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Admin
4 days ago

After Mexico City Earthquake, the PEMEX (Petroleos Mexicanos) Refiney located in Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, Mexico required a shut down to inspect some vapor lines connected to turbines, steel structures an
Alex
Oct 8

ASME B31.4 and B31.8 codes divide pipes into restrained and unrestrained. Which part of pipe is restrained and which is not? http://www.whatispiping.com/restrained-and-unrestrained1
Alex
Oct 19, 2018

http://www.whatispiping.com/several-asme-b31-en-13480-issues-needed-to-know-for-pipe-stress-engineer-part-1
valeryanpilov
Jun 3, 2018

Stress simulations for pipelines Checking the pipeline designs, I use shell finite-element theory for stress simulations. In almost every project, I find significant differences in stresses and str
Antonio Martinez
Oct 22

Piping Stress Course for not Specialist I would like to announce that in Spain in Madrid, I finish, last Wednesday December 5th, my first course of Piping Stress Analysis for Not Specialist. My f
Alex
Feb 15

Video: Plastic Piping Stress Analysis (HDPE, PP, PB, PVDF, PVC). Part 1 https://goo.gl/HehHuN In this video I will show you how easy is HDPE piping stress analysis. Just draw your model and run anal
valeryanpilov
Jul 31, 2018

Dear Colleagues, I want to compare the stress of pipeline simulations in two ways: 1. Using the theory of beam finite elements 2. Using the theory of shell finite elements if someone is ready to he
Juan Manuel Mendez Franco
Mar 27, 2018

Piping Stress Analysis (Flexibility Analysis) is an important design function that designers and engineers, in nearly all of the engineering departments associated with and affected by Piping Design,

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