ASWD – Wind Loading Analysis – Chimneys, Stacks, and Vertical Tanks

ASCE 7-05

After entering the boundary conditions, the total load at the base of the component is calculated. The loads for several segments (12*5ft – 8*10ft – 4*20ft – 8*50ft segments)  of the component are listed individually in order to be able to make a possible comparison.


ASEQ – Seismic Base Shear for Nonbuilding Structures not Similar to Buildings

IBC 2012 and ASCE 7-10

In order to determine the resulting shear force at the base of a structure by the effect of an earthquake on it, the installation conditions are queried, e.g. structure type, soil class, load class, country code, foundation condition.

Together with the height of the structure and the weight of the structure as well as information on the duration and intensity of the impact, the resulting shear force at the base of the structure (clamping/bearing) can then be determined. This shear force represents the result of the calculation of interest.


IGEL – Nozzle verification on pressure vessels

The IGEL module verifies all strength conditions for a component, e.g. for an agitator base or for a shell with a simple or complex nozzle geometry. It is used as a supplement to AD 2000.

The program checks which nozzles influence each other, which nozzles do not have to be verified and which are the critical nozzles.


UG-99

Test pressure according to ASME BPVC VIII-1 2017 UG-99 and UG-100. Completely revised and simplified.


Pmax-EN

Maximum allowable pressure in a project according to DIN EN 13445-3:201-12 & DIN EN 13480-3:2017-12 & DIN EN 12516-2:2015-01.


Annex 3-F

Determination of the maximum number of load cycles under fatigue in accordance with ASME BPVC 2017, Section VIII Division 2, Annex 3-F and Part 5.


EN 13.04 – U-tube sheets according to EN 13445-3 chapter 13.4

Completely revised. The input has been simplified and the result display is now extremely clear. The different load cases are freely selectable and partial calculations have been made in submodules submodules.


EN 13.05 – Fixed tube sheets according to EN 13445-3 chapter 13.5

Completely revised. The input has been simplified and the result display is now extremely clear. The different load cases are freely selectable and partial calculations have been made in submodules submodules.


EN 13.06 – Floating tube sheets according to EN 13445-3 chapter 13.6

Completely revised. The input has been simplified and the result display is now extremely clear. The different load cases are freely selectable and partial calculations have been made in submodules submodules.

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