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: Pipe Stress Analysis using Caesar II
: 04 Sep 2018 - 07 Sep 2018 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
: Hotel Grand Tebu - Bandung
: Mechanical Engineering


-    In this course, participants will not only be provided with the concept and theory of performance measurement and development of supplier/vendor.
-    Participants will also be invited to create an interactive vendor performance development program.

-    To learn the piping Codes, Standard and Regulations
-    To learn Technical Piping Documentation
-    To learn piping design loads and be able to conduct stress analysis
-    To understand the ANSI Piping Codes and   ASME Codes
-    To learn piping support analysis & design
-    To utilize software Caesar II to conduct static and dynamic stress calculation, including expansion, bend, flange, and other equipment

A.    Basic Theory:
        -    Basic Stress Theory
        -    Piping Systems: Codes, Standards and Regulations
        -    Piping Design Loads
        -    Pipe Stress Requirement
        -    ANSI Piping Codes and ASME Codes
        -    Pipe Support Systems

B.    Using Caesar II:
        -    Main Menu
        -    Modeling Approach
        -    Static Analysis
        -    Dynamics Analysis
        -    Structural and Buried Pipeline
        -    Output Processing
        -    Case Studies: Real problem

-    Piping Engineers
-    Piping Designer
-    Mechanical Engineers
-    Maintenance Engineers and supervisors
-    Service Engineers and supervisors
-    Work over engineers and supervisors
-    Plant Engineers
-    Petroleum Engineers


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: Hotel Grand Tebu
: Bandung

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