About the course
How do you include the effects of pulsations, slug loads, blast loads, water hammer/surge and the opening of relief valves in your stress analysis? By learning how to use the dynamic module within CAESAR II you will be able to effectively conduct these types of analysis.
By using the full capability of the CAESAR II dynamic module, the engineer will be provided with a more accurate overview of the stresses in their system compared to a quasi-steady study. Thereby it may be that the required number of modifications are reduced or unforeseen failures are identified.
Various solvers are present in the CAESAR II dynamic module, namely: Modal, Time History, Harmonic and Spectrum Analyses. Which to select, and the parameters to choose, depends on the load case being analysed.
This training is organized in cooperation with Hexagon PPM. The training will be presented by DRG at the DRG office, but the administration process will be handled by Hexagon PPM.
Selected course format
Price on request
- Face-to-face with instructors
- On-site or in Rijswijk
- Printed course materials
- Lunch included
- For teams
“To create an engineering understanding of dynamic aspecs of piping systems using Caesar II”
Program & Details
- Increased awareness of the dynamic aspects of piping systems
- Competent in using the Dynamic module of CAESAR II
- Can apply the CAESAR II Dynamic module to solve potential dynamic problems
- Are you a user of the CAESAR II piping stress analysis software? Or are you involved with identifying the cause of in-service piping failures or dynamic issues? If this sounds like you, then this training course offers you a great opportunity to increase your skills, and become competent in using CAESAR II as a tool for solving and identifying dynamic issues in piping.
Prerequisites and level
Basic experience in using CAESAR II to conduct a stress analysis.
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