ROVworld Subsea Information

Advertise on ROVworld.com!
ROVworld Subsea Information: Forums

View next topic
View previous topic
Quote
What is the max speed the vessel should go if transiting between two relatively short locations with the TMS still in the water?

Thanks

Archie
Quote
There are a few things to consider but you don't give any detail. I suggest you let your supervisor assess the situation and make any decisions.

Wink
Quote
Go to the point where your Lars/crane start to buckle then just back of a touch !
Quote
So none of you know.

Maybe someone else will. It's just out of interest. Lets say the tms is at 300m. The vessel heads north. It has a kilometre to transit. The current is 1 knot from the north.
Quote
Rolling Eyes
Put ya brain in gear before ye open thy gob !
Quote
Archie

What class ROV are you talking about?
Does the TMS have thrust?
Is the sub in or out of the TMS?
What is the TMS weight in water?
What is the spec of the main lift umbilical?
What is the bollard pull of the sub?
If not in the TMS, how much tether have you got out?
What is the variation of seabed, hence water depth over the 1km?
What is the sea state?

Your posts are vague.

Sit down and talk it through with your supervisor, they should be able to give you all the answers you need.


Wink
Quote
Try 2kts. See how it goes. Wink
Quote
K2 wrote:
Archie

What class ROV are you talking about?
Does the TMS have thrust?
Is the sub in or out of the TMS?
What is the TMS weight in water?
What is the spec of the main lift umbilical?
What is the bollard pull of the sub?
If not in the TMS, how much tether have you got out?
What is the variation of seabed, hence water depth over the 1km?
What is the sea state?

Your posts are vague.

Sit down and talk it through with your supervisor, they should be able to give you all the answers you need.


Wink


its a videoray
Quote
Rolling Eyes

Suspected this and your 'contract' post were a wind-up. All future posts will be treated the same.

You are now on my 'ignore' list.



Wink
Quote
ya I was pretty sure he was trolling as well.
Quote
so some TMS have propulsion to counter tether drag?
Quote
archie wrote:
So none of you know.

Maybe someone else will. It's just out of interest. Lets say the tms is at 300m. The vessel heads north. It has a kilometre to transit. The current is 1 knot from the north.


WTF - Bring it back to deck, do your transit, and relaunch you slack arse! By the time you did a click at 1 Kt you could have cracked on with more work.
I was on the kettle!
Quote
Samsears88


http://smd.co.uk/products/work-class-rov-systems/garage-tms.htm

http://www.f-e-t.com/our_products_technologies/subsea-solutions/tether-management-systems-tms/

Of course, how / whether you use these systems is down to individual ROV crew supervisors.

Wink
Quote
I am sorry but this thread is hilarious.

...but the guys on ROV world told me 10kts was okay lolllllll

It cannot be standardized, ask the supervisor.
Quote
Nice one, thanks K2 Smile

Display posts from previous:

Goto page 1, 2  Next





View next topic
View previous topic
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum
You can attach files in this forum
You can download files in this forum