Present and future technical integrity management practices for integrated operations
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The first part of this thesis will map the requirements and best practices for performing criticality classification, maintenance and inspection analyses leading to the establishment of preventive maintenance and inspection programs. Over the last decade or so the recognition of IO has brought increasing use of information and communication technology to the NCS making it possible to transfer vast amounts of real time data through high speed fiber cables between off- and onshore installations. This has led to increasing use of condition monitoring technology giving operators the possibility to detect degradations at an earlier stage. Emerging from this technology is the development of integrated information systems like the TIMS maintenance portal; a web-based decision support portal for managers, planners and decision makers giving access to a wide range of maintenance related information from multiple sources. The TIMS maintenance portal will be introduced and further exemplified in a case study of a water injection system, proposing a way to use real-time and offline technical condition data for visualizing the technical condition of the WI system in the TIMS maintenance portal interface.
Master's thesis in Structural engineering