Computational Pipe Stress Analysis using CAESAR II
CAESAR II from Intergraph evaluates the structural responses and stresses of piping systems to international codes and standards.
As a Canadian Company, Little P.Eng. for Pipe Stress Analysis Services work with the latest software to provide comprehensive static and dynamic pipe stress analysis services.
Our qualified piping stress engineers working in our Pipe Stress Analysis Engineering Company develop pipe models for analysis, while clearly indicating areas of concern and providing an excellent idea of the piping system's flexibility. Colour coded stress models and animated displacements for any stress load case are available.
Besides the evaluation of a piping system’s response to thermal, deadweight and pressure loads, CAESAR II analysis the effects of wind, support settlement, seismic loads and wave loads.
CAESAR II also allows for the detailed modelling of expansion joints and restraints such as anchors, guides and skids, as well as selecting the proper springs for supporting systems with large vertical deflections. Dynamic analysis capabilities include modal, harmonic, response spectrum and time history analysis.
Comprehensive pipe stress analysis using Caesar II© Pipe Stress Analysis Software. Typically a computational STATIC analysis methodology to the requirements of the appropriate Piping Code. Typical load cases for analysis include:
Dead weight / sustained load analysis
Component load evaluation
Seismic analysis static
Wind analysis static
Snow load and ice loads
Comprehensive pipe stress analysis using Ceasar II Pipe Stress Analysis Services. Typically a computational DYNAMIC analysis methodology to the requirements of the appropriate Piping Code. Typlical load cases for analysis include:
Relief valve operation
Fluid hammer analysis
Slug flow analysis
Little P.Eng. for Engineering Services proudly presents its Licensed Professional Canadian Piping Stress Engineers; Located in Calgary Alberta, we serve our clients across Canada. Our professional piping stress engineers have a bachelor's / Master's degree in mechanical / structural engineering and province licence (P.Eng.) in Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Ontario. We review, validate, certify and stamp piping and structural packages.