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Improve Drawing Accuracy in BricsCAD with Optimize

The Optimize tool is particularly useful, or even vital when imported drawings need to be tidied or validated.

Optimize allows you to clean up entities that are not geometrically correct, such as lines that are close to horizontal or vertical but are slightly unaligned. Another example would be in drawings where there are small gaps between entities, such as arcs and polylines, which need to be closed. And you can use Optimize to correct a whole drawing or just a selection of geometry.
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Available CHEMCAD training videos

By providing step-by-step instruction and guidance for common chemical engineering simulation processes, Chemstations online demos enhance the CHEMCAD experience.
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Sharpen your technical skills

We have online and classroom sessions ahead: 

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12 to 16 September 2022

CAESAR II Statics (Basics) Classroom Training
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26 to 30 September 2022

Introduction to Finite Element Analysis of Pressure Vessels
and Piping Online Training
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10 to 14 October 2022

Vibration induced Fatigue in Piping Systems Online Training
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24 to 28 October 2022

ASME B31 Pressure Piping Codes Classroom Training

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Not to be missed webinars

Close your valves the right way with AFT Impulse

Wednesday, September 7, 2022 from 18:00 pm (SAST)

Valve closures are unavoidable, whether from emergency shutdowns, simple flow redirections, or anything in between. Figuring out the right way to close is nearly impossible without modeling software. There is no one-size-fits-all solution. The effective closure time is unique for every valve in every system - because it does not just depend on the valve and does not just depend on the system. It depends on the combination.

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Predicting Transient Pipe Forces Caused by Water and Steam Hammer

Wednesday, September 21, 2022 from 18:00 pm (SAST)

Transient Pipe Forces can reach magnitudes upwards of 10,000 lbf (50 kN) during routine operations such as valve closures or pump trips. The only practical way to safely and confidently calculate such forces is with fully-featured fluid transient simulation tools like AFT Impulse and AFT xStream. Prediction of transient forces from the results of such simulations can be deceptively complicated. In essence, the calculation is simply an application of Newton’s Second Law, but the details of this application are full of potential pitfalls. Fortunately, AFT Impulse and AFT xStream can handle this complexity by delivering transient force results with very few simplifying assumptions from only simple inputs. 

The basics of the theory behind transient force calculation, a few problems with traditional or simplified methods, and a demonstration of calculating forces with AFT Impulse and AFT xStream is presented.

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