Pump Piping Stress Analysis Using Caesar II Software
What you'll learn
- Learn the Basics of Pipe Stress Analysis.
- Learn the Basics of Caesar II Software
- Learn to create load cases for pipe stress analysis in Caesar II
- Learn the basics of pump piping stress analysis.
- Learn to create load cases for pump piping analysis in Caesar II software.
- Learn to read isometrics to model piping system.
- Learn to read data from pump GA to model and analyze in Caesar II.
- Practical case Study of a Pump Piping Stress Analysis
- Caesar II Software
- Basic working knowledge of working with Caesar II will be added advantage
- Familiarity with piping isometric drawings will be added advantage
Piping Stress Analysis is one of the critical activities in Piping Design. The critical piping systems must be checked by performing an analysis to ensure that the system will work as intended throughout its design life without failure. Caesar II by Hexagon is the most widely used Pipe Stress Analysis software and is controlling the major market share in piping stress analysis applications. this course will help the students to learn the basics of pipe stress analysis, the code and standard requirements, inputs required for performing pipe stress analysis, etc. The course will guide the student about the load case requirements and the steps to create load cases. Finally, an analysis of a pump piping system will be undertaken as a case study. In that, the student will learn how to read isometrics, what parameters to check for modeling lines, what inputs and parameters are required for pump piping stress analysis, what are all the considerations for analysis, where to check nozzle loading requirements, etc. So, the complete course will guide the student in step-by-step methods to perform and learn pipe stress analysis.
Through this course the students will learn the following:
Piping Stress Analysis Basics.
Caesar II software Introduction
Creating Analysis Load Cases
Modeling and Analysing a pump piping system
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wish to learn piping stress analysis steps and methodologies should take this course.
I am a mechanical engineer and currently working as a Piping and Pipeline Stress Engineer with more than 20 years of relevant experience in the fields of oil and gas, chemical, petrochemical, water, and refinery. In my leisure time, I do blogging on piping and other related engineering sectors to help newcomers learn whatever I know. For more insight regarding pipe stress analysis, you can visit my blog whatispiping(dot)com