Stress-strain analysis on piping systems
Process Engineering A/S performs stress-strain analysis on piping systems using Triflex, Caesar II orRohr2®.
Many piping systems, such as steam pipes, oil pipes and district heating pipes are exposed to significant variations in pressure and temperature, causing tension on pipe bends and pump flanges.
To prevent issues with this, our experts can do a stress-strain analysis of the piping system using modern software, which consider current standards, such as EN 13480 or ASME B31.3 etc.
Stress analysis with Rohr2®
Our experienced staff members routinely use the stress analysis and calculations in Caesar II, Triflex and Rorh2.
We can solve your tasks. If we design your piping system, we can integrate it in a very short time, using for instance Rohr2®. We have a very efficient workflow with optimal use of resources.
We can integrate your pipe bridge and calculate it as a unit, including suspensions, connections and supports. If you need an evaluation of complex piping systems, we can provide suggestions for relief and redesign if needed, based on sound calculations.
Stress-strain analysis of containers
If you need an analysis of your tanks or vessels, we have specialists within this area as well, who are using the latest state-of-the-art software.
Standards such as EN 13445 – AD2000 – ASTM – BS5500 are commonplace for our experts.
Process Engineering designs, specify and produce stress-strain analyses of pipe systems for all purposes, based on e.g. presentations, existing isometric drawings and/or PI diagrams.