About This Course
Pipe Stress Analysis is one of the important activities in piping design engineering. Piping routes done by piping layout engineers or designers are approved by performing proper analysis. So, basically, piping stress analysis is the certification that the piping system for critical lines will work for its designed life as intended. So, this course will provide sufficient details on the responsibilities and activities of piping stress engineers in day-to-day work life. The Online Piping Stress Analysis using Caesar II course is developed in a structured way to help interested mechanical and chemical engineers learn the piping stress analysis methodologies using Caesar II software.
This online pipe stress analysis course will guide you step-by-step in learning to model your piping geometry, error check and analyze it, then review your results.
The online piping stress analysis course consists of a series of online videos to help engineers learn the following:
- What is Pipe Stress Analysis?
- Deciding Stress Critical Lines and Preparing Critical Line List.
- Inputs for Piping Stress Analysis.
- Getting Started with Caesar II Software.
- Introduction to Pipe Supports
- Pipe Thickness Calculation
- What is Piping isometric drawing?
- Starting with Pump Piping Stress Analysis.
- Creating Load Cases for Pipe Stress Analysis.
- Modeling of Horizontal Vessel for Stress Analysis.
- Wind and Seismic Analysis in Caesar II.
- Flange Leakage Analysis using Pressure Equivalent, NC, and ASME Sec VIII method
- PSV Piping Stress Analysis.
- What is Piping Expansion Loop?
- Modal Analysis in Caesar II.
- WRC 537 and WRC 297 in Caesar II.
- Slug and Surge Flow Analysis in Caesar II using Static Equivalent Method.
- Generating Stress Analysis Reports for Clients.
- Storage Tank Piping Stress Analysis.
- Editing model, Modeling Trunnion or Dummy Support in Caesar II.
- Buried piping stress analysis steps.
- Use of Spring Hangers
- Quizzes on the subjects you learn.
- Assignments for the course.
- B.E./B. Tech/B. Sc. in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering.
- Caesar II Software for practice purposes.
- Anyone who wishes to learn pipe stress analysis basics using Caesar II and make a career as a Piping Stress Analyst in the Oil and Gas, Power, Chemical, Petrochemical industries.