Training Video: Buried/Underground Piping Stress Analysis

This Tutorial Video will explain the methodology used during Buried (Underground) Piping (Pipeline) Stress Analysis with PASS/START-PROF software.

Stress Analysis of Underground piping always creates difficulty for the stress engineers due to various additional considerations comparative to the above-ground piping system. Various additional parameters like soil properties, piping and soil interaction, etc need to be considered while analysis. Stress Analysis can be performed using ASME B31.3, B31.4, B31.8, ISO-14692, and all other international codes.

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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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