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FEFU student patented the design of the Arctic drilling platform - EastRussia | Far East






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A student of the FEFU patented the design of the Arctic drilling platform

Vladislav Baryshev, a master of engineering at the FEFU School of Engineering, developed and patented a project for an ice-resistant offshore platform for production facilities on the Arctic shelf, the university press service said on Wednesday. The design is intended for exploratory drilling in particularly harsh temporary and climatic conditions, for performing urgent work in a short navigational period.

It is reported that the facility is designed to accommodate exploration equipment in the shallow sections of the shelf and may form the basis of a new technical tool - a universal drilling platform for year-round autonomous work in the Arctic. Stability under ice loads of the design, designed as a self-moving round floating platform, provides special anchor devices buried in the bottom soil. The deck varies in height, depending on the depth of the shelf. The diameter of the platform is assumed to be almost in 90 m, the height of the structure is almost 40 m.

The project was developed taking into account the conditions in the water areas of the Ob and Taz lips of the Kara Sea, where soils with silt and loam predominate, creating difficulties for ensuring the stability and reliability of structures. In FEFU it is believed that in the future the engineering solution of the student can be adapted to other conditions, and also become the basis for a qualitatively new technical facility - a universal drilling platform capable of conducting year-round and autonomous work in shallow Arctic fields.