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Did You Miss the INSPECT 2017 Webinar?

If you missed the What's New In INSPECT 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: API 570/579 for process piping and API 570 for transportation piping. API 653 mechanical integrity for tanks. API 579 Part 9 crack-like [...]

Did You Miss the INSPECT 2017 Webinar?2017-02-08T14:31:01+00:00

What’s New in INSPECT 2017 Webinar

In this webinar, Codeware's Engineering Manager Matt Heilandt, P.Eng. covers topics on: GUI changes Extended B31.3 Document - Process Piping Addition of New Documents (B31.4 Piping, API 653 Storage Tanks, Process System) PCF file import New API 579 Edition Webinar Reference Material Webinar Q&A [...]

What’s New in INSPECT 2017 Webinar2017-01-23T10:19:42+00:00

What’s New in INSPECT 2017 Webinar Announcement

We invite you to join Codeware's Engineering Manager Matt Heilandt, P.Eng on Wednesday, January 11 at 3 pm EST to see how INSPECT 2017 can help you. Register Now (free) In the webinar we'll show you how easy it is to: Analyze process piping (API 570 for ASME B31.3), transportation piping (API 570 for ASME [...]

What’s New in INSPECT 2017 Webinar Announcement2017-05-12T16:01:06+00:00

INSPECT 2017 Release

3D Plant Management for Inspection and Reliability Engineers With INSPECT 2017 you can: Analyze process piping (API 570 for ASME B31.3), transportation piping (API 570 for ASME B31.4) and storage tanks (API 653). View your equipment as a 3D plant model for simplified navigation. Perform API 579 Part 9 crack-like flaws assessments.   [...]

INSPECT 2017 Release2017-01-03T10:46:04+00:00

All Material is Created the Same…Right?

Carbon Steel Materials and Unexpected Brittle Fracture It’s been a while since I posted anything so I thought I would touch on an issue that recently came to my attention. Today’s blog entry deals with certain carbon steel materials and unexpected brittle fracture. We all know all materials are not created exactly the same. There [...]

All Material is Created the Same…Right?2017-03-30T15:53:00+00:00

Webinar – API 579 Fitness for Service Using INSPECT

Do you need to quickly evaluate whether or not it's acceptable to continue running fixed equipment once a damage mechanism has been identified? In this webinar, Codeware's Engineering Manager Matt Heilandt, P.Eng. shows you how Codeware's INSPECT software can help you perform Fitness-For-Service (FFS) analysis on your vessels, exchangers and piping. During [...]

Webinar – API 579 Fitness for Service Using INSPECT2017-09-22T06:03:10+00:00

Webinar – Meeting National Board Requirements with INSPECT

A brief overview of COMPRESS and INSPECT NBIC considerations - Re-rating or Relocating Equipment Design Margins Matter! - History of ASME Allowable Stress Re-rating Equipment Using INSPECT: NBIC Interpretation 98-14 Brittle Fracture and MDMT Inspection Schedules for Corrosion Benefits of Modeling Longitudinal Welds Webinar Reference Material Handouts from Webinar [...]

Webinar – Meeting National Board Requirements with INSPECT2016-12-19T15:36:11+00:00