- Trainees will be introduced to pipe stress analysis and its fundamentals based on the Offshore & Onshore Process Plants industry.
- The course is designed to allow you to appreciate an actual piping industry experience as a pipe stress engineer as you work through typical stress models with the trainer.
- Each session is conducted in a discussion format designed to provide intensive instruction and guidance on understanding basic modelling & simplified problem solving.
- Each trainee is provided with a work machine and a copy of CAESAR II program for use during the course.
Who should attend?
For Piping/Mechanical Engineers who have between nil –1year work experience in using CAESAR II® and also possess some knowledge in Industry Codes & Standards; ASME B31.3, B16.5, ASME Section VIII, API, etc.
In these FOUR (4) consecutive days, you will be introduced to:
- Objectives and the definition of stress analysis
- Information required to perform an analysis
- The code compliances for a system
- Forces , Moments and Stresses in the system
- The differences of the sustained, occasional and expansion stresses
- Using the list editor and the units module
- Input procedure for external loads, wind and seismic
- Equipment nozzle checks
- Structural modelling and analysis
- Simple supports, spring hangers and expansion joints