CAESAR Training Course Introduction:
CAESAR Training Fundamentals Course is ideal for new CAESAR users or advanced users who are migrating over to CAESAR from other systems. CAESAR Training course is based on the three examples found in Appendix S of the B31.3 Piping Code. Global Online Trainings will help you to explore many of the screens and features in CAESAR. This course is designed to get you running CAESAR software in the quickest and easiest way possible.
CAESAR Training Attendees will receive training from Intergraph at their state-of-the-art training facility. Each person will have access to their own computer loaded with the latest version of Intergraph CAESAR pipe stress analysis software.We provide CAESAR Training by Real time certified consultant. Our trainer will give in depth knowledge on this.
Caesar Training Course Content
- stress analyst Role
- When to perform stress analysis
- Piping Code History
- Stress theory; evaluating stresses on piping and knowing which ones matter
- Load types, Failure criteria; primary & fatigue failures
- Code equations, Stress Intensification (SIFs)
- CAESAR II functions Overview and how to use the program
- Issues with modelling– bends, reducers, valves,rigid elements, control parameters, non-linearity of restraints,connecting nodes, built-in databases & assorted modelling issues.
- The mathematics behind CAESAR II – Stiffnes-s matricies and related issues
- Examples using CAESAR II; input, analysis & redesign
- Theory – Designing for sustained loads; support configuration issues, spring hanger design, optimization of sustained loads.
- Practical example
- Theory – Designing for expansion loads; flexibility
- Practical Examples
- Detailed problem solving of a complex model
- Imposed thermal displacements
- Joint modelling & evaluation
- Structural steel modelling
- Spring hanger design
- Steel Combining with piping
- API 610 pump loads Verification
- Local vessel flexibilities using WRC 297
- Vessel modelling
- Evaluation of local vessel stresses
- Problem Solving Workshop – Example where each student works independently, applying what is learned to solve variety of stress & equipment load problems.
- Buried pipe modelling.
Topic 4 & 5
- Dynamic analysis theory
- Types of loads & evaluation of the system responses
- Modes & mode shapes
- Modal analysis
- Spectral Analysis
- Impact & Earthquake analysis
- Time History Analysis
- Harmonic loads and harmonic analysis
- Flow induced vibration and Mechanical vibration
- Impact load types & analysis
- Steam hammer and Slug flow
- Relief valve firing
- Problems Examples including
Prerequisites for Caesar Training:
- An engineer or designer involved in piping design or stress analysis of initial design can join this Caesar Training
- People with the knowledge on refurbishment, fabrication, plant maintenance of process plants and piping systems can go for this course
Statics Subjects Covered in Caesar II Training :
- Piping code requirements and recommendations for piping models.
- Guidelines and interpreting results for piping layouts design.
- Buried pipe and pipeline analysis.
- Fatigue evaluation of piping.
- Addressing wind and seismic loads with static equivalents.
- Wave and current loads on offshore risers.
Dynamics Subjects Covered in Caesar II Training:
- Building a dynamic analysis model.
- Interpreting dynamic analysis results.
- Solving field vibration problems using harmonic analysis.
- Seismic analysis using the response spectrum method.
- A survey of approaches to evaluating relief valve discharge.
- Evaluating transient loads with time history analysis.
Caesar Training Course outline:
- Program Name: Caesar Training course
- Course Duration: 35 Hours
- Mode: Online virtual classes and corporate
- Timings: According to one’s feasibility
- System Access: will be provided
- Batch Type: Regular, weekends and fast track
- Trainees will get the soft copy material.
- Sessions will be conduct through WEBEX, GOTOMEETING OR SKYPE.
- Basic Requirements: Good Internet Speed, Headset.