Pipe Stress Analysis Webinar and Workshop Recording

This workshop was performed during Plant Engineering Workshop 2020 (PEW20) at the International Institute of Plant Engineering and Design (InPED).

In this workshop recording you will see:

  • How to model the pressure vessel
  • How to consider vessel thermal expansion
  • How to consider the vessel nozzle flexibility
  • What is the global and local flexibility?
  • How to check the nozzle allowable loads
  • How to check the nozzle stresses using WRC 537/297 and Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • How to model the pump, turbine, compressor
  • How to check the allowable loads on pump, turbine, compressor
  • How to reduce the loadы on equipment
  • How to consider the more accurate tee flexibilities and SIF factors using ASME B31J
  • How to model the tank nozzle flexibilities, subsidence, bulging, and thermal expansions
  • How to check the tank nozzle loads using API 650 and Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • How to create the load cases with different temperatures, pressures, etc.
  • How to avoid the zero anchor loads
  • How to model the buried piping, what is a restrained and unrestrained zone
  • How to model the water hammer loads
  • How to add the seismic loads

Pipe Stress Analysis Workshop Recording

Video 1: Pipe Stress Analysis using START-PROF Workshop Recording

Pipe Stress Analysis Webinar Recording

Video 2: Pipe Stress Analysis Webinar Recording
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Alex Matveev

Alex Matveev is one of the authors of pipe stress analysis codes GOST 32388-2013 Process Piping, and GOST 55596-2013 District Heating Networks. He is also one of the developers of PASS/Start-Prof software, which is developed since 1965 and used in 95% of process, power, district heating, gas and oil transportation design companies in Russia and CIS countries; it is industry standard in that region. He is the head of the PASS/START-PROF pipe stress analysis software development team. Also, He offers technical support and training for users of their software that number already 3000+, developing since 1965, industry standard in several countries for 50+ years, translated into English in 2017, come out from their domestic market, and started sales for the international market since 2018.

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