it is applied as a linearly varying distributed load. This is
an approximation as in reality the wave loading will vary non-linearly. For low frequency (high period)
waves the approximation is sufficient close, but for high frequency (low period) waves the
approximation can be overly conservative. This is demonstrated in Figure 2.8.
A high degree of segmentation was used in order to accurately model the wave loading.

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Figure 2.8 Wave Loading Profile (Member Segmentation)

2.7.9 Selection of Transfer Functions
The transfer function frequency selection follows the method given in ISO 19902 [11].
The frequencies for the transfer functions were based on multiples of the leg and conductor spacing.
In addition to this the natural frequencies of the structure were included along with some closely
spaced frequencies either side so the true effect of any peaks in the response about the natural
period were accurately modelled.
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3. In Place Strength Analysis Results
3.1 General
The results from the feasibility studies performed by Atkins showed [6] [7] [9] that the East and West
Espoir platforms are generally acceptable for strength, in accordance with the design codes and with
appropriate safety factors, with the addition two new 36 conductors. The strength results showed the
following:
- Base shear increased by approximately 11% with the addition of the two new 36 diameter
conductors.
- The addition of the two new conductors has a small effect on the overall strength code checks.
- Drill rig selection and position are much more significant.
- Linear strength analysis code check results showed a small number of member and joint over
utilisations. For East Espoir, overall system capacity was demonstrated through non-linear
analysis to meet the requirements of API RP2A LRFD [25] for still water and 100y storm
conditions with the most onerous drill rig configuration.
- Some local topsides strengthening may be required, depending on Drill Rig selection, and should
be addressed in detailed design.
- A limited number of drill rigs, environmental loading directions and slot positions were considered
in the original design of both platforms. Consequently, there are some areas which are over
utilised without the addition of the new conductors.
It is noted that the strength analyses performed during the feasibility studies assumed conductor
lateral support to be provided to the new conductors at the Production Deck and all jacket levels. As
discussed in Section 2.2, the results from the conductor analysis demonstrate that it is possible to
increase the conductor span lengths. Lateral supports at -46ft, -345ft (-335ft for West Espoir) jacket
levels and at mudline are not required for the new conductors. The +15ft and -123ft jacket levels in
particular will be subject to greater loads than previously considered.
The strength analysis models have been modified with the planned conductor guide arrangement,
environmental loading and other general model updates as detailed in Section 2.
3.2 Code Checks
3.2.1 General
All strength code check results are presented as utilisations. A utilisation less than or equal to 1.0 is
acceptable, in accordance with the design codes and with appropriate safety factors.
Where utilisations above 1.0 have been obtained, supplementary hand and / or spreadsheet
calculations have been performed where appropriate to better understand the code check failures.
Strengthening concepts have been proposed but have not been designed at this stage as the specific
requirements and the extent of any strengthening is very dependent on drill rig selection.
3.2.2 Member Code Checks
Member strength code checks, including hydrostatic collapse were performed using the SESAM
FRAMEWORK code checking software to API RP2A-WSD [10] for tubulars and AISC ASD [12] for
non-tubular beams and columns.
A 1/3 increase in allowable stresses is permitted in the design codes for extreme environmental
conditions [10]. This increase has been included in the tubular code checks for extreme storm
conditions (S1, S2, S3, ref Table 2.4). For the Espoir platforms, the drill rig is a very significant load
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and governs the design of the topsides members. The basic allowable stresses have therefore been
used in all topsides beam and column code checks, without any increase for storm conditions, as the
topsides are not significantly affected by environmental loading.
3.2.3 Joint Code Checks
Tubular joint code checks were performed to API RP2A-WSD [10]. There are two utilisations are
calculated for each joint, a load based utilisation and a geometry based utilisation. The results
presented show only the largest utilisation.
The geometry based utilisation is semi-empirical check performed in API to ensure that a joint has at
least 50% of the strength of the member. This is a good design check more than anything else, and is
based on geometry alone, not the applied loading. A geometric over-utilisation tends to suggest that
the joint may be the weak point (rather than the member), but does not indicate failure. For
reassessment of existing joints the geometry based utilisation can be ignored [10].
3.2.4 Pile Code Checks
Two utilisations were calculated for each pile and load case combinations. The first was a soil failure
criteria, which measured the capacity of the pile (with a factor of safety of 2.0 as per API RP2A-WSD
[10]) against the pile axial load. The second was a pile yield failure criteria where the yield stress of
the pile (with a factor of safety of 1.67 as per API RP2A) against the maximum stress in the pile. The
results reported are the maximum of the two values.
3.3 East & West Espoir
3.3.1 Member Code Check Results
3.3.1.1 General
Maximum code check results for members, including checks against hydrostatic collapse, are
presented in Table 3.2 (East Espoir) and Table 3.5 (West Espoir). The locations of member over
utilisations are illustrated for each drill rig in Appendix C (East Espoir) and Appendix D (West Espoir).
The code check results show that there are some over utilisations, although the number of over
utilisations varies considerably between drill rigs. The heaviest drill rigs with footing positions most
eccentric to the centre of the platform give the most over utilisations, as expected.
3.3.2 Joint Code Check Results
Maximum joint code checks are shown in Table 3.3 (East Espoir) and Table 3.6 (West Espoir).
All joints satisfy the geometric code check requirements. All joint over utilisations are from the load
capacity code check. There are four jacket joints and four topsides joints which show over utilisations.
The locations of these joints are shown in Figure 3.1 (East Espoir) and Figure 3.2 (West Espoir).
3.3.3 Pile Code Check Results
The pile yield failure criteria consider the yield stress of the pile (with a factor of safety of 1.67 as per
API RP2A [11]) against the maximum stress in the pile. The pile yield failure utilisations are all
reported to be less than 0.5, for all piles and all load cases.
For the foundation capacity criteria, which measure the capacity of the pile against the pile axial load,
the ultimate pile-soil capacity is presented as factors of safety given in Table 3.4 (East Espoir) and
Table 3.7 (West Espoir). In all cases the factors of safety have exceeded minimum requirements (2.0
for operating and 1.5 for storm as per API RP2A WSD [10]) and are acceptable.
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3.4 Review of East & West Espoir Code Check Results
3.4.1 Summary
The element and joint code check for East and West Espoir have been reviewed to assess any over-
utilisations noted from the automatic code checks.
Each over-utilisation is discussed in the section below, but can be broadly fitted into one of five
categories.
- Likely to be acceptable. These are occasions where there is a mitigation in place for the over
utilisation (such as additional stiffening which is not modelled) and it is judged likely that this
would reduce the utilisation to an acceptable level.
- Possibly acceptable with further assessment. These are occasions where there are mitigations
available, but it is not clear that the mitigations would be sufficient to reduce the utilisations to an
acceptable level and as such further assessment is required.
- No mitigation but low utilisation. These are occasions where no mitigation is available, but the
utilisations are sufficient low that strengthening would be uneconomical, and as such the
utilisations are considered acceptable.
- Strengthening required. These are occasions where there is no mitigation available and the
utilisations are high enough to make a case for strengthening.
- Other mitigation. These are occasions where a non-standard mitigation is offered. Further
assessment would be required.
The following table (Table 3.1) presents a summary of the code check mitigations for East and West
Espoir.

Checks Likely Possible Low UF Strengthening Other
East Member Code Checks
Drilling Deck
Skid Beams 9
Members Framing Into Skid Beams 16
Centre of Grid Line 1 2
Framing into Crane Pedestal 1
Production Deck
South Face Beam, Framing into Diagonal Supports 3 1
Miscellaneous Beams Framing into Tubulars 3 1
Production deck framing 3
Topsides Columns 4 2
Jacket
Top of Leg B 1
Bottom Plan Level 2
East Joint Checks
Deck Leg Joints Above Stab-In Cones 3
Joint at Process Deck, Leg A 1
Joints within Transport Bracing, Faces AB and BC 2
West Member Code Checks
Drilling Deck
Skid Beams 13
Members Framing Into Skid Beams 2
Production Deck
Members at South End of Girders A and C 4
Members Framing into Girder C 1
Member Mid-Span of Girder 1 1
Member SouthEast Corner of Deck 1
Topsides Columns 2 1
Topsides Braces
Diagonal Braces to Leg, Row 2 2
Jacket
Top of Leg B 3
West Joint Checks 2
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It can be seen from Table 3.1 that the majority of over-utilisations look likely to be easily resolved
through simple mitigation measures. The remainder require some further assessment, but may well
be resolved without recourse to strengthening. Only a few circumstances exist where strengthening
may be required, but even then mitigation may be possible through an overall structural integrity
approach as presented in ISO 19902 [11].
3.4.2 Review of East Espoir Member Checks
3.4.2.1 Drilling Deck
Skid Beams
There are 9 members over utilised on the drilling deck skid beams. Not all nine occur for the same
drilling rig, but the most onerous occur for the Al-Baraka. Given that any strengthening would only be
designed for the selected rig, only one rig has been considered here, which is the Al-Baraka.
Considering the Al-Baraka, there are 4 over utilised members, 3 are shear failures which occur near
connections to the columns, and one is a bending failure nearer to mid-span. The highest utilised
shear failure was UF=1.18, the bending failure has a utilisation of 1.16.
This member is modelled as 1067mm deep beam. However that depth represents only the depth of
the primary steel. In reality there is actually a skid beam located on top of the support structure that
increases the total depth of the member to 1727mm. This increased depth is expected to be sufficient
to reduce these utilisations to below 1.0 and acceptable.

Members Framing Into Skid Beams
There are 16 over utilised members framing into the skid beams. All 16 are over utilised for the Al-
Baraka, with the other rigs having fewer over utilisations (Charlie Graves is the next most onerous
with 7).
From the drawings it is clear that these joints actually have a number of features that are not
represented in the model, such as offsets to faces of tubular and web and flange plates at the joints.
As an example, element 1008, with a utilisation of 1.87 at the end where it frames into the skid beam,
is dominated by bending. Note that this beam also has a shear utilisation of 1.43.
This is modelled as 1067x12x254x25mm, where as in reality there is actually a star plate at this
connection. No drawings are available of the star plate, but from the available drawings, the star plate
is at least 3 times as wide as the beam itself. This would likely be sufficient to reduce the utilisation of
this beam to acceptable levels.
Other beams would be able to utilisation similar non-modelled features.
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Centre of Grid Line 1
There are two members (899 and 900) on the centre of Grid line 1 where the diagonals frame in (2
vertical and 2 horizontal). Both have minor over utilisations (1.01 and 1.03 in shear).
Both of these are shear failures due to load transfer between the two incoming braces. The over
utilisations are conservative as (a) there is stiffening in the joint not account for in the model and (b)
the beam model representation of this joint gives a conservative view as it does not account properly
for how the loads are actually transferred through the joint.
Given conservatisms in the modelling and the low over utilisations, these elements are considered
acceptable.
Member Framing into Crane Pedestal
Element 919 has a utilisation of 1.17 and frames into the crane pedestal (actually one element
before). This is a shear failure due to an incoming diagonal from underneath. In reality the web is
stiffened at the incoming brace. A more detailed check would we required to confirm that this joint is
adequate, however, given that the over-utilisation is only for the Al-Baraka rig, and that the platform
was designed for this rig, then it is assumed that the detailed checks would prove the joint to be
adequate.
3.4.2.2 Production Deck
South Face Beam, Framing into Diagonal Supports
These are beams that frame into a joint with a wide flange. The wide flange is not modelled, but a
doubling of the available flange width is achievable from the given geometry. This would double the
section modulus, and half the moments, which would have the effect of halving the utilisations for the
elements failing in bending.
The shear over-utilisation is very small (1.01), and while the geometry of the joint suggests no
enhancements are possible, the low level of over-utilisation would suggest that stiffening the joint
would be uneconomical.

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Miscellaneous Beams Framing Into Tubulars

All of these elements are where a beam frames into a tubular. In all cases the following apply.
i) The beams are modelled to the centre of the tubular with no offset. Backing off the moments
would reduce the code check.
ii) There are flange plates on all the intersections which will reduce the bending stress.
Bearing these two points in mind, elements 647,787 and 806 all have low levels of over-utilisation and
as such are deemed acceptable by inspection. Element 621 would require further investigation to
ensure that the measures noted above were sufficient to reduce the utilisation to an acceptable level.
Miscellaneous
Three production deck members form part of the deck framing around the new conductors slots.
These members should be adequately sized as part of the design process.

3.4.2.3 Topsides Columns and Vertical Braces
Note that these members have been checked using API-WSD with a 1/3 allowable increase. The 1/3
increase is not strictly appropriate for these members given that the loading is dominated by the drill
rig.
The members in question are all over-utilised in the operating case. It is possible the storm case will
be slightly worse once the 1/3 increase is removed, but probably not significantly worse as the only
difference between storm and operating is the environmental loads which should not greatly affect
these members.
The elements can be grouped into three actual members
Diagonal Brace on Row 2

Second Diagonal Brace on Row 2

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There is little in the way of justification that can be offered for these members and strengthening may
be required depending on the drill rig selected. However, the over utilisations are reasonable low
(albeit the storm cases are incorrect with the 1/3 increase), and it is suggested that any strengthening
assessment is left until after a rig has been selected and more accurate loading data obtained.
3.4.2.4 Jacket
Top of Leg B (at boat bumper)
Element 403 is at the top of Leg B, near the boat bumper. It has a utilisation of 1.03 for the Al-Baraka
rig (it is below 1.0 for all other rigs).
In the model this element is modelled as a 1219mm x 25.4mm tube, where as the drawings show a
1219mm x 31.75mm.
This is the corrosion allowance. If so, actual wall thickness could be measured and used. This may be
enough to reduce this slight over-utilisation.
If it cannot be reduced by increasing the wall thickness, then the over-utilisation is very small and
stiffening of this member would be uneconomical. Since it is so low it could be judged acceptable by
inspection.
Bottom Plan Level

These very slight over-utilisations are a result of the combined effects of tension and hydrostatic
pressure. The over-utilisations are small and any effort to strengthen them would be uneconomical.
The lower level of plan bracing is relatively redundant and a failure would have little impact on
structural stability. Therefore it is judged that these are OK by inspection.
3.4.3 Review of East Espoir Joint Checks
3.4.3.1 Deck Leg Joints above Stab-In Cones
These are the joints where the vertical diagonal braces from the deck meet the deck leg just above
the stab-in cones.

Each of these joints is ring-stiffened and as such the punching shear checks are irrelevant. A check
however should be performed on the adequacy of the stiffeners for the given load.
It should also be noted that the chord for leg B is modelled as 1219mm x 41.275 mm where as the
drawing gives the dimensions as 1219mm x 44.45mm. Correcting this will provide a small benefit.
3.4.3.2 Joint at Process Deck, Leg A

This joint is stiffened so as before the punching shear checks are irrelevant. Given that the over-
utilisation is small without stiffener, it is likely that is will be acceptable with stiffeners, so no further
checks are required.

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3.4.3.3 Joints within Transport Bracing, Faces AB & BC
These are the same joint at two locations (opposite faces) at elevation -84.318m.

There is no mitigation available for these over-utilisations and the magnitude of the utilisation tends to
preclude accepting them as-is.
However the bracing in the area in question was mostly designed to support the jacket during
transportation and a majority of the braces at this joint not required for the inplace condition. The
critical brace is not integral to overall inplace integrity of the jacket.
It could therefore be argued that any failure of this brace would not affect the overall integrity of the
jacket. A bigger concern would be damage to the chord, which is part of the primary structure.
The best solution would be to remove the brace completely rather than attempt any strengthening.
Further analysis would be required to fully understand the impact of removing the problem brace.
3.4.4 Review of West Espoir Member Code Check Results
3.4.4.1 Drilling Deck
Skid Beams
There are 14 over utilised elements on the drill deck skid beams. However only the support steel work
is modelled (1070mm deep beam) and not the additional skid beam steel work (brings the total depth
to 1730mm).
Taking account of this additional steel work would reduce the bending stress by at least a factor of 2
and the applied shear stress by a factor of at least 1.5, both of which would be sufficient to reduce all
the code checks to acceptable levels.

Members Framing Into Skid Beams
There are two over utilised members framing into the Skid beams.

These two beams are dominated by bending at the end where they are connected to the skid beams.
However there are no end offsets, so these code checks are artificially high. A check should be
performed to determine whether backing off the moments will results in a sufficient reduction to make
the members acceptable.
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3.4.4.2 Production Deck
Members at South End of Girders A&C

These are beam members between an incoming vertical column (from above) and an incoming
vertical diagonal brace (from below). The shear failures are as a result of the load transfer between
these two members.
The drawings indicate that the joints are comprehensively stiffened, and as such the load transfer
mechanism will not be pure shear as indicated in the code checks.
Further checks would be required to ensure that inclusion of the effect of the stiffening would reduce
the utilisation of this member to an acceptable level, although it is judged that this would have a
positive outcome.
Member Framing Into Girder C

This is a member end which frames into girder C at the intersection with a vertical column.
There is already an offset on this member, so there is no additional benefit to be gained there. There
is however an un-modelled star plate at that location, which will provide sufficient additional benefit to
reduce this utilisation to acceptable levels.
Member Mid-Span of Girder 1

This element is situated approximately mid span of girder 1. It its the first element of regular beam
after a stiffened section. Based on the drawings there is nothing simple that can be done to justify this
utilisation.
However, the deck framing which sits above the main deck steelwork is only tied at certain points to
the main steel. Based on the assumption that the framing is continuously connected to the main steel,
the frequency of the connections could be increased in this region, which would allow the main girder
and framing to act as one in this region and potentially reduce the utilisations. However it is not
certain that the framing will have enough spare capacity to reduce the utilisation sufficiently.
Member, South East Corner of Deck

There is nothing that can be offered in the way of mitigation for this member, other than the fact that
the over-utilisation is very small. The utilisations are very similar for all rigs, which tends to suggest
that this is not a function of the chosen drill rig.
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3.4.4.3 Topside Columns

These are columns between the production and drilling decks at the southern face of the topsides.
There are two columns and they are over utilisations on the lower and upper ends.
The lower ends have been modelled incorrectly in that they have a 762ODx25WT section. In reality
the section at the lower end is 762ODx35WT. The additional 10mm wall thickness should be enough
to reduce the utilisations to acceptable levels.
There is no such justification available for the upper sections, but since the over utilisation is small,
strengthening them would seem uneconomical and they could be considered acceptable as-is.
3.4.4.4 Topsides Braces
Diagonal Braces To Leg, Row 2
These two elements are at the end of the brace where it frames into the leg below the deck.

There is no simple justification of these members. No offset has been modelled at the end of 520
where it connects with the leg. Accounting for the offset will reduce the moment a little, but since the
next member along (1501) is also over utilised, this alone will not be sufficient.
In reality this is a continuous member from the drill deck down to the top of jacket. However, the
element has been modelled (as is necessary), with several members. The upper section (between the
drill and production decks) and the lower section (between the production deck and the leg) are
misaligned by approximately 10 degrees. It is likely that this misalignment is responsible for a
proportion of the bending in this lower section.
It is suggested that the model is modified to reflect the correct geometry. They may be sufficient to
reduce the utilisation to acceptable levels.
3.4.4.5 Jacket
Top of Leg B

There is nothing easy that can be done to justify these members.
These three members are in the splash zone and as such have a corrosion allowance of 6mm
applied. As an alternative to strengthening the leg, it is recommended that the leg is inspected and
the actual wall thickness measured. A reduction in the corrosion allowance for 6mm to 3mm would
likely be sufficient to reduce the utilisations to acceptable levels.
However, it should be noted that this leg has been subject to ship impact in the past and any
mechanical damage to the leg could result in a lower axial capacity.
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3.4.5 Review of West Espoir Joint Checks

There are two over utilised joints on West Espoir. These are where the diagonal braces meet the deck
legs on legs A and B.
Since the joints are un-stiffened there is nothing that can be offered in the way of mitigation for these
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Member Location*
All
Rigs
Barracu
da
Bass
Drill
Al
Baraka
Sea Rex
Charlie
Graves
Sea
Hawk
T8
Bm403 Jacket Leg 1.033 0.793 0.46 1.033 0.997 0.929 0.797 0.863
Bm544 Topside Vl. Br. 1.012 0.726 0.403 0.840 1.012 0.994 0.73 0.778
Bm545 Topside Vl. Br. 1.148 0.84 0.356 1.148 1.065 0.911 0.773 0.822
Bm1295 Jacket Hz. Br. 1.041 1.041 0.968 1.016 1.023 0.987 1.010 1.028
Bm1297 Topside Vl. Br. 1.042 1.042 0.974 1.041 1.035 0.994 1.023 1.041
Bm1597 Topside Vl. Br. 1.103 0.798 0.342 1.103 1.01 0.872 0.746 0.794
Bm1610 Topside Vl. Br. 1.011 0.636 0.241 0.355 0.347 0.203 0.935 1.011
Bm1638 Topside Vl. Br. 1.041 0.863 0.414 0.866 1.041 0.942 0.784 0.848
Bm1640 Topside Vl. Br. 1.072 0.935 0.363 1.041 1.072 0.889 0.802 0.867
Bm566 Production Deck 1.173 0.997 1.009 1.151 1.147 1.173 1.047 1.049
Bm593 Production Deck 1.561 1.326 1.249 1.561 1.429 1.392 1.318 1.318
Bm595 Production Deck 1.157 1.154 1.148 1.139 1.157 1.156 1.149 1.147
Bm596 Production Deck 1.015 0.888 0.443 0.768 0.718 0.527 0.944 1.015
Bm621 Production Deck 1.114 0.781 0.57 1.100 1.058 1.114 0.796 0.796
Bm647 Production Deck 1.381 0.913 0.473 1.3801 1.038 0.914 0.797 0.804
Bm787 Production Deck 1.024 0.873 0.743 1.024 0.918 0.869 0.841 0.840
Bm806 Production Deck 1.035 0.751 0.286 1.035 0.808 0.697 0.614 0.622
Bm871 Drilling Deck 1.12 1.120 0.431 0.702 0.528 0.506 0.323 0.346
Bm883 Drilling Deck 1.027 0.606 0.207 1.027 0.697 0.664 0.483 0.486
Bm887 Drilling Deck 1.769 1.054 0.406 1.769 1.208 1.099 0.822 0.830
Bm889 Drilling Deck 1.100 0.661 0.221 1.100 0.748 0.682 0.518 0.520
Bm899 Drilling Deck 1.012 0.655 0.25 1.012 0.677 0.658 0.483 0.483
Bm900 Drilling Deck 1.030 0.689 0.271 1.03 0.701 0.63 0.51 0.513
Bm909 Drilling Deck 1.445 0.804 0.262 1.445 0.960 0.978 0.624 0.624
Bm911 Drilling Deck 1.567 0.878 0.281 1.567 1.045 1.049 0.682 0.681
Bm912 Drilling Deck 1.181 0.459 0.539 1.181 0.597 0.729 0.645 0.712
Bm919 Drilling Deck 1.168 0.676 0.223 1.168 0.780 0.793 0.52 0.521
Bm950 Drilling Deck 1.178 0.684 0.23 1.178 0.800 0.716 0.544 0.544
Bm952 Drilling Deck 1.154 0.670 0.234 1.154 0.777 0.725 0.529 0.528
Bm974 Drilling Deck 1.526 0.910 0.297 1.526 1.037 1.018 0.703 0.705
Bm976 Drilling Deck 1.512 0.891 0.306 1.512 1.019 1.036 0.687 0.688
Bm977 Drilling Deck 1.165 0.893 0.35 1.165 0.796 0.962 0.838 0.901
Bm985 Drilling Deck 1.071 1.071 0.275 0.738 0.951 0.778 0.952 1.025
Bm986 Drilling Deck 1.070 1.070 0.213 0.858 0.967 0.708 0.96 1.032
Bm987 Drilling Deck 1.000 0.834 0.236 0.939 0.881 1.000 0.687 0.761
Bm988 Drilling Deck 1.130 0.823 0.192 1.13 0.889 0.917 0.696 0.77
Bm989 Drilling Deck 1.060 0.805 0.329 0.972 1.06 0.965 0.815 0.894
Bm990 Drilling Deck 1.098 0.824 0.28 1.098 1.063 0.906 0.809 0.888
Bm995 Drilling Deck 1.671 1.053 0.485 1.671 1.268 1.337 0.917 0.939
Bm996 Drilling Deck 1.128 0.678 0.341 1.128 0.821 0.892 0.621 0.635
Bm1007 Drilling Deck 1.370 0.790 0.319 1.37 0.966 1.023 0.68 0.693
Bm1008 Drilling Deck 1.874 1.217 0.536 1.874 1.414 1.335 1.013 1.036
Bm1009 Drilling Deck 1.028 0.691 0.314 1.028 0.801 0.732 0.584 0.600
Bm1123 Drilling Deck 1.007 0.605 0.207 1.007 0.684 0.627 0.469 0.469
Bm1135 Drilling Deck 1.242 0.689 0.276 1.242 0.829 0.843 0.549 0.55
Bm1136 Drilling Deck 1.321 0.739 0.243 1.321 0.883 0.89 0.586 0.587
Bm1671 Drilling Deck 1.175 1.175 0.289 0.636 1.145 0.657 0.92 0.990
Bm1673 Drilling Deck 1.179 1.179 0.228 0.781 1.168 0.612 0.928 0.997
Bm1674 Drilling Deck 1.128 0.821 0.194 1.128 0.915 0.916 0.633 0.681
Bm99991 Drilling Deck 1.018 0.001 0.001 0.904 0.001 1.018 0.001 0.001
Bm99992 Drilling Deck 1.140 0.001 0.001 1.14 0.001 0.925 0.001 0.001
Bm2009 Production Deck 1.061 0.933 0.911 1.061 1.038 1.003 0.97 0.982
Bm2010 Production Deck 1.178 1.091 1.069 1.165 1.178 1.144 1.121 1.134
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Member Location*
All
Rigs
Barracu
da
Bass
Drill
Al
Baraka
Sea Rex
Charlie
Graves
Sea
Hawk
T8
Bm2030 Production Deck 1.014 0.929 0.771 1.014 0.964 0.897 0.91 0.913
Table 3.2 East Espoir Maximum Member Utilisations > 1.00

Joint Location* All
Rigs
Barra
cuda
Bass
Drill
Al
Baraka
Sea
Rex
Charlie
Graves
Sea
Hawk
T8
Jt112 Jacket 1.55 1.54 1.25 1.55 1.51 1.42 1.42 1.48
Jt91 Jacket 1.59 1.50 1.19 1.59 1.52 1.40 1.42 1.49
Jt167 Topside 1.26 1.05 0.55 1.10 1.13 0.77 1.16 1.26
Jt165 Topside 1.23 1.20 0.67 0.83 1.07 0.77 1.13 1.23
Jt166 Topside 1.21 0.88 0.48 1.21 1.04 1.01 0.84 0.91
Jt168 Topside 1.01 0.65 0.22 1.01 0.71 0.56 0.54 0.55
Jt234 Jacket 1.71 1.51 1.40 1.71 1.63 1.56 1.51 1.54
Jt243 Jacket 1.68 1.66 1.66 1.63 1.68 1.68 1.65 1.65
Table 3.3 East Espoir Maximum Joint Utilisations > 1.00


Drill Rig
Pile Capacity Factors of Safety
FoS Comp.
(Operation)
FoS Comp.
(Storm)
FoS Tens.
(Operation)
FoS Tens.
(Storm)
C1 A1 B2 C1 A1 B2 C1 A1 B2 C1 A1 B2
Al Baraka 2.69 2.60 2.76 2.22 2.19 2.32 - - - 22.28 - -
Barracuda 2.57 2.60 2.95 2.16 2.22 2.50 - - - - - -
Bass Drill 3.16 3.18 3.49 2.61 2.63 2.89 7.97 12.72 65.22 4.58 6.25 15.40
Charlie Graves 2.97 2.95 2.99 2.45 2.47 2.52 - - - 38.65 - -
Sea Hawk 2.78 2.69 3.03 2.35 2.29 2.55 - - - - - -
Sea Rex 2.71 2.66 2.83 2.30 2.26 2.41 - - - - - -
T8 2.68 2.58 2.89 2.26 2.21 2.45 - - - - - -
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Figure 3.1 East Espoir Location of Joint Code Checks with Utilisations > 1.00
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Member Location*
All
Rigs
Barracu
da
Bass
Drill
Al
Baraka
Sea
Rex
Charlie
Graves
Sea
Hawk
T8
WTBm190 Jacket Leg 1.117 0.891 0.553 1.117 1.094 1.016 0.904 0.978
WTBm520 Topside Vl. Br. 1.261 0.943 0.441 1.261 1.121 0.967 0.911 0.972
WTBm543 Topside Column 1.203 1.203 0.463 0.574 0.525 0.369 1.027 1.111
WTBm571 Topside Column 1.128 0.993 0.369 0.66 0.543 0.373 1.045 1.128
WTBm997 Topside Hz. Brace 1.106 0.698 0.261 0.993 1.082 1.106 0.538 0.526
WTBm1316 Jacket Leg 1.119 0.893 0.555 1.119 1.096 1.018 0.906 0.98
WTBm1495 Topside Vl. Br. 1.025 0.863 0.46 0.715 0.72 0.51 0.956 1.025
WTBm1501 Topside Vl. Br. 1.174 0.881 0.411 1.174 1.049 0.907 0.853 0.911
WTBm1508 Topside Column 1.036 0.902 0.335 0.367 0.349 0.214 0.956 1.036
WTBm1514 Topside Column 1.039 0.732 0.269 0.419 0.365 0.218 0.961 1.039
WTBm1604 Jacket Leg 1.118 0.893 0.559 1.118 1.098 1.018 0.908 0.981
Bm2030 Drilling Deck 1.084 0.003 0.003 1.084 0.003 0.846 0.003 0.003
WTBm540 Production Deck 1.194 1.194 0.62 0.772 0.78 0.621 1.051 1.128
WTBm542 Production Deck 1.105 1.105 0.519 0.665 0.671 0.514 0.966 1.043
WTBm569 Production Deck 1.216 1.076 0.541 0.924 0.828 0.636 1.134 1.216
WTBm570 Production Deck 1.106 0.963 0.423 0.805 0.7 0.515 1.025 1.106
WTBm593 Production Deck 1.029 0.706 0.675 1.029 0.957 1.008 0.726 0.724
WTBm615 Production Deck 1.338 1.026 0.633 1.338 1.031 0.912 0.848 0.854
WTBm852 Drilling Deck 1.036 1.036 0.392 0.686 0.505 0.509 0.344 0.369
WTBm857 Drilling Deck 1.036 1.036 0.412 0.821 0.514 0.616 0.378 0.402
WTBm860 Drilling Deck 1.067 1.067 0.493 0.826 0.637 0.622 0.814 0.882
WTBm870 Drilling Deck 1.379 0.755 0.361 1.379 0.9 0.857 0.611 0.62
WTBm871 Drilling Deck 1.098 0.656 0.714 1.098 0.622 0.831 0.613 0.672
WTBm893 Drilling Deck 1.25 0.51 0.485 1.25 0.59 0.777 0.601 0.66
WTBm923 Drilling Deck 1.024 0.574 0.598 0.695 1.021 0.739 0.95 1.024
WTBm931 Drilling Deck 1.335 0.761 0.376 1.335 0.891 0.818 0.606 0.595
WTBm956 Drilling Deck 1.01 0.781 0.308 1.01 0.68 0.856 0.689 0.741
WTBm964 Drilling Deck 1.186 1.186 0.295 0.88 1.083 0.938 0.908 0.98
WTBm965 Drilling Deck 1.183 1.183 0.234 1.072 1.082 0.875 0.913 0.983
WTBm967 Drilling Deck 1.073 0.832 0.169 1.073 0.849 0.876 0.61 0.655
WTBm968 Drilling Deck 1.061 0.79 0.289 0.881 1.061 0.873 0.82 0.902
WTBm969 Drilling Deck 1.06 0.796 0.255 0.97 1.06 0.813 0.81 0.893
WTBm1161 Drilling Deck 1.048 0.559 0.459 0.847 1.048 0.692 0.969 1.043
WTBm1375 Production Deck 1.043 1.036 1.031 1.043 1.037 1.038 1.034 1.034
Table 3.5 West Espoir Maximum Member Utilisations > 1.00

Joint Location* All
Rigs
Barra
cuda
Bass
Drill
Al
Baraka
Sea
Rex
Charlie
Graves
Sea
Hawk
T8
Jt702 Topside 1.08 0.91 0.47 0.81 0.87 0.58 0.99 1.07
Jt2000 Topside 1.04 0.86 0.45 1.07 1.01 0.91 0.84 0.91
Jt723 Jacket 1.28 1.17 1.19 1.28 1.18 1.14 1.18 1.20
Table 3.6 West Espoir Maximum Joint Utilisations > 1.00
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Rig Pile
FoS Comp.
(Operation)
FoS Comp.
(Storm)
FoS Tens.
(Operation)
FoS Tens. (Storm)
C1 A1 B2 C1 A1 B2 C1 A1 B2 C1 A1 B2
Al Baraka 2.47 2.29 2.49 2.06 1.95 2.11 - - - 68.97 - -
Barracuda 2.37 2.29 2.63 2.02 1.96 2.26 - - - - - -
Bass Drill 2.86 2.72 3.10 2.39 2.29 2.59 12.46 44.84 - 5.88 10.26 61.63
Charlie Graves 2.70 2.56 2.67 2.26 2.17 2.27 - - - - - -
Sea Hawk 2.56 2.37 2.70 2.17 2.29 2.32 - - - - - -
Sea Rex 2.50 2.34 2.53 2.13 2.01 2.18 - - - - - -
T8 2.46 2.28 2.59 2.10 1.96 2.22 - - - - - -
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Figure 3.2 West Espoir Location of Joint Code Checks with Utilisations > 1.00
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4. Natural Frequency Analysis Results
4.1 General
Natural frequency analyses for both East and West Espoir were performed for the following phases of
operation:
- Drilling with 12 x 26 OD conductors already installed
- Normal operation (no drill rig) with 12 x 26 OD conductors already installed
- Drilling with 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD conductors already installed
- Normal operation (no drill rig) with 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD conductors already installed
The Al Baraka drill rig was simulated for all drilling phases of operation.
For the natural frequency analysis, separate mass computer models of the platform were created
which were generated from the GeniE strength model. All loads were converted to masses and added
masses due to the subsea part of the jacket were calculated.
For the drilling case, a mass pyramid was added to represent the Al Baraka drill rig. The hook load
applied to the derrick was removed as this could not be regarded as a mass for the purposes of
natural frequency calculation.
Having established mass models, calibrated linear foundation springs were created for each model
and the two analyses were run. Linearisation of soil springs as described in Section 2.7.4.
4.2 Modelling of Al Baraka Drill Rig
The mass of the drilling rig was modelled in the correct CoG location and connected back to the
topsides using a frame structure. This frame was modelled in such a way as to ensure that:
- It did not act independently of the main structure.
- It did not provide restraint to, and incorrectly transfer load to, the main structure.
The mass of the drilling rig included full set back mass, but did not include hook load as the hook load
would not particularly affect the dynamic response. The drill rig mass was based on the data sourced
by Atkins and CNR from the drilling contractor in 2004 and is considered to be the most accurate data
available [3].
4.3 Analysis Method
The natural frequency analysis was performed using the subspace iteration method within SESTRA.
The transfer functions were computed using a direct frequency domain solver and so the eigenmodes
were not required. The natural frequencies were, however, used to help determine the frequencies
required for the direct frequency analyses in order to produce transfer functions with good definition of
the dynamic response peaks.
4.4 Structural Monitoring and Analysis Model Calibration
4.4.1 General
Structural Monitoring Systems (SMS) have been fitted to both Espoir platforms to measure the natural
frequency of the platforms.
The natural frequencies calculated from the structural analysis models were compared against the
measured natural frequencies. Any differences between measured and calculated natural frequencies
are due to two factors: mass and stiffness. The computer models have been fully checked against the
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structural drawings, so there is a high degree of confidence that the stiffness of the platforms has
been modelled as accurately as possible. The stiffness of the foundation is more difficult to represent
accurately as there is a degree of uncertainty inherent with any soils modelling. Experience has
shown that the design soil stiffness is often less stiff than the actual measured stiffness.
The requirement to increase the foundation stiffness to match measured response can be attributed
to the following:
- The soil properties are normally taken as lower bound from the scatter in the bore hole data.
- The mudline framing and mud mats generate some lateral resistance, not normally accounted for
in the analysis models.
- The soil stiffness is variable. This is evident in the design lateral soil springs for West Espoir
being approximately 15 times softer than for East Espoir.
4.4.2 East Espoir
Natural frequency measurements were first taken on East Espoir in 2004 during and after the Al
Baraka drilling programme to record the measured natural period of the structure with and without the
drill rig installed. It was concluded that the measured natural frequencies were significantly different to
those predicted by the design analysis computer models [1]. The natural periods were supplied to
Atkins for the dynamic spectral fatigue analysis performed in 2004 [4].
The measured natural frequencies have been shown to be significantly different to those predicted by
the analysis model which was used in the original design [1]. The foundation stiffness in the computer
model was revised by Atkins to achieve the measured frequencies. In order to achieve the measure
natural period it was necessary to increase the soils stiffness by a factor of 5. The method was
described in detail in the 2004 fatigue analysis report by Atkins [3].
A SMS was permanently installed on East Espoir in mid-December 2005 for ongoing monitoring of
natural frequency.
The latest SMS report for East Espoir was prepared in 2008 [13].
4.4.2.1 West Espoir
A structural response measurement system is periodically installed to West Espoir to measure the
lateral and dynamic structural response and platform natural frequencies. Data was last recorded
from the period 5
th
January 2009 to 10
th
February 2009 [14].
For West Espoir it was necessary to fix the foundations at mudline to match the measured natural
frequency.
4.5 Natural Frequencies and Mode Shapes
The natural frequencies and natural periods are given in Table 4.1 (East Espoir) and Table 4.2 (West
Espoir).
The mode shapes for the first three modes (2 x sway and torsion) are shown in Figure 4.1 (East
Espoir) and Figure 4.2 (West Espoir).
Following the modifications to the modelled foundation stiffness, the natural frequency results from
the structural analysis models show reasonably good correlation with the measured SMS data.
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Operating
12 x 26 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction (N/S)
0.545 1.83 0.59 [4]
0.51 [26]
1.70
1.96
2 Sway in Y direction (E/W)
0.511 1.96 0.54 [4]
0.54 [26]
1.85
1.85
3 Torsion Mode 0.780 1.28 0.81 [26] 1.23
Drilling
12 x 26 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction 0.383 2.61 0.36 [4] 2.74
2 Sway in Y direction 0.364 2.74 0.39 [4] 2.58
3 Torsion Mode 0.617 1.62 Data not available
Operating
12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction 0.520 1.92
Data not available 2 Sway in Y direction 0.484 2.07
3 Torsion Mode 0.776 1.29
Drilling
12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction 0.377 2.65
Data not available 2 Sway in Y direction 0.358 2.79
3 Torsion Mode 0.615 1.63
Table 4.1 East Espoir Natural Frequencies and Periods
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Operating
12 x 26 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System [27]
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction (N/S) 0.511 1.96 Av. 0.53 1.90
2 Sway in X direction (E/W) 0.529 1.89 Av. 0.54 1.86
3 Torsion Mode 0.870 1.15 Av. 0.98 1.02
Drilling
12 x 26 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction (N/S) 0.365 2.74
Data not available 2 Sway in Y direction (E/W) 0.371 2.70
3 Torsion Mode 0.704 1.42
Operating
12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction (N/S) 0.497 2.01
Data not available 2 Sway in Y direction (E/W) 0.513 1.95
3 Torsion Mode 0.855 1.17
Drilling
12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors
Structural Analysis Structural Monitoring System
Mode Description Frequency (Hz) Period (s) Frequency (Hz) Period (s)
1 Sway in X direction (N/S) 0.361 2.77
Data not available 2 Sway in Y direction (E/W) 0.367 2.73
3 Torsion Mode 0.701 1.43
Table 4.2 West Espoir Natural Frequencies and Periods

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Operating 12 x 26 OD conductors

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Drilling 12 x 26 OD conductors (with drill rig)

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Operating 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Drilling 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors (with drill rig)

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Figure 4.1 East Espoir Mode Shapes
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Operating 12 x 26 OD conductors

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Drilling 12 x 26 OD conductors (with drill rig)

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Operating 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3

Drilling 12 x 26 OD + 2 x 36 OD Conductors (with drill rig)

Mode 1 Mode 2 Mode 3


Figure 4.2 West Espoir Mode Shapes
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5. In Place Fatigue Analysis Results
5.1 General
Fatigue analyses were performed for both the drilling (with drill rig deployed) and operational phases
(drill rig removed) for 12 x 26 conductors and 12 x 26 + 2 x 36 conductors installed, as described in
Section 2.7.3. Previous analysis has shown the drill rig loading to be significant for the fatigue
assessment since the additional mass associated with the drill rig increases the natural period of the
platform closer to that of fatigue waves, hence increases fatigue damage.
The welds at tubular joints are the most fatigue sensitive areas for offshore platforms due to the high
local stress concentrations. Fatigue life calculations were performed for all primary and secondary
joints. Pile sleeve and zodiac landing joint were excluded from the analysis.
The results of the analysis were then combined taking into account the assumed durations given in
Section 2.7.3.
Fatigue damages were calculated for a unit period (1 year) for each phase of drilling and normal
operation and the fatigue damages combined as follows to calculate a fatigue life:
|
|
.
|

\
| + +
+ + + =
A O
T D T O T D
D O D
d
d d d
D D D Life
14
14 12 12
14 12 12
) ( 1

Where:
Drilling 12 x 26 conductors installed
D
D12
Duration
d
D12A
Damage per year
d
D12T
Total fatigue damage = D
D12D
d
D12A

Normal operating 12 x 26 conductors installed
D
O12
Duration
d
O12A
Damage per year
d
O12T
Total fatigue damage = D
O12D
d
O12A

Drilling 12 x 26 + 2 x 36 conductors installed
D
D14
Duration
d
D14A
Damage per year
d
D14T
Total fatigue damage = D
D14D
d
D14A

Normal operating 12 x 26 + 2 x 36 conductors installed
D
O14
Duration
d
O14A
Damage per year
d
O14T
Total fatigue damage = D
O12D
d
O12A

The above neglects fatigue damage accumulated from the transportation to the Espoir field during the
tow phase. This tow fatigue is discussed in Section 5.4.
The method used for adding the damages from each analysis was a direct addition. This method is
conservative as it does not take into account the critical hotspot location for each analysis, although
the magnitudes are unlikely to change significantly between phases as the loading patterns will be
similar.
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It should be noted that the lives are quoted from platform installation date, rather than the date any
particular item was installed. Therefore a member (added for the new retrofit conductors) with a
quoted fatigue life of 15 years, would actually have a fatigue life of 3.5 years, allowing for the 11.5
years of previous life of the platform before the member was added. This approach offsets the life of
newly installed items with the previous platform life. With this method both existing and newly installed
items have the same start date for ease of comparison.
The original design documentation for both East and West Espoir states a total service life of 20
years. CNR has advised that the project EOFL is now 2036. The service life has increased to 35
years for East Espoir and 31 years for West Espoir.
Safety factors to apply to fatigue lives primarily depend on the failure consequence (i.e. the
components criticality) and in-service inspectability. ISO 19902 recommends that in lieu of more
detailed assessment a factor of safety of 2 is recommended for inspectable and non-failure critical
locations. This factor of safety increases up to 10 for failure critical and / or non-inspectable locations
[11].
The West Espoir fatigue assessment performed as part of the original design adopted the following
factors of safety on fatigue life.
Location
Fatigue Life Safety
Factors
Joint Connections above Splash Zone (In service analysis) 3.0
Joint Connections above Splash Zone (In service analysis) 3.0
Jacket Tubular Connections (Transportation analysis) 2.0
Table 5.1 Fatigue Life Factors of Safety
The above factors of safety are reasonable for the Espoir platforms and give a target inplace fatigue
life of 35 3 = 105y for East Espoir and 31 3 = 91y for West Espoir.
For robustness, all joints with fatigue lives below 200 years have been reviewed.
The calculated fatigue lives presented in the following discussion are based on mean minus two
standard deviation S-N fatigue curves. No further factors of safety have been applied so the
calculated fatigue lives should be compared with the target fatigue lives discussed above.
The fatigue lives have been compared to the 12 x 26 conductor arrangement to understand the
impact of the additional two new 36 conductors. The fatigue review for East and West Espoir broadly
groups the joints into the following four categories.
i) Joints which are subject to additional damage purely due to the additional 36 conductors.
ii) Joints which are subject to additional damage due to the two new 36 conductors, but are also
adversely impacted by the particularly arrangement of conductor supports (i.e. supports omitted
at certain levels).
iii) Joints on new conductor support steelwork that should have their design revised to provide better
fatigue performance.
iv) Joint which had low lives (below 200 years) previously, but which have not changed significantly
due to the introduction of the new 36 conductors.
The critical joints, and which category they fall into, are shown in the following tables and discussed
further for each platform in turn in the following sections.
5.2 East Espoir Fatigue Review
Fatigue lives less than 200 years are presented in Table 5.2.
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5.2.1 Legs (Tubular Joints)
There are 6 legs joints (12 member ends) with fatigue lives below 200 years. These joints are the
main nodes at plan levels +15ft, -46ft and -123ft. Fatigue lives for some of these joints were already
low in the 12 x 26 conductor case, but a few has decreased significantly between the 12 and 14
conductor cases.
There is no conductor bracing at the -46ft level, which means increased loading at the +15ft and
-123ft, and, more importantly, increased load transfer from the +15 to the -123m levels. It is this
increased load transfer that would seem to be the cause of the reduced fatigue lives. Joints at these
plan levels that do not form part of the lateral bracing do not show significant decreased lives.
5.2.2 Joint at +15ft, -123ft and -225ft (Tubular Joints)
These joints are all on the horizontal members of the plan jacket face bracing, generally where the
conductor guide support steelwork frames in. These three levels are where the new conductors are
supported. The new conductors are not supported at every level, just these ones, unlike the original
conductors which are supported at all elevations. The increased loading at these levels is
undoubtedly the reason for the significant decreases in life at these joints.
5.2.3 Joint at -400ft (Tubular Joints)
This is the level closet to the seabed, and the joints in question are internal plan framing on or around
the attachment of the existing conductors to the jacket. The new conductors are not connected at this
level.
Three of the four joints show significant decreases, with the remaining one being a small decrease in
an already low life.
Although soil springs are used, the soil effectively represents a boundary condition and the conductor
will be subject to a differential displacement between the jacket and the soils which will be reacted in
the lowest plan level.
The two extra conductors will increase overall jacket displacements, which will increase the forces
due to differential displacements, which will give a corresponding reduction in fatigue life.
In this case, the soils are very stiff (to match the natural frequency), which will exacerbate the
problem. It is possible that the top layer is actually softer than modelled and that a detailed review of
the soils modelling could reduce the issues somewhat.
5.2.4 New Joints at +15ft (Tubular Joints)
These two joints (and three corresponding braces) at the +15ft level are part of the new support
steelwork for the two new conductors. It is suggested that these joints are redesigned to provide a
more acceptable fatigue life.
5.2.5 Legs B between -123ft and -345ft (Butt Welds)
There are 6 butt welds between these two elevations on leg B which have low fatigue lives. Four of
the joints have significant reductions and two are small reductions on already low lives.
The increased damage on these leg is probably not significantly affected by the reduce conductor
supports arrangement and the reduced fatigue lives are purely as a results of adding two new
conductors and the associated drilling campaign.
5.2.6 Internal Framing at -46ft (Butt Welds)
These two welds are on members which are part of the internal framing at -46ft. They are located
near to an area where guide framing for the new conductors is clamped. The guides at -46ft will be
carrying more load as a result of the reduced conductor framing and this is a factor in these reduced
lives.
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5.2.7 Vertical Diagonal Braces between -123ft and -225ft (Butt Welds)
There are 4 butt welds (3 on face AB and 1 on face AC) on the vertical diagonal bracing between
elevations -123ft and -225ft which show significant reductions in fatigue life. The conductors are
guided at both these level, so the reduced guide arrangement is unlikely to have significant impact on
these joints and the reduced fatigue lives are purely as a results of adding two new conductors and
the associated drilling campaign.
5.3 West Espoir Fatigue Review
Fatigue lives less than 200 years are presented in Table 5.3.
5.3.1 Leg C between 15ft and -46ft (Tubular Joints)
This is a single tubular joint where two appurtenance stubs join the leg. The fatigue life has not
changed significantly between the 12 and 14 conductor cases. The life is around 180 years in either
case, and is not considered further.
5.3.2 Plan Joints at 15ft (Tubular Joints)
There are 8 joints on the outer face on the plan level at 15ft. These are joints where the conductor
framing connects to the outer face bracing. There are significant reductions in life at these joints. The
new conductors are supported at the 15ft and -123ft elevations, but not the -46ft elevation. This
reduced support arrangement is undoubtedly a factor in these reduced lives as the 15t elevation will
be required to carry a larger load to compensate for the lack of support at -46ft.
5.3.3 Plan Joints at -46ft (Tubular Joints)
There are 4 joints at plan level -46ft, which have low fatigue lives. Three are where the conductor
guide framing connections to the face bracing, and one is where the face bracing connections into the
main legs (TJNT180).
Whilst the fatigue lives here have reduced as a result of the new conductors, the reduction is
moderate.
It should be noted that the new conductors are not supported at this level, so they are not loading this
level directly. Although increased overall displacement of the jacket (due to the additional conductors),
which will to some degree be resisted by the conductors, will increase fatigue damage at these
locations.
5.3.4 Leg B between -225ft and 335ft (Butt Weld)
There is a single butt weld on this leg with a low fatigue life. This is just below a tubular joint where
transport bracing frames into the leg. It is likely that the transport bracing is carrying some of the
lateral loads (which are increase by the new conductors) into the leg.
The life is just on the 200 year threshold, so no further action is required. If this location proves to be
problematic, then a possible solution would be to remove the transport bracing, though this is not
recommended at the moment.
5.3.5 Leg Joints between -335ft and 395ft (Butt Weld)
There are 5 joints on leg B and one on each of legs A and C. Just below these welds is the top of the
pile sleeves. At this elevation not all of lateral load is transferred though bracing, some going through
the legs, and it is this effect that causes the increased loading from the conductors to effect the legs
here.
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5.3.6 Leg B, Near Boat Bumper (Tubular Joint)
This joint, which is where a boat bumper support member frames into leg B, has a low life regardless
of the number of conductors. The low life is more a function of the geometry of the connection rather
than the loading.
5.4 Tow Fatigue to Espoir Field
Fatigue during transportation to the Espoir field was not included in the current analysis as previous
work for East Espoir (believed to be most critical) had indicated there was little overlap between the
set of welds that were critical during the tow phase and the set of welds that were critical during the
operating and drilling phase.
In order to confirm this assumption a study of the most critical joints (in both the tow and operating
phases) was conducted on both the East and West platforms.
5.4.1 East Espoir Tow Fatigue
An initial study that was limited to the 10 worst joints for operating fatigue and the 10 worst for tow
fatigue was inconclusive so a study was carried out that assessed the combined fatigue for the vast
majority of the joints on the platform. The table below presents all fatigue lives below 200 years,
including tow damage, for both the 12 x 26 and 14 conductor configurations.
The joints are categorised into groups, these are:
i) Welds that fail during the tow,
ii) Welds which are below 200 years but were above 200 years prior to the tow fatigue being added,
but have small tow damages (i.e. welds that were only marginally above 200 years prior to the
tow fatigue being added).
iii) Joints which are below 200 years but were above 200 years prior to the tow fatigue being added
and have significant tow damages (i.e. welds that were significantly above 200 years prior to tow
being added).
iv) Joints with no significant tow damage.
v) New joints not present during the previous tow analysis.
Joints that are either category 4 or 5 are not discussed again as there is little change to these joints
when tow fatigue is included so the statements in the fatigue review for East Espoir (Section 5.2) are
remain valid and correct.
5.4.1.1 Category 1 on Legs
The category 1 joints on the legs are both on leg A. These joints did not fail during the tow as was
predicted by the fatigue analysis. However they should be monitored closely as it is not known how
much damage they did accumulate during the tow.
5.4.1.2 Category 2 on Legs
These joints are all main nodes at plan elevation of -46 ft. The inclusion of tow damage in the fatigue
assessment brings the lives of these joints close to 200 years with the 12 conductor configuration.
The extra conductors are not supported at this elevation but the small amount of addition damage the
new conductors adds at these two joints enough to bring the fatigue lives below 200 years.
5.4.1.3 Category 3 on Legs
JT43 is close to the conductor frame at -123 ft elevation. The significant decrease in the fatigue life for
this joint is due to the increased loading in the conductor framing after the installation of the 2 new
conductors.
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JT42 is the main node on leg B at elevation -225 ft. This is the lowest elevation at which the new
conductors are supported and this node provides one route for the load in the conductors to reach the
piles at the mudline.
5.4.1.4 Category 3 on Plan at -225 ft
This joint shows a significant drop in fatigue life for the extra conductor configuration. This is due to
the fact that this joint is very close to the conductor framing on an elevation at which the new
conductors are connected.
5.4.2 West Espoir Transportation Fatigue
West Espoir was assessed previously for transportation fatigue by Saipem in the original design
however only tubular joints were considered. Also, joints to secondary items such as boat bumpers
were not assessed. Using the available information it was found that the joints with the lowest
operating fatigue lives were not affected by the inclusion of the transportation fatigue.
The joints with the ten worst transportation fatigue lives all have very long operating fatigue lives
(>1500 years). Including the transportation fatigue significantly reduced the overall fatigue lives,
however even with the addition all of the joints have overall fatigue lives longer than 280 years.
5.4.3 Conclusion
On West Espoir the inclusion of the transport damage on the most critical joints resulted in very little
impact on the overall lowest fatigue lives. This is consistent with the available information which
suggests that the West Espoir tow was in a fairly benign environment. It is possible from the sample
of critical welds investigated to make this conclusion for the entire jacket structure.
On East Espoir the tow fatigue damage is greater, which is again consistent with the available
information which suggests the East Espoir jacket was subject to more onerous environmental
loading during tow. It was necessary to investigate a large set of welds until sufficient confidence
could be gained to draw conclusions about the entire structure. The results of the study indicated that
while a small number of joints are impacted by both tow and operational fatigue, the majority of the
welds have the majority of their damage from only one of the actions. A sufficient number of welds
were investigated such that the revised list of fatigue lives (including tow) is complete for all welds
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Area Joint Brace Chord
Scenario
Category
12 Only 12+14
LEGS
JT43 BM311 BM317 187 84 2
JT46 BM303 BM306 82 22 2
JT46 BM304 BM306 141 48 2
JT46 BM302 BM306 159 72 2
JT56 BM375 BM377 62 75 2
JT56 BM1513 BM377 137 129 2
JT66 BM1511 BM367 49 36 2
JT66 BM1526 BM367 62 45 2
JT67 BM1558 BM1568 61 51 2
JT72 BM424 BM1549 30 19 2
JT72 BM1556 BM1549 69 53 2
JT72 BM1564 BM1549 98 88 2
Plan at -123ft
JT47 BM323 BM1484 65 16 2
JT48 BM321 BM1483 74 17 2
JT49 BM288 BM1493 31 14 2
JT50 BM291 BM290 27 14 2
Plan at +15ft
JT73 BM439 BM1582 165 72 2
JT75 BM454 BM410 77 13 2
JT79 BM408 BM407 80 13 2
Plan at -225ft JT37 BM193 BM211 117 66 2
Plan at -400ft
JT119 BM105 BM72 59 36 1
JT122 BM41 BM1318 111 60 1
JT401 BM65 BM1291 89 46 1
JT8 BM58 BM35 14 13 4
New Joints
at +15ft
STJT008 BM1909 BM1986 N/A 76 3
STJT009 BM1847 BM1848 N/A 19 3
STJT009 BM1980 BM1848 N/A 20 3
Leg B
Butt Welds
WJT039 BM1415 120 59 1
WJT040 BM1413 40 23 1
WJT041 BM1719 42 24 1
WJT045 BM1826 141 68 1
WJT042 BM1719 10 10 4
WJT044 BM1826 16 13 4
Framing
at -46ft
WJT129 BM309 189 19 2
WJT130 BM1278 164 18 2
Face Bracing
Between
-123ft and -225ft
WJT408 BM1520 159 78 1
WJT429 BM1500 86 44 1
WJT631 BM1731 192 91 1
WJT635 BM1499 79 42 1
Table 5.2 East Espoir Fatigue Lives Less Than 200 Years
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Area Joint Brace Chord
Scenario
Category
12 Only 12+14
Leg C Between
15ft and -46ft
TJNT022 BM1734 BM1866 182 182 4
Plan at -46ft
TJNT166 WTBM1269 WTBM1274 143 117 1
TJNT180 WTBM4 WTBM1455 226 159 1
TJNT185 WTBM1268 WTBM1260 209 156 1
TJNT188 WTBM1272 WTBM1263 127 98 1
Plan at 15ft
TJNT196 WTBM34 WTBM11 228 11 2
TJNT197 WTBM36 WTBM57 233 10 2
TJNT202 WTBM271 WTBM30 1140 185 2
TJNT203 WTBM272 WTBM31 1290 178 2
TJNT210 WTBM276 WTBM152 1447 124 2
TJNT211 WTBM154 WTBM12 8196 24 2
TJNT216 WTBM158 WTBM54 6944 31 2
TJNT218 WTBM292 WTBM57 483 99 2
Leg A Between
-335ft and -395ft
WJNT043 WTBM1435 BM1735 135 90 1
Leg B Between
-225ft and -335ft
WJNT032 WTBM1447 404 200 1
Leg B Between
-335ft and -395ft
WJNT039 WTBM1443 306 151 1
WJNT040 WTBM1443 BM210 97 48 1
WJNT040 WTBM187 BM210 367 180 1
WJNT049 WTBM1445 BM1732 350 173 1
Leg C Between
-335ft and -
395ft
WJNT037 WTBM1474 BM1459 225 155 1
Leg B
Near Boat
Bumper
WTJT600 WTBM403 WTBM1604 0.2 0.2 4
WTJT600 WTBM404 WTBM1604 0.3 0.3 4
WTJT600 WTBM404 WTBM1604 0.3 0.3 4
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Area Joint Brace Chord
Scenario
Category
12 Only 12+14
LEGS
JT35 BM232 BM1381 0.017 0.017 1
JT42 BM238 BM240 444 186 3
JT43 BM311 BM317 184 82 4
JT43 BM312 BM317 3121 110 3
JT46 BM303 BM306 0.02 0.02 1
JT46 BM304 BM306 68 28 4
JT46 BM302 BM306 152 69 4
JT56 BM375 BM377 62 75 4
JT56 BM1513 BM377 136 127 4
JT59 BM363 BM1509 227 184 2
JT66 BM1253 BM367 264 168 2
JT66 BM1511 BM367 48 35 4
JT66 BM1526 BM367 61 44 4
JT66 BM199099 BM367 254 169 2
JT67 BM1558 BM1568 61 51 4
JT72 BM424 BM1549 30 19 4
JT72 BM1556 BM1549 69 53 4
JT72 BM1564 BM1549 98 88 4
Plan at -123ft
JT47 BM323 BM1484 48 15 4
JT48 BM321 BM1483 57 16 4
JT49 BM288 BM1493 28 14 4
JT50 BM291 BM290 25 14 4
Plan at +15ft
JT73 BM439 BM1582 165 72 4
JT75 BM454 BM410 77 13 4
JT79 BM408 BM407 80 13 4
Plan at -225ft
JT37 BM193 BM211 96 55 4
JT40 BM221 BM1423 195 48 3
Plan at -400ft
JT119 BM105 BM72 59 36 4
JT122 BM41 BM1318 111 60 4
JT401 BM65 BM1291 88 45 4
JT8 BM58 BM35 14 13 4
New Joints
at +15ft
STJT008 BM1909 BM1986 N/A 76 5
STJT009 BM1847 BM1848 N/A 19 5
STJT009 BM1980 BM1848 N/A 20 5
Leg B
Butt Welds
WJT039 BM1415 120 59 4
WJT040 BM1413 40 23 4
WJT041 BM1719 42 24 4
WJT045 BM1826 141 68 4
WJT042 BM1719 10 10 4
WJT044 BM1826 16 13 4
Framing
at -46ft
WJT129 BM309 173 19 4
WJT130 BM1278 141 17 4
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Face Bracing
Between
-123ft and -225ft
WJT408 BM1520 155 76 4
WJT429 BM1500 79 41 4
WJT631 BM1731 187 88 4
WJT635 BM1499 72 39 4
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6. Installation & Inplace Local Design Analysis
6.1 General
The global structural analysis computer models of East and West Espoir were used to assess the
local strength of the clamps, guides and supporting framing, and topsides modifications. Installation
and in-place conditions were analysed. The results were used in the detailed design of the guides and
topside modifications and presented in the design reports prepared for this project [16] [17].
Modifications to the existing decks of both platforms are necessary to facilitate the installation of the
new conductors. This includes cutting existing steel members. Where necessary, steelwork has been
introduced to aid in the redistribution of loads.
The 8 5/8 diagonal bracing members coincident with the proposed new conductors are proposed to
be removed and the results of the analysis demonstrated that they did not need to be reinstated for
the in-place conditions. A reassessment of the platform before decommissioning would be required to
ensure that the platform can be lifted without these diagonal members.
The structural analysis models were updated to include the proposed modifications to the decks and
the jacket. Strength analyses were performed to assess the revised utilisations of the existing
members. It is noted that the structural analysis models of both platforms used for the strength
(Section 3), natural frequency ((Section 4) and fatigue (Section 5) analyses all include the proposed
modifications.
Conductor guide reactions (for the new 36 conductors, not the existing 26) were supplied from the
conductor analysis [18] for this project and incorporated as point loads at each guide level where
appropriate. The conductor analysis [18] is a dynamic non-linear assessment, including intermittent
conductor / guide contact, and therefore provides a more accurate prediction of the guide reactions
than would be calculated directly from the global jacket analysis model. The guide reactions
calculated from the jacket analysis model are sufficiently accurate for global design. However, the
conductor reactions are more appropriate for the local design of the proposed modifications.
Omni-directional conductor guide reactions were adopted which is conservative.
In accordance with API RP 2A-WSD [25] recommendations, a 1/3 increase in allowable stress has
been included in the design of the members under load combinations primarily consisting of extreme
environmental loads. i.e. load cases including conductor guide reactions.
6.2 Conductor Installation Local Strength Assessment
A downward vertical load of 150kN (approx 15 tonnes) was calculated as a representative value to
use for conductor impact load during installation [16] [17], based on the weight of two 40ft long
conductor joints. It will be necessary to minimise the magnitude of the vertical impact load by ensuring
controlled installation of the conductors.
The installation cases consider one of the retrofit 36 conductors to be fully installed (slot 13) and one
36 conductor to be only partially installed (slot 14). No marine growth was modelled on the new
conductors.
The drill rig loads have been excluded from the installation strength assessment as it is understood
from CNR that the drill rig will not be present during conductor installation.
Four installation cases were analysed for both platforms, as described in Table 6.1.
6.3 In-Place Local Strength Assessment
Environmental loading from twelve approach directions at 30 sectors was analysed for the local
design in-place strength assessment, adopting the load case combinations given in Section 2.6.5.
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Only one drill rig was analysed for the in-place local strength analysis. The T8 drill rig was selected
since it is the heaviest and one of the most onerous drill rigs for the topsides and jacket.
Four in-place load cases were analysed for both platforms, as described in Table 6.2.
6.4 East Espoir Installation & In-Place Results
Member utilisations for the East Espoir jacket structure for the installation and in-place strength
assessment are presented in Appendix E.
For the In-place condition, all utilisation are below 1.0 and acceptable except for member Bm319.
This is the member that is being clamped to at EL(-)123ft, and it is proposed to grout fill this member
as part of the conductor retrofit works. The revised member utilisation, with the grout taken into
account, is presented in the Design Report [16], and is reported to be below 1.0 and acceptable.
For the installation condition, all member utilisations are shown to be below 1.0, for the 15 tonne
impact case. It will be necessary to minimise the magnitude of the vertical impact load, such that it
does not exceed 15 tonnes, by ensuring controlled installation of the conductors.
6.5 West Espoir Installation & In-Place Results
Member utilisations for the West Espoir jacket structure for the installation and in-place strength
assessment are presented in Appendix F.
For the In-place condition, all utilisation are below 1.0 and acceptable.
For the installation condition, all member utilisations are shown to be below 1.0, for the 15 tonne
impact case. It will be necessary to minimise the magnitude of the vertical impact load, such that it
does not exceed 15 tonnes, by ensuring controlled installation of the conductors.


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Load
Case
Wave Current Wind
Vertical
Impact
Force
Description
1 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year Yes
- One new 36 conductor fully installed
- The other new 36 conductor partially installed
to the Production Deck level.
- Vertical downward force (125kN) applied at
the new conductor guide at Production Deck
level.
2 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year Yes
- One new 36 conductor fully installed
- The other new 36 conductor partially installed
to the +15ft jacket level.
- Vertical downward force (150kN) applied at
the new conductor guide at the +15ft jacket
level.
3 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year Yes
- One new 36 conductor fully installed
- The other new 36 conductor partially installed
to the -123ft jacket level.
- Vertical downward force (150kN) applied at
the new conductor guide at -123ft jacket level.
4 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year Yes
- One new conductor fully installed
- The other new 36 conductor partially installed
to the -225ft jacket level.
- Vertical downward force (150kN) applied at
the new conductor guide at -225ft jacket level.
Table 6.1 Installation Local Design Cases (East & West Espoir)

Load
Case
Wave Current Wind
Drill Rig
Loads
Description
5 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year Yes
- New 36 conductors both fully installed
- Drill rig simulated over slots 1, 4, 9, 12, 13 &
14
6 100 Year 10 Year 10 Year Yes
- New 36 conductors both fully installed
- Drill rig simulated over slots 1, 4, 9, 12, 13 &
14
7 10 Year 100 Year 10 Year Yes
- New 36 conductors both fully installed
- Drill rig simulated over slots 1, 4, 9, 12, 13 &
14
8 10 Year 10 Year 100 Year Yes
- New 36 conductors both fully installed
- Drill rig simulated over slots 1, 4, 9, 12, 13 &
14.
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7. Conclusions & Recommendations
- The results presented herein show that both the East and West Espoir platforms are generally
acceptable for strength and fatigue with the proposed two 36 retrofit conductors.
- Drill rig loads have been shown to be very significant for both overall strength and fatigue
integrity. Espoir specific drill rig loads were unavailable for this assessment. The analysis has
been based on the best available drill rig data which is generally considered to be conservative.
- Some local topsides strengthening may be required although the requirement and extent of any
strengthening is entirely dependent on drill rig selection.
- Given the uncertainties, the design of strengthening has not been performed at this stage. A high
level review of possible strengthening options has been performed for the most heavily utilised
areas to ensure that strengthening is conceptually feasible.
- It is recommended that the structural models be re-analysed for each platform once the drill rig
has been chosen using drill rig loads from the nominated drilling contractor developed specifically
for the Espoir platforms. The results from this analysis will highlight the precise locations where
strengthening is required. Detailed design and drafting of any strengthening can then be
performed.
- The February 2010 ROV survey of the Espoir platforms has identified significantly greater marine
growth coverage than considered in the original design or in this present study. It is understood
the ROV survey footage will be analysed by a specialist marine growth consultant and revised
marine growth profiles calculated. It is recommended that the re-analysis of the structural models
include this revised marine growth profile.
- The fatigue analysis has identified areas of the Espoir platforms which are most fatigue sensitive
and have low fatigue lives. It is recommended that the structural inspection scheme for East and
West Espoir (ENG-PRO-187 [28]), and the Risk Based Inspection spreadsheet, are updated with
the calculated fatigue lives and the inspection plans revised accordingly.
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8. References
[1] Enercon, East Espoir Development Project, As Built Documentation, Structural Engineering
Design Calculations for Saibos CML, Document No. 1895-RPT-20-0015, Rev A, May 2000.
[2] Structural Modelling and Analysis East and West Espoir Platforms, Atkins, 5024450-ER-01,
Issue 01, February 2004.
[3] East Espoir Dynamic Spectral Fatigue Analysis, Atkins, 5027933-006-01, Issue 01, October
2004.
[4] East Espoir Natural Frequency Analysis, Atkins, 5027933/006/002/02, March 2005.
[5] East Espoir, South-East Corner Production Deck Calculations for De-Sander Package Set
Down Loads, Atkins, Technical Note 5045630-TN-01 v1, 15th March 2007.
[6] East Espoir Additional Conductor Feasibility Study, Atkins Limited, 5045630-006-ER-01
Rev2 (ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0089 B1), March 2009.
[7] East Espoir Wellhead Tower: Additional Conductor Feasiblity Study (Phase 2), Atkins
Limited,5080516-200-ER-01, Rev 01 (ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0104 A1), 12th August 2009.
[8] West Espoir Wellhead Tower: Structural Modelling and Analysis, Atkins Limited, 5045630-
005-ER-01 Rev1, June 2009.
[9] West Espoir Wellhead Tower: Additional Conductor Feasibility Study, Atkins Limited,
5080516-300-TN-01, Issue 01, 30/06/09.
[10] American Petroleum Institute, Recommended Practice for Planning, Designing and
Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms Working Stress Design, API RP2A-WSD, 21st ed.,
December 2000.
[11] International Standard, Petroleum and natural gas industries Fixed steel offshore structures,
ISO 19902, 1st Ed. 2007.
[12] AISC Steel Construction Manual, Thirteenth Edition.
[13] East Espoir Well Head SMS Analysis of Data: December 2006 December 2008, Fugro
Structural Monitoring, Ref No: C30313\R001\Issue 1, February 2009.
[14] Saibos, West Espoir Field Development Structural Design Basis, WESP-SAI-ST-BOD-08040,
Rev B1, 15/10/04.
[15] Saibos, West Espoir Field Development Dynamic and Fatigue Analyses Report, WESP-SAI-
ST-REP-08101, Rev B2, 26/07/05.
[16] Detail Design of Retrofit Conductor Guide Frames for CNR Espoir East WHT, Atkins Limited,
Atkins Report 5087631-007-ER-01, CNR Doc. No. ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0108, February 2010.
[17] Detail Design of Retrofit Conductor Guide Frames for CNR Espoir West WHT, Atkins Limited,
Atkins Report 5087631-007-ER-02, CNR Doc. No. ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0109, February 2010.
[18] Detail Design of Retrofit Conductors on East & West Espoir Platforms: Conductor Strength &
Fatigue Analysis Report for East & West Espoir, Atkins Limited, Atkins Report 5087631-004-
ER-01 CNR Doc. No. ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0122, March 2010.
[19] Detailed Design of Retrofit Conductors on East and West Espoir Platforms: Basis of Design,
Atkins Limited, Atkins Report 508763.003-ER-01, CNR Doc. No. ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0106,
March 2010.
[20] Espoir Field, Offshore Cote dIvoire Updated Metocean Criteria for Design and Operation,
Metoc Report No. 930, July 1999.
[21] SESAM GENIE, Conceptual design and analysis of offshore structures - User Mannual,
DNV, October 2004
[22] SESAM WAJAC, Wave and Current Loads on Fixed Rigid Frame Structures User Manual,
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DNV, October 2004.
[23] SESAM SESTRA, Superelement structural analysis - User Manual, DNV, December 2005.
[24] SESAM FRAMEWORK, Steel Frame Design User Manual, DNV, October 2004.
[25] American Petroleum Institute, Recommended Practice for Planning, Designing and
Constructing Fixed Offshore Platforms Load and Resistance Factors Design, API RP2A-
LRFD, 21st ed., 1
st
Ed. 1993.
[26] Fugro Structural Monitoring: Report to CNR International (Cote dIvoire) S.A.R.L., Structural
Monitoring of East Espoir Well Head Annual Report December 2006, C30137/R004\Issue 1,
January 2007.
[27] Fugro Structural Monitoring: Report to CNR International (Cote dIvoire) S.A.R.L., West Espoir
Structural Monitoring Data Analysis January 2009 February 2009, C30310/R001 Issue 1,
March 2009.
[28] Espoir Structural Inspection Scheme (Topsides and Underwater, East and West WHTs),
ENG-PRO-187.


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Figure A.1 Wave & Current Loading for 1y Return (Operating)
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Figure A.2 Wave & Current Loading for 10y Return
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Figure A.3 Wave & Current Loading for 100y Return
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Appendix B
Drilling Rig Footing Load Data

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FigureB.1 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)


FigureB.2 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)
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FigureB.3 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)



FigureB.4 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)Figure
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FigureB.5 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)



FigureB.6 - Al-Baraka Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)Figure
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FigureB.7 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)



FigureB.8 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)

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FigureB.9 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)



FigureB.10 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)


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FigureB.11 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)


FigureB.12 - Searex Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)

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FigureB.13 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)



FigureB.14 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)
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FigureB.15 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)



FigureB.16 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)

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FigureB.17 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)


FigureB.18 - Charlie Graves Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)

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FigureB.19 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)


FigureB.20 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)

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FigureB.21 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)



FigureB.22 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)

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FigureB.23 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)


FigureB.24 - Barracuda Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)

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FigureB.25 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)


FigureB.26 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)

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FigureB.27 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)


FigureB.28 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)

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FigureB.29 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)


FigureB.30 - T8 Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)

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FigureB.31 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)


FigureB.32 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)
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FigureB.33 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)


FigureB.34 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)

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FigureB.35 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)


FigureB.36 - SeaHawk Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)

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FigureB.37 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 1 (kN)


FigureB.38 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 4 (kN)

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FigureB.39 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 9 (kN)


FigureB.40 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 12 (kN)

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FigureB.41 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 13 (kN)


FigureB.42 - BassDrill Drill Rig Footing for Slot Position 14 (kN)

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Appendix C
East Espoir Strength Results
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Figure C.1 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Al Baraka Drill Rig
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Figure C.2 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Barracuda Drill Rig
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Figure C.3 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for BassDrill Alpha Drill Rig
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Figure C.4 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Charlie Graves Drill Rig
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Figure C.5 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Hawk Drill Rig
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Figure C.6 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Rex Drill Rig
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Figure C.7 - East Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for T8 Drill Rig
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Appendix D
West Espoir Strength Results
Detailed Design of Retrofit Conductors on East & West Espoir Platforms
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Figure D.1 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Al Baraka Drill Rig

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Figure D.2 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Barracuda Drill Rig
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Figure D.3 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for BassDrill Alpha Drill Rig
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Figure D.4 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Charlie Graves Drill Rig
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Figure D.5 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Hawk Drill Rig
Detailed Design of Retrofit Conductors on East & West Espoir Platforms
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Figure D.6 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for Sea Rex Drill Rig
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East & West Espoir Strength & Fatigue Analysis Report


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Figure D.7 - West Espoir Member Utilisations > 1.00 for T8 Drill Rig

Detailed Design of Retrofit Conductors on East & West Espoir Platforms
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Appendix E
Local Design Installation & In-Place Results for
East Espoir
East Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
Bm1490 0.28 OPR_30 0 0.28 OPR_30 0 1.95 OPR_30 0 0.81 OPR_30 0 0.28 OPR_30 0 1.95 OPR_30 0 CASE 3 0.81 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm453 0.18 OPR_30 0.5 1.78 OPR_60 0.5 0.67 OPR_60 0.5 0.29 OPR_0 0.5 0.00 OPR_0 0.5 0.26 OPR_0 0.5 1.78 OPR_60 0.5 CASE 2 0.67 OPR_60 0.5 CASE 2
Bm199007 0.27 OPR_90 1 0.27 OPR_60 1 1.66 OPR_30 0 0.71 OPR_30 0 0.27 OPR_30 0 1.66 OPR_30 0 CASE 3 0.71 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm1488 0.26 OPR_120 0 0.26 OPR_120 0 1.52 OPR_90 0 0.66 OPR_90 0 0.26 OPR_150 0 1.52 OPR_90 0 CASE 3 0.66 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm199008 0.26 OPR_90 1 0.26 OPR_90 1 1.3 OPR_90 0 0.61 OPR_90 0 0.26 OPR_120 1 1.3 OPR_90 0 CASE 3 0.61 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm319 0.29 OPR_180 0 0.29 OPR_180 0 1.26 OPR_180 1 0.73 OPR_180 1 0.35 OPR_180 0 1.26 OPR_180 1 CASE 3 0.73 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
Bm1278 0.2 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 1.2 OPR_90 1 0.57 OPR_90 1 0.23 OPR_90 1 1.2 OPR_90 1 CASE 3 0.57 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm1982 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 1 OPR_180 1 0.78 OPR_180 1 0.19 OPR_0 1 1 OPR_180 1 CASE 3 0.78 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
Bm1738 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.91 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 0.91 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm1758 0.15 OPR_90 1 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.82 OPR_90 1 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.82 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm236 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.8 OPR_210 1 0.8 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
Bm309 0.2 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 0.71 OPR_90 1 0.23 OPR_90 1 0.71 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm1992 0.09 OPR_120 1 0.09 OPR_120 1 0.09 OPR_120 1 0.67 OPR_120 0 0.67 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
Bm1985 0.07 OPR_180 1 0.08 OPR_30 1 0.66 OPR_180 0 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.66 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
Bm1252 0.15 OPR_90 1 0.15 OPR_90 1 0.65 OPR_0 1 0.17 OPR_90 1 0.65 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
Bm215 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.64 OPR_120 1 0.64 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
Bm409 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.62 OPR_0 0 0.2 OPR_30 0 0.19 OPR_30 0 0.62 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm1532 0.14 OPR_90 1 0.15 OPR_90 1 0.62 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.62 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
Bm1737 0.22 OPR_0 1 0.61 OPR_0 1 0.24 OPR_0 1 0.24 OPR_0 1 0.61 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
Bm288 0.26 OPR_90 0 0.28 OPR_90 0 0.6 OPR_90 0 0.29 OPR_60 0 0.6 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm454 0.11 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 0.17 OPR_30 0 0.15 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 CASE 2
Bm1489 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm291 0.25 OPR_90 0 0.26 OPR_90 0 0.59 OPR_90 0 0.29 OPR_90 0 0.59 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm304 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.59 OPR_90 0 0.23 OPR_150 0 0.59 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1498 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.59 OPR_210 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 0.59 OPR_210 1 CASE 3
Bm1990 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.57 OPR_90 0 0.57 OPR_90 0 CASE 4
Bm1514 0.15 OPR_90 1 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.56 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.56 OPR_210 1 CASE 3
Bm1736 0.26 OPR_180 1 0.54 OPR_180 1 0.26 OPR_180 1 0.26 OPR_180 1 0.54 OPR_180 1 CASE 2
Bm406 0.17 OPR_150 0 0.53 OPR_150 0 0.2 OPR_150 0 0.19 OPR_150 0 0.53 OPR_150 0 CASE 2
Bm1487 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.53 OPR_90 0 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.53 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1909 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.52 OPR_210 0 0.25 OPR_0 0 0.23 OPR_0 0 0.52 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm1848 0.18 OPR_30 1 0.51 OPR_210 1 0.28 OPR_0 1 0.24 OPR_0 1 0.51 OPR_210 1 CASE 2
Bm1572 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.5 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_30 0 0.17 OPR_30 0 0.5 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm318 0.11 OPR_90 1 0.11 OPR_90 1 0.49 OPR_0 1 0.12 OPR_90 1 0.49 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
Bm408 0.15 OPR_30 0 0.49 OPR_30 0 0.21 OPR_30 0 0.2 OPR_30 0 0.49 OPR_30 0 CASE 2
Bm424 0.25 OPR_0 0 0.49 OPR_0 0 0.27 OPR_0 0 0.27 OPR_0 0 0.49 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm301 0.15 OPR_90 1 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.48 OPR_210 1 0.17 OPR_90 1 0.48 OPR_210 1 CASE 3
Bm313 0.19 OPR_60 0 0.19 OPR_60 0 0.48 OPR_90 0 0.19 OPR_60 0 0.48 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1989 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.48 OPR_90 1 0.48 OPR_90 1 CASE 4
Bm1485 0.21 OPR_60 0 0.22 OPR_60 0 0.47 OPR_90 0 0.24 OPR_60 0 0.47 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1582 0.22 OPR_0 1 0.47 OPR_0 0 0.23 OPR_0 0 0.23 OPR_0 0 0.47 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm1491 0.2 OPR_90 0 0.21 OPR_90 0 0.44 OPR_90 0 0.23 OPR_90 0 0.44 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1570 0.16 OPR_150 0 0.44 OPR_150 0 0.18 OPR_150 0 0.17 OPR_150 0 0.44 OPR_150 0 CASE 2
Bm233 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm245 0 43 OPR 120 0 0 43 OPR 120 0 0 43 OPR 120 0 0 43 OPR 120 0 0 43 OPR 120 0 CASE 1
CASE 4 - 25 t IMPACT SUMMARY - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 2 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT SUMMARY - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT
EAST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - INSTALLATION CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
CASE 1 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - 25 t IMPACT
Bm245 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1427 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1429 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 0.43 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm290 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.41 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.41 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm1987 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.4 OPR_180 0 0.05 OPR_90 0 0.4 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
Bm1470 0.39 OPR_120 0 0.39 OPR_120 0 0.39 OPR_120 0 0.39 OPR_120 0 0.39 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1980 0 OPR_30 0 0.38 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.08 OPR_30 0 0.38 OPR_180 0 CASE 2
Bm1430 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.37 OPR_210 1 0.37 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
Bm1583 0.2 OPR_210 0 0.37 OPR_210 0 0.21 OPR_210 0 0.21 OPR_210 0 0.37 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm289 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.36 OPR_90 0 0.09 OPR_150 0 0.36 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm410 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.36 OPR_0 0 0.18 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_0 0 0.36 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm434 0.22 OPR_210 0 0.36 OPR_210 0 0.22 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_210 0 0.36 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm413 0.14 OPR_0 0 0.35 OPR_0 0 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.35 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm1248 0.12 OPR_0 0 0.35 OPR_0 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.35 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm321 0.31 OPR_60 0 0.32 OPR_60 0 0.33 OPR_60 0 0.34 OPR_60 0 0.34 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
Bm254 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.33 OPR_0 0 0.33 OPR_0 0 CASE 4
Bm212 0.12 OPR_0 0 0.12 OPR_0 0 0.13 OPR_0 0 0.32 OPR_0 1 0.32 OPR_0 1 CASE 4
Bm323 0.29 OPR_90 0 0.3 OPR_90 0 0.32 OPR_90 0 0.32 OPR_90 0 0.32 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1983 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_30 0 0.32 OPR_150 0 0.09 OPR_0 0 0.32 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
Bm252 0.19 OPR_120 0 0.19 OPR_120 0 0.19 OPR_120 0 0.31 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_210 0 CASE 4
Bm1247 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.31 OPR_150 0 0.15 OPR_150 0 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.31 OPR_150 0 CASE 2
Bm1279 0.19 OPR_90 0 0.19 OPR_90 0 0.31 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 0 0.31 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm1497 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.3 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 0.3 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm303 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.29 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_0 0 0.29 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
Bm445 0.09 OPR_270 0.5 0.29 OPR_270 0.5 0.11 OPR_30 0.5 0.11 OPR_210 0.5 0.29 OPR_270 0.5 CASE 2
Bm1492 0.06 OPR_0 0 0.06 OPR_0 1 0.29 OPR_0 1 0.07 OPR_0 0 0.29 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
Bm1573 0.14 OPR_0 0 0.29 OPR_0 0 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.29 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm299 0.17 OPR_90 1 0.17 OPR_90 1 0.28 OPR_90 1 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.28 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm407 0.17 OPR_210 0 0.28 OPR_210 0 0.18 OPR_210 0 0.18 OPR_210 0 0.28 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm412 0.15 OPR_210 0 0.28 OPR_210 0 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.28 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm1494 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.28 OPR_90 1 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.28 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm1581 0.28 OPR_0 1 0.28 OPR_0 1 0.28 OPR_0 1 0.28 OPR_0 1 0.28 OPR_0 1 CASE 1
Bm447 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.26 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.26 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm1576 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.26 OPR_0 0 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.26 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Summary UF
All UFs are below 1.0 when
impact load is reduced to 15 t
East Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
CASE 4 - 25 t IMPACT SUMMARY - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 2 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT SUMMARY - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT
EAST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - INSTALLATION CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
CASE 1 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - 25 t IMPACT
Bm1586 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.26 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.26 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
Bm1832 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.26 OPR_60 0 0.26 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
Bm218 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm253 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm293 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.25 OPR_90 1 0.16 OPR_120 1 0.25 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm1433 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_210 1 0.25 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
Bm1480 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 0.25 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1481 0.19 OPR_0 1 0.19 OPR_0 1 0.24 OPR_180 1 0.21 OPR_0 1 0.24 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
Bm226 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_60 0 0.23 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
Bm422 0.18 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_30 1 0.23 OPR_30 0 0.22 OPR_30 0 0.23 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm1486 0.07 OPR_210 0 0.07 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_90 0 0.08 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1493 0.18 OPR_60 1 0.19 OPR_60 1 0.23 OPR_60 1 0.19 OPR_60 1 0.23 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
Bm1571 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_210 0 0.17 OPR_210 0 0.17 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm1574 0.15 OPR_210 1 0.23 OPR_210 0 0.15 OPR_210 1 0.15 OPR_210 1 0.23 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm312 0.1 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 0.22 OPR_180 0 0.11 OPR_180 0 0.22 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
Bm451 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.22 OPR_0 1 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.22 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
Bm1420 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1424 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1471 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_210 1 0.22 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
Bm1479 0.18 OPR_180 0 0.18 OPR_0 0 0.22 OPR_0 0 0.2 OPR_0 0 0.22 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
Bm1502 0.09 OPR_0 1 0.09 OPR_0 1 0.22 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.22 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
Bm1536 0.12 OPR_60 1 0.12 OPR_60 1 0.22 OPR_60 1 0.12 OPR_60 1 0.22 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
Bm1759 0.13 OPR_90 0 0.13 OPR_90 0 0.22 OPR_90 1 0.15 OPR_120 1 0.22 OPR_90 1 CASE 3
Bm229 0.21 OPR_120 0 0.21 OPR_120 0 0.21 OPR_120 0 0.21 OPR_120 0 0.21 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm287 0.12 OPR_150 1 0.12 OPR_150 1 0.21 OPR_180 0 0.13 OPR_150 1 0.21 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
Bm292 0.16 OPR_60 1 0.16 OPR_60 1 0.21 OPR_60 1 0.17 OPR_60 1 0.21 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
Bm296 0.19 OPR_90 0 0.2 OPR_90 0 0.2 OPR_90 0 0.21 OPR_60 1 0.21 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
Bm1495 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.2 OPR_90 1 0.2 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 0.21 OPR_90 1 CASE 4
Bm1585 0.16 OPR_210 1 0.21 OPR_210 1 0.17 OPR_210 1 0.17 OPR_210 1 0.21 OPR_210 1 CASE 2
Bm199005 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.21 OPR_210 0 0.21 OPR_210 0 CASE 4
Bm241 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm257 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm441 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.2 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 0 0.12 OPR_30 0 0.2 OPR_30 1 CASE 2
Bm1472 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1474 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1829 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 1 0.2 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
Bm1984 0.05 OPR_120 1 0.05 OPR_120 1 0.2 OPR_30 1 0.05 OPR_120 1 0.2 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
Bm199006 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_210 1 0.2 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
Bm221 0.1 OPR_60 0 0.1 OPR_60 0 0.1 OPR_60 0 0.19 OPR_60 0 0.19 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
Bm251 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.19 OPR_60 1 0.19 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
Bm294 0.17 OPR_90 1 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.18 OPR_90 1 0.19 OPR_90 1 0.19 OPR_90 1 CASE 4
Bm1534 0.12 OPR_120 1 0.12 OPR_120 1 0.19 OPR_60 0 0.12 OPR_120 1 0.19 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
Bm1580 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.19 OPR_0 1 0.19 OPR_0 1 0.19 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
Bm1831 0.08 OPR_60 0 0.08 OPR_60 0 0.08 OPR_60 0 0.19 OPR_60 0 0.19 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
Bm432 0 17 OPR 0 1 0 18 OPR 0 1 0 18 OPR 0 1 0 18 OPR 0 1 0 18 OPR 0 1 CASE 2 Bm432 0.17 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
Bm439 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 CASE 1
Bm442 0.16 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_210 1 0.16 OPR_210 1 0.16 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_210 1 CASE 2
Bm1522 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.18 OPR_180 0 0.06 OPR_60 1 0.18 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
Bm1575 0.18 OPR_210 1 0.17 OPR_210 0 0.18 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_210 1 CASE 1
Bm1578 0.15 OPR_30 1 0.14 OPR_30 1 0.18 OPR_30 1 0.17 OPR_30 1 0.18 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
Bm1890 0.05 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_0 0.25 0.08 OPR_30 0 0.07 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_0 0.25 CASE 2
Bm1986 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_210 0 0.13 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.18 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
Bm219 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
Bm222 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 1 0.17 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm286 0.09 OPR_60 1 0.09 OPR_60 1 0.17 OPR_60 0 0.1 OPR_60 1 0.17 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
Bm414 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.17 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 0.17 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm418 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_0 0 0.17 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm443 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.17 OPR_30 1 0.17 OPR_30 1 0.16 OPR_30 1 0.17 OPR_30 1 CASE 2
Bm1469 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_210 0 0.17 OPR_210 0 CASE 4
Bm435 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_0 0 CASE 1
Bm449 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.16 OPR_150 1 0.08 OPR_150 1 0.08 OPR_270 1 0.16 OPR_150 1 CASE 2
Bm1432 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.16 OPR_90 1 0.16 OPR_90 1 CASE 4
Bm1436 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
Bm1458 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
Bm1503 0.15 OPR_120 1 0.15 OPR_120 1 0.16 OPR_120 1 0.15 OPR_150 1 0.16 OPR_120 1 CASE 3
Bm1535 0.07 OPR_60 0 0.07 OPR_60 0 0.16 OPR_120 1 0.07 OPR_60 0 0.16 OPR_120 1 CASE 3
Bm1577 0.16 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 CASE 1
Bm232 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.15 OPR_30 0 0.15 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
Bm427 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
Bm1421 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.15 OPR_30 1 0.15 OPR_30 1 CASE 4
Bm1496 0.13 OPR_60 1 0.14 OPR_60 1 0.14 OPR_60 1 0.15 OPR_60 1 0.15 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
Bm1533 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.15 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.15 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
Bm1830 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.09 OPR_90 1 0.15 OPR_120 1 0.15 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
Bm220 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.14 OPR_120 0 0.14 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
Bm244 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
Bm420 0.13 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_0 0 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.14 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
Bm1425 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 1 0.14 OPR_30 1 CASE 4
Bm1484 0.14 OPR_150 1 0.14 OPR_150 1 0.14 OPR_150 1 0.14 OPR_150 1 0.14 OPR_150 1 CASE 1
Summary UF
East Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
CASE 4 - 25 t IMPACT SUMMARY - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 2 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT SUMMARY - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT
EAST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - INSTALLATION CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
CASE 1 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - 25 t IMPACT
Bm1504 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.14 OPR_120 1 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.14 OPR_120 1 CASE 3
Bm1579 0.13 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.14 OPR_30 1 0.14 OPR_30 1 0.14 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
Bm416 0.12 OPR_0 0 0.12 OPR_0 0 0.13 OPR_30 1 0.13 OPR_30 1 0.13 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
Bm1431 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1454 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1473 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1482 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_180 1 0.11 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
Bm1523 0.13 OPR_60 1 0.13 OPR_60 1 0.12 OPR_60 0 0.13 OPR_60 1 0.13 OPR_60 1 CASE 1
Bm285 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.12 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.12 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
Bm320 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_90 0 0.09 OPR_90 0 0.12 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm322 0.09 OPR_60 0 0.09 OPR_60 0 0.12 OPR_60 0 0.09 OPR_60 0 0.12 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
Bm1847 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.12 OPR_270 1 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.07 OPR_90 1 0.12 OPR_270 1 CASE 2
Bm256 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_90 0 0.11 OPR_90 0 CASE 4
Bm258 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_60 0 0.11 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
Bm411 0.11 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_210 1 CASE 1
Bm1483 0.1 OPR_60 1 0.1 OPR_60 1 0.11 OPR_60 1 0.11 OPR_60 1 0.11 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
Bm208 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 CASE 4
Bm210 0.08 OPR_30 0 0.08 OPR_30 0 0.08 OPR_30 0 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 CASE 4
Bm217 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_90 0 0.1 OPR_90 0 CASE 4
Bm1524 0.09 OPR_60 1 0.09 OPR_60 1 0.1 OPR_60 1 0.09 OPR_60 1 0.1 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
Bm1418 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1422 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1428 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
Bm1437 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 CASE 1
Bm1459 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 CASE 1
Bm1988 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1991 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm207 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm209 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1419 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1423 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1426 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1438 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1460 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1584 0.07 OPR_330 1 0.07 OPR_330 1 0.07 OPR_330 1 0.07 OPR_330 1 0.07 OPR_330 1 CASE 1
Bm1981 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_90 1 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_90 1 CASE 2
Bm211 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm214 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1439 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Bm1461 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
Summary UF
East Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member Names and Location
East Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member Names and Location
East Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member Names and Location
East Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
Bm319 0.44 OT8_1_180 0 1.03 S1T8_1_180 0 0.8 S2T8_1_180 0 0.58 S3T8_1_180 0 1.03 S1T8_1_180 0 CASE 6
Bm1581 0.63 OT8_4_0 1 0.83 S1T8_4_0 1 0.79 S2T8_4_0 1 0.74 S3T8_4_0 1 0.83 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
Bm453 0.45 OT8_14_30 0.5 0.67 S1T8_9_30 0.5 0.67 S2T8_9_30 0.5 0.59 S3T8_9_30 0.5 0.67 S1T8_9_30 0.5 CASE 6
Bm1848 0.44 OT8_9_0 1 0.67 S1T8_9_0 1 0.67 S2T8_9_0 1 0.59 S3T8_9_0 1 0.67 S1T8_9_0 1 CASE 6
Bm1982 0.3 OT8_9_180 1 0.66 S1T8_9_180 1 0.56 S2T8_9_180 1 0.41 S3T8_12_0 1 0.66 S1T8_9_180 1 CASE 6
Bm321 0.41 OT8_13_60 0 0.64 S1T8_13_60 0 0.61 S2T8_13_60 0 0.52 S3T8_13_60 0 0.64 S1T8_13_60 0 CASE 6
Bm1736 0.56 OT8_9_150 1 0.62 S1T8_9_150 1 0.61 S2T8_9_150 1 0.61 S3T8_9_120 1 0.62 S1T8_9_150 1 CASE 6
Bm1737 0.53 OT8_12_30 1 0.62 S1T8_12_30 1 0.61 S2T8_12_30 1 0.57 S3T8_12_30 1 0.62 S1T8_12_30 1 CASE 6
Bm1909 0.41 OT8_9_0 0 0.62 S1T8_9_0 1 0.62 S2T8_9_0 0 0.55 S3T8_9_0 0 0.62 S1T8_9_0 1 CASE 6
Bm323 0.38 OT8_14_120 0 0.61 S1T8_14_120 0 0.6 S2T8_14_120 0 0.48 S3T8_14_120 0 0.61 S1T8_14_120 0 CASE 6
Bm288 0.35 OT8_13_60 0 0.6 S1T8_13_60 0 0.56 S2T8_13_60 0 0.47 S3T8_13_60 0 0.6 S1T8_13_60 0 CASE 6
Bm291 0.35 OT8_9_90 0 0.58 S1T8_9_120 0 0.57 S2T8_9_120 0 0.46 S3T8_9_90 0 0.58 S1T8_9_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1488 0.45 OT8_12_150 0 0.58 S1T8_12_150 0 0.55 S2T8_12_150 0 0.51 S3T8_12_150 0 0.58 S1T8_12_150 0 CASE 6
Bm1582 0.42 OT8_12_0 1 0.57 S1T8_12_0 1 0.54 S2T8_12_0 1 0.48 S3T8_12_0 1 0.57 S1T8_12_0 1 CASE 6
Bm1490 0.45 OT8_9_30 0 0.56 S1T8_9_30 0 0.55 S2T8_9_30 0 0.51 S3T8_9_30 0 0.56 S1T8_9_30 0 CASE 6
Bm199008 0.45 OT8_12_150 1 0.56 S1T8_12_150 1 0.54 S2T8_12_150 1 0.5 S3T8_12_150 1 0.56 S1T8_12_150 1 CASE 6
Bm424 0.4 OT8_12_0 0 0.55 S1T8_12_0 0 0.52 S2T8_12_0 0 0.47 S3T8_12_0 0 0.55 S1T8_12_0 0 CASE 6
Bm199007 0.44 OT8_9_30 1 0.54 S1T8_9_30 0 0.54 S2T8_9_30 0 0.5 S3T8_9_30 0 0.54 S1T8_9_30 0 CASE 6
Bm435 0.44 OT8_4_300 0 0.49 S1T8_4_330 0 0.49 S2T8_4_300 0 0.53 S3T8_4_300 0 0.53 S3T8_4_300 0 CASE 8
Bm409 0.42 OT8_12_30 0 0.51 S1T8_12_30 0 0.51 S2T8_12_30 0 0.47 S3T8_12_30 0 0.51 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm408 0.35 OT8_14_30 0 0.5 S1T8_14_30 0 0.48 S2T8_14_30 0 0.43 S3T8_14_30 0 0.5 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1985 0.22 OT8_9_180 1 0.5 S1T8_9_180 1 0.42 S2T8_9_180 1 0.3 S3T8_12_0 1 0.5 S1T8_9_180 1 CASE 6
Bm422 0.33 OT8_14_30 0 0.49 S1T8_14_30 0 0.47 S2T8_14_30 0 0.41 S3T8_14_30 0 0.49 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1485 0.29 OT8_13_60 0 0.49 S1T8_13_60 0 0.46 S2T8_13_60 0 0.38 S3T8_13_60 0 0.49 S1T8_13_60 0 CASE 6
Bm304 0.36 OT8_9_150 0 0.48 S1T8_9_150 0 0.45 S2T8_9_150 0 0.41 S3T8_9_150 0 0.48 S1T8_9_150 0 CASE 6
Bm309 0.28 OT8_14_90 1 0.48 S1T8_14_90 1 0.45 S2T8_14_90 1 0.37 S3T8_14_90 1 0.48 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1278 0.29 OT8_1_90 1 0.48 S1T8_1_90 1 0.46 S2T8_1_90 1 0.37 S3T8_1_90 1 0.48 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1491 0.28 OT8_9_90 0 0.48 S1T8_9_120 0 0.47 S2T8_9_120 0 0.37 S3T8_9_90 0 0.48 S1T8_9_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1583 0.37 OT8_9_210 0 0.48 S1T8_9_210 0 0.46 S2T8_9_210 0 0.42 S3T8_9_210 0 0.48 S1T8_9_210 0 CASE 6
Bm406 0.42 OT8_9_150 0 0.47 S1T8_9_150 0 0.46 S2T8_9_150 0 0.46 S3T8_9_120 0 0.47 S1T8_9_150 0 CASE 6
Bm1479 0.27 OT8_4_180 0 0.47 S1T8_4_180 0 0.42 S2T8_4_180 0 0.35 S3T8_4_180 0 0.47 S1T8_4_180 0 CASE 6
Bm1481 0.26 OT8_1_180 1 0.47 S1T8_4_180 1 0.42 S2T8_4_180 1 0.35 S3T8_1_180 1 0.47 S1T8_4_180 1 CASE 6
Bm1572 0.39 OT8_12_30 0 0.47 S1T8_12_30 0 0.46 S2T8_12_30 0 0.43 S3T8_12_30 0 0.47 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1580 0.35 OT8_4_0 1 0.47 S1T8_4_0 1 0.45 S2T8_4_0 1 0.42 S3T8_4_0 1 0.47 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
Bm410 0.37 OT8_12_0 0 0.45 S1T8_12_0 0 0.44 S2T8_12_0 0 0.4 S3T8_12_0 0 0.45 S1T8_12_0 0 CASE 6
Bm434 0.35 OT8_4_210 0 0.45 S1T8_9_210 0 0.43 S2T8_9_210 0 0.4 S3T8_14_210 0 0.45 S1T8_9_210 0 CASE 6
Bm407 0.36 OT8_9_210 0 0.44 S1T8_9_210 0 0.43 S2T8_9_210 0 0.39 S3T8_9_30 0 0.44 S1T8_9_210 0 CASE 6
Bm1570 0.39 OT8_9_150 0 0.44 S1T8_9_150 0 0.43 S2T8_9_150 0 0.43 S3T8_9_120 0 0.44 S1T8_9_150 0 CASE 6
Bm1575 0.35 OT8_9_210 1 0.44 S1T8_9_210 1 0.42 S2T8_9_210 1 0.38 S3T8_9_210 1 0.44 S1T8_9_210 1 CASE 6
Bm215 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 0.43 S1T8_12_120 0 0.43 S2T8_12_120 0 0.43 S3T8_12_120 0 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm233 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 0.43 S1T8_12_120 0 0.43 S2T8_12_120 0 0.43 S3T8_12_120 0 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm245 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 0.43 S1T8_12_120 0 0.43 S2T8_12_120 0 0.43 S3T8_12_120 0 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm413 0.33 OT8_12_0 0 0.43 S1T8_12_0 0 0.42 S2T8_12_0 0 0.37 S3T8_12_0 0 0.43 S1T8_12_0 0 CASE 6
Bm418 0.32 OT8_4_0 0 0.43 S1T8_4_0 0 0.41 S2T8_4_0 0 0.38 S3T8_4_0 0 0.43 S1T8_4_0 0 CASE 6
Bm1427 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 0.43 S1T8_12_120 0 0.43 S2T8_12_120 0 0.43 S3T8_12_120 0 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1429 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 0.43 S1T8_12_120 0 0.43 S2T8_12_120 0 0.43 S3T8_12_120 0 0.43 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1480 0.25 OT8_12_120 0 0.43 S1T8_4_180 1 0.39 S2T8_4_180 1 0.33 S3T8_1_180 1 0.43 S1T8_4_180 1 CASE 6
Bm1498 0.25 OT8_14_90 1 0.43 S1T8_14_90 1 0.41 S2T8_14_90 1 0.33 S3T8_14_90 1 0.43 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1738 0.25 OT8_14_90 1 0.43 S1T8_14_90 1 0.4 S2T8_14_90 1 0.33 S3T8_14_90 1 0.43 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm296 0.26 OT8_13_60 1 0.42 S1T8_13_60 1 0.4 S2T8_13_60 1 0.33 S3T8_13_60 1 0.42 S1T8_13_60 1 CASE 6
Bm412 0.32 OT8_9_210 0 0.42 S1T8_9_210 0 0.4 S2T8_9_210 0 0.36 S3T8_9_210 0 0.42 S1T8_9_210 0 CASE 6
Bm420 0.32 OT8_4_0 1 0.42 S1T8_4_0 1 0.4 S2T8_4_0 1 0.37 S3T8_4_0 1 0.42 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
Bm432 0.27 OT8_4_0 1 0.42 S1T8_4_0 1 0.39 S2T8_4_0 1 0.35 S3T8_4_0 1 0.42 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
Bm1573 0.37 OT8_12_90 1 0.42 S1T8_12_0 0 0.41 S2T8_12_0 0 0.41 S3T8_12_90 1 0.42 S1T8_12_0 0 CASE 6
Bm1248 0.35 OT8_12_30 0 0.41 S1T8_12_30 0 0.4 S2T8_12_30 0 0.38 S3T8_12_30 0 0.41 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1279 0.26 OT8_1_90 1 0.41 S1T8_1_90 1 0.41 S2T8_1_120 1 0.32 S3T8_1_90 1 0.41 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1571 0.37 OT8_9_90 1 0.41 S1T8_9_210 0 0.4 S2T8_9_210 0 0.41 S3T8_9_90 1 0.41 S1T8_9_210 0 CASE 6
Bm1577 0.32 OT8_12_0 1 0.41 S1T8_12_0 1 0.39 S2T8_12_0 1 0.35 S3T8_12_0 1 0.41 S1T8_12_0 1 CASE 6
Bm1585 0.34 OT8_9_210 1 0.41 S1T8_9_210 1 0.4 S2T8_9_210 1 0.36 S3T8_9_210 1 0.41 S1T8_9_210 1 CASE 6
Bm439 0.28 OT8_4_0 1 0.4 S1T8_4_0 1 0.38 S2T8_4_0 1 0.34 S3T8_4_0 1 0.4 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
Bm442 0.34 OT8_9_210 1 0.4 S1T8_9_210 1 0.39 S2T8_9_210 1 0.35 S3T8_9_210 1 0.4 S1T8_9_210 1 CASE 6
Bm1470 0.39 OT8_12_120 0 0.4 S1T8_12_120 0 0.39 S2T8_12_120 0 0.39 S3T8_12_120 0 0.4 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1493 0.28 OT8_13_60 1 0.4 S1T8_13_60 1 0.38 S2T8_13_60 1 0.33 S3T8_13_60 1 0.4 S1T8_13_60 1 CASE 6
Bm1495 0.25 OT8_13_90 1 0.4 S1T8_13_90 1 0.38 S2T8_13_90 1 0.32 S3T8_13_90 1 0.4 S1T8_13_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1497 0.25 OT8_14_90 1 0.4 S1T8_14_90 1 0.38 S2T8_14_90 1 0.32 S3T8_14_90 1 0.4 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1574 0.32 OT8_9_210 1 0.4 S1T8_9_210 1 0.38 S2T8_9_210 1 0.35 S3T8_9_210 1 0.4 S1T8_9_210 1 CASE 6
Bm1586 0.33 OT8_12_0 1 0.4 S1T8_12_0 1 0.39 S2T8_12_0 1 0.35 S3T8_12_0 1 0.4 S1T8_12_0 1 CASE 6
Bm443 0.25 OT8_14_30 1 0.39 S1T8_14_30 1 0.38 S2T8_14_30 1 0.33 S3T8_14_30 1 0.39 S1T8_14_30 1 CASE 6
Bm451 0.32 OT8_12_0 1 0.39 S1T8_12_0 1 0.37 S2T8_12_0 1 0.34 S3T8_12_0 1 0.39 S1T8_12_0 1 CASE 6
Bm1247 0.36 OT8_9_120 0 0.39 S1T8_9_150 0 0.39 S2T8_9_150 0 0.39 S3T8_9_120 0 0.39 S1T8_9_150 0 CASE 6
Bm1494 0.27 OT8_9_120 1 0.39 S1T8_9_120 1 0.38 S2T8_9_120 1 0.32 S3T8_9_90 1 0.39 S1T8_9_120 1 CASE 6
Bm1576 0.3 OT8_12_0 0 0.39 S1T8_12_0 0 0.38 S2T8_12_0 0 0.33 S3T8_12_0 0 0.39 S1T8_12_0 0 CASE 6
Bm313 0.3 OT8_13_60 0 0.38 S1T8_13_60 0 0.37 S2T8_13_60 0 0.34 S3T8_13_60 0 0.38 S1T8_13_60 0 CASE 6
Bm454 0.29 OT8_13_150 1 0.38 S1T8_1_0 0 0.37 S2T8_1_0 0 0.35 S3T8_13_150 1 0.38 S1T8_1_0 0 CASE 6
Bm1514 0.22 OT8_14_90 1 0.38 S1T8_14_90 1 0.36 S2T8_14_90 1 0.29 S3T8_14_90 1 0.38 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1758 0.22 OT8_1_90 1 0.38 S1T8_1_90 1 0.36 S2T8_1_90 1 0.29 S3T8_1_90 1 0.38 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1578 0.28 OT8_4_30 1 0.37 S1T8_4_30 1 0.36 S2T8_4_30 1 0.33 S3T8_4_30 1 0.37 S1T8_4_30 1 CASE 6
Bm414 0.27 OT8_4_30 0 0.36 S1T8_9_30 0 0.34 S2T8_9_30 0 0.32 S3T8_9_30 0 0.36 S1T8_9_30 0 CASE 6
Bm292 0.25 OT8_13_60 1 0.35 S1T8_13_60 1 0.33 S2T8_13_60 1 0.3 S3T8_13_60 1 0.35 S1T8_13_60 1 CASE 6
Bm301 0.2 OT8_14_90 1 0.35 S1T8_14_90 1 0.33 S2T8_14_90 1 0.27 S3T8_14_90 1 0.35 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm293 0.24 OT8_9_120 1 0.34 S1T8_9_120 1 0.33 S2T8_9_120 1 0.29 S3T8_9_90 1 0.34 S1T8_9_120 1 CASE 6
Bm294 0.22 OT8_13_90 1 0.34 S1T8_13_90 1 0.33 S2T8_13_90 1 0.28 S3T8_13_90 1 0.34 S1T8_13_90 1 CASE 6
Bm299 0.22 OT8_14_90 1 0.34 S1T8_14_90 1 0.32 S2T8_14_90 1 0.27 S3T8_14_90 1 0.34 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1252 0.2 OT8_14_90 1 0.34 S1T8_14_90 1 0.32 S2T8_14_90 1 0.27 S3T8_14_90 1 0.34 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1532 0.19 OT8_14_90 1 0.33 S1T8_14_90 1 0.31 S2T8_14_90 1 0.25 S3T8_14_90 1 0.33 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm411 0.25 OT8_4_210 0 0.32 S1T8_4_210 0 0.31 S2T8_4_210 0 0.29 S3T8_4_210 0 0.32 S1T8_4_210 0 CASE 6
Bm416 0.25 OT8_4_0 0 0.32 S1T8_4_0 0 0.3 S2T8_4_0 0 0.29 S3T8_4_0 0 0.32 S1T8_4_0 0 CASE 6
Bm445 0.2 OT8_14_30 0.5 0.31 S1T8_14_30 0.5 0.32 S2T8_14_30 0.5 0.27 S3T8_14_30 0.5 0.32 S2T8_14_30 0.5 CASE 7
Bm1579 0.25 OT8_4_30 1 0.32 S1T8_4_30 1 0.3 S2T8_4_30 1 0.28 S3T8_4_30 1 0.32 S1T8_4_30 1 CASE 6
Bm1496 0.19 OT8_4_60 1 0.31 S1T8_13_60 1 0.3 S2T8_13_60 1 0.24 S3T8_13_60 1 0.31 S1T8_13_60 1 CASE 6
Bm1759 0.19 OT8_1_120 1 0.31 S1T8_1_120 1 0.31 S2T8_1_120 1 0.23 S3T8_1_120 1 0.31 S1T8_1_120 1 CASE 6
Bm1986 0.2 OT8_9_0 0 0.3 S1T8_9_0 0 0.31 S2T8_9_0 0 0.27 S3T8_9_0 0 0.31 S2T8_9_0 0 CASE 7
Bm303 0.19 OT8_12_0 0 0.29 S1T8_12_0 0 0.3 S2T8_12_0 0 0.25 S3T8_12_0 0 0.3 S2T8_12_0 0 CASE 7
Bm1487 0.24 OT8_12_150 0 0.3 S1T8_12_150 0 0.29 S2T8_12_150 0 0.27 S3T8_12_150 0 0.3 S1T8_12_150 0 CASE 6
Bm1503 0.23 OT8_9_120 1 0.3 S1T8_9_150 1 0.28 S2T8_9_150 1 0.26 S3T8_9_150 1 0.3 S1T8_9_150 1 CASE 6
Bm1584 0.26 OT8_4_300 0 0.29 S1T8_4_330 0 0.29 S2T8_4_330 0 0.3 S3T8_4_300 0 0.3 S3T8_4_300 0 CASE 8
Bm1983 0.14 OT8_12_0 0 0.3 S1T8_9_180 0 0.25 S2T8_9_180 0 0.19 S3T8_12_0 0 0.3 S1T8_9_180 0 CASE 6
Bm427 0.19 OT8_9_0 1 0.29 S1T8_9_0 1 0.26 S2T8_9_0 1 0.24 S3T8_9_0 1 0.29 S1T8_9_0 1 CASE 6
EAST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - IN SERVICE CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
SUMMARY CASE 5 CASE 6 CASE 7 CASE 8
Summary UF
Bm319 is to be grout filled and modified
UF is recorded in Design Report
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East Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
EAST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - IN SERVICE CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
SUMMARY CASE 5 CASE 6 CASE 7 CASE 8
Bm441 0.19 OT8_14_30 0 0.29 S1T8_14_30 0 0.27 S2T8_14_30 0 0.24 S3T8_14_30 0 0.29 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
Bm447 0.19 OT8_13_150 0 0.29 S1T8_1_0 0 0.27 S2T8_1_0 0 0.25 S3T8_13_150 0 0.29 S1T8_1_0 0 CASE 6
Bm1489 0.23 OT8_9_30 0 0.29 S1T8_9_30 0 0.29 S2T8_9_30 0 0.27 S3T8_9_30 0 0.29 S1T8_9_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1484 0.17 OT8_1_150 1 0.26 S1T8_1_150 1 0.24 S2T8_1_150 1 0.21 S3T8_1_150 1 0.26 S1T8_1_150 1 CASE 6
Bm1523 0.21 OT8_13_60 1 0.26 S1T8_13_60 1 0.25 S2T8_13_60 1 0.24 S3T8_13_60 1 0.26 S1T8_13_60 1 CASE 6
Bm212 0.18 OT8_12_0 0 0.25 S1T8_12_0 0 0.25 S2T8_12_0 0 0.22 S3T8_12_0 0 0.25 S1T8_12_0 0 CASE 6
Bm218 0.25 OT8_12_120 0 0.25 S1T8_12_120 0 0.25 S2T8_12_120 0 0.25 S3T8_12_120 0 0.25 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm253 0.25 OT8_12_120 0 0.25 S1T8_12_120 0 0.25 S2T8_12_120 0 0.25 S3T8_12_120 0 0.25 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm285 0.14 OT8_4_180 0 0.25 S1T8_4_180 0 0.22 S2T8_4_180 0 0.19 S3T8_4_180 0 0.25 S1T8_4_180 0 CASE 6
Bm312 0.17 OT8_13_180 0 0.25 S1T8_13_180 0 0.23 S2T8_13_180 0 0.2 S3T8_13_180 0 0.25 S1T8_13_180 0 CASE 6
Bm1482 0.14 OT8_1_180 1 0.25 S1T8_4_180 1 0.22 S2T8_1_180 1 0.19 S3T8_1_180 1 0.25 S1T8_4_180 1 CASE 6
Bm318 0.14 OT8_14_90 1 0.24 S1T8_14_90 1 0.23 S2T8_14_90 1 0.19 S3T8_14_90 1 0.24 S1T8_14_90 1 CASE 6
Bm287 0.15 OT8_1_150 1 0.23 S1T8_1_150 1 0.21 S2T8_1_150 1 0.19 S3T8_1_150 1 0.23 S1T8_1_150 1 CASE 6
Bm1504 0.17 OT8_9_150 1 0.23 S1T8_9_150 1 0.21 S2T8_9_150 1 0.2 S3T8_9_150 1 0.23 S1T8_9_150 1 CASE 6
Bm1980 0.16 OT8_14_30 0 0.23 S1T8_14_30 0 0.23 S2T8_14_30 0 0.2 S3T8_14_30 0 0.23 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1420 0.22 OT8_12_120 0 0.22 S1T8_12_120 0 0.22 S2T8_12_120 0 0.22 S3T8_12_120 0 0.22 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1424 0.22 OT8_12_120 0 0.22 S1T8_12_120 0 0.22 S2T8_12_120 0 0.22 S3T8_12_120 0 0.22 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm229 0.21 OT8_12_120 0 0.21 S1T8_12_120 0 0.21 S2T8_12_120 0 0.21 S3T8_12_120 0 0.21 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm241 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 0.2 S1T8_12_120 0 0.2 S2T8_12_120 0 0.2 S3T8_12_120 0 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm257 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 0.2 S1T8_12_120 0 0.2 S2T8_12_120 0 0.2 S3T8_12_120 0 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm289 0.16 OT8_12_150 0 0.2 S1T8_12_150 0 0.19 S2T8_12_150 0 0.17 S3T8_12_150 0 0.2 S1T8_12_150 0 CASE 6
Bm449 0.15 OT8_13_150 1 0.2 S1T8_13_150 1 0.19 S2T8_13_150 1 0.19 S3T8_13_150 1 0.2 S1T8_13_150 1 CASE 6
Bm1472 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 0.2 S1T8_12_120 0 0.2 S2T8_12_120 0 0.2 S3T8_12_120 0 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1474 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 0.2 S1T8_12_120 0 0.2 S2T8_12_120 0 0.2 S3T8_12_120 0 0.2 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1890 0.13 OT8_9_30 0 0.19 S1T8_9_30 0 0.2 S2T8_9_30 0 0.17 S3T8_9_30 0 0.2 S2T8_9_30 0 CASE 7
Bm252 0.19 OT8_12_120 0 0.19 S1T8_12_120 0 0.19 S2T8_12_120 0 0.19 S3T8_12_120 0 0.19 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm290 0.15 OT8_9_30 0 0.19 S1T8_9_30 0 0.19 S2T8_9_30 0 0.18 S3T8_9_30 0 0.19 S1T8_9_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1458 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.19 S1T8_12_30 0 0.19 S2T8_12_30 0 0.15 S3T8_12_30 0 0.19 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1483 0.12 OT8_14_60 1 0.19 S1T8_14_60 1 0.18 S2T8_14_60 1 0.16 S3T8_14_60 1 0.19 S1T8_14_60 1 CASE 6
Bm1534 0.13 OT8_13_120 1 0.19 S1T8_14_120 1 0.18 S2T8_14_120 1 0.16 S3T8_14_120 1 0.19 S1T8_14_120 1 CASE 6
Bm1536 0.13 OT8_14_60 1 0.19 S1T8_14_60 1 0.18 S2T8_14_60 1 0.16 S3T8_14_60 1 0.19 S1T8_14_60 1 CASE 6
Bm1421 0.11 OT8_1_210 1 0.18 S1T8_12_30 1 0.17 S2T8_12_30 1 0.14 S3T8_12_30 1 0.18 S1T8_12_30 1 CASE 6
Bm1436 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.18 S1T8_12_30 0 0.18 S2T8_12_30 0 0.14 S3T8_12_30 0 0.18 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1502 0.12 OT8_14_0 1 0.17 S1T8_14_0 1 0.18 S2T8_14_0 1 0.16 S3T8_14_0 1 0.18 S2T8_14_0 1 CASE 7
Bm1524 0.14 OT8_13_60 1 0.18 S1T8_13_60 1 0.18 S2T8_13_60 1 0.17 S3T8_13_60 1 0.18 S1T8_13_60 1 CASE 6
Bm1847 0.14 OT8_13_90 1 0.18 S1T8_13_90 1 0.17 S2T8_13_90 1 0.17 S3T8_13_90 1 0.18 S1T8_13_90 1 CASE 6
Bm222 0.17 OT8_12_120 0 0.17 S1T8_12_120 0 0.17 S2T8_12_120 0 0.17 S3T8_12_120 0 0.17 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm226 0.17 OT8_12_120 0 0.17 S1T8_12_120 0 0.17 S2T8_12_120 0 0.17 S3T8_12_120 0 0.17 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1486 0.1 OT8_9_210 0 0.17 S1T8_9_180 0 0.15 S2T8_9_180 0 0.12 S3T8_9_210 0 0.17 S1T8_9_180 0 CASE 6
Bm236 0.13 OT8_9_60 1 0.15 S1T8_9_60 1 0.14 S2T8_9_60 1 0.16 S3T8_9_60 1 0.16 S3T8_9_60 1 CASE 8
Bm244 0.12 OT8_1_180 0 0.16 S1T8_12_30 0 0.16 S2T8_12_30 0 0.14 S3T8_1_180 0 0.16 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm286 0.12 OT8_13_60 0 0.16 S1T8_14_60 1 0.15 S2T8_14_60 1 0.14 S3T8_13_60 0 0.16 S1T8_14_60 1 CASE 6
Bm320 0.11 OT8_4_90 0 0.16 S1T8_4_90 0 0.15 S2T8_4_90 0 0.13 S3T8_4_90 0 0.16 S1T8_4_90 0 CASE 6
Bm1984 0.07 OT8_9_180 0 0.16 S1T8_9_180 0 0.14 S2T8_9_180 0 0.1 S3T8_12_0 0 0.16 S1T8_9_180 0 CASE 6
Bm221 0.11 OT8_4_90 0 0.15 S1T8_4_90 0 0.14 S2T8_4_90 0 0.14 S3T8_4_90 0 0.15 S1T8_4_90 0 CASE 6
Bm232 0.1 OT8_1_210 0 0.15 S1T8_12_30 0 0.15 S2T8_12_30 0 0.12 S3T8_12_30 0 0.15 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm322 0.1 OT8_9_60 0 0.15 S1T8_9_90 0 0.15 S2T8_9_90 0 0.13 S3T8_9_60 0 0.15 S1T8_9_90 0 CASE 6
Bm1425 0.12 OT8_1_180 1 0.15 S1T8_12_30 0 0.15 S2T8_12_30 0 0.14 S3T8_1_210 1 0.15 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1459 0.09 OT8_1_210 1 0.15 S1T8_12_30 1 0.14 S2T8_12_30 1 0.12 S3T8_12_30 1 0.15 S1T8_12_30 1 CASE 6
Bm1492 0.09 OT8_13_0 1 0.15 S1T8_1_150 0 0.13 S2T8_12_0 0 0.11 S3T8_12_0 0 0.15 S1T8_1_150 0 CASE 6
Bm1522 0.1 OT8_12_150 1 0.15 S1T8_12_150 1 0.14 S2T8_12_150 1 0.12 S3T8_12_150 1 0.15 S1T8_12_150 1 CASE 6
Bm208 0.09 OT8_1_210 0 0.14 S1T8_12_30 0 0.14 S2T8_12_30 0 0.11 S3T8_12_30 0 0.14 S1T8_12_30 0 CASE 6
Bm1432 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.14 S1T8_1_90 1 0.13 S2T8_1_90 1 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.14 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1454 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.14 S1T8_12_120 0 0.13 S2T8_12_120 0 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.14 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1473 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.14 S1T8_12_120 0 0.13 S2T8_12_120 0 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.14 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm210 0.1 OT8_1_180 0 0.13 S1T8_1_180 0 0.12 S2T8_1_210 0 0.11 S3T8_1_180 0 0.13 S1T8_1_180 0 CASE 6
Bm254 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.13 S1T8_12_120 0 0.13 S2T8_12_120 0 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1431 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.13 S1T8_12_120 0 0.13 S2T8_12_120 0 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1433 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.13 S1T8_12_120 0 0.13 S2T8_12_120 0 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1437 0.09 OT8_1_180 1 0.13 S1T8_12_30 1 0.13 S2T8_12_30 1 0.11 S3T8_1_210 1 0.13 S1T8_12_30 1 CASE 6
Bm1469 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 0.13 S1T8_12_120 0 0.13 S2T8_12_120 0 0.13 S3T8_12_120 0 0.13 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1829 0.1 OT8_12_120 0 0.13 S1T8_12_120 1 0.12 S2T8_12_120 1 0.11 S3T8_12_120 1 0.13 S1T8_12_120 1 CASE 6
Bm1832 0.1 OT8_1_60 0 0.13 S1T8_1_60 0 0.12 S2T8_1_60 0 0.12 S3T8_1_60 0 0.13 S1T8_1_60 0 CASE 6
Bm1981 0.08 OT8_4_90 1 0.13 S1T8_4_90 1 0.13 S2T8_4_90 1 0.1 S3T8_4_90 1 0.13 S1T8_4_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1987 0.08 OT8_4_90 0 0.13 S1T8_4_90 0 0.13 S2T8_4_120 0 0.1 S3T8_4_90 0 0.13 S1T8_4_90 0 CASE 6
Bm251 0.12 OT8_12_120 0 0.12 S1T8_12_120 0 0.12 S2T8_12_120 0 0.12 S3T8_12_120 0 0.12 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1533 0.08 OT8_4_90 0 0.12 S1T8_4_90 0 0.12 S2T8_4_90 0 0.1 S3T8_4_90 0 0.12 S1T8_4_90 0 CASE 6
Bm1535 0.08 OT8_9_90 0 0.12 S1T8_9_90 0 0.11 S2T8_9_90 0 0.1 S3T8_9_90 0 0.12 S1T8_9_90 0 CASE 6
Bm1830 0.08 OT8_4_90 1 0.12 S1T8_4_120 1 0.11 S2T8_4_90 1 0.1 S3T8_4_90 1 0.12 S1T8_4_120 1 CASE 6
Bm1831 0.09 OT8_4_60 0 0.12 S1T8_1_60 0 0.11 S2T8_1_60 0 0.11 S3T8_1_60 0 0.12 S1T8_1_60 0 CASE 6
Bm199005 0.12 OT8_12_120 0 0.12 S1T8_12_120 0 0.12 S2T8_12_120 0 0.12 S3T8_12_120 0 0.12 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm219 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.11 S1T8_1_120 0 0.1 S2T8_1_120 0 0.1 S3T8_1_120 0 0.11 S1T8_1_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1428 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 0.11 S1T8_1_120 0 0.1 S2T8_1_120 0 0.1 S3T8_1_120 0 0.11 S1T8_1_120 0 CASE 6
Bm199006 0.11 OT8_12_120 0 0.11 S1T8_12_120 0 0.11 S2T8_12_120 0 0.11 S3T8_12_120 0 0.11 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1418 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1422 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1988 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 0.1 S2T8_12_120 0 0.1 S3T8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm1989 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 0.1 S2T8_12_120 0 0.1 S3T8_12_120 0 0.1 S1T8_12_120 0 CASE 6
Bm256 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.09 S1T8_1_90 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm258 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.09 S1T8_4_90 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1430 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.09 S1T8_12_120 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1471 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.09 S1T8_12_120 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1990 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.09 S1T8_12_120 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1991 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 0.09 S1T8_12_120 0 0.09 S2T8_12_120 0 0.09 S3T8_12_120 0 0.09 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1992 0.09 OT8_12_120 1 0.09 S1T8_12_120 1 0.09 S2T8_12_120 1 0.09 S3T8_12_120 1 0.09 OT8_12_120 1 CASE 5
Bm220 0.07 OT8_12_90 1 0.08 S1T8_12_90 1 0.08 S2T8_12_90 1 0.08 S3T8_12_90 1 0.08 S1T8_12_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1426 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.08 S1T8_4_60 0 0.07 S2T8_12_120 0 0.07 S3T8_12_120 0 0.08 S1T8_4_60 0 CASE 6
Bm1438 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.08 S1T8_1_90 1 0.08 S2T8_1_90 1 0.08 S3T8_1_90 1 0.08 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
Bm1460 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.08 S1T8_4_90 1 0.07 S2T8_4_90 1 0.07 S3T8_12_120 0 0.08 S1T8_4_90 1 CASE 6
Bm207 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.07 S1T8_12_120 0 0.07 S2T8_12_120 0 0.07 S3T8_12_120 0 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm209 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.07 S1T8_12_120 0 0.07 S2T8_12_120 0 0.07 S3T8_12_120 0 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1419 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.07 S1T8_12_120 0 0.07 S2T8_12_120 0 0.07 S3T8_12_120 0 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1423 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 0.07 S1T8_12_120 0 0.07 S2T8_12_120 0 0.07 S3T8_12_120 0 0.07 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm214 0.05 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 CASE 6
Bm217 0.06 OT8_12_120 0 0.06 S1T8_12_120 0 0.06 S2T8_12_120 0 0.06 S3T8_12_120 0 0.06 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm211 0.05 OT8_12_120 0 0.05 S1T8_12_120 0 0.05 S2T8_12_120 0 0.05 S3T8_12_120 0 0.05 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1439 0.05 OT8_12_120 0 0.05 S1T8_12_120 0 0.05 S2T8_12_120 0 0.05 S3T8_12_120 0 0.05 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1461 0.05 OT8_12_120 0 0.05 S1T8_12_120 0 0.05 S2T8_12_120 0 0.05 S3T8_12_120 0 0.05 OT8_12_120 0 CASE 5
Summary UF
East Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member Names and Location
East Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member Names and Location
East Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member Names and Location
Detailed Design of Retrofit Conductors on East & West Espoir Platforms
East & West Espoir Strength & Fatigue Analysis Report


Report No: ESP-ATK-ST-REP-0121 Rev A1/5087631-005-ER-01 Rev A1
Issue Date: April 2010
Page F-44








Appendix F
Local Design Installation & In-Place Results for
West Espoir

West Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
WTBm1219 0.08 OPR_210 0.5 0.08 OPR_210 0.5 0.08 OPR_210 0.5 1.73 OPR_60 0.5 0.64 OPR_60 0.5 1.73 OPR_60 0.5 CASE 4 0.64 OPR_60 0.5 CASE 4
WTBm35 0.12 OPR_30 0.5 1.15 OPR_90 0.5 0.526874033 OPR_90 0.5 0.19 OPR_0 0.5 0.17 OPR_0 0.5 1.15 OPR_90 0.5 CASE 2 0.53 OPR_90 0.5 CASE 2
Bm1802 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.79 OPR_30 1 0.18 OPR_0 1 0.79 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
WTBm37 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.78 OPR_90 0 0.78 OPR_90 0 CASE 4
WTBm1594 0.12 OPR_210 0.5 0.11 OPR_210 0.5 0.77 OPR_0 0.5 0.14 OPR_0 0.5 0.77 OPR_0 0.5 CASE 3
WTBm1220 0.08 OPR_210 0 0.08 OPR_210 0 0.08 OPR_210 0 0.77 OPR_90 0 0.77 OPR_90 0 CASE 4
Bm1806 0.09 OPR_120 1 0.09 OPR_120 1 0.09 OPR_120 1 0.73 OPR_60 1 0.73 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
WTBm1416 0.15 OPR_30 0 0.15 OPR_30 0 0.15 OPR_30 0 0.71 OPR_30 0 0.71 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
WTBm46 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.68 OPR_180 0 0.68 OPR_180 0 CASE 4
Bm1610 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.66 OPR_30 0 0.66 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
WTBm60 0.22 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 0.24 OPR_30 0 0.23 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 CASE 2
WTBm52 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 0.6 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
Bm1792 0.14 OPR_30 1 0.58 OPR_210 1 0.23 OPR_0 1 0.19 OPR_0 1 0.58 OPR_210 1 CASE 2
Bm1801 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.58 OPR_180 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 0.58 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
WTBm1389 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.58 OPR_150 0 0.58 OPR_150 0 CASE 4
WTBm48 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.56 OPR_30 0 0.56 OPR_30 0 CASE 4
Bm1798 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.55 OPR_210 0 0.2 OPR_0 0 0.16 OPR_0 0 0.55 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
WTBm61 0.27 OPR_30 1 0.55 OPR_30 1 0.28 OPR_30 1 0.28 OPR_30 1 0.55 OPR_30 1 CASE 2
Bm1805 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.55 OPR_30 1 0.55 OPR_30 1 CASE 4
Bm1611 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.52 OPR_150 0 0.52 OPR_150 0 CASE 4
WTBm6 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.51 OPR_150 0 0.51 OPR_150 0 CASE 4
WTBm14 0.21 OPR_180 0 0.5 OPR_180 0 0.22 OPR_180 0 0.21 OPR_180 0 0.5 OPR_180 0 CASE 2
WTBm1419 0.17 OPR_30 0 0.17 OPR_30 0 0.5 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_30 0 0.5 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
WTBm1218 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.49 OPR_210 1 0.49 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
WTBm36 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.47 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_150 1 0.13 OPR_150 1 0.47 OPR_30 0 CASE 2
WTBm15 0.27 OPR_180 1 0.47 OPR_180 1 0.27 OPR_180 1 0.27 OPR_180 1 0.47 OPR_180 1 CASE 2
WTBm2 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.46 OPR_150 0 0.46 OPR_150 0 CASE 4
WTBm49 0.21 OPR_30 0 0.21 OPR_30 0 0.45 OPR_30 0 0.21 OPR_30 0 0.45 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
WTBm34 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.43 OPR_90 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.12 OPR_30 0 0.43 OPR_90 0 CASE 2
Bm1603 0.18 OPR_30 1 0.18 OPR_30 1 0.43 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_30 1 0.43 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm1804 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.42 OPR_0 0 0.42 OPR_0 0 CASE 4
WTBm1393 0.16 OPR_150 0 0.16 OPR_150 0 0.42 OPR_150 0 0.16 OPR_150 0 0.42 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm1405 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.42 OPR_270 1 0.42 OPR_270 1 CASE 4
WTBm55 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.41 OPR_30 0 0.14 OPR_30 0 0.41 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
Bm1800 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.4 OPR_180 0 0.06 OPR_90 0 0.4 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
WTBm39 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.4 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.4 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm1595 0.07 OPR_0 0 0.07 OPR_0 0 0.4 OPR_0 0 0.09 OPR_0 0 0.4 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm51 0.27 OPR_0 0 0.39 OPR_0 0 0.27 OPR_0 0 0.27 OPR_0 0 0.39 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
Bm1790 0 OPR_0 0 0.38 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_30 0 0.07 OPR_30 0 0.38 OPR_180 0 CASE 2
WTBm3 0.21 OPR_150 0 0.21 OPR_150 0 0.38 OPR_150 0 0.21 OPR_150 0 0.38 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm1414 0.22 OPR_0 0 0.37 OPR_0 0 0.23 OPR_0 0 0.23 OPR_0 0 0.37 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
WTBm38 0.1 OPR_210 0 0.1 OPR_210 0 0.37 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_210 0 0.37 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
WTBm1415 0.21 OPR_0 1 0.36 OPR_30 0 0.21 OPR_0 1 0.21 OPR_0 1 0.36 OPR_30 0 CASE 2
Bm1604 0.16 OPR_150 1 0.16 OPR_150 1 0.36 OPR_150 0 0.16 OPR_150 1 0.36 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm57 0 19 OPR 30 1 0 35 OPR 30 0 0 2 OPR 0 0 0 19 OPR 0 0 0 35 OPR 30 0 CASE 2
WEST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - INSTALLATION CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
SUMMARY - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 1 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 4 - 25 t IMPACT SUMMARY - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 4 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT
WTBm57 0.19 OPR_30 1 0.35 OPR_30 0 0.2 OPR_0 0 0.19 OPR_0 0 0.35 OPR_30 0 CASE 2
WTBm10 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.13 OPR_150 0 0.35 OPR_150 0 0.13 OPR_150 0 0.35 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm1236 0.07 OPR_0 0 0.07 OPR_0 0 0.35 OPR_0 0 0.08 OPR_0 0 0.35 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm1388 0.19 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_180 0 0.2 OPR_210 0 0.2 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_180 0 CASE 2
WTBm54 0.2 OPR_0 1 0.31 OPR_0 0 0.2 OPR_0 1 0.21 OPR_0 1 0.31 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
WTBm5 0.24 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_210 0 0.24 OPR_210 0 0.24 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
WTBm1387 0.21 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_210 0 0.22 OPR_210 0 0.22 OPR_210 0 0.31 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
WTBm19 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.31 OPR_270 0 0.31 OPR_270 0 CASE 4
WTBm172 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.31 OPR_120 1 0.31 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
WTBm20 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.23 OPR_120 0 0.29 OPR_270 0 0.29 OPR_270 0 CASE 4
WTBm11 0.2 OPR_210 0 0.28 OPR_210 0 0.2 OPR_210 0 0.2 OPR_210 0 0.28 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
WTBm1412 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.28 OPR_30 0 0.13 OPR_30 0 0.28 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
WTBm1409 0.07 OPR_210 1 0.07 OPR_210 1 0.07 OPR_210 1 0.28 OPR_210 1 0.28 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
WTBm9 0.19 OPR_210 1 0.27 OPR_210 0 0.2 OPR_210 1 0.2 OPR_210 1 0.27 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
WTBm58 0.19 OPR_330 1 0.27 OPR_330 1 0.19 OPR_330 1 0.19 OPR_330 1 0.27 OPR_330 1 CASE 2
WTBm1411 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.27 OPR_30 1 0.27 OPR_30 1 CASE 4
WTBm171 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_120 0 0.26 OPR_60 1 0.26 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
WTBm1385 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.24 OPR_150 0 0.12 OPR_150 0 0.24 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
Bm1796 0.04 OPR_30 0 0.23 OPR_30 1 0.06 OPR_30 0 0.05 OPR_30 0 0.23 OPR_30 1 CASE 2
WTBm21 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_270 0 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.23 OPR_270 0 CASE 3
WTBm1235 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.23 OPR_90 0 0.09 OPR_180 1 0.23 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
WTBm12 0.19 OPR_210 1 0.22 OPR_210 1 0.19 OPR_210 1 0.19 OPR_210 1 0.22 OPR_210 1 CASE 2
WTBm22 0.15 OPR_270 0 0.15 OPR_270 0 0.22 OPR_270 0 0.15 OPR_270 0 0.22 OPR_270 0 CASE 3
WTBm1222 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.22 OPR_60 0 0.22 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
WTBm1224 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_90 0 0.22 OPR_120 1 0.22 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
WTBm1292 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.22 OPR_0 1 0.05 OPR_0 1 0.22 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
WTBm44 0.07 OPR_210 1 0.07 OPR_210 1 0.21 OPR_180 1 0.08 OPR_180 1 0.21 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
WTBm1384 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.21 OPR_150 1 0.21 OPR_150 1 CASE 4
WTBm1223 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 0.2 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
WTBm1417 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.2 OPR_30 0 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.2 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
WTBm1407 0.06 OPR_0 1 0.06 OPR_0 1 0.2 OPR_90 0 0.06 OPR_0 1 0.2 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
Bm1794 0.07 OPR_30 0 0.19 OPR_210 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.09 OPR_0 0 0.19 OPR_210 0 CASE 2
WTBm1252 0.07 OPR_150 0 0.07 OPR_150 0 0.19 OPR_0 0 0.07 OPR_150 0 0.19 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm156 0.07 OPR_0 1 0.18 OPR_270 0.5 0.08 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_270 0.5 0.18 OPR_270 0.5 CASE 2
WTBm157 0.09 OPR_0 0 0.18 OPR_0 0 0.09 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.18 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
WTBm26 0.1 OPR_270 0.5 0.1 OPR_270 0.5 0.1 OPR_270 0.5 0.18 OPR_270 0.83 0.18 OPR_270 0.83 CASE 4
WTBm1213 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.18 OPR_210 0 0.18 OPR_210 0 CASE 4
WTBm53 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_30 0 0.09 OPR_30 0 0.18 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
WTBm1406 0.06 OPR_210 1 0.06 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_90 0 0.06 OPR_210 1 0.18 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
WTBm1217 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.18 OPR_180 1 0.18 OPR_180 1 CASE 4
Summary UF
All UFs are below 1.0 when
impact load is reduced to 15 t
West Espoir Jacket - Installation Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
WEST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - INSTALLATION CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
SUMMARY - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 1 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 3 - 25 t IMPACT CASE 4 - 25 t IMPACT SUMMARY - 25 t IMPACT CASE 2 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT CASE 4 - MODIFIED FOR 15 t IMPACT
WTBm1291 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.18 OPR_180 1 0.05 OPR_180 1 0.18 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
WTBm1225 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_180 0 0.17 OPR_180 0 CASE 4
WTBm1210 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_60 1 0.17 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
WTBm1215 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
WTBm1216 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_210 0 0.17 OPR_210 0 CASE 4
WTBm1209 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_180 0 0.17 OPR_180 0 CASE 4
WTBm1212 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 1 0.17 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
WTBm1214 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
WTBm1231 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.17 OPR_270 0 0.17 OPR_270 0 CASE 4
WTBm33 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.15 OPR_210 0 0.15 OPR_180 0 0.16 OPR_210 0 0.16 OPR_210 0 CASE 1
WTBm153 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.15 OPR_0 1 0.16 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
WTBm1221 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 0 0.16 OPR_60 0 0.16 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
WTBm154 0.06 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_30 1 0.07 OPR_30 0 0.07 OPR_30 0 0.16 OPR_30 1 CASE 2
WTBm1390 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.16 OPR_150 0 0.11 OPR_150 1 0.16 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm1397 0.1 OPR_270 1 0.1 OPR_270 1 0.1 OPR_270 1 0.16 OPR_270 1 0.16 OPR_270 1 CASE 4
WTBm1211 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.16 OPR_120 1 0.16 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
WTBm1418 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.16 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.16 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
WTBm155 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.15 OPR_150 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.15 OPR_150 1 CASE 2
WTBm1226 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 0 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.15 OPR_0 0 CASE 4
WTBm1248 0.08 OPR_180 0 0.07 OPR_180 0 0.15 OPR_180 0 0.08 OPR_180 0 0.15 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
WTBm158 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.08 OPR_270 1 0.15 OPR_0 0 CASE 2
WTBm1253 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.15 OPR_0 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.15 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm1596 0.07 OPR_90 0 0.08 OPR_90 0 0.15 OPR_270 1 0.08 OPR_90 0.25 0.15 OPR_270 1 CASE 3
WTBm152 0.13 OPR_0 0 0.14 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_0 0 0.14 OPR_0 0 0.14 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
WTBm1208 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.14 OPR_210 1 0.14 OPR_210 1 CASE 4
WTBm1232 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.14 OPR_240 0 0.14 OPR_240 0 CASE 4
WTBm1290 0.06 OPR_120 1 0.06 OPR_120 1 0.14 OPR_90 0 0.07 OPR_120 1 0.14 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
WTBm7 0.07 OPR_150 0 0.07 OPR_150 0 0.14 OPR_150 0 0.08 OPR_150 0 0.14 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm1259 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.14 OPR_0 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.14 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm1593 0.05 OPR_120 1 0.05 OPR_120 1 0.05 OPR_120 1 0.14 OPR_120 1 0.14 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
WTBm150 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.13 OPR_30 1 0.12 OPR_30 1 0.13 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
WTBm31 0.13 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_0 1 0.13 OPR_0 1 CASE 1
WTBm506 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_210 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_210 0 CASE 3
WTBm1256 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_0 1 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
WTBm1398 0.1 OPR_270 1 0.1 OPR_270 1 0.1 OPR_270 1 0.13 OPR_270 1 0.13 OPR_270 1 CASE 4
WTBm1228 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_60 0 0.13 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
WTBm1227 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_180 0 0.13 OPR_180 0 CASE 4
WTBm1230 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_120 1 0.13 OPR_120 1 CASE 4
WTBm1249 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_210 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.13 OPR_210 0 CASE 3
WTBm1229 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_120 0 CASE 4
WTBm1241 0.06 OPR_180 0 0.07 OPR_180 0 0.12 OPR_180 0 0.07 OPR_180 0 0.12 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
WTBm1289 0.06 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.12 OPR_60 0 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.12 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
WTBm1258 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_210 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.12 OPR_210 0 CASE 3
WTBm1391 0.09 OPR_150 1 0.09 OPR_150 1 0.12 OPR_150 1 0.09 OPR_150 1 0.12 OPR_150 1 CASE 3
WTBm1597 0 06 OPR 270 0 0 06 OPR 270 0 0 12 OPR 270 1 0 06 OPR 90 0 0 12 OPR 270 1 CASE 3 WTBm1597 0.06 OPR_270 0 0.06 OPR_270 0 0.12 OPR_270 1 0.06 OPR_90 0 0.12 OPR_270 1 CASE 3
Bm1788 0.07 OPR_90 1 0.11 OPR_270 1 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.07 OPR_270 1 0.11 OPR_270 1 CASE 2
WTBm29 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.08 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 0.11 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
WTBm24 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 0.11 OPR_0 0 CASE 1
WTBm1251 0.05 OPR_150 1 0.05 OPR_150 1 0.11 OPR_120 1 0.06 OPR_120 1 0.11 OPR_120 1 CASE 3
WTBm151 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.11 OPR_0 1 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.11 OPR_0 1 CASE 2
WTBm1247 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_120 1 0.08 OPR_90 0 0.11 OPR_120 1 CASE 3
WTBm1399 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_270 0 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_270 0 CASE 3
WTBm1400 0.08 OPR_270 0 0.08 OPR_270 0 0.11 OPR_270 0 0.08 OPR_270 0 0.11 OPR_270 0 CASE 3
WTBm1598 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_210 1 0.08 OPR_210 1 0.11 OPR_210 1 CASE 3
WTBm1250 0.05 OPR_180 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_150 0 0.05 OPR_90 1 0.11 OPR_150 0 CASE 3
WTBm1246 0.06 OPR_90 0 0.06 OPR_90 0 0.11 OPR_270 1 0.06 OPR_90 1 0.11 OPR_270 1 CASE 3
WTBm1254 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.11 OPR_30 0 0.05 OPR_90 1 0.11 OPR_30 0 CASE 3
WTBm1592 0.05 OPR_60 1 0.05 OPR_60 1 0.06 OPR_60 1 0.11 OPR_60 1 0.11 OPR_60 1 CASE 4
WTBm30 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.09 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 0.1 OPR_30 1 CASE 3
WTBm1233 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_60 0 0.1 OPR_60 0 CASE 4
WTBm1403 0.08 OPR_0 1 0.08 OPR_0 1 0.1 OPR_0 1 0.08 OPR_0 1 0.1 OPR_0 1 CASE 3
WTBm1234 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_120 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 CASE 4
WTBm1237 0.06 OPR_180 0 0.06 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 0.06 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
WTBm507 0.06 OPR_0 0 0.06 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 0 0.06 OPR_0 0 0.1 OPR_0 0 CASE 3
WTBm508 0.07 OPR_180 0 0.07 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 0.07 OPR_180 0 0.1 OPR_180 0 CASE 3
WTBm1244 0.04 OPR_180 1 0.04 OPR_60 1 0.1 OPR_60 0 0.04 OPR_60 1 0.1 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
Bm1803 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
WTBm149 0.09 OPR_210 1 0.09 OPR_210 1 0.09 OPR_210 1 0.09 OPR_210 1 0.09 OPR_210 1 CASE 1
WTBm1245 0.07 OPR_60 0 0.07 OPR_60 0 0.09 OPR_60 1 0.08 OPR_60 0 0.09 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
WTBm1238 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_60 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
WTBm1239 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_90 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_90 0 CASE 3
WTBm1240 0.04 OPR_120 0 0.04 OPR_150 1 0.09 OPR_150 1 0.04 OPR_120 1 0.09 OPR_150 1 CASE 3
WTBm1242 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_120 0 CASE 3
WTBm1243 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_60 0 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.09 OPR_60 0 CASE 3
WTBm1255 0.06 OPR_60 1 0.06 OPR_60 1 0.08 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.08 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
WTBm173 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
WTBm174 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 0.08 OPR_120 0 CASE 1
WTBm198 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.07 OPR_90 1 0.08 OPR_90 1 0.08 OPR_90 1 CASE 1
Bm1799 0.06 OPR_90 1 0.07 OPR_90 1 0.05 OPR_120 0 0.06 OPR_90 1 0.07 OPR_90 1 CASE 2
WTBm199 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.07 OPR_60 1 CASE 1
WTBm1425 0.03 OPR_120 0 0.03 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_60 1 0.03 OPR_120 0 0.07 OPR_60 1 CASE 3
WTBm27 0.05 OPR_0 0 0.05 OPR_0 0 0.05 OPR_0 1 0.04 OPR_0 0 0.05 OPR_0 0 CASE 1
WTBm1257 0.05 OPR_210 0 0.05 OPR_210 0 0.05 OPR_210 1 0.05 OPR_210 0 0.05 OPR_210 0 CASE 1
WTBm1424 0.03 OPR_120 0 0.03 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_180 1 0.03 OPR_120 0 0.05 OPR_180 1 CASE 3
Summary UF
West Espoir Jacket Installation Case Results
Member Names and Location
West Espoir Jacket Installation Case Results
Member Names and Location
West Espoir Jacket Installation Case Results
Member Names and Location
West Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
Bm1792 0.44 OT8_9_0 1 0.51 S1T8_9_0 1 0.52 S2T8_9_0 1 0.44 S3T8_9_0 1 0.52 S2T8_9_0 1 CASE 7
Bm1802 0.25 OT8_9_180 1 0.45 S1T8_9_180 1 0.38 S2T8_9_180 1 0.27 S3T8_12_0 1 0.45 S1T8_9_180 1 CASE 6
Bm1798 0.38 OT8_9_0 0 0.44 S1T8_9_0 1 0.44 S2T8_9_0 0 0.38 S3T8_9_0 0 0.44 S1T8_9_0 1 CASE 6
WTBm61 0.43 OT8_1_90 1 0.36 S1T8_1_90 1 0.36 S2T8_1_90 1 0.35 S3T8_1_90 1 0.43 OT8_1_90 1 CASE 5
WTBm35 0.33 OT8_1_0 0.5 0.38 S1T8_14_30 0.5 0.37 S2T8_1_0 0.5 0.32 S3T8_1_0 0.5 0.38 S1T8_14_30 0.5 CASE 6
Bm1801 0.23 OT8_12_0 1 0.38 S1T8_9_180 1 0.33 S2T8_9_180 1 0.24 S3T8_12_0 1 0.38 S1T8_9_180 1 CASE 6
WTBm15 0.38 OT8_14_150 1 0.3 S1T8_9_150 1 0.3 S2T8_9_150 1 0.29 S3T8_9_150 1 0.38 OT8_14_150 1 CASE 5
WTBm60 0.37 OT8_1_90 0 0.32 S1T8_1_90 0 0.31 S2T8_1_90 0 0.3 S3T8_1_90 0 0.37 OT8_1_90 0 CASE 5
WTBm33 0.36 OT8_4_0 0 0.34 S1T8_4_0 0 0.33 S2T8_4_0 0 0.3 S3T8_4_0 0 0.36 OT8_4_0 0 CASE 5
WTBm1415 0.35 OT8_1_0 1 0.3 S1T8_1_0 1 0.29 S2T8_1_0 1 0.29 S3T8_1_0 1 0.35 OT8_1_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm14 0.33 OT8_14_150 0 0.27 S1T8_14_150 0 0.27 S2T8_14_150 0 0.26 S3T8_9_150 0 0.33 OT8_14_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm54 0.32 OT8_1_0 1 0.25 S1T8_1_0 1 0.25 S2T8_1_0 1 0.26 S3T8_1_0 1 0.32 OT8_1_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm150 0.28 OT8_14_30 0 0.32 S1T8_14_30 0 0.3 S2T8_14_30 0 0.26 S3T8_14_30 0 0.32 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
WTBm3 0.32 OT8_12_150 0 0.27 S1T8_12_150 0 0.27 S2T8_12_150 0 0.26 S3T8_12_150 0 0.32 OT8_12_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm49 0.32 OT8_9_30 0 0.27 S1T8_9_30 0 0.27 S2T8_9_30 0 0.26 S3T8_9_30 0 0.32 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm31 0.31 OT8_4_0 1 0.32 S1T8_4_0 1 0.3 S2T8_4_0 1 0.27 S3T8_4_0 1 0.32 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
WTBm57 0.31 OT8_12_150 1 0.28 S1T8_12_150 1 0.27 S2T8_12_150 1 0.26 S3T8_12_150 1 0.31 OT8_12_150 1 CASE 5
WTBm9 0.29 OT8_9_210 1 0.27 S1T8_9_210 1 0.26 S2T8_9_210 1 0.24 S3T8_9_210 1 0.29 OT8_9_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm11 0.29 OT8_9_210 0 0.26 S1T8_9_210 0 0.26 S2T8_9_210 0 0.23 S3T8_9_210 0 0.29 OT8_9_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm58 0.29 OT8_1_0 1 0.24 S1T8_1_150 1 0.23 S2T8_1_150 1 0.22 S3T8_1_0 1 0.29 OT8_1_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm1419 0.29 OT8_9_30 0 0.24 S1T8_9_30 0 0.24 S2T8_9_30 0 0.23 S3T8_9_30 0 0.29 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
Bm1603 0.29 OT8_9_30 1 0.25 S1T8_9_30 1 0.25 S2T8_9_30 1 0.24 S3T8_9_30 1 0.29 OT8_9_30 1 CASE 5
WTBm152 0.27 OT8_1_0 1 0.29 S1T8_1_0 1 0.27 S2T8_1_0 1 0.25 S3T8_1_0 1 0.29 S1T8_1_0 1 CASE 6
WTBm19 0.29 OT8_4_270 0 0.23 S1T8_4_270 0 0.23 S2T8_4_270 0 0.22 S3T8_4_270 0 0.29 OT8_4_270 0 CASE 5
WTBm20 0.29 OT8_1_270 0 0.23 S1T8_1_270 0 0.23 S2T8_1_270 0 0.23 S3T8_1_270 0 0.29 OT8_1_270 0 CASE 5
WTBm1414 0.28 OT8_1_0 0 0.24 S1T8_1_0 0 0.23 S2T8_1_0 0 0.23 S3T8_1_0 0 0.28 OT8_1_0 0 CASE 5
WTBm51 0.28 OT8_1_0 0 0.25 S1T8_1_0 0 0.24 S2T8_1_0 0 0.23 S3T8_1_0 0 0.28 OT8_1_0 0 CASE 5
WTBm5 0.28 OT8_14_210 0 0.27 S1T8_14_210 0 0.26 S2T8_14_210 0 0.25 S3T8_14_210 0 0.28 OT8_14_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm12 0.28 OT8_9_210 1 0.25 S1T8_9_210 1 0.24 S2T8_9_210 1 0.22 S3T8_9_210 1 0.28 OT8_9_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm21 0.28 OT8_4_210 0 0.23 S1T8_4_210 0 0.23 S2T8_4_210 0 0.22 S3T8_4_210 0 0.28 OT8_4_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm34 0.25 OT8_14_30 0 0.27 S1T8_14_30 0 0.26 S2T8_14_30 0 0.23 S3T8_14_30 0 0.27 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
WTBm1388 0.27 OT8_9_210 1 0.27 S1T8_14_210 0 0.26 S2T8_14_210 0 0.23 S3T8_14_210 0 0.27 OT8_9_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm1594 0.21 OT8_9_210 0.5 0.27 S1T8_9_180 0.5 0.24 S2T8_9_180 0.5 0.19 S3T8_9_210 0.5 0.27 S1T8_9_180 0.5 CASE 6
WTBm1387 0.27 OT8_14_210 0 0.26 S1T8_14_210 0 0.25 S2T8_14_210 0 0.23 S3T8_14_210 0 0.27 OT8_14_210 0 CASE 5
Bm1604 0.27 OT8_12_150 1 0.23 S1T8_12_150 1 0.22 S2T8_12_150 1 0.21 S3T8_12_150 1 0.27 OT8_12_150 1 CASE 5
WTBm1393 0.26 OT8_12_150 0 0.23 S1T8_12_150 0 0.22 S2T8_12_150 0 0.21 S3T8_12_150 0 0.26 OT8_12_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm29 0.25 OT8_12_30 1 0.26 S1T8_4_30 1 0.24 S2T8_4_30 1 0.22 S3T8_4_30 1 0.26 S1T8_4_30 1 CASE 6
WTBm22 0.26 OT8_1_270 0 0.21 S1T8_1_270 0 0.21 S2T8_1_270 0 0.21 S3T8_1_270 0 0.26 OT8_1_270 0 CASE 5
Bm1794 0.21 OT8_9_0 0 0.25 S1T8_9_0 0 0.25 S2T8_9_0 0 0.21 S3T8_9_0 0 0.25 S1T8_9_0 0 CASE 6
WTBm1416 0.25 OT8_9_30 0 0.22 S1T8_9_30 0 0.21 S2T8_9_30 0 0.2 S3T8_9_30 0 0.25 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm155 0.2 OT8_13_30 1 0.24 S1T8_13_30 1 0.23 S2T8_13_30 1 0.19 S3T8_13_30 1 0.24 S1T8_13_30 1 CASE 6
Bm1610 0.24 OT8_9_30 0 0.21 S1T8_9_30 0 0.21 S2T8_9_30 0 0.2 S3T8_9_30 0 0.24 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm48 0.24 OT8_9_30 0 0.22 S1T8_9_30 0 0.21 S2T8_9_30 0 0.2 S3T8_9_30 0 0.24 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm24 0.24 OT8_12_30 0 0.21 S1T8_12_30 0 0.2 S2T8_12_30 0 0.19 S3T8_12_30 0 0.24 OT8_12_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm153 0.24 OT8_4_0 1 0.24 S1T8_4_0 1 0.23 S2T8_4_0 1 0.21 S3T8_4_0 1 0.24 OT8_4_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm36 0.23 OT8_13_150 1 0.22 S1T8_1_0 0 0.21 S2T8_1_0 0 0.2 S3T8_13_150 1 0.23 OT8_13_150 1 CASE 5
WTBm30 0.23 OT8_4_0 0 0.22 S1T8_4_30 1 0.2 S2T8_4_0 0 0.19 S3T8_4_0 0 0.23 OT8_4_0 0 CASE 5
Bm1611 0.23 OT8_1_120 0 0.19 S1T8_12_150 0 0.19 S2T8_12_150 0 0.18 S3T8_12_150 0 0.23 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm2 0.23 OT8_12_150 0 0.2 S1T8_12_150 0 0.19 S2T8_12_150 0 0.19 S3T8_12_150 0 0.23 OT8_12_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm1389 0.23 OT8_12_150 0 0.2 S1T8_12_150 0 0.19 S2T8_12_150 0 0.19 S3T8_12_150 0 0.23 OT8_12_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm55 0.22 OT8_9_30 0 0.19 S1T8_9_30 0 0.19 S2T8_9_30 0 0.18 S3T8_9_30 0 0.22 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm52 0.21 OT8_9_30 0 0.18 S1T8_9_30 0 0.18 S2T8_9_30 0 0.17 S3T8_9_30 0 0.21 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm1417 0.21 OT8_9_30 1 0.18 S1T8_9_30 1 0.17 S2T8_9_30 1 0.17 S3T8_9_30 1 0.21 OT8_9_30 1 CASE 5
WTBm1411 0.21 OT8_9_30 1 0.18 S1T8_9_30 1 0.18 S2T8_9_30 1 0.17 S3T8_9_30 1 0.21 OT8_9_30 1 CASE 5
WTBm10 0.2 OT8_12_150 0 0.18 S1T8_12_150 0 0.17 S2T8_12_150 0 0.16 S3T8_12_150 0 0.2 OT8_12_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm1412 0.2 OT8_9_30 0 0.17 S1T8_9_30 0 0.17 S2T8_9_30 0 0.16 S3T8_9_30 0 0.2 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm6 0.2 OT8_12_150 0 0.17 S1T8_12_150 0 0.16 S2T8_12_150 0 0.16 S3T8_12_150 0 0.2 OT8_12_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm149 0.2 OT8_4_210 0 0.19 S1T8_4_210 0 0.18 S2T8_4_210 0 0.17 S3T8_4_210 0 0.2 OT8_4_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm151 0.18 OT8_4_0 1 0.2 S1T8_4_0 1 0.18 S2T8_4_0 1 0.16 S3T8_4_0 1 0.2 S1T8_4_0 1 CASE 6
WTBm157 0.17 OT8_1_0 0 0.19 S1T8_1_0 0 0.18 S2T8_1_0 0 0.16 S3T8_1_0 0 0.19 S1T8_1_0 0 CASE 6
WTBm1385 0.19 OT8_13_150 0 0.16 S1T8_13_150 0 0.16 S2T8_13_150 0 0.15 S3T8_13_150 0 0.19 OT8_13_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm1384 0.19 OT8_12_150 1 0.16 S1T8_12_150 1 0.16 S2T8_12_150 1 0.16 S3T8_12_150 1 0.19 OT8_12_150 1 CASE 5
Bm1790 0.17 OT8_14_30 0 0.18 S1T8_14_30 0 0.18 S2T8_14_30 0 0.16 S3T8_14_30 0 0.18 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
WTBm1390 0.18 OT8_13_150 1 0.15 S1T8_13_150 1 0.15 S2T8_13_150 1 0.15 S3T8_13_150 1 0.18 OT8_13_150 1 CASE 5
WTBm506 0.18 OT8_4_210 1 0.15 S1T8_4_210 1 0.15 S2T8_4_210 1 0.14 S3T8_4_210 1 0.18 OT8_4_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm154 0.14 OT8_14_30 0 0.17 S1T8_14_30 0 0.16 S2T8_14_30 0 0.14 S3T8_14_30 0 0.17 S1T8_14_30 0 CASE 6
WTBm1256 0.17 OT8_4_270 1 0.14 S1T8_4_270 1 0.14 S2T8_4_270 1 0.13 S3T8_4_270 1 0.17 OT8_4_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm1397 0.17 OT8_1_270 1 0.14 S1T8_1_270 1 0.14 S2T8_1_270 1 0.14 S3T8_1_270 1 0.17 OT8_1_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm1598 0.17 OT8_4_210 1 0.14 S1T8_4_210 1 0.14 S2T8_4_210 1 0.14 S3T8_4_210 1 0.17 OT8_4_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm26 0.17 OT8_1_270 0.5 0.14 S1T8_1_270 0.5 0.14 S2T8_1_270 0.5 0.14 S3T8_1_270 0.5 0.17 OT8_1_270 0.5 CASE 5
WTBm1398 0.17 OT8_4_270 1 0.14 S1T8_4_270 1 0.14 S2T8_4_270 1 0.14 S3T8_4_270 1 0.17 OT8_4_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm1418 0.17 OT8_9_30 1 0.14 S1T8_9_30 1 0.14 S2T8_9_30 1 0.13 S3T8_9_30 1 0.17 OT8_9_30 1 CASE 5
WTBm156 0.14 OT8_14_30 0.5 0.16 S1T8_14_30 0.5 0.16 S2T8_14_30 0.5 0.14 S3T8_14_30 0.5 0.16 S1T8_14_30 0.5 CASE 6
WTBm38 0.16 OT8_1_210 0 0.14 S1T8_1_180 0 0.14 S2T8_1_210 0 0.13 S3T8_1_210 0 0.16 OT8_1_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm1399 0.16 OT8_1_210 1 0.13 S1T8_1_210 1 0.13 S2T8_1_210 1 0.12 S3T8_1_210 1 0.16 OT8_1_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm1403 0.16 OT8_4_270 1 0.13 S1T8_4_270 1 0.13 S2T8_4_270 1 0.13 S3T8_4_270 1 0.16 OT8_4_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm39 0.15 OT8_4_0 0 0.13 S1T8_4_0 0 0.13 S2T8_4_0 0 0.13 S3T8_4_0 0 0.15 OT8_4_0 0 CASE 5
WTBm53 0.15 OT8_9_30 0 0.13 S1T8_9_30 0 0.13 S2T8_9_30 0 0.12 S3T8_9_30 0 0.15 OT8_9_30 0 CASE 5
WTBm1400 0.15 OT8_1_270 0 0.12 S1T8_1_270 0 0.12 S2T8_1_270 0 0.12 S3T8_1_270 0 0.15 OT8_1_270 0 CASE 5
WTBm1391 0.15 OT8_13_150 1 0.12 S1T8_13_150 1 0.12 S2T8_13_150 1 0.12 S3T8_13_150 1 0.15 OT8_13_150 1 CASE 5
Bm1788 0.14 OT8_13_90 1 0.13 S1T8_13_90 1 0.12 S2T8_13_30 1 0.13 S3T8_13_90 1 0.14 OT8_13_90 1 CASE 5
Bm1796 0.12 OT8_9_30 0 0.14 S1T8_9_30 0 0.14 S2T8_9_30 0 0.12 S3T8_9_30 0 0.14 S1T8_9_30 0 CASE 6
WTBm1235 0.12 OT8_4_180 1 0.14 S1T8_4_180 1 0.12 S2T8_4_180 1 0.1 S3T8_4_180 1 0.14 S1T8_4_180 1 CASE 6
WTBm1252 0.08 OT8_1_150 0 0.13 S1T8_1_150 0 0.11 S2T8_1_150 0 0.09 S3T8_1_150 0 0.13 S1T8_1_150 0 CASE 6
WTBm1245 0.12 OT8_4_60 0 0.13 S1T8_4_60 0 0.12 S2T8_4_60 0 0.11 S3T8_4_60 0 0.13 S1T8_4_60 0 CASE 6
WTBm1247 0.12 OT8_4_120 0 0.13 S1T8_4_120 0 0.13 S2T8_4_120 0 0.1 S3T8_4_120 0 0.13 S1T8_4_120 0 CASE 6
WTBm158 0.12 OT8_4_270 1 0.13 S1T8_1_0 1 0.12 S2T8_1_0 1 0.11 S3T8_4_270 1 0.13 S1T8_1_0 1 CASE 6
WTBm1596 0.13 OT8_1_270 1 0.11 S1T8_4_90 0.33 0.11 S2T8_4_90 0.33 0.1 S3T8_1_270 1 0.13 OT8_1_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm7 0.13 OT8_13_150 0 0.11 S1T8_13_150 0 0.11 S2T8_13_150 0 0.11 S3T8_13_150 0 0.13 OT8_13_150 0 CASE 5
WTBm1225 0.13 OT8_1_120 0 0.1 S1T8_1_120 0 0.1 S2T8_1_120 0 0.1 S3T8_1_120 0 0.13 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1226 0.13 OT8_1_120 0 0.1 S1T8_1_120 0 0.1 S2T8_1_120 0 0.1 S3T8_1_120 0 0.13 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1248 0.09 OT8_1_180 0 0.12 S1T8_1_180 0 0.11 S2T8_1_210 0 0.09 S3T8_1_180 0 0.12 S1T8_1_180 0 CASE 6
WTBm1595 0.12 OT8_1_0 0 0.12 S1T8_1_0 0 0.12 S2T8_1_0 0 0.1 S3T8_1_0 0 0.12 OT8_1_0 0 CASE 5
WTBm44 0.11 OT8_4_180 1 0.12 S1T8_4_180 1 0.11 S2T8_4_180 1 0.09 S3T8_4_180 1 0.12 S1T8_4_180 1 CASE 6
WTBm1289 0.12 OT8_4_60 1 0.11 S1T8_4_60 1 0.11 S2T8_4_60 1 0.1 S3T8_4_60 1 0.12 OT8_4_60 1 CASE 5
WTBm1290 0.12 OT8_4_120 1 0.11 S1T8_4_120 1 0.12 S2T8_4_120 1 0.1 S3T8_4_120 1 0.12 OT8_4_120 1 CASE 5
WTBm198 0.12 OT8_1_90 1 0.11 S1T8_1_90 1 0.11 S2T8_1_90 1 0.1 S3T8_1_90 1 0.12 OT8_1_90 1 CASE 5
Bm1800 0.08 OT8_4_90 0 0.11 S1T8_4_90 0 0.11 S2T8_4_120 0 0.08 S3T8_4_90 0 0.11 S1T8_4_90 0 CASE 6
WEST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - IN SERVICE CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
SUMMARY CASE 5 CASE 6 CASE 7 CASE 8
Summary UF
West Espoir Jacket In Service Results
Member UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position UfTot LoadCase Position Worst Case
WEST ESPOIR DESIGN MODEL - IN SERVICE CASES
Maximum Member Utilisations (ufTot)
SUMMARY CASE 5 CASE 6 CASE 7 CASE 8
Bm1799 0.08 OT8_1_90 1 0.11 S1T8_1_90 1 0.11 S2T8_1_90 1 0.08 S3T8_1_90 1 0.11 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
WTBm1236 0.11 OT8_1_0 0 0.1 S1T8_1_0 0 0.1 S2T8_1_0 0 0.09 S3T8_1_0 0 0.11 OT8_1_0 0 CASE 5
WTBm1221 0.11 OT8_1_120 0 0.09 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.11 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1223 0.11 OT8_1_120 0 0.09 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.11 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm199 0.11 OT8_4_60 1 0.1 S1T8_4_60 1 0.1 S2T8_4_60 1 0.09 S3T8_4_60 1 0.11 OT8_4_60 1 CASE 5
WTBm1257 0.11 OT8_1_210 0 0.09 S1T8_1_210 0 0.09 S2T8_1_210 0 0.08 S3T8_1_210 0 0.11 OT8_1_210 0 CASE 5
Bm1805 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 0.08 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1255 0.08 OT8_1_60 1 0.1 S1T8_1_60 1 0.09 S2T8_1_60 1 0.08 S3T8_1_60 1 0.1 S1T8_1_60 1 CASE 6
WTBm37 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 0.08 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm46 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 0.08 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1241 0.07 OT8_9_150 0 0.1 S1T8_9_150 0 0.09 S2T8_9_150 0 0.07 S3T8_9_150 0 0.1 S1T8_9_150 0 CASE 6
WTBm1246 0.1 OT8_4_210 0 0.08 S1T8_1_90 0.75 0.08 S2T8_4_210 0 0.08 S3T8_4_210 0 0.1 OT8_4_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm1407 0.1 OT8_1_0 1 0.08 S1T8_1_0 1 0.08 S2T8_1_0 1 0.08 S3T8_1_0 1 0.1 OT8_1_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm1597 0.1 OT8_1_270 1 0.08 S1T8_1_330 1 0.08 S2T8_1_270 1 0.08 S3T8_1_270 1 0.1 OT8_1_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm171 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 0.08 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm172 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 0.08 S1T8_1_120 0 0.08 S2T8_1_120 0 0.08 S3T8_1_120 0 0.1 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm27 0.1 OT8_4_270 0 0.08 S1T8_4_270 0 0.08 S2T8_4_270 0 0.08 S3T8_4_270 0 0.1 OT8_4_270 0 CASE 5
Bm1806 0.09 OT8_1_120 1 0.07 S1T8_1_120 1 0.07 S2T8_1_120 1 0.07 S3T8_1_120 1 0.09 OT8_1_120 1 CASE 5
WTBm1219 0.09 OT8_12_0 0.5 0.08 S1T8_1_210 0.5 0.09 S2T8_4_300 0.5 0.07 S3T8_12_0 0.5 0.09 OT8_12_0 0.5 CASE 5
WTBm1251 0.07 OT8_4_120 1 0.09 S1T8_4_120 1 0.09 S2T8_4_120 1 0.07 S3T8_4_120 1 0.09 S1T8_4_120 1 CASE 6
Bm1803 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 0.07 S1T8_1_120 0 0.07 S2T8_1_120 0 0.07 S3T8_1_120 0 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
Bm1804 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 0.07 S1T8_1_120 0 0.07 S2T8_1_120 0 0.07 S3T8_1_120 0 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1258 0.08 OT8_1_60 1 0.09 S1T8_1_60 1 0.09 S2T8_1_60 1 0.07 S3T8_1_60 1 0.09 S1T8_1_60 1 CASE 6
WTBm1259 0.08 OT8_4_120 1 0.09 S1T8_4_120 1 0.09 S2T8_4_120 1 0.07 S3T8_4_120 1 0.09 S1T8_4_120 1 CASE 6
WTBm507 0.09 OT8_4_210 0 0.09 S1T8_4_210 0 0.09 S2T8_4_210 0 0.08 S3T8_4_210 0 0.09 OT8_4_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm1220 0.09 OT8_14_210 0 0.07 S1T8_14_270 0 0.07 S2T8_14_300 0 0.07 S3T8_14_210 0 0.09 OT8_14_210 0 CASE 5
WTBm1237 0.07 OT8_1_180 0 0.09 S1T8_1_180 0 0.08 S2T8_1_180 0 0.07 S3T8_1_180 0 0.09 S1T8_1_180 0 CASE 6
WTBm1406 0.09 OT8_4_210 1 0.09 S1T8_4_180 1 0.08 S2T8_4_210 1 0.08 S3T8_4_210 1 0.09 OT8_4_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm508 0.09 OT8_1_180 0 0.08 S1T8_1_180 0 0.08 S2T8_1_210 0 0.08 S3T8_1_180 0 0.09 OT8_1_180 0 CASE 5
WTBm1208 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 0.07 S1T8_1_120 0 0.07 S2T8_1_120 0 0.07 S3T8_1_120 0 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1213 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 0.07 S1T8_1_120 0 0.07 S2T8_1_120 0 0.07 S3T8_1_120 0 0.09 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1250 0.07 OT8_9_210 1 0.08 S1T8_4_60 1 0.08 S2T8_9_210 1 0.06 S3T8_9_210 1 0.08 S1T8_4_60 1 CASE 6
WTBm1254 0.06 OT8_1_90 1 0.08 S1T8_1_90 1 0.08 S2T8_1_120 1 0.06 S3T8_1_90 1 0.08 S1T8_1_90 1 CASE 6
WTBm1222 0.08 OT8_1_60 1 0.07 S1T8_1_60 1 0.06 S2T8_1_60 1 0.06 S3T8_1_60 1 0.08 OT8_1_60 1 CASE 5
WTBm1224 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.07 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_90 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1218 0.08 OT8_12_0 1 0.07 S1T8_13_210 1 0.07 S2T8_13_210 1 0.07 S3T8_12_0 1 0.08 OT8_12_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm1291 0.08 OT8_4_180 1 0.08 S1T8_4_180 1 0.07 S2T8_4_180 1 0.07 S3T8_4_180 1 0.08 OT8_4_180 1 CASE 5
WTBm1292 0.08 OT8_1_0 1 0.07 S1T8_1_0 1 0.07 S2T8_1_0 1 0.07 S3T8_1_0 1 0.08 OT8_1_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm1229 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1233 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm173 0.08 OT8_1_180 0 0.07 S1T8_1_180 0 0.06 S2T8_1_180 0 0.06 S3T8_1_180 0 0.08 OT8_1_180 0 CASE 5
WTBm174 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_4_0 0 0.06 S2T8_4_0 0 0.06 S3T8_4_0 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1210 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1211 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1215 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1216 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1228 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1232 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_120 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.06 S3T8_1_120 0 0.08 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1249 0.06 OT8_12_180 1 0.07 S1T8_12_180 1 0.06 S2T8_12_210 1 0.05 S3T8_12_180 1 0.07 S1T8_12_180 1 CASE 6
WTBm1234 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_1_120 0 0.05 S2T8_1_120 0 0.05 S3T8_1_120 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1230 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_1_120 0 0.05 S2T8_1_120 0 0.05 S3T8_1_120 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1209 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_1_210 0 0.06 S2T8_1_210 0 0.05 S3T8_1_180 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1227 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_1_180 0 0.05 S2T8_1_180 0 0.05 S3T8_1_180 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1214 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_1_120 0 0.05 S2T8_4_300 0 0.05 S3T8_1_120 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1231 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_1_120 0 0.05 S2T8_1_120 0 0.05 S3T8_1_120 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1212 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_1_120 0 0.05 S2T8_1_120 0 0.05 S3T8_1_120 0 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1217 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 0.06 S1T8_4_180 1 0.05 S2T8_4_180 1 0.05 S3T8_4_180 1 0.07 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1405 0.07 OT8_14_270 1 0.06 S1T8_14_270 1 0.06 S2T8_14_300 1 0.06 S3T8_14_270 1 0.07 OT8_14_270 1 CASE 5
WTBm1409 0.07 OT8_13_210 1 0.06 S1T8_13_210 1 0.06 S2T8_13_210 1 0.06 S3T8_13_180 1 0.07 OT8_13_210 1 CASE 5
WTBm1592 0.06 OT8_12_60 1 0.05 S1T8_12_60 1 0.05 S2T8_12_60 1 0.05 S3T8_12_60 1 0.06 OT8_12_60 1 CASE 5
WTBm1593 0.05 OT8_9_120 1 0.06 S1T8_9_120 1 0.05 S2T8_9_120 1 0.05 S3T8_9_120 1 0.06 S1T8_9_120 1 CASE 6
WTBm1253 0.05 OT8_9_0 1 0.06 S1T8_1_90 0 0.06 S2T8_1_120 0 0.05 S3T8_9_0 1 0.06 S1T8_1_90 0 CASE 6
WTBm1244 0.04 OT8_9_60 1 0.06 S1T8_9_60 1 0.05 S2T8_9_60 1 0.04 S3T8_9_60 1 0.06 S1T8_9_60 1 CASE 6
WTBm1238 0.05 OT8_12_60 0 0.06 S1T8_12_60 0 0.06 S2T8_12_60 0 0.05 S3T8_12_60 0 0.06 S1T8_12_60 0 CASE 6
WTBm1242 0.05 OT8_9_90 0 0.06 S1T8_9_120 0 0.06 S2T8_9_120 0 0.05 S3T8_9_90 0 0.06 S1T8_9_120 0 CASE 6
WTBm1424 0.06 OT8_4_180 1 0.05 S1T8_4_180 1 0.05 S2T8_4_210 1 0.05 S3T8_4_210 1 0.06 OT8_4_180 1 CASE 5
WTBm1425 0.06 OT8_1_0 1 0.05 S1T8_1_0 1 0.05 S2T8_1_0 1 0.04 S3T8_1_0 1 0.06 OT8_1_0 1 CASE 5
WTBm1240 0.04 OT8_9_210 0 0.05 S1T8_12_90 1 0.05 S2T8_12_90 1 0.04 S3T8_12_120 1 0.05 S1T8_12_90 1 CASE 6
WTBm1239 0.05 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_12_60 1 0.05 S2T8_12_60 1 0.04 S3T8_12_90 1 0.05 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
WTBm1243 0.05 OT8_1_120 0 0.05 S1T8_9_90 1 0.05 S2T8_9_120 1 0.04 S3T8_9_90 1 0.05 OT8_1_120 0 CASE 5
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