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DNV OFFSHORE CODES

AMENDMENTS AND CORRECTIONS


OCTOBER 2002

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Contents – Page 3

CONTENTS

Sec. 1 Current DNV Offshore Codes ............................. 5 October 2000 ................................................................................... 10


DNV-OS-D301: Fire Protection, January 2001............................... 10
Sec. 2 Offshore Service Specifications ........................... 7
DNV-OS-E101: Drilling Plant, October 2000................................. 11
DNV-OSS-101: Rules for Classification of Offshore Drilling and DNV-OS-E201: Hydrocarbon Production Plant, October 2000...... 11
Support Units, April 2002 ................................................................. 7
DNV-OS-E301: Position Mooring, June 2001................................ 11
DNV-OSS-102: Rules for Classification of Floating Production and
Storage Units, April 2002 .................................................................. 7 DNV-OS-E401: Helicopter Decks, March 2001 ............................. 12
DNV-OSS-103: Rules for Classification of LNG/LPG Floating DNV-OS-F101: Submarine Pipeline Systems, 2000....................... 12
Production and Storage Units or Installations, May 2001 ................. 7 DNV-OS-F201: Dynamic Risers, 2001........................................... 18
DNV-OSS-121: Classification based on Performance Criteria
Determined from Risk Assessment Methodology, May 2001........... 7 Sec. 4 Recommended Practices .................................... 19
DNV-OSS-202: Verification for Compliance with UK Shelf DNV-RP-A201: Standard Documentation Types,
Regulations, March 2001................................................................... 7 November 2000 ............................................................................... 19
DNV-OSS-301: Certification and Verification of Pipelines, DNV-RP-A202: Documentation of Offshore Projects,
October 2000...................................................................................... 7 January 2001 .................................................................................... 19
DNV-OSS-303: Risk Based Verification, April 2001....................... 7 DNV-RP-A203: Qualification Procedures for New Technology,
September 2001 ............................................................................... 19
Sec. 3 Offshore Standards............................................... 8
DNV-RP-B401: Cathodic Protection Design, 1993 ........................ 19
DNV-OS-A101: Safety Principles and Arrangement, DNV-RP-C102: Structural Design of Offshore Ships,
January 2001 ...................................................................................... 8 February 2002.................................................................................. 19
DNV-OS-B101: Metallic Materials, January 2001 ........................... 8 DNV-RP-C103: Column Stabilised Units, October 2001 ............... 19
DNV-OS-C101: Design of Offshore Steel Structures, General (LRFD DNV-RP-C202: Buckling Strength of Shells, October 2002 .......... 19
method), October 2000 ...................................................................... 8
DNV-RP-C203: Fatigue Strength Analysis of Offshore Steel
DNV-OS-C102: Structural Design of Offshore Ships, Structures, October 2001 ................................................................. 19
October 2000...................................................................................... 8
DNV-RP-E301: Design and Installation of Fluke Anchors in Clay,
DNV-OS-C103: Structural Design of Column Stabilised Units 2000 ........................................................................................ 19
(LRFD method), October 2000.......................................................... 9
DNV-RP-E302: Design and Installation of Drag-in Plate Anchors in
DNV-OS-C104: Structural Design of Self-elevating Units (LRFD Clay, 2000........................................................................................ 19
method), January 2001....................................................................... 9
DNV-RP-E305: Onbottom Stability Design of Submarine Pipelines,
DNV-OS-C105: Structural Design of TLPs (LRFD method), 1988 ........................................................................................ 19
January 2001 ...................................................................................... 9
DNV-RP-F101: Corroded Pipelines, 1999 ...................................... 19
DNV-OS-C106: Structural Design of Deep Draught Floating Units
(LRFD method), January 2001 .......................................................... 9 DNV-RP-F104: Mechanical Pipeline Couplings, 1999................... 20
DNV-OS-C201: Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD method), DNV-RP-F105: Free Spanning Pipelines, March 2002 .................. 20
April 2002 .......................................................................................... 9 DNV-RP-F106: Factory Applied External Pipeline Coatings for
DNV-OS-C301: Stability and Watertight Integrity, Corrosion Control, 2000 .................................................................. 20
January 2001 ...................................................................................... 9 DNV-RP-F107: Risk Assessment of Pipeline Protection,
DNV-OS-C401: Fabrication and Testing of Offshore Structures, March 2001...................................................................................... 20
January 2001 ...................................................................................... 9 DNV-RP-G101: Risk Based Inspection of Offshore Topsides Static
DNV-OS-D101: Marine and Machinery Systems and Equipment, Mechanical Equipment, January 2002............................................. 20
January 2001 .................................................................................... 10 DNV-RP-O401: Safety and Reliability of Subsea Systems,
DNV-OS-D201: Electrical Installations, March 2001..................... 10 April 1985........................................................................................ 20
DNV-OS-D202: Instrumentation and Telecommunication Systems, DNV-RP-O501: Erosive Wear in Piping Systems, 1999 ................ 20

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DNV Offshore Codes, Amendments and Corrections, October 2002
Sec.1 – Page 5

SECTION 1
CURRENT DNV OFFSHORE CODES

Date of Date of
DNV Offshore Codes issue amendment
Offshore Service Specifications
DNV-OSS-101 Rules for Classification of Offshore Drilling and Support Units April 2002 –
DNV-OSS-102 Rules for Classification of Floating Production and Storage Units April 2002 –
DNV-OSS-103 Rules for Classification of LNG/LPG Floating Production and Storage Units or Instal- May 2001 October 2001
lations
DNV-OSS-121 Classification based on Performance Criteria Determined from Risk Assessment May 2001 –
Methodology
DNV-OSS-202 Verification for Compliance with UK Shelf Regulations March 2001 –
DNV-OSS-301 Certification and Verification of Pipelines October 2000 –
DNV-OSS-303 Risk Based Verification April 2001 –
Offshore Standards
DNV-OS-A101 Safety Principles and Arrangement January 2001 October 2001,
October 2002
DNV-OS-B101 Metallic Materials January 2001 –
DNV-OS-C101 Design of Offshore Steel Structures, General (LRFD method) October 2000 April 2002
DNV-OS-C102 Structural Design of Offshore Ships October 2000 April 2002
DNV-OS-C103 Structural Design of Column Stabilised Units (LRFD method) October 2000 October 2002
DNV-OS-C104 Structural Design of Self-elevating Units (LRFD method) January 2001 October 2001
DNV-OS-C105 Structural Design of TLPs (LRFD method) January 2001 –
DNV-OS-C106 Structural Design of Deep Draught Floating Units (LRFD method) January 2001 –
DNV-OS-C201 Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD method) April 2002 -
DNV-OS-C301 Stability and Watertight Integrity January 2001 –
DNV-OS-C401 Fabrication and Testing of Offshore Structures January 2001 April 2002,
October 2002
DNV-OS-D101 Marine and Machinery Systems and Equipment January 2001 April 2002,
October 2002
DNV-OS-D201 Electrical Installations March 2001 April 2002
DNV-OS-D202 Instrumentation and Telecommunication Systems October 2000 October 2001
DNV-OS-D301 Fire Protection January 2001 April 2002
DNV-OS-E101 Drilling Plant October 2000 –
DNV-OS-E201 Hydrocarbon Production Plant October 2000 April 2002
DNV-OS-E301 Position Mooring June 2001 October 2001
DNV-OS-E401 Helicopter Decks March 2001 –
DNV-OS-F101 Submarine Pipeline Systems 2000 April 2002
DNV-OS-F201 Dynamic Risers 2001 –
Recommended Practices
DNV-RP-A201 Standard Documentation Types November 2000 –
DNV-RP-A202 Documentation of Offshore Projects January 2001 October 2001
DNV-RP-A203 Qualification Procedures for New Technology September 2001 –
DNV-RP-B401 Cathodic Protection Design 1993 –
DNV-RP-C102 Structural Design of Offshore Ships February 2002 –
DNV-RP-C103 Column Stabilised Units October 2001 –
DNV-RP-C202 Buckling Strength of Shells October 2002 –
DNV-RP-C203 Fatigue Strength Analysis of Offshore Steel Structures October 2001 April 2002
DNV-RP-E301 Design and Installation of Fluke Anchors in Clay 2000 –
DNV-RP-E302 Design and Installation of Drag-in Plate Anchors in Clay 2000 –
DNV-RP-E305 Onbottom Stability Design of Submarine Pipelines 1988 –
DNV-RP-F101 Corroded Pipelines 1999 –
DNV-RP-F104 Mechanical Pipeline Couplings 1999 –
DNV-RP-F105 Free Spanning Pipelines March 2002 –
DNV-RP-F106 Factory Applied External Pipeline Coatings for Corrosion Control 2000 –

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DNV-RP-F107 Risk Assessment of Pipeline Protection March 2001 October 2002


DNV-RP-G101 Risk Based Inspection of Offshore Topside Static Mechanical Equipment January 2002 –
DNV-RP-O401 Safety and Reliability of Subsea Systems April 1985 –
DNV-RP-O501 Erosive Wear in Piping Systems 1999 –

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Sec.2 – Page 7

SECTION 2
OFFSHORE SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS

DNV-OSS-101: Rules for Classification of Offshore Drill- DNV-OSS-121: Classification based on Performance Cri-
ing and Support Units, April 2002 teria Determined from Risk Assessment Methodology,
May 2001
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
Currently no Amendments and Corrections

DNV-OSS-102: Rules for Classification of Floating Pro-


DNV-OSS-202: Verification for Compliance with UK Shelf
duction and Storage Units, April 2002 Regulations, March 2001
Currently no Amendments and Corrections Currently no Amendments and Corrections

DNV-OSS-103: Rules for Classification of LNG/LPG DNV-OSS-301: Certification and Verification of Pipelines,
Floating Production and Storage Units or Installations, October 2000
May 2001 Currently no Amendments and Corrections
Sec.2 Page 7
In item E201 2) the references F200, F300 and F400 should be
corrected to DNV-OS-D301 Sec.7 F200, DNV-OS-D301 Sec.7 DNV-OSS-303: Risk Based Verification, April 2001
F300 and DNV-OS-D301 Sec.7 F200, respectively. Currently no Amendments and Corrections

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SECTION 3
OFFSHORE STANDARDS

DNV-OS-A101: Safety Principles and Arrangement, Janu- Table D3 Thickness limitations(mm) of structural steels for dif-
ferent structural categories and design temperatures (ºC)
ary 2001
Structural Grade ≥ 10 0 -10 -20
Sec.4 Page 14 Category
Item B302 is corrected to read: A 30 30 25 20
B/BW 60 60 50 40
302 The number and release rate of primary grade sources D/DW 150 150 100 80
shall be minimised as far as practicable. Location of a primary E/EW 150 150 150 150
grade source within an enclosed area shall as far as practicable AH/AHW 50 50 40 30
be avoided. DH/DHW 100 100 80 60
Secondary
Sec.4 Page 15 EH/EHW 150 150 150 150
FH 150 150 150 150
A new item C104 is introduced: AEH 60 60 50 40
DEH/DEHW 150 150 100 80
104 For definition of Grade of release, reference is made to EEH/EEHW 150 150 150 150
IP 15. FEH 150 150 150 150
Sec.4 Page 15 A 30 20 10 N.A.
In Table C1 zone references shall be deleted from ‘Grade of B/BW 40 30 25 20
D/DW 60 60 50 40
release’ column. E/EW 150 150 100 80
Sec.5 Page 18 AH/AHW 25 25 20 15
Primary DH/DHW 50 50 40 30
Item A405 is corrected to read: EH/EHW 100 100 80 60
405 The ESD central control unit shall be powered from a FH 150 150 150 150
monitored Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) capable of at AEH 30 30 25 20
least 30 minutes continuous operation on loss of its electrical DEH/DEHW 60 60 50 40
EEH/EEHW 150 150 100 80
power supply systems. The UPS shall be powered from both FEH 150 150 150 150
the main and the emergency power system.
D/DW 35 30 25 20
Sec.8 Page 28 and 29 E/EW 60 60 50 40
Item C501 is deleted. AH/AHW 10 10 N.A. N.A.
DH/DHW 25 25 20 15
Special EH/EHW 50 50 40 30
FH 100 100 80 60
DNV-OS-B101: Metallic Materials, January 2001 AEH 15 15 10 N.A.
DEH/DEHW 30 30 25 20
Currently no Amendments and Corrections EEH/EEHW 60 60 50 40
FEH 150 150 100 80
N.A. = no application
DNV-OS-C101: Design of Offshore Steel Structures, Gen-
eral (LRFD method), October 2000
Sec.4 Page 21 DNV-OS-C102: Structural Design of Offshore Ships,
October 2000
Table D3 should be expanded with a column for temperatures
greater or equal to 10°C and A grade for primary structures as Ch.1 Sec.2 Page 9
follows: The items in A200 should be replaced by the following:
201 According to DNV-OS-C101 material shall be catego-
rised into a special, primary or secondary category. With ref-
erence to the application of material classes as given in the
Rules for Classification of Ships Pt.3 Ch.1 or Pt.3 Ch.2 the re-
lationship between the material classes and structural catego-
ries is as given in Table A1.

Table A1 Relationship between material classes and


structural categories
Material class Structural category
I, II Secondary
III Primary
IV, V Special

For stiffened plates, the plates are considered as primary cate-


gory whilst the stiffeners are considered as secondary catego-
ry.
202 Typical elements for offshore ships, which are not given
in the Rules for Classification of Ships Pt.3 Ch.1 or Pt.3 Ch.2,
are given in 300 and 400.
The items A401 and A402 should be replaced by the following:

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401 The following locations are considered primary catego-


ry: DNV-OS-C104: Structural Design of Self-elevating Units
(LRFD method), January 2001
— turret structure Sec.4 Page 15
— pipe rack stanchions
Item D304 is corrected to read:
— drillfloor substructure
— helicopter deck substructure 304 For a deterministic wave analysis using an appropriate
— flare supporting structure non-linear wave theory for the water depth, i.e. Stokes' 5th or
Dean's Stream Function, the fluid velocity of the maximum
Item A500 should be deleted and A600 should be renumbered long-crested 100 year wave may be multiplied with a kinemat-
A500. ic reduction factor of 0.86. The scaling of the velocity shall be
used only in connection with hydrodynamic coefficients as de-
Ch.1 Sec.3 Page 10 fined for mobile units in 503, i.e. CD = 1.0 for submerged,
In item B301, add the following between crane pedestals and cleaned jack-up members.
bow recess area:
— bilge keels (on turret-moored and spread moored units) DNV-OS-C105: Structural Design of TLPs (LRFD
method), January 2001
Ch.1 Sec.6 Page 18
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
In item B302, delete the last bullet point.
In item B308, delete the formula and the corresponding leg-
end. DNV-OS-C106: Structural Design of Deep Draught Float-
In the Guidance note to item B402, add the following to the ing Units (LRFD method), January 2001
end: Currently no Amendments and Corrections
Global shear capacity check can in principle be carried out in the same manner
as the global moment capacity check since all stress components and lateral
pressure are included in the capacity check of each panel. However, in the sec-
tions with the highest shear stresses, an acceptable procedure will be to carry DNV-OS-C201: Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD
out one moment capacity check for each local panel for the design wave result-
ing in maximum bending moment combined the associates shear stress, and method), April 2002
one shear capacity check according to equation in 402 based on maximum sec-
tion shear force and associated bending moment. Sec.12 Page 51
The title of sub section D should read: Item F201 is corrected to read:
D. Turret and Moonpool Areas 201 For a deterministic wave analysis using an appropriate
non-linear wave theory for the water depth, i.e. Stokes' 5th or
Ch.1 Sec.9 Page 24 Dean's Stream Function, the fluid velocity of the maximum
Add a new subsection B as follows: long-crested 100 year wave may be multiplied with a kinemat-
ic reduction factor of 0.86. The scaling of the velocity shall be
B. Bilge Keels used only in connection with hydrodynamic coefficients as de-
fined for mobile units in 204, i.e. CD = 1.0 for submerged,
B 100 General cleaned jack-up members.
101 The requirements for design of bilge keels apply to turret
moored units and to spread moored units. The bilge keel shall
be welded directly onto the shell plate without doubling plates.
Adequate transverse supporting brackets, or an equivalent ar- DNV-OS-C301: Stability and Watertight Integrity, Janu-
rangement, shall be provided. The loads due to ship motions ary 2001
shall be determined from the wave load analysis employing a Currently no Amendments and Corrections
viscous damping coefficient representative for seastates which
contribute most to fatigue damage. The damping coefficient
should be determined at 10-2 probability of exceedance.
DNV-OS-C401: Fabrication and Testing of Offshore
102 Fatigue calculations should be carried out by means of a Structures, January 2001
spectral analysis. A component stochastic analysis as de-
scribed in Classification Notes 30.7 is acceptable. If the bilge Ch.1 Sec.1 Page 7
keel is of a closed construction type, the transfer functions for The title of Table B3 should read:
stress responses from the wave dynamics and motion induced
drag forces shall be determined separately. The transfer func- Table B3 Other references
tions shall be combined in the cumulative damage calculations.
Renumber following sub sections accordingly. Ch.2 Sec.1 Page 15
The following should be added to the end of item C107:
For ship-shaped units, the requirements given by the Rules for
DNV-OS-C103: Structural Design of Column Stabilised Classification of Ships Pt.2 Ch.3 Sec.2 B308 may be applied
Units (LRFD method), October 2000 as an alternative.
Sec.3 Page 12 Ch.2 Sec.2 Page 26
In item E202, the 3rd formula shall read: The following should be added to the end of item E203:
For ship-shaped units complying with DNV-OS-C102, accept-
p e = 10 C w ( D D – z b )
2
( kNm ) for z b ≥ T E able tolerances are given in IACS Shipbuilding and Repair
Quality Standard.

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Page 10 – Sec.3

Ch.2 Sec.3 Page 34


DNV-OS-D202: Instrumentation and Telecommunication
Amend footnote no. 4 to Table C1 as follows: Systems, October 2000
4) For weld connections on hull shell not subjected to high Ch.1 Sec.1 Page 9
residual stress, spot check will be accepted as sufficient. In Table C1 the explanation of UID should read: User input
Amend footnote no. 5 to Table C1 as follows: device.
5) Additionally, all manual welds in bracings in the main Ch.2 Sec.2 Page 16
bearing structures such as for conventional stabilised units Item A302 should read:
100%.
302 One command location is to be designated as the main
command location. The main command location is to be inde-
pendent of other command locations.
DNV-OS-D101: Marine and Machinery Systems and
Equipment, January 2001 Ch.2 Sec.4 Page 24
Ch.2 Sec.2 Page 22 In item C103 the number should not read 200 kW but be cor-
rected to: 200 kΩ.
In Table B3 an x should be added in the Works Certificate col-
umn in the line for Bodies of valves and fittings etc. of Steel Ch.3 Sec.1 Page 37
with Nominal diameter > 50 and Design temperature > 400°C.
In item D102 the reference should be corrected to: C100.
Ch.2 Sec.2 Page 23
In item D201 the reference should be corrected to: Ch.2 Sec.1
In item C301 the first sentence should read: F500.
301 Minimum nominal wall thickness for pipes of copper
and copper alloys, steel and stainless steel are given in Table
C1, Table C2 and Table C3, respectively.
DNV-OS-D301: Fire Protection, January 2001
Ch.2 Sec.3 Page 34
Ch.2 Sec.8 Page 34
The formula under item B601 should read:
Item D302 should be renumbered D401 and a sub heading
d = 2.15 A + 25 (mm) should be inserted in front of it as follows:
Ch.2 Sec.6 Page 52 D 400 Provision for helicopter facilities
In item B405 the reference should be corrected to: Table B3.
Ch.2 Sec.6 Page 54 Ch.3 Page 37
In item E402 the first number should not read 105 ohm/m but The following new chapter 3 is added after Ch.2:
be corrected to: 105 Ω/m.
CHAPTER 3 - CERTIFICATION AND
CLASSIFICATION
DNV-OS-D201: Electrical Installations, March 2001
SECTION 1 CERTIFICATION AND
Ch.2 Sec.2 Page 31 CLASSIFICATION
In item iv. in Table J2 it is referred to 203. The reference is cor-
rected to read: Sec.3 D401 d) A. General
Ch.2 Sec.4 Page 44 A 100 Introduction
In item D108 the following text should be added under the title: 101 As well as representing DNV's interpretation of safe en-
. gineering practice for general use by the offshore industry, the
offshore standards also provide the technical basis for DNV
Test voltages for high voltage switchgear assemblies are given classification, certification and verification services.
in Table D1.
102 A complete description of principles, procedures, appli-
The table should be numbered Table D1 cable class notations and technical basis for offshore classifi-
Ch.2 Sec.8 Page 54 cation is given by the DNV Offshore Service Specifications
In item A101 the first reference should be deleted. (OSS).
Ch.2 Sec.9 Page 59 103 Classification procedures and requirements specifically
applicable in relation to the technical requirements given in
In item F101 e) the reference should be corrected to: D400. Ch.2 of this standard are given in this chapter.
Ch.2 Sec.10 Page 69 A 200 Assumptions
In item D403 the last bullet point and the sentence thereafter 201 Any deviations, exceptions and modifications to the de-
should read: sign codes and standards given as recognised reference codes
— reverse power protection. shall be approved by DNV.
202 Where codes and standards call for the extent of critical
The voltage and speed regulation under normal and transient inspections and tests to be agreed between contractor or man-
conditions shall be within the limits given in Sec.2 A, Sec.2 E, ufacturer and client, the resulting extent is to be agreed with
Sec.5 B and the Rules for Classification of Ships Pt.4 Ch.3. DNV.
Ch.2 Sec.13 Page 80 203 DNV may accept alternative solutions found to repre-
In item A603, the references to Table A1 and Table A2 should sent an overall safety level equivalent to that stated in the re-
exchange positions. quirements of this standard.

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Sec.3 – Page 11

SECTION 2 CERTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT Guidance note:


A. General Independent test certificate or report for the equipment or ap-
proval certificate for manufacturing system may also be accept-
A 100 General ed.
101 Equipment shall be certified consistent with its functions ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-n-c-e---n-o-t-e---
and importance for safety.
102 Equipment referred to in this standard will be catego- B. Equipment Categorisation
rised as follows: B 100 General
Category I: 101 Categorisation of safety critical equipment is given in
Table B1. Equipment that is considered important for safety,
— equipment related to safety for which a DNV certificate is which is not listed, shall be categorised after special consider-
required. ation.
Category I equipment is subdivided into IA and IB categorisa-
tion. Table B1 Categories for fire protection equipment
Category
Category II: Component
IB II
— equipment related to safety for which a works certificate Fire dampers X
prepared by the manufacturer is accepted. Fire water pumps X
103 For equipment category I, the following approval proce- Pressurised components in fire extinguishing sys- X
dure shall be followed: tem
Fire hose X
— design approval, followed by a design verification report Hose reels and associated equipment X
(DVR) or type approval certificate Nozzles X
— fabrication survey followed by issuance of a product cer-
Equipment for fixed fire fighting installations X
tificate.
Fire resisting divisions and materials X
104 Depending on the required extent of survey, category I Doors X
equipment is subdivided into IA and IB with the specified re- Windows X
quirements as given below: Fire and gas detectors X
Category IA: Wheeled and portable extinguishing system X
— pre-production meeting, as applicable, prior to the start of
fabrication
— class survey during fabrication DNV-OS-E101: Drilling Plant, October 2000
— witness final functional, pressure and load tests, as appli-
cable Currently no Amendments and Corrections
— review fabrication record.
Category IB: DNV-OS-E201: Hydrocarbon Production Plant, October
2000
— pre-production meeting (optional)
— witness final functional, pressure and load tests, as appli- Ch.3 Sec.2 Page 40
cable In item B501 the references in items 1) to 4) should read:
— review fabrication record.
B103, C202, C402 and C601.
The extent of required survey by DNV is to be decided on the
basis of manufacturer's QA/QC system, manufacturing survey
arrangement (MSA) with DNV and type of fabrication meth-
ods. DNV-OS-E301: Position Mooring, June 2001
Guidance note: Ch.1 Sec.1 Page 13
It should be noted that the scopes defined for category IA and IB In item F203 e) the reference should be corrected to: Ch.2
are typical and adjustments may be required based on considera- Sec.1 C400.
tions such as:
- complexity and size of a delivery In item F204 the reference should be corrected to: Ch.2 Sec.5
- previous experience with equipment type F.
- maturity and effectiveness of manufacturer's quality assur- Ch.2 Sec.1 Page 22
ance system
- degree of subcontracting. In item C505 the reference should be corrected to: Sec.2 B400.
---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-n-c-e---n-o-t-e--- Ch.2 Sec.3 Page 37
In item A209 the reference should be corrected to: Sec.2 A202.
105 Equipment of category II is normally accepted on the ba-
sis of a works certificate prepared by the manufacturer. The Ch.2 Sec.4 Page 54
certificate shall contain the following data as a minimum: In item L302 the reference should be corrected to: Sec.2 G300.
— equipment specification or data sheet Ch.3 Sec.2 Page 68
— limitations with respect to operation of equipment
— statement (affidavit) from the manufacturer to confirm In item G102 the second reference should be corrected to:
that the equipment has been constructed, manufactured Ch.2 Sec.5 D.
and tested according to the recognised methods, codes and In item J102 the reference should be corrected to: Ch.2 Sec.4
standards. P.

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where href is the vertical distance between the point in question


DNV-OS-E401: Helicopter Decks, March 2001 and the reference height and γinc should be 1.1. The same ap-
Currently no Amendments and Corrections proach applies to when the shut-in pressure is used.
---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-n-c-e---n-o-t-e---

Sec.5 Page 35
DNV-OS-F101: Submarine Pipeline Systems, 2000
In item D301, delete the following sentence:
Spine
The load effect factors apply to all design formats unless ex-
Replace spine with: plicitly stated.
DNV-OS-F101 Submarine Pipeline Systems, 2000
Sec.5 Page 36
Page iv, Acknowledgement In item D505, replace as follows:
Add:
pb(t2) = Burst pressure Eq. (5.15)
British Steel αc = Flow stress parameter accounting for strain harden-
Niras ing given by:
Røntgen Technische Dienst bv
Seaflex
Shaw Pipeline Services Ltd. fu
Vallourec & Mannesmann α c = ( 1 – β ) + β ----
fy
General (throughout the document)
but maximum 1.20
Yield strength should read yield stress.
Sec.1 Page 6
ì 0.4 + q h for D/t 2 < 15
after C279 add: ï
279(b) Pressure, shut-in: The maximum pressure that can be β = í ( 0 .4 + q h ) ( 60 – D/t 2 )/45 for 15 ≤ D/t2 ≤ 60
ï
attained at the wellhead during closure of valves closest to the
î 0 for D/t 2 > 60
wellhead (wellhead isolation). This implies that pressure tran-
sients due to valve closing shall be included.
Sec.1 Page 7 ì ( p ld – p e ) 2
Replace C301 to C302 as follows: ï ----------------------- ------- for p ld > p e
qh = í pb ( t2 ) 3
301 Splash Zone Lower Limit (LSZ) is determined by: ï
î0 for p ld ≤ p e
LSZ = |L1| - |L2| - |L3|
L1 = lowest astronomic tide level (LAT) Sec.5 Page 37
L2 = 30% of the splash zone wave-related height defined Add the following Guidance note item D507:
in 303 Guidance note:
L3 = upward motion of the riser, if applicable The maximum yield to ultimate stress ration, αh, is found in Ta-
302 Splash Zone Upper Limit (USZ) is determined by: ble 6-3 and Table 6-6. The increase of this factor with 0.02 in ac-
cordance with footnote 5 and 3 in these tables respectively does
USZ = |U1| - |U2| - |U3| not apply since it is already included in the factor 0.78.
U1 = highest astronomic tide level (HAT) ---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-n-c-e---n-o-t-e---
U2 = 70% of the splash zone wave-related height defined
in 303 Replace item D510 as follows:
U3 = settlement or downward motion of the riser, if appli- 510 Propagation buckling cannot be initiated unless local
cable. buckling has occurred. In case the external pressure exceeds
To item D100 add: the criteria given below, buckle arrestors should be installed
and spacing determined based on consequences of failure. The
BM Base material propagating buckle criterion reads:
L Load effect
PWHT Post weld heat treatment t 2 2.5
RT Radiographic testing p pr = 35f y α fab æ ----ö
è Dø
ST Surface testing
ToFD Time of flight detection
UT Ultrasonic testing
p pr
Sec.5 Page 34 p e ≤ -------------
γ m γ sc
Add the following Guidance note to item D204:
Guidance note: Sec.5 Page 41
For the system pressure test condition, the local test pressure is Add the following to Table 5-10:
considered as incidental pressure. In order to calculate the corre-
sponding pld, included in ∆pd above, the local test pressure shall
be calculated as: 10-2 - 10-3 To be evaluated on a case by case basis
Sec.6 Page 47
pt Replace item A404 as follows:
∆p d = γ p æ --------- + ρ t gh ref – p eö
è γ inc ø 404 Linepipe formed from strip (skelp) and welded with one
longitudinal seam, without the use of filler metal. The longitu-

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dinal seam is generated by high frequency current (minimum Sec.6 Page 68


100 kHz) applied by induction or conduction. The weld area
(heat affected area) or the entire pipe shall be heat treated. The Replace parts of Table 6-15 as follows:
forming may be followed by cold expansion to obtain the re-
Greatest difference in pipe 10% 10% t, but maximum 3 mm
quired dimensions. diameter between pipe ends
Sec.6 Page 48 (each pipe measured)
Replace item C104 as follows: Diameter pipe body 10% ± 0.75% D 1), but maximum
104 If materials shall be used at a design temperature above 310 < D 1) < 610 mm ± 3.0 mm
50°C, the yield strength at the Tmax may be determined during Sec.7 Page 71
the qualification of the manufacturing procedure specification.
This information shall be obtained either by use of the curves Replace Table 7-2 as follows:
in Sec.5 B600 or by testing.
Table 7-2 Bolts and nuts for subsea use
Sec.6 Page 51
Bolt Nut Size range
Replace (footnote reference) in Table 6-3 as follows: ASTM A320, ASTM A194, Grade 4/S3 (Low- < 50 mm
Grade L7 temperature requirement for
Charpy V-notch Grade 4 and Grade 7 nuts)
energy (KVT) ASTM A320, ASTM A194, Grade 7 < 100 mm
minimum J 6) Grade L43
Sec.6 Page 53 Sec.7 Page 74
Replace item C515 as follows: Replace item D203 as follows:
515 The hardness of base material, cladding material, HAZ, 203 The chemical composition, taken from the product anal-
weld metal and the metallurgical bonding area shall meet the ysis, of material for hot-formed components, castings and
relevant requirements of this standard (see Table 6-3 and 6-6). forgings, shall not exceed the values given in Table 7-4. The
Sec.6 Page 59 notes given in Table 7-5 shall apply, except Note 9 and Note
10.
Replace item E504 as follows:
Replace item D205 as follows:
504 Plates and strip shall be subject to 100% visual examina-
tion on both sides. The inspection shall be performed in a suf- 205 For material to be quenched and tempered, the content
ficiently illuminated area (approximately 500 lx) by trained of hardening elements Cr, Mo, Cu and Ni shall be sufficient to
personnel with sufficient visual acuity (e.g. Jaegar J-w eye- obtain the desired microstructure in the centre of the compo-
sight test at 300 mm within the last 12 months). The surface nent. The selected chemical composition shall have adequate
finish produced by the manufacturing process, shall ensure that hardenability to ensure through thickness hardening of the re-
surface imperfections can be detected by visual inspection. spective component.
Sec.6 Page 63 Sec.7 Page 79
Replace part of Table 6-11 as follows: Replace item G107 as follows:
107 Mother pipe in C-Mn steels shall be delivered in the nor-
Metallographic Pipe body Q(&P9) Q&P Q&P malised, quenched and tempered or TMCP condition.
examination Weldment Q Q&P Q&P
Sec.7 Page 80
Add footnote: Replace item G301 as follows:
HFW, EBW and LBW pipes, only. 301 In general all the requirements given in Sec.6 D100 shall
Sec.6 Page 64 apply. The chemical composition of pipe for bends shall com-
ply with Table 6-7 and Table 6-8 as relevant.
In item E1003 replace the unit m with mm.
Sec.7 Page 81
Sec.6 Page 65
Replace item G401 as follows:
Replace part of item E1011 as follows:
401 In situations where dedicated mother pipes are not avail-
1011 Repair welding of the weld seam is allowed for SAWL able for manufacturing of bends, the factors given in G100 and
and SAWH pipes only and shall be performed in accordance G200, especially G108, should be considered in order to select
with qualified welding repair procedures. Requirements for the most appropriate pipe for bend manufacturing.
welding repair procedures are given in Appendix C. Repair
welding may only be performed subject to the following limi- Sec.7 Page 83
tations: Replace in item G905 as follows:
Sec.6 Page 66 Tensile testing:
Replace part of item E1205 as follows: — Base material in the arc outer radius longitudinal and
1205 The out-of-roundness for pipe ends shall be calculated transverse (total 2 specimens)
by the following formula: — Base material in the start transition area outer radius lon-
Sec.6 Page 67 gitudinal and transverse (total 2 specimens) unless 903 is
applicable.
Replace part of Table 6-14 as follows:
Charpy V-notch impact testing:
Greatest difference in pipe diameter
between pipe ends (each pipe meas- R 2) 12.5% t — Base material in the arc outer radius longitudinal and
ured) transverse (total 2 sets)

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— Base material in the start transition area outer radius lon- Sec.8 Page 92
gitudinal and transverse (total 2 sets) unless 903 is appli-
cable. Replace existing F204 with the following:
204 The concrete coating shall be reinforced by steel bars
Sec.7 Page 84
welded to cages or by wire mesh steel. The following recom-
Replace in item G906 as follows: mendations apply: For welded cages, the spacing between cir-
Tensile testing: cumferential bars should be maximum 120 mm. Steel bars
— Cross weld tensile testing in the arc area (one specimen) should have a diameter of 6 mm minimum. The average cross
— Cross weld tensile testing in the start transition area (one sectional area of steel reinforcement in the circumferential di-
specimen) unless 903 is applicable rection should be minimum 0.5% of the longitudinal concrete
cross section. The corresponding cross sectional area of steel
Charpy V-notch impact testing: reinforcement in the longitudinal direction should be minimum
— Weld metal, FL, FL + 2 mm and FL + 5 mm in the arc (4 0.08% of the transverse concrete cross section.
sets) Sec.12 Page 127
— Weld metal in the start transition area (1 set) unless 903 is
applicable. Replace Table 12-1 as follows:

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Table 12-1 Index and cross references

Key word Reference Comment or aspect


Characteristic material Sec.5 B600 fk
strength Sec.5 B604 Relation to supplementary requirement U
Sec.5 B604 Guidance Proposed (conservative) de-rating stresses
note
Sec.5 B606 Reduction due to the UO/UOE process
Sec.5 D505 and Sec.5 Reduction in longitudinal direction
D506
Crossing Sec.2 B303 Evaluation of risks
Sec.3 C204 Survey
Sec.5 B102 Minimum vertical distance
Sec.9 B300 Specification
Golden weld Sec.9 A807 Requirements
Installation Sec.2 C400 Safety class
Sec.5 H100(D) Design criteria
Sec.5 H200 Pipe straightness
Sec.9 Installation phase
Linepipe NDT Level Sec.5 B500 Design – general
Sec.6 B100 General introduction and designation
Table 6-13 NDT requirements
Mill pressure test Sec.1 C200 Definition
Sec.5 B200 Link between mill pressure test and design
Sec.5 D401 Reduced mill test pressure implication on pressure containment capacity
Sec.6 E1104 Basic Requirement
Sec.6 E1105 Maximum test pressure
Sec.6 E1108 Waiving of mill test – UOE-pipes, conditions
Minimum wall thick- Sec.5 B400 Minimum 12 mm and when it applies
ness Sec.5 C300 When to use minimum wall thickness, relation to nominal thickness and corrosion allow-
ance
Ovality Eq. (5-18) and Eq. (5- Minimum allowed ovality for collapse
21)
Sec.5 D800 Maximum allowed ovality, as installed
Table 6-14 and Table Maximum allowed ovality, line pipe specification
6-15
Pressure - general Sec.1 C200 Definitions
Sec.3 B300 Pressure control system Table 3-1 Choice of Pressure
Table 5-7 Pressure load effect factors Table 3-1 Choice of Pressure
Sec.4 B202, Sec.4 Characteristic values
B203
Pressure - incidental Sec.12 F600 Benefit of lower incidental pressure
Sec.3 B300 Pressure control system
Table 3-1 Selection of incidental pressure during pressure test and for full shut-in pressure
Reeling Sec.5 D1006 Fracture assessment – when supplementary requirement P comes into force
Sec.5 D1100 Engineering criticality assessment
Eq. (5-25) Capacity formula
Table 5-8 Condition factor
Sec.6 D300 Supplementary requirement P
Sec.6 D400 Supplementary requirement D
Sec.9 E Testing
Spiral welded Sec.5 A204 Requirements
Strain hardening Eq. 5.26 In capacity formula; strain
Eq. 5.24 Capacity formula SMYS/SMTS - (in αc)
Table 6-3 SMYS and SMTS
Table 6-3 αh (YS/UTS)

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Table 12-1 Index and cross references


(Continued)
System pressure test Sec.1 C200 Definition
Sec.5 B200 Link to design
Sec.5 B202 Requirements
Sec.5 B203 Waiving of system pressure test
Sec.5 B204 Safety class during system pressure test
Sec.5 D400 Limit state check - pressure containment
Sec.5 D500 Limit state check -local buckling
Sec.9 O500 Execution of the test(filling, holding time etc)
Weld onto pipe Sec.7 B1203 Requirements for doubler plates etc.

Add the following new Table 12-1 b:

Table 12-1 b Characteristic material properties for design


Local buckling
Pressure Dis-
Symbol Description Reference contain- Load place- Propa-
Col- Control- ment gating
ment lapse led Control- buckling
led
Elastic properties
E Young’s modulus X
ν Poisson’s ratio X
α Temperature expansion, as function of the
temperature (within the actual temperature X
range)
Plastic properties
SMYS Specified minimum yield stress Table 6-3 and Table 6-6 X X X X X
fy, temp Yield stress temperature derating value Sec.5 B603, Table 5-2
and Fig. 5-1 X X X X X
SMTS Specified minimum tensile strength Table 6-3 and Table 6-6 X - X - -
fu, temp Tensile strength temperature derating value Sec.5 B603, Table 5-2
and Fig. 5-1 X - X - -
αA Ultimate strength anisotropy factor Table 5-2 and Table 6-3 - - X - -
Note 4
αfab Fabrication factor Table 5-3 - X (X) (X) X
Plastic properties depending on additional requirements
αu(U) increased utilisation Table 5-2 X X X X X
αh(P)1 Strain hardening value Table 6-3, Table 6-6 - - - X -
and Sec.6 D304
αc(U) Flow stress parameter Eq. 5.23 - - X - -

Sec.12 Page 132 that may lead to failure by fatigue crack growth or unstable
fracture.
Replace item F1100 as follows:
Sec.12 Page 134
Even though the safety factor is provided in the propagating
pressure formula, it is recommended to decrease this with 15% Replace part of item G301 as follows:
(from 35 to 30) for the propagating pressure resistance of the If the total displacement, Vg, is measured at a distance z ≤ 0.2a
buckle arrestor. This to decrease the failure probability to the from the physical crack mouth then the CMOD can be calcu-
unconditioned safety level in line with normal ULS checks. lated from:
Sec.12 Page 134
Sec.12 Page 132
Replace formula for δ in item G302 as follows:
Replace item F1400 as follows:

J
2 δ = -------------------------------
f 0 + 0.030 æ 1 + -----------ö æ 2ε c ----ö
D D σ YS + σ TS
è 120tø è tø m --------------------------
f 0 ′ = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ (12.12) 2
Pe
1 – ----- Sec.12 Page 134
Pc
In item H101replace footnote to Table 12-4 as follows:
Sec.12 Page 133 ksi = 6.895 MPa; 1 MPa = 0.145 ksi; ksi = 1000 psi (lb f/in2)
Replace item G100 as follows: Sec.12 Page 134 to 135
Assessment at Level 2 is considered safe provided that the Delete second, fourth, fifth and second last paragraphs in item
girth welds will not be subjected to conditions during operation I200 (are given in Sec.5 G200)

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Sec.12 Page 136 — scanned from both directions approximately parallel to


Replace the text in Fig. 12-3 as follows: longitudinal weld axis for flaws oriented transverse to the
longitudinal weld axis
Displacement controlled condition = NDT level 1 — fully covered by ultrasound beams that are approximately
Sec.12 Page 137 perpendicular to the surface of flaws that are reflecting the
ultrasound.
Replace in MDS sheet, 3rd line:
DNV-OS-F101 Submarine Pipeline Systems It may be necessary to include tandem, TOFD and/or focused
probes in order to enhance the probability of detection or char-
Sec.12 Page 138 acterisation of flaws.
Add after first paragraph in item K300 text as follows: Appendix D Page 180
In addition to the simplified stress criteria given below, the Replace last paragraph of item E205 as follows:
limit states for Concrete Crushing (K200), Fatigue (Sec.5
D700) and Rotation (Sec.5 H203) shall be satisfied. Reference The maximum allowable flaw sizes from the ECA shall be re-
is further made to Endal et. al. (1995) for guidance on the Ro- duced in length and height with a flaw sizing error, that based
tation limit state. on the data from the qualification testing will give a 95% con-
fidence against under sizing of flaws.
Sec.12 Page 138
Appendix D Page 180
Replace the first paragraph after sub-heading “Overbend” in
item K300 as follows: Replace item F105 as follows:
For static loading the calculated strain shall satisfy Criterion I 105 Equipment and procedures used for the ultrasonic test-
in Table 12-5. The strain shall include effects of bending, axial ing shall comply with the requirements of subsection D. The
force and local roller loads. Effects due to varying stiffness requirements for automated NDT processes given in subsec-
(e.g. strain concentration at field joints or buckle arrestors) tion D are additional to the requirements of any code or stand-
need not be included. ard referred to in this subsection where automated NDT
methods are prescribed or optional.
Sec.12 Page 138
Appendix D Page 181
Replace the first paragraph after sub-heading “Sagbend” in
item K300 as follows: Replace item F301 as follows:
For combined static and dynamic loads the equivalent stress in 301 For ultrasonic testing of the base material the require-
the sagbend and at the stinger tip shall satisfy the allowable ments of F100 and F200 shall apply.
stress format ASD as given in F1200, however, η shall be 0.87. Appendix D Page 182
Appendix A Page 142 Replace the second bullet point in item G503 as follows:
Add:
— a sample pipe shall be fitted with one 3.0 mm Ø through
B 1000 Mill pressure test drilled hole at each end. The distance from the pipe end to
1001 The mill test pressure is lower in ISO than in this stand- the hole shall be equal to the length not covered by the ul-
ard. The ISO requirement is: trasonic testing equipment during production testing. Prior
to start of production the pipe shall be passed through the
ultrasonic testing equipment at the operational scanning
2t min velocity. For acceptance of the equipment both holes need
p = 0.95 ------------- SMYS to be detected by all probes. At the manufactures option
D these holes may be included in the reference block.
This hoop stress formula for the ISO mill pressure test is dif- Appendix D G614 Page 185
ferent from the formula in ISO 13623 and DNV (which are
identical). Hence, the mill test pressure difference compared to Replace the last part of item G614 as follows:
this standard depends on D/t. The acceptance criteria are:
Appendix B A402 Page 143
— Table D-4 and lack of fusion and lack of penetration are
Add the following Guidance note: not permitted.
Guidance note:
This conversion is not applicable to API 5L type specimens
Appendix D Page 185
Replace item G710 as follows:
---e-n-d---of---G-u-i-d-a-n-c-e---n-o-t-e---
The length of the N5 notches shall be 1.5 times the probe (crys-
Appendix C C400 Page 156 tal) element size or 20 mm, whichever is the shorter. The
Replace: length does not include any rounded corners. The width of the
N5 notches shall not exceed 1 mm.
C400 Batch testing – Girth welds
Appendix D, Table D-3 Page 190
(Clarification)
Replace Table D-3 as follows:
Appendix D Page 178
Replace item D205 as follows: Undercut, if meas- Individual
ured by mechanical Depth d Permitted length
205 The type and number of ultrasonic probes shall be suffi- means d > 1.0 mm Not permitted
cient to ensure that the base material, or the weld and the area 1.0 mm ≥ d ≥ 0.5 mm 50 mm
adjacent to the weld, is: 0.5 mm ≥ d ≥ 0.2 mm 100 mm
< 0.2 mm unlimited
— scanned from both sides of the weld for flaws oriented par- Accumulated length in any 300 mm length
allel to the longitudinal weld axis of weld: < 4 t, maximum 100 mm

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Appendix D Page 193 inspection channel does not represent more than 2 mm of cir-
In item I301 replace N5 notches with N3 (3% of thickness) cumferential weld distance.
notches
Appendix E Page 196
DNV-OS-F201: Dynamic Risers, 2001
Replace item B408 as follows:
Sec.5 Page 33
408 The recording or marking system shall clearly indicate
the location of imperfections relative to the 12 o'clock position In item D604 an absolute value operator is missing for the mo-
of the weld, with a ± 1% accuracy. The system resolution shall ment value, M in the formula (5.29).
be such that each segment of recorded data from an individual

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SECTION 4
RECOMMENDED PRACTICES

Sec.3 Page 56
DNV-RP-A201: Standard Documentation Types, Novem-
ber 2000 Under Code 371.1, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col-
umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1 (NSP) to: MODU.
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
Under Code 371.2, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col-
umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1, OI to: MODU.
DNV-RP-A202: Documentation of Offshore Projects, Jan- Under Code 371.2, change all entries in columns: 'Tension-
uary 2001 leg’ and 'Deep-draught' from: OI to: MODU.
Sec.1 Page 6 Sec.3 Page 57
Insert in Table 1-1, between LIFT and NSP: Under Code 372.5, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col-
umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1 (NSP) to: MODU.
MODU 1989 MODU Code as amended 1991
Sec.3 Page 69
Sec.2 Page 7 Under Code 388.1, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col-
In Table 2-1, item 26, change first word in text to: Openings umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1, OI to: MODU.
Sec.2 Page 10 Under Code 388.1, change all entries in columns: 'Tension-
leg’ and 'Deep-draught' from: OI to: MODU.
Insert new headline between headlines 70 and 701:
Under Code 388.2, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col-
700 Drilling general umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1, OI to: MODU.
Sec.3 Page 53 Under Code 388.2, change all entries in columns: 'Tension-
Under headline 362.0 Bilge general, item Z090: leg’ and 'Deep-draught' from: OI to: MODU.
Change contents of third column from: Y, FI to: Y, R, FI Sec.3 Page 75
Sec.3 Page 54 Insert new headline between headlines 70 and 701:
Under headline 363.0 Ballast general, item Z090: 700 Drilling general
Change contents of third column from: Y, FI to: Y, R, FI Insert under the headline 700 Drilling general:

Z030 Local arrangement plan - Drilling area Y DRU DRU DRU DRU DRU
Under Code 701, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col-
umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1, OI to: DRU. DNV-RP-C203: Fatigue Strength Analysis of Offshore
Steel Structures, October 2001
Under Code 701, change all entries in columns: 'Tension-leg’
and 'Deep-draught' from: OI to: DRU. Inside cover
Under Code 703, change all entries in columns: 'Ship', 'Col- Under the first item under CHANGES, add:
umn-stab.' and 'Self-elevating' from: 1A1, OI to: DRU. See Section 2.6, 2.8.7 and 2.12.
Under Code 703, change all entries in columns: 'Tension-leg’ Sec.2.2 Page 7
and 'Deep-draught' from: OI to: DRU. In Fig 2.2-1, replace K with SCF.
Sec.2.6 Page 14
DNV-RP-A203: Qualification Procedures for New Tech- In Fig 2.6-2, replace K, the unit of the axis of ordinate, with
nology, September 2001 SCF.
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
DNV-RP-E301: Design and Installation of Fluke Anchors
in Clay, 2000
DNV-RP-B401: Cathodic Protection Design, 1993
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
Currently no Amendments and Corrections

DNV-RP-E302: Design and Installation of Drag-in Plate


DNV-RP-C102: Structural Design of Offshore Ships, Feb- Anchors in Clay, 2000
ruary 2002
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
Currently no Amendments and Corrections

DNV-RP-E305: Onbottom Stability Design of Submarine


DNV-RP-C103: Column Stabilised Units, October 2001 Pipelines, 1988
Currently no Amendments and Corrections Currently no Amendments and Corrections

DNV-RP-C202: Buckling Strength of Shells, October 2002 DNV-RP-F101: Corroded Pipelines, 1999
Currently no Amendments and Corrections Currently no Amendments and Corrections

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DNV-RP-F104: Mechanical Pipeline Couplings, 1999


æ1 ö
Currently no Amendments and Corrections F Coll_Riser = F Hit_Platform x ç ---
è4
å P j÷
ø
j = Riser_i

(The righthand factors are to be multiplied rather than added.)


DNV-RP-F105: Free Spanning Pipelines, March 2002
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
DNV-RP-G101: Risk Based Inspection of Offshore Top-
sides Static Mechanical Equipment, January 2002
DNV-RP-F106: Factory Applied External Pipeline Coat- Currently no Amendments and Corrections
ings for Corrosion Control, 2000
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
DNV-RP-O401: Safety and Reliability of Subsea Systems,
April 1985
Currently no Amendments and Corrections
DNV-RP-F107: Risk Assessment of Pipeline Protection,
March 2001
Equation (22) Page 27 DNV-RP-O501: Erosive Wear in Piping Systems, 1999
The equation should read: Currently no Amendments and Corrections

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