Webinar-1: How to Achieve Convergence Running Nonlinear Analysis: This webinar is presented by Mr. Luke Andrew (As an engineer since 2007 and a professional engineer since 2011, Luke Andrew has worked in design and construction on plant and building services projects in various industries, including nuclear, and oil and gas. He has worked with such companies as Babcock & Wilcox, Battelle Energy Alliance, URS, CH2M-Hill, Chevron, Tesoro, ConocoPhillips, and Exxon. Andrew’s expertise is in the design of piping systems and pressure vessels for the power, nuclear, chemical, and gas pipeline industries. He is conversant in all major design codes and pipe stress and vessel design programs, including Bentley’s AutoPIPE and AutoPIPE Vessel, Intergraph Caesar, Caepipe, Codeware Compress, and CEI DesignCalcs. Currently, Andrew manages AutoPIPE software within Bentley Systems. )
Ensure that your nonlinear and buried piping analyses converge with these quick tips!
Runtime: 30 minutes
Stop losing valuable project time trying to figure out why your piping analyses aren’t converging. These tips and tricks will help streamline your project workflow.
Learn from our pipe stress expert, Luke Andrew, as he discusses:
- An introduction to nonlinear analysis
- Quick tips for convergence
- Detailed information on settings for convergence
- Buried piping convergence
Webinar 2: Performing Seismic and Wind Analysis in AutoPIPE:- This webinar is presented by Ms. Jessica (Portuese) Alegre (Jessica joined Bentley in September 2012 as a Mechanical Application Engineer. Based in Toms River, New Jersey, she focuses on working with AutoPIPE/Pipe Stress Analysis and AutoPIPE Vessel/Vessel Design and Analysis. Prior to joining Bentley, she worked with an EPC company for 5 years after graduating from Penn State University with a degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics. Jessica enjoys interacting with both users and our development team! )
Learn how AutoPIPE allows you to produce compliant designs that integrate pipe thermal loads with seismic and wind loading conditions. Subtitles are supported in the English language.
Runtime: 53 minutes
Discover how the latest version of AutoPIPE can help you efficiently address a wide range of advanced pipe stress analysis options in a single application. Watch this webinar and see the tools for seismic and wind load analysis in AutoPIPE including:
- Static and dynamic earthquake loads that allow you to quickly define up to thirty cases in one model
- Global seismic codes such as ALA (ASCE 2002), ASCE-7 2010, Chinese GB50011-2001, and Mexican CFE 2008
- Wind loads that generate wind pressure versus height profile for static load cases
- Wind loads according to ASCE 7-02, ASCE 7-10, ASCE 7-98, or UBC-97 requirements