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1.Offshore Service Module Placement
Offshore Service Module is basically a perimeter layout, the bow mounted on an offshore rig, with a pick out and envelope design. Can reduce injury to crew in the event of an accident in the cantilever beam drilling operation, can also free up the middle deck space for the job stacker.
On the other hand, a cantilever beam suspension operation moves the overall center of gravity towards the stern. Offshore Service Module can reduce the backshift of the platform center of gravity and increase in the shaft force of the leg leg at port and starboard.
2.Offshore Service Module External Bulkhead
Offshore Service Module exterior bulkheads feature troughed bulkheads from top to bottom, combined with pillars every other distance.
The groove bulkhead is pressed from steel plate, with its groove twists instead of the role of strong material.
The advantage of the trough bulkhead compared to the planar bulkhead is to reduce structural weight and save steel under the same strength conditions.
At the same time, the assembly and welding effort is reduced by eliminating the strength material and its elbow plate.
Offshore Service Module external bulkhead grooved bulkheads are vertically arranged with the trapezoidal vertical arrangement, the bottom of each bulkhead is welded directly to the deck, and the top groove is mounted on the panel of the T-profile.
3. Offshore Service Module Secure Channel
Under the provisions of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SLAS), the off-risk walkways and ladders are laid out outside Offshore Service Module, allowing crew members to reach lifeboat positions at any time in their living premises.
CIMC Yangzhou Base Offshore Service Module designs and constructs offshore rig living areas in accordance with international practices in the construction of offshore oil engineering.

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