Mathematical Modeling of the Stress-Strain State of Oil and Gas Storage and Pipelines

Major: Oil and Gas Engineering and Technology
Code of subject: 6.185.00.O.063
Credits: 4.00
Department: Department of Oil and Gas Engineering and Welding
Lecturer: Maksymovych O.V.
Semester: 5 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts, principles, theories of elasticity and soil mechanics and use them in practice Own the main methods of developing mathematical models in the gas transport industry Combine methods of mathematical and computer simulation with informal expert analysis procedures to find optimal solutions. Be able to apply modern programming technologies and software development, software sales of numerical algorithms.
Required prior and related subjects: Mounting and welding work in the construction of pipelines and structures Mechanics of destruction of metal structures Chemical properties of oil and gas and bases of technologies of processing
Summary of the subject: As a result of studying the course, knowledge and skills for evaluating the stress-strain state of pipelines and gas storages are deepened on the basis of the approaches of elasticity theory using applied mathematical packets
Assessment methods and criteria: Criteria for assessing the student's knowledge and skills based on the study of the module's educational material in a 100-point scale and ECTS scale: current control - 30, exam - 70.
Recommended books: Lekhnitskii SG. Anisotropic plates. New York, London, Paris, Montreux, Tokyo, Melbourne: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers; 1987. p. 534. Maksymovych O.,Illyushyn О. Stress calculation and optimization in composite plates with holes based on the modified integral equation method. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements,10, 2017