|Service Pack Release Announcement
Hexagon PPM support has posted CAESAR II 2018 Service Pack 2 (10.00.02.0400) for CAESAR II Version 2018. This Service Pack is now available for download from Hexagon PPM’s Customer Response System. Further information about what is contained in this Service Pack is available in the Readme File link shown in the download description on the Service Packs and Fixes page.
To access this Service Pack, please follow the steps below:
If you have trouble accessing this Service Pack or need further information, please send an email to Support@igfzco.com
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DC PRO Engineering, headquarters in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, is an engineering company that services in engineering design, consulting, and project management plus engineering reviews, feasibility studies, efficiency monitoring, and recommendations for energy performance improvement.
Selected to re-design the failing supporting system for the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre project, DC PRO used CAESAR II for the modifications needed to be designed within the original supporting system while rectifying the failing supports. They also verified the other existing supports after modifications to ensure no further failures would occur once in operation.
Using CAESAR II, they were able to save the client significant expenses compared to having to change the entire support system. They completed the project with minimal delay from schedule.
DC PRO received the 2017 CAESAR II Drivers of Success Runner-up Award for its use of the software. The annual Drivers of Success competition recognizes innovative applications of Hexagon PPM products, impressive project results, and significant benefits from collaboration among disciplines and the integration of the products.
Join and learn in ImageGrafix Wednesday Webinars about CAESAR-II ASME B31J, the improved method for i & k calculation
In this Webinar you will learn:
1. Improve SIF(i) & Flexbility factor (k) with “More Applicable Data” calculated from ASME B 31J over Appendix D
2.Revised I & k data which will enable pipe stress engineers to have total confidence that a given design is carried out in accordance with the intent of the code using the latest, fully tested and approved more ‘accurate’ data, without unnecessary over or under conservatism
3. Better and ‘more applicable data’ helps to ensure cost effective, safer systems, fewer or zero failures whilst facilitating a more efficient project workflow with fewer unnecessary system changes (i.e. to resolve problems which don’t exist in practice)
About the Speaker:
Deepak Sethia, a Mechanical Engineer by profession is working as Application Engineer, Plant Design Solution with ImageGrafix Software FZCO, Dubai. Continue reading