BOSpulse 5.1: Improved and more efficient user interface

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As has become a sort of tradition, this new BOSpulse release brings many small and large improvements to its user interface that make it even more efficient and versatile. For instance, many dialog boxes for entering model parameters are embedded in the main BOSpulse window instead of being shown in separate windows. This makes it […]

BOSpulse 5.1: Improved support for comparing scenarios and cases

When an API analysis involves a large number of operating conditions your BOSpulse model will be made up of many scenarios and simulation cases. This will make it challenging to keep track of the differences between simulation cases and to determine which cases need mitigation measures in order to meet the API allowable limits. BOSpulse […]

BOSpulse 5.1: Improved support for modeling PSDs

Pulsation Suppression Devices (PSDs) are commonly used in gas compression systems to reduce the pressure pulsations due to reciprocating equipment. While BOSpulse has enabled one to build accurate models of PSDs, this has been a manual process involving the detailed specification of all elements making up a PSD. BOSpulse 5.1 simplifies this process significantly by […]

BOSpulse 5.1: Improved support for modeling gases

The release of BOSpulse 5.1 brings improved support for modeling gases. The addition of a new Custom Gas type, for instance, enables you to specify a complete equation of state in the form of a table listing all relevant gas properties as a function of both the temperature and pressure. The BOSpulse user interface will […]

BOSpulse 5.1: Improved performance of the flow solvers

An API analysis can involve many scenarios and parameter variations. The analysis time may therefore be a significant factor in the execution of a pulsation project, especially if it involves a non-trivial piping model. Fortunately, BOSpulse 5.1 brings several improvements that may reduce the analysis time considerably. Both the transient (time domain) and harmonic (frequency […]

BOSpulse 5.0: Improved and more efficient user interface

As has become a sort of tradition, this new BOSpulse release brings many small and large improvements to its user interface that make it even more efficient and versatile. For instance, when creating a new project, you can specify global model properties in advance so that you do not have to adjust them afterward. One […]

BOSpulse 5.0 released

DRG is pleased to announce the next release of BOSpulse, version 5.0. BOSpulse is a comprehensive software solution for performing pulsation analyses of piping systems involving reciprocating equipment such as reciprocating compressors (API 618) and reciprocating pumps (API 674). The video below shows the highlights of the 2022 version 5.0. https://youtu.be/TKtdzNM8mag New features include: Improved model […]

BOSpulse: Support for the ASME B31J Piping Code

When we introduced BOSpulse 4.0 it became possible to perform structural, harmonic analyses without leaving the BOSpulse interface. With the new BOSpulse 4.1, we made this capability even more powerful by implementing support for the more sophisticated ASME B31J Piping Code. Another significant reason to perform all your structural harmonic analyses with BOSpulse. The B31J […]

BOSpulse: Save time modelling with the new PSD generator

Pulsation Suppression Devices (PSDs) are commonly used in piping systems with, for instance, reciprocating compressors. These PSDs currently need to be modelled with a collection of elements, which can involve some effort as all of these elements have to be manually created. However, most PSDs are similar in layout, as they tend to be composed […]

BOSpulse 5.0: New heat exchanger element type

BOSpulse comes with a comprehensive collection of element types that can be used to model devices and equipment that are commonly present in piping systems. This collection has been extended with a new element type for modeling shell and tube heat exchangers. The Heat Exchanger element can model both the flow through the shell and […]