Webinar : PASS/START-PROF Capabilities for Pipe Stress Analysis of Power and Process Piping Systems

 

Date: 11 June 2020

Time options:

Session 1: 12:00-13:30 CEST (UTC +2) – Please Register

Session 2: 12:00-13:30 CDT (UTC -5) – Please Register

Duration: 1.5 hours

Cost: Free

Registration: pre-registration is required

Description

Learn how PASS/START-PROF can significantly increase your productivity, save time and increase accuracy while piping model creation, its analysis, and reports generation.

Agenda

  • Quick introduction of PASS/START-PROF
  • Supported codes for power and process piping
  • Integration capabilities
  • Object-oriented piping model creation principle
  • Piping object types: pipe, tees, bends, reducers, etc.
  • Equipment objects: Nozzle, Tank Nozzle, Pump, In-line Pump, Turbine, Compressor, Air cooler, Fired heater
  • Expansion joint objects
  • Databases, ASME B31J, Creep self-springing effect, wind, ice, snow, seismic loads
  • Minimum design metal temperature (MDMT) according to 323.2.2 (a)-(j) ASME B31.3
  • Alternative occasional allowable stress 302.3.6 ASME B31.3
  • Creep-Rupture usage factor, Appendix V ASME B31.3
  • FRP/GRP/GRE piping analysis
  • Pipe and fittings wall thickness calculation
  • Operation mode editor. Load cases
  • Analysis reports: Stress in piping, Stress in insulation, Seismic stress, Flaw stress, Restraint loads, Equipment loads, Displacements, Expansion joints check, variable spring selection, constant spring selection, buckling analysis, flange leakage
  • Special features

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Presenter: Alex Matveev, Ph.D. PASS/Start-Prof Development, Support & Training Since 2005

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