Intergraph CAESAR II

Intergraph CAESAR II Course Description

Duration: 3.00 days (24 hours)

Intergraph CAESAR II training course facilitates you in exploring the fundamentals of pipe design and stress analysis. The training explains the concepts and its implementation through CAESAR II software. Through this software, the participants will explore different analysis including static pipe stress analysis, basic engineering concepts required for stress analysis along with advanced topics covering theory of load generation, and other critical systems.

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Intended Audience for this Intergraph CAESAR II Course

  • » Students and professionals from Production, Mechanical, and Chemical trades, who are interested in learning the pipe stress analysis are the ideal candidates for this training.

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Intergraph CAESAR II Course Objectives

  • » Differentiate between primary and secondary stress
  • » Analyze design code requirements
  • » Identify ways to resolve overstress due to thermal expansion,
  • » Work upon load case combinations and design system for Sustain, Expansion & Occasional Loading
  • » Prepare stress Critical line list
  • » Modeling and analysis of a transmission line, jacketed riser, hydrodynamic loading, and more
  • » Work upon different models including Storage Tank-pump system modeling, Column-heat exchanger model, Pipe Rack CAESAR II Model, Equipment modeling

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Intergraph CAESAR II Course Outline

      1. Intergraph CAESAR II Static Pipe Stress Analysis
        1. Piping code theory basics
        2. Primary and secondary stresses
        3. Creating input data
        4. Design for piping loads
        5. Modeling of piping systems in CAESAR II
        6. Editing the model
        7. Supporting of piping systems (support types)
        8. Sustained and expansion stresses
        9. Design code requirements (e.g. B31.3, B31.1)
        10. Assorted modeling, analysis and compliance topics:
        11. Resolution of overstress due to thermal expansion
        12. Friction effects
        13. Adding flexible connections (vessels)
        14. Assessing equipment allowable loads
        15. Combining piping systems
        16. Load case combinations
        17. Modeling and analysis of a transmission line
        18. Modeling and analysis of a jacketed riser
        19. List/edit modeling, jacketed pipe, wind and hydrodynamic loading
        20. Static seismic loads
        21. Analysis documentation and static analysis workshop
        22. Model generation, system evaluation, system re-design
      2. Basic Stress Analysis
        1. Basic stress concept
        2. Role of Stress Engineer
        3. Basic Stress Stain Theories
        4. Basic Engineering concepts required for stress analysis
        5. Theories of failure
        6. Concept of stress Range
        7. Load Cases
        8. Code Compliance for ASME B31.3
        9. Different types & functions of Pipe support
        10. Design system for Sustain, Expansion & Occasional Loading
        11. Nomograph
        12. Pipe Rack Loading
        13. Support span Calculations
        14. Preparing stress Critical line list
        15. Stress System formation
        16. Overview of Caesar II software
      3. Advance Stress Analysis
        1. Storage Tank-pump system modeling
        2. Column-heat exchanger model
        3. WRC-297 nozzle flexibility
        4. Theory of load case generation
        5. PSV force calculation/ Slug force
        6. Critical Systems viz. : Turbine; Pump; Column, Air Fine Cooler etc
        7. Spring design & Modeling in CAESAR II
        8. Pump Calculation API 610
        9. Equipment Modeling
        10. Pipe Rack CAESAR II Model
        11. Column Piping System

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  1. All students in the class are at a comparable skill level, so the class can run smoothly without beginners slowing down the class for everyone else.
  2. NetCom students enjoy one of the industry's highest success rates, and pass rates when a certification exam is involved.
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