Anthony Horn Director, PipingDesignOnline.com Stay up-to-date with online video training Would you like to know how CAESAR II really works? How does CAESAR II calculate displacements, forces, and stresses? Which primary mathematical process does CAESAR II use as it evaluates piping models?
These questions are answered in the latest video training lesson from PipingDesignOnline.com, F=KX: CAESAR II and the Stiffness Method.
David Diehl, the Director of Training at Intergraph CADWorx & Analysis Solutions, has produced a series of seven videos and an 80-page lesson guide that explore these topics in depth. This original content is a fascinating look at the inner workings of CAESAR II. After you grasp these principles, you will have a direct path from your input screen to the displacement report in CAESAR II. Such an understanding will be instrumental in setting your expectations from your CAESAR II analyses and increase your knowledge of pipe stress analysis.
There are currently two certification courses available: CAESAR II Fundamentals and CAESAR II Statics One. Additional courses are under development.
Every six weeks another CAESAR II lesson is added to the Statics libraries. Topics include:
How the Piping Codes and CAESAR II Calculate Stresses - 8 Videos
Hanger Design in CAESAR II - 9 Videos
Hanger Controls - Optimizing Your Design - 9 Videos
Modeling a Turbine Exhaust Line - 9 Videos
Piping Codes - 2 Videos
Stress Intensification Factors - 2 Videos
CAESAR II and the Stiffness Method - 7 Videos
The Quick Build Model - 12 Videos
Plus - CAESAR II Fundamentals Training (4 Lessons) - 33 Videos
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October 8 - CAESAR II Webinar: What’s New in CAESAR II 2016. Register now
To help you with internal QA associated with adopting a new version, you can take advantage of the CAESAR II Verification and Validation Guide, which includes about 60 verification problem comparisons, corresponding CAESAR II input jobs, and a tool to compare outputs.
Press ALT+C or click Continue (next or new element) to add another element after the currently selected element in your model.