Hexagon PPM support has posted for TANK Version 9.00.00.0000. This Hot Fix is now available for download from Hexagon PPM’s Customer Response System. Further information about what is contained in this Hot Fix is available in the Readme File link shown in the download description on the Service Packs and Fixes page.
To access this Hot Fix, please follow the steps below:
- Logon to Hexagon PPM’s Customer Response System at smartsupport.intergraph.com.
- Select the View Downloads tab.
- Select TANK.
- Select Service Packs and Fixes.
- Select the download icon or the file link of the Hot Fix.
If you have trouble accessing this Hot Fix or need further information, please file a Service Request for an analyst to assist.
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Submit your Drivers of Success entry for a chance to win a trip to HxGN LIVE 2018 in Las Vegas!
The annual awards competition recognizes innovative applications of CADWorx, CAESAR II, PV Elite, and GT STRUDL. Impressive project results are honored, which showcase significant benefits from collaboration among disciplines and the integration of the products.
The winning entry for each product receives a trip to HxGN LIVE 2018, including:
If you would like to be considered for our 2018 competition, please click here.
All entries are due March 19.
PV Elite Webinar: What’s New in PV Elite 2018
with Scott Mayeux, Executive Technical Director of Product Development
There are two sessions. The same material will be covered in both sessions. Register for the session most convenient for you.
Date: Tuesday, December 12
Time: 10:00 a.m. CST Houston / 5:00 p.m. CET Amsterdam
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Duration: 1 hour
Date & Time:
Tuesday, December 12, at 8:00 p.m. CST Houston
Wednesday, December 13, at 10:00 a.m. SGT Singapore
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Duration: 1 hour
PV Elite 2018 releases soon. Attend this webinar to learn about the new code updates, including:
Additionally, PV Elite has augmented and updated its wind and seismic codes. Check out the software’s new retirement limit calculations and new functionality in the user interface.
Scott Mayeux serves as Executive Technical Director of Product Development at Hexagon PPM. He is in charge of software development for the pressure vessel and exchanger solution PV Elite as well as the API 650 product TANK for large diameter oil storage tank analysis. He is a mechanical engineer with more than 25 years of experience in the engineering and software development fields.
ASME Code has changed ; are you ready ?
Discover how that may affect your calculations . Join us in PV Elite Symposium on 12th September 2017, @Tower Rotana Dubai.
Join ImageGrafix Wednesday Webinars to understand the Joint Efficiency.
6th September, 10.00AM GST
In this webinar you will learn:
- Review of joint efficiency
- How to determine the category types of welds
- Corresponding radiography
Performing fatigue analysis on nozzles using PV Elite is a simple process. Let us go through these steps to bring your fatigue information into PV Elite.
Once the Load Cases tab is active, click on the button that is next to ‘Fatigue Analysis’ and the Fatigue Pressure/Cycle Data Input screen appears. In the box at the top called ‘Number of Fatigue Case to Process,’ enter the number of cases you want considered. Then enter the pressure range and number of cycles for each range. Finally, click on the button at the bottom of the screen that says ‘Save Cases and Exit.’ At this point, PV Elite has all the information it needs to perform the fatigue analysis on any nozzles you add to your model.
Go back to the General Data Input tab where you find your model on the screen. When you add a nozzle to the vessel using the usual nozzle input screen, notice that at the bottom of screen the check box ‘Fatigue Calc ?’ Make sure this box is checked, see below:
Now, for the PD5500 and EN13445 models, the drop down list labeled ‘Weld Class’ beside the check box becomes active. Choose a suitable letter (see PD 5500 Annex C for details concerning fatigue classes). Note, class C is the least severe, and W the most severe. Enter the rest of your nozzle data, ensuring the nozzle is adequately reinforced in the normal way.
When you have finished entering your vessel data and have completed building your model, you can press the calculation button (running man). The output processor will include a fatigue analysis report. That report will contain the full analysis for all of the nozzles on which you indicated to perform fatigue analysis:
Your invitation: CADWorx® & Analysis University 2016 Express Dubai
After a successful 2015, CAU2016 Express returns to Dubai
with our one-day, high-powered learning experience for users of CADWorx, CAESAR II®, PV Elite®, and GT STRUDL®.
Benefits of Attending
- Learn from experienced product experts who will demonstrate how to streamline work processes and eliminate inefficiencies
- Grow your professional skillset and technical knowledge with in-depth product training sessions
- Connect with others in your industry to gain competitive insights that you can apply to your own upcoming projects!
For more information
To find out more about CAU2016 Express Dubai, visit the event page or contact Yuvraaj at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Pandian at email@example.com
March 7, 2016
The H Hotel
One, Sheikh Zayed Road
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Learn from topics such as:
- Creating useful drawings through CAESAR II with minimal expertise
- Improve efficiency with CADWorx Plant 2016
- Understanding Stress Categories – PV Elite
- GT STRUDL – Complete structural solution for Skid base system
- And much more!