Engineering Community is moving from conventional strength and stiffness-based design process to modern computational techniques-based design evaluation, validation to ensure the strength, durability, reliability and safety before the component or system used in service and also predictive modeling to ensure lower in-service failure. Advanced simulation techniques are helping engineers associated with design, engineering, operations, inspection, maintenance, residual life assessment & extension, forensic studies in performing design evaluation and predictive modeling of safety critical component and systems.
This workshop aims to give a hands-on experience to the engineers from process and powerplant in performing structural, thermal evaluation and ASME Code (PV Sec VIII) qualifications, based on the stress evaluation approach using ANSYS – Multiphysics simulation software.
Two days workshop will cover from static to dynamic, linear to nonlinear, thermal, fatigue and Code qualifications on the selected components from process and powerplants. Also, problems associated with vibration, noise, cracks, failures will be discussed during the workshop.
Typical Components considered
|Boilers||Cyclone Separators||Heat Exchanger|
|Storage Tanks||Furnace||Distillation Column|
|Support Structures||Pressure Vessel||Cooling Towers|
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