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ENGR 689: Subsea Hardware

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: David Gywn
Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Subsea Engineering

This online continuing education course builds upon the concepts mastered in Fundamentals of Subsea Engineering by laying a foundation on the basic elements (bolting, seals, flanges & hubs, valves, fittings, connections, actuators, etc.) that make up subsea hardware assemblies and learning how these elements work together in a system.  At the completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Describe the role of hardware related industry standards (mainly API 17D).
  • Demonstrate how the basic elements function individually and as part of a system.
  • Evaluate hardware specifications and determine if the hardware is appropriate for a certain project requirements.
  • Identify the appropriate industry standards to use depending on the hardware characteristics. 
This course is offered as a continuing education course, students who successfully complete this course will earn continuing education units and a certificate of course completion.  No academic credit will be issued for completing this course.