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Request Free Trial. Language: English. Full Description This recommended practice provides an assessment process for the consideration of fire and blast in the design of offshore structures and includes guidance and examples for setting performance criteria.
This document complements the contents of the Section 18 of API RP 2A, 21st Edition with more comprehensive guidance in design of both fixed and floating offshore structures against fire and blast loading. Guidance on the implementation of safety and environmental management practices and hazard identification, event definition and risk assessment can be found in API RP 75 and the API RP 14 series. The interface with these documents is identified and emphasized throughout, as structural engineers need to work closely with facilities engineers experienced in performing hazard analysis as described in API RP 14J, and with the operator's safety management system as described in API RP
API RP 2FB
API RP 2FB:2006-04
This document provides guidelines and recommended practice for the satisfactory design of offshore structures against fire and blast loading. Reaffirmed June This document recommends minimum requirements and guidelines for the design and installation of new piping systems on production platforms located offshore. This document recommends minimum requirements and guidelines for the design and installation of electrical systems on fixed and floating petroleum facilities located offshore. This document recommends minimum requirements and guidelines for the design and installation of electrical systems on fixed and floating petroleum facilities located offshore when hazardous locations are classified as Zone 0, Zone 1, or Zone 2. This RP presents recommendations for minimizing the likelihood of having an accidental fire, and for designing, inspecting, and maintaining fire control systems.