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Typical Offshore Wind Farm array cable installation process using the Siem Aimery Cable Lay Vessel and Siem Moxie Installation Support vessel by Siem Offshore Contractors GmbH. Visit http://www.siemoffshorecontractors.com/ for more information about SOC.
Offshore Wind Farm inner array grid cable installation on the Nordsee One OWF project as executed by Siem Offshore Contractors during the summer of 2016. The submarine cable installation was performed using the leading Siem cable installation Duo (Siem Aimery - Cable Lay Vessel and Siem Moxie - Installation Support vessel). Visit http://www.siemoffshorecontractors.com/ for more information about SOC.
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In the summer of 2016, VBMS completed their scope of work for the Sandbank Offshore Wind Farm existing of cable supply, CPS, installation, post lay burial and termination & testing of 76 infield cables. The Sandbank Offshore Wind Farm is situated in the German Bight, next to the DanTysk Offshore Windfarm. The 72 wind turbines will generate a total capacity of 288MW. For more information see www.vbms.com
Electrically driven Cable handling equipment. Cable loading, marine transit and cable unloading incl. carousel, loading tower and loading arm.
Preventing an Anchor Cable Accident in Offshore Vessels Don't Forget to Subscribe Us Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarineOnlineYoutube Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarineOnlineYou Follow Google+ https://plus.google.com/107450234425940445683 Website: https://marineonlineyou.blogspot.com/
This animation depicts a standard repair to an undersea fiber optic cable system, performed by one of TE SubCom's cable ships.
Submarine cable installations in the telecom, power and seismic industries have similarities and differences. But there is a common thread in every submarine cable lay: you need accurate real-time control over the position and bottom tension of your cable as it lands on the seabed. This video discusses a proven method for achieving this control being used by over 75% of the telecom cable ships in the world. A tool called MakaiLay allows operators to precisely control the two most important variables in a cable installation: cable POSITION and TENSION. This software calculates all forces on the cable and can automatically adjust cable payout speed and vessel navigation to keep tension within acceptable limits, safely and accurately installing the cable on the seabed. Over the last 15 year...
Electrically driven offshore tensioners. Robust and energy efficient cable engines controlling the installation and recovery of offshore cables
In December 2016, VBMS completed the installation of two 16 kilometre-long 150kV HVAC cables for the Rampion offshore wind farm situated off the coast of Worthing, UK. To overcome some environmental challenges in this very shallow water, VBMS had to extend the pre-installed landfall HDD’s with duct extensions of approx. 480 metres each. VBMS utilised Boskalis’ backhoe dredger Manu Pekka to dredge the trenches before installing the duct extensions. In addition, Boskalis dredged three flotation pits per cable routing to allow CLV Stemat Spirit to reach the location of the end of the ducts. Following the cable pull-in CLV Stemat Spirit jumped from pit to pit during high tides while laying the cable until it reached deeper water where it could safely remain afloat and resume the remaining cabl...
In August 2016, VBMS executed the first export cable shore landing for the Galloper Offshore Wind Farm utilising its newly invented method for lowering the cable onto the seabed without the use of divers, wet riggers or support vessels. By using a remotely controlled progressive buoyancy release system, VBMS is able to increase safety and efficiency by eliminating time-consuming interfaces. For more information contact vbms.com
BILBAO, SPAIN / VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA — Microsoft, Facebook and Spanish telecommunications giant Telxius have just completed work on a massive continent-to-continent underwater cable. According to a Microsoft news release, the Marea undersea cable is comprised of eight pairs of fiber optic cables, encircled by copper, a layer of hard-plastic and a waterproof coating. The subsea cable stretches over 4,000 miles from the U.S. east coast at Virginia Beach, to Spain's north coast at Bilbao. When laying the cable, engineers had to account for an average depth of 11,000 feet and hazards including coral reefs, earthquake zones and active volcanoes. The cable can transmit a maximum of 160 terabits per second. That's the equivalent of 71 million streaming high definition videos. ---------...