Price: AED 3,000

Duration: 24 Hours

Timing: Flexible

Course Overview

CAESAR II Fundamentals Course will give users the opportunity to quickly learn how to navigate and use many of the features in Intergraph’s® CAESAR II® Software.

The course goes step-by-step through modeling the three examples discussed in this section of the code using the CAESAR II pipe stress analysis software. The last lesson works with a line imported from a 3D CAD modeling system, and will allow use a number of software features as the line is edited to increase its flexibility.



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Who Should Attend

  1. Piping Engineers.
  2. Oil and Gas Professionals involved in Pipeline Design, Inspection and Maintenance


Course Outline

  1. Introduction and Course Overview
  2. User Interface
  3. Modeling Geometry
  4. Selection and Viewing options
  5. Error checking, Running the analysis, Load Cases, Viewing Results
  6. Custom report Creation
  7. Comparing Stress Results
  8. Viewing Plotted Results
  9. Configuration, Utilities
  10. Inputting Parameters
  11. Display Options
  12. Using Lists, Block operations
  13. Comparing results with Code (ASME B31.3), Animating Results
  14. Designing a Hanger
  15. Generating a Stress Isometric
  16. Modeling a Wind Load
  17. Developing Wind Load Cases
  18. Exporting a Caesar Input File from a 3D CAD system
  19. Opening the file, Adjusting Restraints, Adjusting Parameters
  20. Calculating and Modeling the nozzle Displacements
  21. Entering the Nozzle limit check information
  22. Finding Excessive loads on the Pump Nozzles
  23. Analyzing Alternate Geometry
  24. Modeling a Dummy Leg
  25. Adding a Restraint, offset and Flange, running the analysis
  26. Increase Flexibility
  27. Using the Flange and Valve Database
  28. Duplicating Using Mirror/Copy
  29. Running the analysis/Conclusion


Career Path

Upon completion of this course you will be able to have a strong understanding of designing pipeline specification for the oil & gas as well as process industry.


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