At the recently held Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, several universities from around the word showcased their current and planned research projects that are relevant to offshore technology in a special event called University R&D Showcase.
The universities that participated and the research they presented are listed below:
The University of Tokyo—R&D Activities on Ocean Resources Development
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology—Control Annular Mud Level Drilling - Riser Failure Considerations
University of Houston—Advances in Safe and Reliable Offshore Energy Production: Subsea Systems Institute
University of Oklahoma— Study of Human Factors in Drilling Operations: Enhancing expert containment, decision making, and risk communications
University of California-Berkeley—Distributed Strain Sensing of Wellbore Integrity with the Brillouin Optical Time-Domain Reflectometry
Rice University—Offshore Structures for Power, Flow Assurance, CO2 Capture and other Offshore Technology Topics
Researchers from the University of Oklahoma and the University of Tokyo explain the research they presented in the video below:
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