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Jump to new posts Area Objects -> Plate Type = Structural by TamT @ 01/24/20 10:04 AM

Hello Anyone running into problem (not sure if its a glitch or intentional) inserting a structural plate by PICK POINTS and it will not update the long description under detail to show the plate X length X width (PL-6X100X100)? The old plant steel w
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Jump to new posts ISOGEN connecting coordinate error by Hauser @ 01/24/20 09:12 AM

Hi Everyone, I have searched the forums for a possible solution and unfortunately have not found one for what is happening. We are running CADWorx 2016 SP3 and AutoCAD 2016 on Windows 7. When the line is run and it creates multiple sheet on some o
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Jump to new posts Advice on assigning part numbers to olets by JAMacias @ 01/24/20 08:04 AM

Anyone have any advice or tricks to have part numbers assigned to the individual olet sizes such as 10"x1" and 10"x3/4"?
CAESAR II
Jump to new posts Re: Fluid Den 2 by Nicolas61 @ 01/24/20 04:53 AM

You may also use WNC for gas case unless a part of the line is liquid and the other one gas.
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Jump to new posts Re: Wave and wind impact on the offshore calculations by Dorin Daniel Popescu @ 01/23/20 12:22 PM

Hi Pooria, I suggest to have a look on DNV-RP-D101 (older ed. 2008), Appendix G. Unfortunately, the newer 2017 Ed. does not include any more the tabulated loading cases. You'll find there that WIN and "U" Inertial Load (that assimilates Wave effect
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Jump to new posts Re: Fluid Den 2 by anubis512 @ 01/23/20 10:40 AM

The easiest option would be to create two models once the modeling is complete - one labeled vapor, the other labeled liquid.
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Jump to new posts Re: Fluid Den 2 by Michael_Fletcher @ 01/23/20 10:39 AM

The architecture of the software does not permit easy extensibility to additional densities, and will require significant rewrite, from what we're told. As it's not a code requirement to look at two different densities together (i.e. subtract a liqu
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Jump to new posts Fluid Den 2 by lgprechtl @ 01/22/20 01:15 PM

Why is the Fluid Den 2 greyed out? I'd like to use it for a system that may have liquid in it at one time and vapor another.
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Jump to new posts Re: Wave and wind impact on the offshore calculations by Michael_Fletcher @ 01/22/20 09:44 AM

Originally Posted By: B31.3 302.3.6Wind and earthquake forces need not be considered as acting concurrently. Underline added by me. Wave loads aren't due to earthquakes, even though it's common for them to be analyzed in the exact same manner. The
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Hurricanes probably result in significant wind and wave events.
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Jump to new posts Wave and wind impact on the offshore calculations by pooria1978 @ 01/22/20 07:49 AM

Hi, This is not directly related to Caesar II software; my question is with regards to the necessity of combining WIND and Wave impacts on the same load cases for offshore piping systems; B31.3 does not suggest combining 2 different occasional event
CADWorx Plant
Jump to new posts Re: change line types in cfg file by jniemann @ 01/21/20 12:24 PM

That was it, Equipment cfg was not updated. Thanks!
CADWorx Plant
Jump to new posts Re: change line types in cfg file by Matt.Worland @ 01/21/20 10:56 AM

If you are loading Equipment, Steel, or Structure with Plant, check those sections and or config files as well. They could be overwriting your Plant settings.
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Jump to new posts change line types in cfg file by jniemann @ 01/21/20 10:11 AM

We have made some modifications to the cfg file to change line types on some layers. Mainly CL to Center2. When opening a drawing or starting a new drawing the changes are not made even though the cfg file appears to be loaded. We have to manually hi
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Jump to new posts Re: Buried pipe support loads? by engineer001ch @ 01/21/20 10:02 AM

It seems that support loads have no sense for buried pipe... http://amp.gs/DLYd
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Jump to new posts Re: Buried pipe support loads? by Michael_Fletcher @ 01/20/20 03:03 PM

I'm not sure this is really a CAESAR question? If your pipe supports are 6" wide, separated by 20', the soil is holding up 19'-6" of pipe while each support is "holding up" 6" of pipe. If it's pipe settlement or pipe buoyancy in wet soil that's the
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Jump to new posts Buried pipe support loads? by LeviM @ 01/20/20 02:21 PM

Hello. Is there any way to get useful support loads for buried supports? Since the buried pipe modeler removes all the density input from buried pipe, I feel like adding a rigid restraint in after the modeler has been run would not give an accurate
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