Presented by Steve Gillott and Chris Bradshaw from CADWorx & Analysis Solutions as well as Mark Groen from Dynaflow Research Group, this webinar featured how you can prevent  the consequences of a surge that is not catered for in the design of a system ranges from pipe clashes, support failures and equipment overload through to pipe rupture.

Many companies predict these loads using very conservative ‘hand’ calculations. The CAESAR II & BOSfluids interaction makes the process quick, easy and accurate via data sharing and an easy-to-use interface.

Download the Analysis of surge problems with CAESAR II and BOSfluids Webinar to see a seamless workflow including:
  • Importing a CAESAR II model into a BOSfluids 3D model
  • The easy creation of boundary conditions for a flow simulation
  • Showing/discussing the simulation results – tabular, 2D and 3D
  • Exporting the simulation results (load v time) to CAESAR II to perform a dynamic time history
    stress analysis
  • Assessment of the ‘mechanical’ analysis for consequences on code and equipment compliance
This webinar also featured the new capabilities recently added to BOSfluids Version 5.40.

When registering for this webinar, we ask that you use your business information, including your business email address, due to export compliance guidelines. You will receive en email with a link to download the recording.

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Analysis of Surge problems with CAESAR II and BOSfluids