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Webinar Posted – Drafter is Back!

What's New in Codeware Interface 2017 If you missed the What's New In Codeware Interface 2017 Webinar, would like to see it again or share it with colleagues, the Webinar Recording and Session Q&A are now available. Webinar topics included: Use the Drafter 3D tab to auto-generate 2D vessel and exchanger drawings. Generate cut lists that [...]

2017-03-27T17:03:02+00:00 March 27th, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS|Tags: |

What’s New in Codeware Interface 2017 Webinar

Welcome to the webinar recording on what's new in Codeware Interface 2017. Topics include: Using Drafter™ 3D to auto-generate 2D vessel and exchanger drawings. Generating cut lists that include tie rods and spacer tubes. Making shell and transition roll-outs for easy manufacturing. Webinar Reference Material Webinar Q&A [...]

2017-04-10T16:15:00+00:00 March 13th, 2017|Categories: Codeware Interface, COMPRESS|Tags: , , , |

Engineering Methods, Codes and Standards

Related Engineering Methods, Codes and Standards Many of the calculations needed to properly design a pressure vessel are not, by design, contained in the ASME VIII BPVC itself. To complete the calculations and follow Recognized And Generally Accepted Engineering Practices (RAGAGEP), COMPRESS and INSPECT implement and support a wide range of related [...]

2017-05-27T09:43:18+00:00 February 23rd, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS, INSPECT|Tags: , , , |

What’s New in the Codeware Interface for 2017 Webinar

What's New in Codeware Interface 2017 We invite you to join Codeware's Engineering Manager Matt Heilandt, P.Eng on Thursday, March 9 at 3 pm EST to see how you can leverage the power of SOLIDWORKS® and Inventor® using COMPRESS® or INSPECT® equipment models. REGISTER NOW (free) In this webinar we'll show you how to: Use [...]

2017-03-16T16:00:47+00:00 February 23rd, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS, INSPECT|

Pressure Vessel Lifting and Rigging Analysis

Lifting & Rigging Analysis What use is a highly engineered piece of pressure equipment if you can't safely get it off the rail car and stand it up? COMPRESS and INSPECT include an integrated solution to this complex task. When performing lifting analysis COMPRESS and INSPECT: Use an accurate weight Find [...]

2017-03-16T15:29:21+00:00 February 17th, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS, INSPECT, Power Users|Tags: , , , |

Did You Miss the COMPRESS 2017 Webinar?

If you missed the What's New In COMPRESS 2017 Webinar, would like to see it again or share it with colleagues, the Webinar Recording and Session Q&A are now available. The webinar topics included how to: Use the new data panes to quickly enter and modify design details. Design Jacketed Vessels with [...]

2017-02-08T15:07:23+00:00 February 8th, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS|Tags: |

What’s New in COMPRESS 2017 Webinar

In this webinar, Codeware's Engineering Manager Matt Heilandt, P.Eng. covers topics on: Project Panels Revamped Nozzle Dialog Advanced FEA Options (Detailed FEA) NBC 2015 Wind and Seismic Calculations Appendix 9 - Jacketed Vessels Heat Exchanger Wizard Webinar Reference Material Webinar Q&A [...]

2017-02-08T15:07:40+00:00 January 20th, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS, COMPRESS Videos|Tags: , |

COMPRESS 2017 Webinar Registration

Webinar begins on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 | 3 PM EST Join Codeware's Engineering Manager Matt Heilandt, P.Eng on Wednesday, January 18 at 3 pm EST to see what's new in COMPRESS 2017. Register Now (free) In the webinar we'll cover how to: Use the new data panes to quickly enter and modify design details. [...]

2017-01-16T14:13:24+00:00 January 16th, 2017|Categories: COMPRESS|

Design for Piping Loads With COMPRESS

Vessel and exchanger specifications such as API-660 routinely require that minimum assumed piping loads on nozzles be considered. COMPRESS covers this by including both WRC-107/537 and FEA analysis at no additional charge. With COMPRESS you can quickly transfer your WRC-107/537 nozzle loads to our built-in FEA engine within one dialog. COMPRESS produces professional PDF [...]

2017-03-16T15:47:13+00:00 August 18th, 2016|Categories: COMPRESS|Tags: , |