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Piping forms the backbone of all processing plants. A large portion of the capital expenditure during plant construction and a pipe failure can result in large financial losses due to plant downtime. As a result, the correct sizing of piping systems is vital and requires an in-depth analysis of the stresses these components need to withstand.
Computer aided design has brought many advancements in the areas of design and analysis in this field, allowing engineers to analyze large systems in a fraction of the time it took in the past.
However, a prerequisite to all pipe stress analysis is a good understanding of the flow in the system. Without a way to correctly quantify the pressures and forces resulting from the fluid flow in the system a trustworthy stress analysis is not possible.
Flownex enables engineers to easily predict pressures and flow rates in large systems by providing a platform to model the plant in its entirety.
May, 9 | Tuesday | 05:00 GMT / 11:00 GMT / 15:00 GMT
Flownex enables engineers to easily predict pressures and flowrates in large systems by providing a platform to model the plant in its entirety.
In this webinar we shall discuss the different considerations in the analysis of the flow in large piping systems and showcase how Flownex can be used to model this. The presentation shall also include a demonstration of models of practical scenarios where system analysis has been used, as well as, a demonstration of how Flownex can be easily coupled with structural codes for stress analysis.
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- air turbine
- oil & gas
- controller tuning
- simulation environment
- valve sizing
- control valve
- heat transfer
- secondary flow
- brayton cycle
- humid air cycle
- power cycle analysis
- dynamic simulation
- excel integration
- pipeline cost optimization
- natural circulation