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Jump to new posts Re: Node moves after applying CNode (?) by Faizal K @ Today at 08:42 AM

One way to do it is to make use of Line Number feature. After assigning the line number, go to the list of line numbers. There you can change the color and even opacity of each line.
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Jump to new posts Re: Node moves after applying CNode (?) by uarshad @ Today at 01:05 AM

Apart from the original post, How did you change colors of core pipes differently? In Graphic settings, we can change colors of all type of pipes altogether. I am using CAESAR 2018.
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Jump to new posts WRC107 CALCULATION by NAG @ Yesterday at 10:10 PM

Hi all, Please share your knowledge on below my query on WRC 107 calculation. 1. What is the formula behind the WRC calculation in the CAESAR II, if you have any details please share with me. 2. SUS: W+P+H EXP: T(OPE-SUS) OCC: Pure occasional this
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Jump to new posts Re: WRC107 CALCULATION by Michael_Fletcher @ Yesterday at 01:38 PM

1. I do not have access to WRC 107, as I never purchased it, but it currently runs ~98 USD from WRC. I don't know if you're going to find someone willing to transcribe these calculations, especially when there are better alternatives to this method,
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Jump to new posts Re: Load case L2-L4 (T1-T2) by Michael_Fletcher @ Yesterday at 12:17 PM

This is indeed an atypical temperature range. If these temperatures are based on some pipe spec, it may not be the actual design temperatures of the line in question. Consult the process engineer. If, however, these are actual design temperatures o
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Jump to new posts Re: STATTIC SEISMIC ANALYSIS by anubis512 @ Yesterday at 05:45 AM

You can develop it from your location using ASCE 7 inside the US.
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Jump to new posts Re: STATTIC SEISMIC ANALYSIS by NAG @ Yesterday at 01:06 AM

From where we get the spectrum response graph
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Jump to new posts Re: WRC107 CALCULATION by NAG @ Yesterday at 01:03 AM

Please Experts answer my above question
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Jump to new posts Re: Load case L2-L4 (T1-T2) by anubis512 @ 07/11/19 10:17 AM

You have a system that varies from -300 to +350F? You need to be careful with material selection and ensure all components are also acceptable for that wide range.
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Jump to new posts Re: Load case L2-L4 (T1-T2) by Faizal K @ 07/11/19 09:58 AM

From my reading of the Code, I'd say yes. Even if the system won't ever heat up from -300F to 350F in one shot each time, the "range" is still that big. Say it goes from 70F down to -300F and back to 70F. 10 days later it starts going from 70F to 350
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Jump to new posts Load case L2-L4 (T1-T2) by motogp000 @ 07/11/19 09:25 AM

Hello, I have question regarding load case L2-L4 (T1-T2) Do we have to use this load case because i have Temp 1 -300 Deg F Temp 2 350 Deg F Using the above load case the system fail. The Delta T is 650 Deg F Is it possible that the system will
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What I wrote about test condition load allowable stress in Sec-VIII Div 2:2015 clause 4.1.7 is what we have used for hydrotest of a large number of applications successfully. If we bow to US, it is due to ASME codes, excellent engineering culture whi
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Jump to new posts WRC107 CALCULATION by NAG @ 07/10/19 05:15 AM

Hi all, Please share your knowledge on below my query on WRC 107 calculation. 1. What is the formula behind the WRC calculation in the CAESAR II, if you have any details please share with me. 2. SUS: W+P+H EXP: T(OPE-SUS) OCC: Pure occasiona
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got it taken care of. ended up being the nethasp.ini file needing modification then copied into the root of autocad folder
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