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CAESAR II

Quick Reference Guide

Version 2016 (8.0)

September 2015

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... 49 Wind and Seismic Codes ........................................................................................................................... 48 Equipment Codes ....................................... 47 Piping Codes ..... 45 Why do I get an error message saying CAESAR II cannot locate the configuration file when I try to run CAESAR II? ..................................... 34 Install SmartPlant License Checkout Utility ..... 22 Quick Installation Workflow ..................................................................... 19 SmartPlant License Manager Installation .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 23 Using the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 35 Check Out a License ......................... 43 Troubleshoot Installation ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 37 Network Installations ................ 39 Install in Silent Mode..................................................................................................................................................................................... 18 ESL Installation. 7 Overview ........................... 38 Install CAESAR II ................... 13 Software and Hardware Requirements.............................................................................. 36 Installation.............. 19 Install a local lock .................................. 47 External Interfaces .................................................................................................................................................................................................... Contents Contents What's New in CAESAR II ......................... 45 Why does the CAESAR II Configuration Editor not open? Why does the Configuration Editor not save and close? ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 License Checkout Utility Dialog Box ...................................................................................... 50 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 5 .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 19 Install a network lock .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Technical Information .............................................. 13 Seminars ......................................................... 22 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Additional Intergraph CAS Software .................................. 14 Licensing........

....................... 62 Restraints ................................................................................................................................................................ 60 SIFs and STRESSES . Contents Configuration Options ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 63 Intersection Types ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 75 CAESAR II Verification and Validation Guide .............................................................. 67 US Code Stresses ...................................................................... 67 Nomenclature ............................................ 55 Miscellaneous Options............................................................................................................................................................. 64 Node Locations on Bends ........................................................................................................................... 53 FRP Properties .............. 54 Graphic Settings ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 List of Materials ................................ 86 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 6 ................................................... 54 Geometry Directives ....................... 51 Computational Control ..................................................................................................................................................... 65 Code Stresses .............................................................................................................. 69 International Code Stresses ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 85 Index ..................................................... 52 Database Definitions .................

Version 8.3 2014 code edition merged the previous Appendix P from the code into the main body of the standard. including the following changes:  Updated the software to support a new support condition for static load cases. which included adding the Alternate SUS/OCC check box on the Static Analysis - Load Case Editor. CAESAR II now calculates the coefficient value “e” for 40.3 Verified Welding/Contour Tees configuration setting to only apply this constant for tee flexibilities with B31. (DM-TX-13192)  Revised the calculations for wind loads using ASCE 2010 or IBC 2012 to include a 0. called an alternate load case. Refer to each wind code standard. The B31. When you leave the Axial SIF (ia) value blank. the software uses the Out-Plane SIF (io) value.00 Technical Changes The following technical changes for this release may affect the numeric results:  Updated the calculations for jobs using the B31.to 45-degree angles as a positive value. In addition.3 2012 code standard to use the Axial SIF (ia) value for any non-bend elements. CAESAR II was modified to address these additional sustained conditions using the alternate support condition. and ensure the wind speed is in accordance with the specified wind design code. including for linear and nonlinear jobs and more complex load cases.What's New in CAESAR II The latest CAESAR II release delivers a number of significant new and extended capabilities in response to current market requirements. For more information. as well as direct feedback from the growing CAESAR II user community.1 and B31. to prevent negative coefficient values. 2014 Edition (CR-TX-10721). see Understanding Alternate Sustained (SUS) and Alternate Occasional (OCC) Load Cases in the CAESAR II User's Guide or the Help. (CR-TX-13680. 2014 Edition (CR-TX-10720. cmat.1. unless you do not specify an Axial SIF (ia) value.3. This appendix addressed systems where supports are active in some conditions and inactive in others.to 45-degree angles. (CR-TX-10344)  Corrected the B31. The software now limits the height/diameter ratio to less than or equal to 20 for yield loads at 40. (TR-TX-13501)  Revised the allowable stress values in the materials file. The following changes have been made to CAESAR II: CAESAR II 2016. (DI-TX-13619)  Corrected calculations for sand/gravel soil models using the American Lifetime Alliance (ALA) model type when the height/diameter ratio exceeds the valid range of the ALA equations. (DI-TX-13679)  Revised the software to handle alternative sustained or occasional load cases in the static solver and stiffness matrix.3 2012 allowable stress values. for materials with ASME B31. DI-TX-13119)  ASME B31.BIN. CR-TX-13838) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 7 . (TR-TX-14465) Piping Code Updates  ASME B31. which is different from the code standard.6 factor when setting up load cases.1/B31.3 jobs and not jobs specified for EN-13480.

(CR-TX-10344) Equipment Code Updates  API 560. according to code Paragraph 833. including adding the NBC-2010 option in the Select Wind Code or Profile box on the Wind Loads tab of the Static Analysis . (CR-TX-11871.  Added several warnings and notes to the error checking module to alert you to special conditions regarding the Appendix P configuration setting. CR-TX-4366)  API 661. Unison. CR-TX-3923. weld reduction factors (W).Load Case Editor dialog box. Co. Previously. CR-TX-10625. 2010 Edition (CR-TX-13497)  NBC Wind Code Standard.  Added a note in the restraints output reports to explain that. the software reports no values on the restraints reports.6 wind design factor in wind load values. 4th Edition (CR-TX-11947. DI-TX-13125. (DI-TX-13677)  ASME B31. this third pressure value was only accessible by clicking >> to open the CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 8 . 2014 Edition. What's New in CAESAR II  Updated materials. when you are using an alternate SUS or OCC load case.3 Implement Appendix P configuration setting from SIFs and Stresses > Code Specific Settings to SIFs and Stresses > Legacy Settings as the appendix was merged into the body of the B31.8. CR-TX-10192. 8th Edition (CR-TX-4365. CR-TX-13176)  API 610. DI-TX-13801)  Moved the B31. You can find this formula in the CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide. (CR-TX-11109. and elastic modulus (EM) values. revised the listing of the manufacturer formerly known as Flexider. and ensuring that NBC 2010 data appears on the Miscellaneous Data results in the output reports. Also. CR-TX-13027)  Improved the Classic Piping Input to display a Pressure 3 value on the interface. including a small revision to the biaxial state of stress formula (Sc). 2013 Edition  ASME B31. and Wookwang.3 code standard.. Corrected low temperature allowable values to match the code standard. 2nd Edition and IBC 2012 Edition wind code standards. (CR-TX-13017. 2010 Edition. CR-TX-13177) Piping Input/Hanger Support  Added hanger data for the following hanger manufacturers: Hesterberg. including changes to expansion coefficients (Ec).5. 7th Edition (CR-TX-11949. (DI-TX-13120. DI-TX-13651)  ASME B31. Spring Supports Mfg. DI-TX-13800. CR-TX-13178)  API 617. You must now enter a 0. cold spring values in piping input. CR-TX-11110)  ASCE 7 2010. 2014 Edition (CR-TX-10723. Senior. and minimum wall thickness calculation issues. DI-TX-13441) Wind/Seismic Code Updates  NBC Seismic Code Standard. 11th Edition (CR-TX-792.9. to CASTIM 2000. including a change in the wind load reduction factor. CR-TX-10879.4. Updated allowable stress values for material 341 (A789 S32750) and 342 (A790 S32750). CR-TX-5071.

DI-TX-13594. revised the layout to improve the usability of the dialog box. the software exits the distance mode and returns you to the previous operator. and increased the default font size setting for distance measurement labels on the model for ease of reading.  Improved the organization and groupings of inputs on the Wind Loads and Wave Loads tabs to boost the usability. as well as filtering on columns. (DI-TX-13678) Distance Measurements  Added functionality so you can minimize the dialog box while remaining in measuring mode in the piping input. except IGE/TD/12). DI-TX-13843. (CR-TX-10373)  Updated the Snap To Nearest Node functionality when measuring from piping elements to other DWG objects. You can specify which template the software uses in the Configuration Editor.TPL (includes all expansion and alternate SUS/OCC load cases for all available piping codes. DI-TX-13171. DI-TX-13172. (CR-TX-5973)  Added the ability to measure multiple distances in the Distance dialog box and see all of your measurements simultaneously. DI-TX-13174. DI-TX-13173. (CR-TX-10336) Finite Element Analysis (FEA)  You can now access third-party tools for better modeling and evaluation from the CAESAR II main menu. DI-TX-14807) Changes included the following features:  Removed the Load Case Options tab and merged all options to one List view. DI-TX-13710. improved snapping in the Line Drawing (single line) mode. you can enter three sets of temperatures and pressures without having to open a separate dialog box. DI-TX-14472. When you exit the dialog box. DI-TX-13825. such as imported CADWorx models. (CR-TX-11962.  Updated user documentation. DI-TX-14484. assess the sensitivity of your model elements. drag-and-drop capabilities.tpls) for the software to use when recommending load cases. Also. Press CTRL + click while measuring distances along a CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 9 .TPL (includes all expansion load cases) and the LOAD_ALT. resolved an issue where the software was not acquiring the HGR stress type for the first load case when it applied recommend load cases for jobs with hanger design and multiple temperatures. Perform multiple measurements around a model continually without the dialog box blocking any of the model.  Added a Group Edit view .  Added two new load case templates (. Now. (CR-TX-14467) Load Case Editor  Redesigned the Static Analysis . You can now set CAESAR II to recommend load cases for the LOAD_EXP. In addition. Compare multiple file results. Send your CAESAR II job to be translated through FEATools to generate more accurate SIFs and K factors.  Improved and enhanced the List view – Easier scrolling and viewing options. DI-TX-13169. and evaluate nozzle/branch connections with NozzlePRO. What's New in CAESAR II extended dialog box.select and change values on multiple load cases simultaneously. and easier manipulation of load cases.Load Case Editor to improve the user's experience and add more robust functionality when creating and revising load cases for analysis. DI-TX-14806.

and so forth. If you select All. (CR-TX-10374) 3D Model/Graphics  Added rotation functionality for S3D or SPR graphics (VUE) model when importing it into CAESAR II using the S3D/SPR Model option in the piping input. This menu includes lets you perform group operations such as rotate. you will see all node names specified for anchors. delete. you see only those anchors with node names and no anchor node numbers. (CR-TX-4531)  Enhanced the S3D/SPR Model functionality so you can now open zipped VUE files (ZVFs) and Stitched VUE files (SVFs) from the Load S3D/SPR Model dialog box. if you select to see Anchors on the model. and restraints. Updates included changes to many material properties including:  Expansion coefficient (Exp.and multiple.  Select multiple elements on the model. restraints. and you select the Names Only. For example. and right-click to access the Element context menu. and the software retains and displays all the measurements you have made. and right-click to access the Block Operations context menu.  Notice that the software returns the cursor to the next logical action in the piping input after you select one of the right-click menu options. The Names Only option applies to whatever other node numbering option you have selected. (CR-TX-8586)  Added the ability to filter by line numbers from the 3D Plot (Options > Graphical Output) in the Static Output Processor.3 2014 code standard.00 (on Windows 7). This menu includes typical actions performed on elements. You can specify the degrees in which to rotate the loaded S3D or SPR model from the Load S3D/SPR Model dialog box. CR-TX-13033)  Added the ability to view only node names on the 3D model by selecting a new option on Node Number drop-down box in the piping input. duplicate. on a block of elements.  Select a single element on the model. and rigids (such as valve/flanges). (DI-TX-13619) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 10 .  Improved modeling with single.) values  Weld Strength Reduction Factors (W)  Elastic Modulus material value mappings  Allowable Stress values for material 341 (A789 S32750) and 342 (A790 S32750)  Extended Allowable Stress values for the minimum applicable temperature (DI-TX-13120)  Updated the materials file.Coeff. cmat. which improves modeling/piping input time. hangers. located in C:\ProgramData\Intergraph CAS\CAESAR II\8. (CR-TX-12995. The software defaults to showing both node names and node numbers. What's New in CAESAR II line of pipe. (CR-TX-1257) Material Database Updates  Updated materials in accordance with the ASME B31. renumber.3 2012 code standard. Revised the Allowable Stress values for the many materials in accordance with the ASME B31. but none of the node numbers for those elements.element right-click menus containing frequently-used commands.BIN.

(DI-TX-13041. CR-TX-3352) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 11 . Also. CR-TX-770.chm-based help when you press F1 on the user interface. moved the help for the Stress Isometrics module into the main help file for CAESAR II. CR-TX-12922. What's New in CAESAR II User Interface  Updated the look of the CAESAR II splash screen that appears when launching the software to the latest Intergraph standards. (DI-TX-10490. which included adding more white space and indentation for field property formats. In addition. Previously. (DI-TX-14506) Documentation/Help  Updated the CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide with dates and information for all piping and wind/seismic code editions supported in CAESAR II 2016. DI-TX-R3733)  Added a comprehensive glossary of terms to the CAESAR II User's Guide to improve understanding of the documentation. (CR-TX-3344. the software displays zero values in the restraint reports and notes to the user that the results are not a valid structural representation of the system. some of the help was in a text-based dialog box.  Updated portions of the user documentation to the latest Intergraph PPM standards for formats. DI-TX-13658) Output Reports  Updated the Output Processor restraint reports to display a note when the job you are running uses an alternate sustained or occasional load case. (DI-TX-10660)  Updated the software to call the . updated the CAESAR II icon to the new Intergraph style. In these situations.

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...... and extensive error detection.. B31...e. For more information on the most recent changes to CAESAR II..... 14 Additional Intergraph CAS Software ..... and large rotation rod hangers provide you with the most advanced computer-based piping program available today.. structural steel models. Business.....  Windows Server versions are only supported for the installation of network licensing systems (NetHASP License Manager)......... and rotating equipment reports are created to provide a complete description of piping system behavior under applied loading conditions..1 Ultimate......... You can copy it as needed... and Home versions of Windows 7/8/8.......0 GHz or higher CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 13 ........ Home Basic... on-line help...1 (i.............. Home Premium)..... graphics........... answer common questions.. 14 Software and Hardware Requirements Operating System  Windows 7/8/8. see What's New in CAESAR II (on page 7)......... or combined models.... In This Section Software and Hardware Requirements . Processor  Intel Pentium IV or higher AMD Athlon dual-core processor or higher  3... CAESAR II statically and dynamically analyzes large piping models... Overview SECTION 1 Overview The CAESAR II™ Quick Reference Guide helps you quickly identify needed information. time history. or Enterprise (32-bit/64-bit) You must enable ....... Windows Vista.. Additional capabilities.... CAESAR II is continuously enhanced to add new functionality and to modify existing procedures as piping codes are updated. Starter...... such as out-of-core solvers....  CAESAR II is a native 32-bit application that runs with Windows 64-bit....... 13 Seminars ...........5.....1 machines.......... and resolve common problems.. ASME..... CAESAR II does not support Windows XP...2 prior to installing CAESAR II on Windows 8/8... CAESAR II is an advanced tool for designing and analyzing piping systems using input forms....... WRC..NET 4... force spectrum analysis (for water hammer and relief valve solutions).

API 579 calculations are also included. Pressure vessel codes include ASME VIII-1 and VIII-2. or 3D modes.0 or later  Video card drivers updated with the latest manufacturer's drivers (Motherboard-intergrated video cards not recommended for desktop systems. and EN-13445. R. S. CodeCalc is software for the design or analysis of pressure vessel components. Calculations address winds girders. static analysis. rectangular vessels. and standard internal/external thickness and pressure calculations on heads. flanges. allowed fluid heights.com. TANK is software for the design or rerating of API-650/653 storage tanks. conical roof design. PV Elite includes CodeCalc. and V. dynamic analysis. Overview Memory  4 GB RAM or higher for Windows 7/8/8. P. Twice a year. Seminars Intergraph CAS periodically offers seminars to augment your knowledge of CAESAR II™ and of pipe stress analysis. center of gravity calculations. 2D. CodeCalc capabilities include: analysis of tubesheets. PD: 5500. PV Elite is comprehensive software for the design or analysis of vertical and horizontal vessels. PV Fabricator automates the production of pressure vessel fabrication deliverables.  1280 x 1024 minimum resolution or higher with True Color Software  Adobe Reader 8. and cones. When linked to PV Elite. and bill of materials. For the latest support information for this product: CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 14 . F. we also cover five days of statics and three days of dynamics. and API 653 Appendix B. CADWorx template specifications contain built-in auto routing.icas@intergraph. isometric. and remaining corrosion allowance. shells. please contact the support staff at: seminars.0 or later. Custom seminars held at client locations are also available. E. For additional seminar details. and problem solving.)  Motherboard-integrated video cards are not recommended for desktop systems. auto dimensioning. complete libraries. stress iso.1 or later and DirectX 9. Zick Analysis. PV Fabricator improves the workflow and reduces errors. The program includes API 650 Appendices A. auto iso. M. CADWorx allows models to be created in orthographic. These seminars emphasize the piping codes.1 Display  Video card with at least 256 MB video RAM  Video card support for OpenGL 1. nozzles. Additional Intergraph CAS Software CADWorx Plant is AutoCAD-based plant design/drafting software with a bi-directional data transfer link to CAESAR II. The general seminar is held in our Houston office and covers five days of statics.

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beneath the analysis products program directory.com) website. There are two different ESL types. you have a lock for CAESAR II and CADWorx and plug both into CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 18 . The HASP drivers for ESL usage can be found in the sub-directory.  Local ESLs provide the maximum flexibility in using the software in that they can be moved between computers (for example. Utilities. Additional data may be stored on the ESL depending on the specific program and the specific client.  License Manager Software-based licensing using SmartPlant License Manager (SPLM). local and network.intergraph. either a computer or the server. Note that there are periodic updates to these ESL drivers and they can be downloaded from the Intergraph Smart Support (https://smartsupport. Both types of ESLs are intended to be attached to the USB ports of the applicable computers. For example. However. A network ESL is installed on a computer that is network accessible from the computer. In order for the network to respond to software requests for the ESL. This information includes the client company name and user ID number. the NetHASP License Manager utility must also be running on the computer where the network ESL is attached. between desktops and laptops). ASSIDRV. The documentation files in this sub-directory contain instructions for a variety of networks and operating systems.  Network External Software Lock (ESL) Hardware-based licensing using a red USB dongle. or to another computer in the network (red USB key). External Software Lock (ESL) Keys The External Software Lock (ESL) is the security protection method used by Intergraph The software cannot execute unless an appropriate ESL (green or red USB key) is connected locally to the computer. Refer to the SmartPlant License Manager documentation for complete installation and configuration instructions. A local ESL can be moved between computers (such as between desktops and laptops). Do not connect two locks to the same computer. or multiple computers. for CADWorx the HASP drivers for ESL usage can be found in the sub-directory. The appropriate ESL(s) are shipped with your product according to the licensing type purchase. The ESL contains the CAESAR II licensing data. The software finds the first lock and returns its code.  Network ESLs must be attached to a computer on the network. Licensing SECTION 2 Licensing CAESAR II supports three types of licensing:  Local External Software Lock (ESL) Hardware-based licensing using a green USB dongle. running CAESAR II. see SmartPlant License Manager Installation (on page 22). and other client-specific information. For more information.

If the same computer is going to run more than one Intergraph product. You start CAESAR II.  If you are using other network protocols. but the software might find the CADWorx lock first and return an error. The [Product Folder]\System folder also needs to have read/write privileges for all users. -OR- If you are installing CADWorx.exe 3. ESL Installation The following topics explain how to install the different hardware locks supported by CAESAR II. assign read/write privileges for all users to the [Product Folder]\System folder. IP addresses.  If you install an Intergraph CAS product on a network drive for multiple users to access.  The red network ESL should be set up by a Network Administrator or someone familiar with Windows-based networks. navigate to C:\CADWorx Version\Utilities and double-click HaspHLDriverSetup. TCP. Install a network lock The following list details general information about red network ESLs. We recommend attaching the red network ESL to a computer that is always up and running. and is not the primary computer for any user on the network. If you are installing CAESAR II. Licensing the same computer. What do you want to do?  Install a local lock (on page 19)  Install a network lock (on page 19) Install a local lock 1. Open Windows Explorer. UDP. PV Elite.exe. broadcast. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 19 . If you are not familiar with concepts such as network protocols. The only protocol tested with Intergraph CAS products is TCP/IP. or TANK. check the SafeNet web site for instructions. 2. can be re-booted without impact to users. Intergraph CAS applications write temporary files to the [Product Folder]\System folder that pertains to the installation. please do not attempt to setup the red network ESL. then contact Intergraph CAS by sending an email to icaslicenserequests@intergraph.  The red network ESL does not have to be attached to the network server. and Windows Services. such as NetBIOS or IPX. navigate to c:\Program Files\Intergraph CAS\Product\Assidrv and double-click HASPUserSetup.com to request that both products be licensed from the same lock.

This allows both a network ESL and several local ESLs to be used on the same system. a few local ESLs provide much greater operating flexibility. The NetHasp License Manager starts automatically each time you re-boot the computer. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the NetHASP License Manager as a service. with the remaining 20 to 30 percent assigned to local ESLs. This transparent ESL access procedure allows a single version of the software to be used on the network and on remote computers. On the computer where the hardware lock is attached.  We recommend that only 70 to 80 percent of the required licenses be assigned to a network ESL. Determine what protocols the NetHasp License Manager is listening to.  Depending on the number of licenses allowed by the network ESL. For example. Licensing  The information provided in the analysis products Help file is a supplement to the NetHasp User's Guide. This occurs because the NetHasp License Manager is set up as a start-up service inside Windows 7/8. navigate to the [Product Folder]\Utilities to access LMsetup. 4. 1.exe. Additional points for consideration are listed below. Consequently. 2.exe. and then for a network ESL. To verify that the service is running. The HASP Loader Service starts even if no one logs into the computer. if the ESL has been configured to allow four simultaneous users.INI Instructions You must have Administrator privileges to perform the following procedure. If all of the licenses are on the network ESL. As such. a user must be logged into the network to access the software. 3. Attach the red network hardware lock to the parallel port or USB port of the computer. an error message stating that no licenses are available when the fifth user attempts to access the software. locate HASP Loader in the Name list. One big advantage is that many client computers can access the software from a single server.  Because of the communication procedures between the client computer and the file server. This access time delay only occurs when the software is first started after installation. The NetHasp License Manager displays a message similar to those list below: Server is listening to IPX : Loaded Server is listening to TCP/IP : Loaded CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 20 . NetHASP License Manager / NETHASP. For CADWorx. click Start > Control Manager > Administrative Services.pdf in the Utilities folder. and then double-click Services. This enables the local ESL to be moved between computers. CADWorx delivers this _NETHASP. the fifth user is not able to access the software until one of the first four users exits the software and releases a license.  Because there is no network specific version of the software. In the Services dialog box. and then double-click Lmsetup. Review the PDF file for any issues not addressed in the Help file. Notes on Network ESLs A network ESL has advantages and disadvantages.pdf) in Assidrv folder. navigate to the analysis products' Assidrv folder. which is delivered as a PDF(_NETHASP. some users may receive error messages when attempting to access the software. memory access to the network ESL is much slower than to a local ESL. the software looks first for a local ESL.

CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 21 . Open the Activity Log menu. For TCP/IP protocol.111. 1. Modify the NetHASP. 4. NH_USE_BROADCAST = Disabled You may also have to modify other entries in the [NH_TCPIP] section depending on your network setup. This displays the activity log that confirms which protocols are loaded.ini file. Start CAESAR II.111 c. You must know the IP address of the computer where the red network hardware lock is attached. The most common entry to modify is NH_TCPIP_METHOD.111.ini file to the [Product Folder]\Intergraph CAS\CADWorx Design folder. Licensing Server is listening to NetBIOS : Loaded Loaded means that this protocol is active on the computer.ini file is not found. use the Remove menu to unload any protocols that you are not planning to use with the NetHasp License Manager. For CADWorx Design. Do not be alarmed if the activity log reports that the NHSRV. the activity log should report something similar to the following: Server IP address: 111. Use the box in the top-left corner of the activity log to display only the information specific to each protocol. 7. as follows: a.ini for TCP/IP Protocol If you still cannot access the network ESL you need to configure this NetHASP. Copy the NetHASP. and verify that it contains no error messages.ini file to the AutoCAD folder. NH_SERVER_ADDR = 111. copy the NetHASP. located in the analysis products' Assidrv folder and in CADWorx's Utilities folder under [NH_COMMON]. Example: C:\Program Files\AutoCAD Example: C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD 3. 6. Modify NetHASP.111 Server Host Name: PDC_NT01 8. 5. To speed up response time to the network key. 2. All lines with a semi-colon at the start are considered not used. Open the activity log for the protocol you want to use.ini file.111. NH_TCPIP = Enabled AND under [NH_TCPIP] b.111.

6-9-2015 Quick Installation Workflow Use this workflow for all products that require SmartPlant License Manager licensing. refer to the delivered SmartPlant License Manager readme file for the latest product installation updates. Verify the protocols that NetHasp License Manager is broadcasting. If you upgrade the SmartPlant License Manager 2010 (v11) license machine to a SmartPlant License Manager 2012 (v12) client by mistake. Verify that the NetHasp License Manager is running on the computer where the red network ESL is attached. 2. If you need more information. This computer must be on the network and have a name with no spaces and a static IP address. 3. For CADWorx. you can find the NetHASPMonitorSetup. Make sure that these protocols are installed on the client computers.intergraph. For more information.exe in the [Product Folder]\Utilities. you can download it from Intergraph Smart Support Online (https://smartsupport. Request a license key from the Intergraph Order Desk or generate a license key using eLicense (https://ppmapps. If you do not have the latest version of the software. Click Start > Programs > Intergraph SmartPlant License Manager > SmartPlant License Manager. Licensing Troubleshooting Network Locks 1. 1. The readme file is delivered in the top level product folder of the product media. The System Administrator completes or gives guidance about most of these steps. you will have to un-install the SmartPlant License Manager client and reinstall the SmartPlant License Manager 2012 (v12) license machine. Any existing license key will be invalidated after the upgrade to SmartPlant License Manager 2012 (v12). Install SmartPlant License Manager using the License Machine option on the license machine and generate a machine ID. SmartPlant License Manager Installation Before beginning the product installation. Please refer to the delivered SmartPlant License Manager Readme for all the latest product installation updates. You will need to generate a new machine ID and request a new key. then CAESAR II cannot find the red network ESL. - Removed per Christy.com/elicensev3). 4. Install and run the Monitor Utility.com). 3. refer to Functions of SmartPlant License Manager: License Machine and Appendix G: Error Messages and Troubleshooting.intergraph. Be sure you have the latest version of the SmartPlant License Manager software before beginning the installation. You can find the NetHASPMonitorSetup. Administrator rights are required to install and set up SmartPlant License Manager. Designate a computer as the SmartPlant License Manager license machine. SmartPlant License Manager 2010 (v11) can be upgraded to SmartPlant License Manager 2012 (v12). follow the detailed procedures in the other sections. If NetHASP Monitor cannot find the red network ESL. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 22 .exe located in the analysis products' Assidrv folder. 2.

Enter the SmartPlant License Manager license machine name. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) For the most current questions and answers about SmartPlant License Manager. Enter the license key you received. there is a PDF form and the same content in an Excel spreadsheet. Purchasing Licenses FAQ Q: Do I have to request a software upgrade from my local office before requesting a license? A: No. Click Test Seat Reservation. For information about firewalls. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 23 . please refer to Appendix E: Microsoft Windows Firewall and SmartPlant License Manager. 16. Click Start > Programs > Intergraph SmartPlant License Manager > SmartPlant License Manager.aspx. Type your question in the Search Answers page. you can request licenses without upgrading the software. This form is also located on Intergraph Smart Support Online. All products except INtools 6. Select the license machine name and Batch or Interactive mode. If you are upgrading software. Install the software that requires licensing.intergraph. Click SPLM Request Form on the right side of the page. Start the software product that requires SmartPlant License Manager licensing.com/ppm/products. install SmartPlant License Manager using the License Client option on each client computer. Q: Is there a form to use for requesting licenses? A: Yes. the SmartPlant License Manager software automatically closes. 9.0 and earlier use the same form. 10. Click Configure and Test and Select License Machine for Client. 14. 8. 7. 12. see Intergraph Smart Support Online (https://smartsupport. or SmartPlant P&ID. Exit SmartPlant License Manager. Licensing 5. you must request the upgrade before you request licenses.intergraph. 13.com). Click Install and Remove and Install License Key commands. Click Test Seat Release and enter the seat designated in the SmartPlant License Manager Information dialog box. Use that product's installation and configuration guides to install each product. and click Search. Use the Test Seat Reservation and Test Seat Release commands to ensure that communication is working between the license machine and the client. which is found on the following web page: http://www. PDS. Successful messages show appropriate communication. If the license key installs correctly. Note the seat number in the SmartPlant License Manager Information dialog box to enter. SmartPlant Review. Next. 11. A license request does not include a software upgrade and a software upgrade does not include a license request. 15. for example. 6.

See Also General Topics FAQ (on page 24) General Topics FAQ Q: What product licenses are managed with SmartPlant License Manager 2012? A: SmartPlant License Manager supports the following products and license types:  CAESAR II  CADWorx  FrameWorks® Plus  ISOGEN™ (Batch ISOGEN and Interactive ISOGEN)  PDS®: PDS 3D. PDS IDM.intergraph. See https://ppmapps.com/elicense. PDS 2D. Q: How do I purchase licenses? A: Contact your local sales account manager to request an upgrade of the lease profile to include purchase licenses. found on the SmartPlant Instrumentation > Additional Information web page.0 and earlier uses its own form. PDS 2D PID  PV Elite  PV Fabricator  SDNF Import  Smart 3D to PDMS Exporter  SmartMarine® 3D  SmartMarine 3D Hull  SmartMarine 3D Layout  SmartMarine 3D Outfitting  SmartMarine 3D Tribon  SmartPlant Construction  SmartPlant® Electrical Basic (formally SmartPlant Electrical)  SmartPlant Electrical Detailed Engineering (formally sigraph. Licensing INtools 6.CAE)  SmartPlant Instrumentation (formerly INtools®)  SmartPlant Isometrics (formerly I-Sketch)  SmartPlant Materials  SmartPlant Materials Material Life Cycle Library  SmartPlant Materials Engineering and Procurement Integration Module  SmartPlant Materials Material Supply Chain Management Module  SmartPlant Materials Site Management Module  SmartPlant Materials Integrator Module CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 24 .

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 SmartPlant Materials Supplier Module
 SmartPlant P&ID
 SmartPlant P&ID Design Validation Tool
 SmartPlant P&ID Engineering
 SmartPlant Plant Engineering Solution Bundle
 SmartPlant 3D
 SmartPlant 3D Bundle (Support bundle licensing in SmartPlant 3D, SmartMarine 3D,
and SmartPlant 3D Materials Handling Edition)
 SmartPlant 3D Import commands
 SmartPlant 3D Materials Handling Edition
 SmartPlant Layout
 SmartPlant Reference Data
 SmartPlant Review
 SmartPlant Review Publisher
 SmartPlant Spoolgen® (formerly SPOOLGEN)
 SmartSketch®
 SmartSketch Drawing Editor
 SupportModeler™ for PDS
 SupportManager™ for PDS
 TANK
Q: What new features were added in SmartPlant License Manager 2012?
A: We added a new counted type seat for the license key. We also added new options in
the SmartPlant License Manager interface and improved some existing functions.
Q: Where can I find SmartPlant License Manager and other products to download?
A: SmartPlant License Manager is available from Intergraph Smart Support Online
(https://smartsupport.intergraph.com).
Select View Downloads > SmartPlant License Manager.
You do not need a serial number to install SmartPlant License Manager.
Q: What do I need to do to receive a License Key?
A: You need to generate a Machine ID from your license machine and submit it to
Intergraph to request a license key. After installing SPLM 2012 v12, you can find the
Generate Machine ID utility on your Start menu (Programs > Intergraph SmartPlant
License Manager).
To prevent a loss in production, you can pre-request a new SPLM 2012 license key before
upgrading your SPLM 2010 or previous version to SPLM 2012. You can download the utility
(splmGenMachineID.exe) from Intergraph Smart Support Online
(https://smartsupport.intergraph.com). For more information, please check our document
“Important Upgrade Info for SPLM 2012.pdf” on the eLicense and Smart Support sites (View

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Downloads > SmartPlant License Manager > Technical Notes and Whitepapers >
SmartPlant License Manager 2012 (v12)).
Q: What is a license machine?
A: The license machine is the computer where the license key is loaded; it can be a
standard computer or a server. The license key tells the license machine how many licenses
it can issue. Clients of a license machine are computers where SmartPlant License Manager
is installed and pointing to the license machine. The computer where you start the software
(for example, PDS or SmartPlant P&ID) asks the license machine for a license. If a license
is available, the license machine provides it. If all licenses are in use, the client is not
granted a license.
Q: What is the Machine ID?
A: The Machine ID is a collection of hardware and software identifiers that together allow a
machine to be uniquely identified. The Machine ID is used to manage licenses. The
information is used to generate the license key and is not useful to other software programs.
Q: Do I need to have SmartPlant License Manager installed in order to generate the
Machine ID?
A: No. The utility used to generate the machine identifier is included in the SmartPlant
License Manager installation but can be downloaded separately without installing
SmartPlant License Manager. The utility is used to generate the Machine ID, which is used
to produce keys for the license machine. SmartPlant License Manager and the new licenses
may be installed at the same time, minimizing disruption and down time.
Q: Will providing the Machine ID make my computer less secure?
A: No. The Machine ID allows the license manager to uniquely identify your computer from
a collection of hardware and software identifiers without explicitly publishing your computer's
TCP/IP address. Because the computer identifier cannot be used like a TCP/IP address, it is
actually more secure than publishing your computer's TCP/IP address.
Q: Is my existing key still running if I regenerate the Machine ID?
A: Yes, but you will not be able to reinstall the old key. You will need to request a new key
for the new machine identifier.
Q: I currently have SPLM v11 installed. Can I install SPLM v12 on top of this version?
What will happen with my current license key?
A: Yes, you can over-install SPLM 2012 v12 on your current SPLM 2010 v11 license
machine or client, but you will need to generate a new machine ID, and request and install a
new key after you upgrade to SPLM 2012 on your license machine.
Q: Can I pre-request a SPLM v12 license key to prevent production down time? I currently
have SPLM v11 installed.
A: Yes, you can pre-request a SPLM v11 license key prior to upgrading to SPLM v12 on
your license machine. You need to download the Generate Machine ID executable for
SPLM 2012 (splmGenMachineID.exe) first to get a v12 machine ID and then request a
SPLM v12 license key.
Detailed instructions can be found in “Important Upgrade Info for SPLM 2012.pdf." Be sure
to read this document first before upgrading your license machine.
Both the upgrade instructions and the Generate Machine ID executable for SPLM 2012
(splmGenMachineID.exe) can be downloaded from Intergraph Smart Support Online

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(https://smartsupport.intergraph.com) or from eLicense
(https://ppmapps.intergraph.com/elicensev3).
Q: How can I tell what version of SPLM was used in the Machine ID or license key file?
A: Please check the starting number or letter in your Machine ID or license key. See the
table below.

Version Machine ID starts with License key starts with

2012 (12.00.82.00) M K

2012 (12.00.16.00) A 4

2012 (12.00.05.00) 5 3

2010 (v11) 6 2

2008 (v10) 7 1

Q: How can I find the version of SmartPlant License Manager that I have installed?
A: You can find that information in the readme.txt or readme.html located in the product
directory (by default, C:\win32app\INGR\SPLM), or you can select Help > About
SmartPlant License Manager located in the top right corner of the SmartPlant License
Manager user interface.
Q: What happens if I install the new license key prior to expiration of the old license key?
A: The new license will overwrite the existing key independent of the expiration date.
Q: Do I have to have one license machine for each LAN?
A: No, your configuration is entirely up to you. A persistent network connection is required if
you want to connect to a license machine that belongs to a different LAN.
Q: Can I divide the licenses for one LAN into several license machines for the purpose of
managing project access, for example, or as coverage in the event that my license
machine goes down?
A: Yes, you can divide the licenses.
Q: How do I remove SmartPlant License Manager?
A: Select Start > Control Panel > Programs and Features > Uninstall SPLM from the list
If you need to set up your license machine again after you remove SPLM, you will
need to re-install SPLM, generate a new Machine ID, and request a new key.
Q: Can I set up the SmartPlant License Manager license machine in a Virtual Machine?
A: Yes, you can set up the SmartPlant License Manager license machine in a virtual
machine. However, only limited testing had been done and there is a high potential of
failure. We do not recommend setting up a license machine in a virtual environment. We can
only provide very limited support for SPLM licensing machine running in any virtual
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If you are experiencing problems with your SPLM machine configured in a virtual
environment you will ask you to configure a non virtualized environment. Only after the
problem is known to be reproducible in a non-virtualized environment will Intergraph react to
the problem. To troubleshoot your virtual configuration problems may require a consulting
services agreement and might not be covered under your regular maintenance agreement.
Q: Is the SmartPlant License Manager User’s Guide delivered with the software products?
A: Yes. The SmartPlant License Manager Installation and User’s Guide is included with all
products that require SmartPlant License Manager. The document is also available with the
product documentation on Intergraph Smart Support Online
(https://smartsupport.intergraph.com).
This document explains the new features, client and license machine installations and
functions, upgrade instructions, license control, error messages, and troubleshooting.
Q: What is license stacking?
A: License stacking gives an administrator the ability to input two license keys (this month's
and next month's), each with its own quantity of licenses for each of the next two months.
This gives system administrators much more freedom and helps ensure there is no down
time.
Q: Do I need to remove the existing key in order to input two license keys for two
months?
A: No. You schedule next month’s licenses this month. Get a new key, create the bat file,
and submit it to install. Once the installation date/time has passed, the new key will be the
one installed.
pdlice -a keyvaluehere >>outputfilehere
Submit the bat file to either the AT services or a batch queue to run at a specified time.
Q: How are the number of licenses for a given license machine determined?
A: The number of licenses covered by a license key equals the total number of licenses that
you have purchased or are leasing for each LAN ID listed for that license server. Intergraph
records determine the correct number of licenses for the key.
To change the number of licenses for a LAN, use the License Key Request Form found on
the following web page:
http://www.intergraph.com/ppm/products.aspx
Sending this form does not change your number of licenses; it notifies Intergraph that you
want to do so. A valid purchase order is required to increase the number of licenses for your
LAN.
Q: How do I check the number of licenses in a license key?
A: On your licensing machine, click Show Key Status on the Display Options dialog box to
show the status of your keys.
Q: How can I tell who is using a license?
A: Click Display Status of Reserved License on the Display Options dialog box.
Q: Does the installation date have to be precise?

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Please ensure that the date you request is the actual date that you will install the key. If the client is in contact sooner. Contact Intergraph Support at 1-800-766-7701 or your local Intergraph office for more information. rebooting that client and then scavenging from the licensing machine may free some licenses. Q: Can I make an educated guess at my installation date? A: Yes. The scavenger periodically advances this 16-hour timer for each license. It is possible in critical situations to request emergency licenses from Intergraph. at least every hour or two. the key can be installed on 01-July. How can I troubleshoot to understand what is happening? A: The Admin user can run Scavenge for Keys on the Scavenge Options dialog box or you can type pdlice -n in a Command Prompt window on the license machine. This shows you which client nodes have licenses checked out. if you request 01-July-2008 as the installation date. making sure that all necessary software is available and loaded before that date. We request that you notify us as early as possible. Q: Can SmartPlant License Manager be installed on a laptop computer? A: Yes. This information can help you and/or Intergraph determine the underlying cause of the termination. Processes that already have licenses checked out are not affected by the fact that the license computer is unavailable. or 03-July. Download the latest SmartPlant License Manager software from Intergraph Smart Support Online and install the software. find out what was processing when the job stopped. Q: I am running out of licenses earlier than I believe I should be. Licensing does not depend on maintaining a continuous communication link to the license machine. the license is marked for a 16-hour hold before it is released. Save the output of any scavenging process that returns a license. process ID. If possible. The output of the scavenger includes the following information: nodename. If a client computer has no plant design-related activity and it is still holding licenses. They are installed on the client computer rather than a licensing machine. examine the results of the pdlice -M command. batch mode (Yes/No). If you think that client nodes are improperly holding onto licenses. the hold is voided and normal scavenging takes over. Licensing A: The key can be installed any time during the 72-hour period that begins with the installation date you provide. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 29 . Q: What happens if my local computer goes down after I've obtained a license? A: If the scavenger cannot contact the client computer during scavenging. Q: What happens if the license machine is rebooted in the middle of my design session? A: Nothing. SmartPlant License Manager can be installed on a laptop and a laptop can be used as a SmartPlant License Manager client or licensing machine. For example. Intergraph will provide a key within 48 hours of receipt of your request (via mail or phone). This information will provide the reasons why the license was returned. and checkout time. Q: What happens if my licensing machine goes down? A: You will be unable to check out licenses from this machine until it is back in use. 1. product tag. 02-July. It is important to schedule the scavenger to run regularly.

Q: Can I run the executable of SmartPlant License Manager or SmartPlant products in XP compatible mode? A: No. but with some traces of the old computer still existing in files on the network. your SmartPlant products may return the following error: SPLM Failed [Creating/Stating] The parameter is incorrect. make sure the loopback adapter is the first on your network connection list (Control Panel > Network Connections > Advanced Settings). Q: What is the difference between the Select License Machine for Client command and the Select License Machine for Client (Current User) command? A: The Select License Machine for Client command updates the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (HKLM) list of license machines so that all users will have the same list of license servers. Licensing 2. Q: Which products can have daily licenses? A: Currently PDS and S3D support daily licenses. Q: Is there a limit for the number of seats that can be generated per key? A: The limit is 32766 seats per license key. Look for anomalies such as two nodes on the network with the same name or the reuse of an old name for a new computer. SOFTWARE\Intergraph\Pdlice_etc Q: When an application is on a machine that is disconnected from the network without exiting the product. Q: We installed a key for three licenses. Do not attempt to generate the Machine ID more than once. 4. Why? A: There can be several reasons. Click Display Status of Reserved License on the Display Options dialog box to determine the number of licenses that your key contains. how long is the license held? A: 16 hours. No extra step is required when the laptop is connected back to the network. Prepare the laptop for machine ID generation: Disable all the network connections except the loopback adapter before generating the Machine ID. Click Scavenge for Keys on the Scavenge Options dialog box to scavenge for the third license that you are unable to use.). If you do. (Please refer to the corresponding section in the SmartPlant License Manager Installation and User's Guide about how to set up the loopback adapter. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 30 . Send the Machine ID output to Intergraph to request a license key. but we can operate only two licenses at the same time. you should not set SmartPlant License Manager or SmartPlant products in XP compatible mode. SmartPlant License Manager should work if the laptop is connected to the network or not. Q: How long would a daily license last? A: A daily license expires after 12 hours. Select Generate Machine ID from the Intergraph SmartPlant License Manager program group. This command requires administrator privileges. 3. Also. If all the previous steps described in this section were performed correctly. Verify that clients and servers can ping to each other.

Q: How does the PDLICE_WAIT variable work? A: For interactive jobs. a batch job will wait for up to 12 hours for a license to become available. There can be a different list of license servers for each user on a machine. SmartPlant License Manager does not use the license machines in HKLM. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 31 . This command runs with non-administrator/standard user privileges. For batch jobs. You are notified immediately that the jobs did not start. You can retry. the jobs do not wait for licenses if none are available. Licensing The Select License Machine for Client (Current User) command updates the HKEY_CURRENT_USER (HKCU) list of license servers for a specific user. the variable PDLICE_WAIT can be used to change the wait time. By default. You can change the wait time by setting the environment variable on the client computer from which the license was attempted to be obtained. HKCU takes precedence over HKLM. if HKCU is set. In other words.

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the application attempts to request a license using SmartPlant License Manager the next time you start the product. You can have both versions of the Checkout Utility installed on your system. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 34 .com).SECTION 3 Using the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility The SmartPlant License Checkout utility allows you to obtain licenses for ICAS for use on a non-networked computer (for example.Product Report: Intergraph Smart Support Online (https://smartsupport.intergraph. a message displays the expiration date for the checked out license. a remote laptop). For example. it attempts to access the SmartPlant License Manager license machine for base and module licenses prior to running. see the Intergraph PPM Compatibility Matrix . the next time you start the product. after the license expires at 11:59 PM on the expiration date.  You must install and configure SmartPlant License Manager before checking out a license.  You must have administrator privileges to setup and install the utility. or (b) have other Intergraph applications loaded on your machine. the license and expiration information are stored for use by the application. Refer to the compatibility matrix chart on Smart Support for information on application versions and their required version of the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility. Using this utility allows you to run ICAS without a network connection to the license machine.  For information on products supported by the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility. Each time you start the product during the checkout period. When the checkout period for the license expires. When you check out a license. Your Intergraph application determines the license information location and whether the checkout operation applies to all users or a single user on the same system. Install SmartPlant License Checkout Utility Do not uninstall the version of the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility that is currently on your system if you (a) are installing a new product that includes the latest version of the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility. Each user on a server can check out a license on that machine. The SmartPlant License Checkout Utility version that is supported by your purchased Intergraph product is included in the product delivery. The older version of the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility is required to work with your currently-loaded applications.

Application Group Displays the installed products available for license checkout. locate the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility installation program in the Other Installs folder of the product DVD. Click Install to start the installation process. Check the box beside the module for which you want to check out a license. Click Finish.  If you installed the latest version of the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility. Please check your original product installation media for the compatible version of the utility. and then click CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 35 . and then click Next. and then click Yes. 6. 2. 3. Click SmartPlant License Checkout Utility Installation. and then click Next. either your product contains no supported modules. it is installed along with the older version. If no modules appear in the list. Insert the product CD or DVD. Available Modules Displays any modules or add-ins available with your product. or no modules have been installed. double-click setup. If the Application Group list is empty. Click Display to read and accept the license agreement. 4. 5. even if you are currently running a product in remote license mode.exe in the main folder. Select the product for which you want to check out licenses.  The required version of the SmartPlant License Checkout Utility is included with each supported product installation and setup. Both versions display from the Start menu as shown in the following example: License Checkout Utility Dialog Box Specifies the product for which you want to check out a license. and from the Welcome screen click Next. 7.  For ICAS products. your application requires an older version of the checkout utility. Specify the destination folder. You must have a PDF reader to view the license agreement. If the installation does not start automatically. Install the Utility 1.  You can uninstall the License Checkout utility at any time. Type your name and the organization or company name.

the software displays a message informing you that the checked out licenses have expired and that the software is reverting to the standard connected license mode and attempting to get licenses from SmartPlant License Manager. In the Application Group list. License Checkout Utility Dialog Box (on page 35) 3.  When running in remote license mode. You can cut this time down to approximately 12 hours if you check out the license just before mid-day. you cannot install or remove modules while running in remote license mode. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 36 . select an expiration from the License Expiration list. License Expiration Specifies the date that you want the checkout to expire. 4. Click Start > Programs > Intergraph SmartPlant License Checkout Utility > License Checkout Utility. The minimum length of time you can have a license checked out is for approximately 24 hours. In the Available Modules list.  If CAESAR II is running in remote license mode but is unable to confirm for any reason that it is running in that mode. select the module to use. When the checkout period for the license expires. CAESAR II notifies you if it is unable to obtain licenses from SmartPlant License Manager. you cannot use setup to modify the product installation until the following conditions are met:  The checkout duration expires. and then click Check Out. Check Out a License 1. Each time you start CAESAR II while using remote license mode. If required. CAESAR II automatically returns to connected license mode and attempts to obtain the licenses from SmartPlant License Manager. For product-specific check out information. Make sure SmartPlant License Manager (SPLM) is set up on your computer. The first time that you run CAESAR II after the checked out licenses expire. If you want to check out only the base product. In other words. refer to the installation guide provided with your product. the software displays a message informing you when the checked out licenses expire. select your product. Check Out. the product returns to normal and connected license operation using the SmartPlant License Manager the next time you start the product. 2.  The system is working with SmartPlant License Manager in connected license mode once again. do not check any of the modules. 5.

and the DVD contents. HASP Trouble Shooting Opens a DOC file containing troubleshooting procedures for issues with HASP licensing. CAESAR II Information Opens the CAESAR II Product Details page on the Intergraph CAS web site. the DVD contains the following items: Additional Installs Displays options for installing HASP drivers and the Autodesk TrueView application. ReadMe File Opens a text file discussing the installation steps. Browse the DVD Displays the DVD contents in Windows Explorer. HASP Network Licensing Overview Opens a DOC file containing a summary of the Aladdin (SafeNet) HASP Licensing System. the HASP drivers. Release Notes Opens a PDF file detailing the recent changes made to this new version of CAESAR II. which installs CAESAR II. see Software and Hardware Requirements (on page 13). The CAESAR II installation DVD contains the following options: Install CAESAR II Launches the main installation process. a PDF file containing these instructions. License Agreement Opens an RTF file containing the CAESAR II License Agreement.SECTION 4 Installation Prior to installing CAESAR II. This guide can be opened directly from the DVD without installing the software. verify that your computer meets the required hardware and software requirements. Additional Products Displays additional Intergraph CAS products. For more information. the system requirements. and all associated documentation. Content In addition. Installation Instructions Opens the CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 37 .

....... and so forth) that a user may need to modify.. these files cannot be installed in a typical write-protected installation folder. accounting files.. After the software has been installed on the network drive....................... which generates a default configuration file...... Network Installations The installation program treats a network drive no different than a local hard drive..... Some networks protect installation directories from subsequent modification by users.... top-level SYSTEM directory that contains the network operating system..... 39 Install in Silent Mode ................ CAESAR II installs these data files in a System subfolder.... Support Forum Opens the CAESAR II Discussion Forum on the Intergraph CAS web site...  Do not confuse this CAESAR II SYSTEM subfolder is not the primary.... material files..... Installation Contact Intergraph Displays contact information for Intergraph CAS Support... This involves setting the access rights to the installation folder to read...... share... In This Section Install CAESAR II...... Windows 7/Vista \Program Data\Intergraph CAS\CAESAR II\Version Number\System Windows XP \Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Intergraph CAS\CAESAR II\Version Number\System  While the actual name of the program's installation folder can revised when you install the software.... Specify the target installation drive and folder....... If you rename the CAESAR II SYSTEM subfolder.. 43 Troubleshoot Installation .... Services Training Opens the CAESAR II Course Details page on the Intergraph CAS web site.......... Inc................ CAESAR II fails run and generates an error report......... Consult your system administrator for further clarification........ Because Intergraph CAS. located in the following location of your root directory based on your platform............. 45 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 38 . Therefore................. and scan.... the CAESAR II SYSTEM subfolder name is fixed as it is automatically created by CAESAR II............ the installation program launches the CAESAR II Configuration Editor.......... software uses data files specific to the installation (that is. and the software will be copied and expanded accordingly.......

2. Organization. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 39 . Click I accept the terms in the license agreement.  If you plan to run CAESAR II on the Windows 8 platform. Insert the Intergraph CAESAR II DVD. On the Customer Information page. If the DVD does not start automatically. Click Next to continue. and Serial number boxes. The serial number is provided to you by Intergraph CAS. 6. The Intergraph CAS CAESAR II setup page opens in your default internet browser. 3. and then click Next. Installation Install CAESAR II  Close all other software before running the CAESAR II installer.1 from your Control Panel prior to installing CAESAR II. 7. 4. Click Install CAESAR II.html in the root folder of the DVD. 1. you must enable . On the License Agreement page.  The installation DVD is not readable in a CD drive. 5. enter information in the User Name.NET Framework 3. Click Next on the Welcome to the Installation Wizard for CAESAR II page. carefully read the license agreement. double-click CD_Main.5. Most unsuccessful installations are caused by other software running at the same time as the installer.

10. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 40 . Installation The Setup Type dialog box displays. and then click Next. review the default folder path. Select the appropriate setup type. On the Destination Folder page. If needed. and click Next. click Change and select the folder location. 8. 9. On the Select Language page. you want to select Complete. Click Next. In most cases. click the needed language.

On the Select License Type page. click\. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 41 . On the Ready to Install the Application page. local ESL. 12. select the needed license type: network ESL. Installation 11.Install to begin installing the client software. see Licensing (on page 18). or SPLM license. For more information.

Click Finish to exit the installer. 14. Installation As the installation progresses.doc file. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 42 . In the CAESAR II Installer Information dialog box. 16. Review the configuration options and make any needed changes. the status displays in a series of progress bars. 17. the Aladdin device driver installation begins. Click Save and Exit to close the CAESAR II Configuration Editor and continue with the installation. On the InstallShield Wizard Completed page. Click OK on each dialog box. click OK to restart the computer and complete the installation. If an ESL license type was selected. For more information on the configuration options. click Show the readme file to view the Readme. 15. The CAESAR II Configuration Editor dialog box then displays. see "Configuration and Environment" in the CAESAR II User's Guide. 13. 18.

You can then perform an unattended installation without dialog boxes.exe /s /v"/qn INSTALL_SILENT="Yes" ESL_COLOR="Red" ESL_ON_MACHINE="Yes" SERIALNUMBER="<serial number>""  For silent installation with SPLM. such as when performing a network installation or a corporate repackaging. Change the path to the CAESAR II folder where Setup. Use the following command-line arguments and parameters with Windows Installer (msiexec. For example.exe) to perform a silent installation of the product.exe /s /v"/qn INSTALL_SILENT="Yes" ESL_COLOR="SPLM" SERIALNUMBER="<serial number>""  For silent installation with customized path.NET 3.exe /s /v"/qn INSTALL_SILENT="Yes" ESL_COLOR="SPLM" SERIALNUMBER="<serial number>" INSTALLDIR=\"<path>"" Arguments /s Hide initialization dialog for a silent install /v Pass MSI commands /qn Perform silent installation with no user interface /qb CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 43 .exe) and the CAESAR II setup (setup. 2. type: Setup. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt.exe is located on the DVD. type: E: 3. 1. type: cd CAESARII_2013R1 4. Type the drive letter where the CAESAR II DVD is located.5 from your control panel prior to installing CAESAR II. If you plan to run CAESAR II on the Windows 8 or 8. type: Setup. For example. type: Setup. type: Setup.1 platform. Installation Install in Silent Mode You can use the Windows Installer to install and uninstall CAESAR II using a command line instead of the normal installer interface. The Command Prompt window opens.exe /s /v"/qn INSTALL_SILENT="Yes" ESL_COLOR="Green" SERIALNUMBER="<serial number>""  For silent installation with Red ESL color and ESL installed locally. you must enable . Type the installation command:  For silent installation with English language and green ESL color.

SERIALNUMBER Specifies the product serial number provided to you by Intergraph CAS.exe is located.  No . type the following in a Command Prompt window: setup.exe /? You must type this command from the drive and path in which the program setup.SmartPlant License Manager (no ESL) ESL_ON_MACHINE Identifies the ESL location.exe INSTALL_SILENT Sets silent installation. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 44 .exe.Installation is silent.Network ESL  Green . ESL_COLOR Sets the ESL license type.  Red .ESL is on the local machine.  The general format of the command is: setup. no user interaction is required) Parameters for Setup.  No .  Yes . type the following in a Command Prompt window: msiexec.ESL is on the server.exe /?  For a complete list of command-line arguments for the CAESAR II setup.exe. Only use this parameter when the ESL_COLOR is Red.exe /s /v"/qn PROPERTY_NAME="value" PROPERTY_NAME2="Value""  For a complete list of command-line arguments for msiexec.  Yes . INSTALLDIR Sets the path from which to load the installation files.Local ESL  SPLM . Installation Perform silent installation with interface notifications (however.Normal installation dialog boxes appear.

Decrease the level of your UAC notifications in the Control Panel>System and Security settings. 4. c:\Windows\system32\. 5. Run CAESAR II. Run CAESAR II. Why does the CAESAR II Configuration Editor not open? Why does the Configuration Editor not save and close? If the Configuration Editor does not open or will not save and close as it should.NET from the Windows Control Panel. From the Control Panel. 6.5. To add the system 32 path to your Environment Variables 1.5. To enable .NET Framework 3. 4. select Environment Variables. Close CAESAR II. click Turn Windows features on or off.NET Framework 3. you can enable . Close CAESAR II.1 to run. 5. you should look at your User Account Control (UAC) settings through the Windows Control Panel. From the Advanced tab. click Programs. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 45 . CAESAR II requires .NET Framework 4. You must have an Internet connection to enable . Add the following path to the Variable value and click OK.1 and click OK. However. Select Path in the System variables list and click Edit.NET Framework 3. From Windows 8.5. In addition.1 through the Control Panel. 2. 3. Installation Troubleshoot Installation The following section details quick resolutions to CAESAR II installation issues. Why do I get an error message saying CAESAR II cannot locate the configuration file when I try to run CAESAR II? The Windows 8 platform installs with .1 1. 2. Select Microsoft . verify that you have the system 32 path included in your Windows Environment Variables.NET Framework 3.5. 3. Right-click on Computer and select Properties>Advanced system settings. Make sure that the CAESAR II system folder has read/write access for your user account.0 by default. In Programs and Features.

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......................... The following interfaces are available: CAESAR II Data Interfaces Notes CAESAR II Neutral File Bi-directional CAESAR II Data Matrix Import geometry only MDB (Microsoft Access)... 51 List of Materials. 50 Configuration Options .................................................................... Technical Information SECTION 5 Technical Information The following technical information and standards are delivered in CAESAR II. 64 Node Locations on Bends .........................................................................................................................................................................N file PCF Import PCF file in Alias format CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 47 ................ 47 Piping Codes . and XML CAD Interfaces Notes Intergraph CADWorx Plant Bi-directional CADPIPE Import CADPIPE neutral ....... 49 Wind and Seismic Codes .................. In This Section External Interfaces ................................................. 62 Restraints . 65 External Interfaces Tools > External Interfaces transfers data between CAESAR II and other software packages.........................UDE file Intergraph Smart3D PCF Import Intergraph Smart3D PCF file Intergraph PDS Import Intergraph PDS neutral .............................. 63 Intersection Types ................................................................................................. TXT (Microsoft Excel Data Export Wizard compatible)................................................................................. 48 Equipment Codes ..............................................

Technical Information Analysis Interfaces Notes LIQT Import dynamic pipe forces from LIQT (.PNF file Flowmaster Import dynamic pipe forces from Flowmaster (.frc) PipeNet Import dynamic pipe forces from PipeNet (.frc) PipePlus Import PipePlus neutral . 2013 ASME B31.1-2014 August 15.11-2002 May 30. 2014 ASME B31. 2009 Section III (Class 2 & 3) U.frc) For more information. 2015 ASME B31.9-2014 April 28. see "External Interfaces" in the CAESAR II User's Guide. 2006 ASME B31. 2014 ASME B31.1-1967 1967 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 48 .8-2014 & Chapter VIII September 30. 2nd Edition Stockholm 1979 ASME B31. Section 505 1984 Canadian Z662-11 (Chapter 11) June 2011 BS 806: 1993 (Issue 1) September 1993 Swedish Method 1 & 2. 2014 ASME B31.frc) AFT Impulse Import dynamic pipe forces from AFT Impulse (. 2003 2007 ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code.3-2014 February 27. July 1. Code Edition Issuance Date ASME B31. Piping Codes CAESAR II supports the following piping codes. Navy.4-2006 & Chapter IX October 20.S.5-2013 May 31.

2005 JPI August 18. Technical Information Code Edition Issuance Date Stoomwezen 1989 RCC-M C & RCC-M D 2007 CODETI June 2004 TBK 5-6 . 2012 GPTC Z380. 4th Fired Heaters for General Refinery Service August 2007 Edition CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 49 .2004 ISO 14692-3:2002/COR1:2005 October 6.1-2009 January 2009 BS PD 8010-1 & 2: 2004 July 31. Code Edition Description Issuance Date AISC Code of Standard Practice for Structural Steel 1989 Buildings and Bridges API 560. 2004 HPGSL (High Pressure Gas Safety Law) 2005 Equipment Codes CAESAR II supports the following equipment codes.Norwegian General Rules for Piping 1999 Systems FDBR July 1995 BS 7159:1989 October 1989 UKOOA 1994 IGE/TD/12 2003 Det Norske Veritas (DNV) July 1996 BS EN 13480-1:2012 July 31.

Code Edition Description Issuance Date ASCE 7-10. 11th Centrifugal Pumps for Petroleum. 107 (Revision I) Wind and Seismic Codes CAESAR II supports the following wind codes. Due to External Loadings April 2011 WRC 537 Edition 10 WRC 297 Local Stresses in Cylindrical Shells Due to External September Loadings on Nozzles . September Edition and Natural Gas Industries 2010 API 617. Edition 2. 8th Axial and Centrifugal Compressors and September Edition Expander-Compressors 2014 API 661. and Natural Gas August 2013 Edition Industries--Air-Cooled Heat Exchangers ASME B31G Manual for Determining the Remaining Strength of October 2012 Corroded Pipelines HEI. 7th Petroleum. 8th Standards for Closed Feedwater Heaters 2009 Edition NEMA SM 23 Steam Turbines for Mechanical Drive Service 1991 PD 5500. Petrochemical. Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and 2010 2nd Edition Other Structures IBC 2012 International Building Code June 2011 NBC 2010 National Building Code of Canada November 2010 EN 1991-1-4:2005 Eurocode 1: Actions on structures .Wind actions Mexico Complementary Technical Norms for Wind 1993 Resistant Design CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 50 .Part 1-4: April 2010 +A1:2010 General actions .Supplement to WRC 1987 Bulletin No. Local Stresses in Spherical and Cylindrical Shells February 2002. Technical Information API 610. Petrochemical. 5th Specification for Unfired Fusion Welded Pressure September Edition Vessels 2012 WRC 107.

Part 3: Wind Loads As/Nzs Australian/New Zealand Standard .0:2002 Design Actions .Rules for the 2001 Design of Safety Valve Installations Configuration Options Configure or Tools > Configure/Setup opens the Configuration Editor dialog box where you set options in CAESAR II that control how the software performs analysis. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 51 . The software saves these options in the CAESAR. Code Edition Description Issuance Date ASCE 7-10 Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other 2010 Structures IBC International Building Code 2012 NBC National Building Code of Canada 2010(static) CFE Sismo Seismic Code of Mexico 2008 UBC Uniform Building Code 1997 B31.Structural June 2002 1170. Volume 2 .Structural February 1997 Engineering Design Provisions CAESAR II supports the following seismic codes.CFG file. Technical Information GB 50009-2012 Load Code for the Design of Building October 2012 Structures (Code of China) NBR 6123 Brazilian Wind Code: Forces Due to Wind June 1988 Buildings IS 875(Part 3).1 App II Nonmandatory Appendix II .Part 0: General Principals BS 6399-2:1997 Load for Buildings: Code of Practice for Wind July 1997 Loads UBC 1997 Uniform Building Code. 2nd Code of Practice for Design Loads (Other November Revision than Earthquake) for Buildings and Structures 1998 .

000 58 Rod Tolerance 1.000 46 Friction Stiffness 1. Technical Information Computational Control Convergence Tolerances Value Internal Index # Decomposition Singularity Tolerance 1.000 140 Default Rotational Restraint Stiffness 1.00e+12 99 Default Translational Restraint 1.050 33 Coefficient of Friction 0.00e+6 45 Rod Increment 2.00e+12 98 Stiffness Hanger Default Restraint Stiffness 1.000 48 Friction Normal Force Variation 0.000 59 Input Spreadsheet Defaults Values Internal Index # Alpha Tolerance 0.00e+12 49 Minimum Wall Tolerance (%) 12.00e+10 50 Friction Angle Variation 15.150 47 Friction Slide Multiplier 1.500 107 New Job Ambient Temperature 70 135 New Job Bourdon Pressure None 136 Miscellaneous Value Internal Index # Bend Axial Shape True 51 Ignore Spring Hanger Stiffness False 100 Include Insulation in Hydrotest False 147 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 52 .

FIL 124 User Material Database Filename UMAT1.VHD 90 ODBC Settings Value Internal Index # Append re-runs to existing data False 126 Enable data export to ODBC compliant False 125 databases CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 53 . Data in CW 149 Valves and Flanges CADWORX.UMD 150 Valve/Flange Files Location Specs in CII. Technical Information Include Spring Hanger Stiffness in False 141 Hanger OPE Travel Cases Incore Numerical Check False 60 Missing Mass ZPA Extracted 101 Use Pressure Stiffening on Bends Default 65 WRC-107 Interpolation Method Last Value 120 WRC-107 Version Mar '79 1B1/2B1 119 Database Definitions Databases Value Internal Index # Alternate CAESAR II Distributed Data Path <none> 123 Default Spring Hanger Table Anvil 112 Expansion Joints FLEXPATH.JHD 91 Load Case Template LOAD.TPL 142 Piping Size Specification ANSI 88 Structural Database AISC89 70 Units File Name ENGLISH.

000 113 Axial Strain: Hoop Stress (Ea/Eh*Vh/a) 0.0000 117 FRP Density 0.000 37 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 54 .0600 118 FRP Laminate Type CSM and Multi-filament 116 FRP Property Data File CAESAR.FRP 122 Ratio Shear Modulus: Elastic Modulus 0.2500 114 Settings Value Internal Index # BS 7159 Pressure Stiffening Design_Strain 121 Exclude F2 from UKOOA Bending False 134 Stress Use FRP Flexibilities True 111 Use FRP Sif True 110 Geometry Directives Bends Values Internal Index # Bend Length Attachment Percent 1.1527 115 FRP Alpha 12. Technical Information ODBC Database File Name <none> 127 FRP Properties Material Properties Value Internal Index # Axial Modulus of Elasticity 3200000.000 38 Maximum Allowable Bend Angle 95.

42 New Job Z-Axis Vertical False 129 Graphic Settings The following are examples of the graphic color settings: Advanced Options Backplane Culling False Culling Maximum Extent 5 Use Culling Frustrum True Background Colors Bottom Light Yellow (255.000 39 Input Items Value Internal Index # Auto Node Number Increment 10 109 Connect Geometry Through CNodes True 34 Horizontal Thermal Bowing Tolerance 0. Technical Information Minimum Allowable Bend Angle 5. 255) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 55 . 230) Use Uniform Background False Color CADWorx Options Color .255. 255. 255.0000 in.Ambient White (255.000 36 Minimum Angle to Adjacent Bend Point 5. 230) Top Light Yellow (255.0001 92 Loop Closure Tolerance 1.

0) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 56 .Transmission Black (17. 255) Nozzles Magenta (255. 202. 192. 255. 0. 17) Gloss Value 1 Show Lines False Show Model True Use AutoCAD Colors False Use Keyboard for False Walkthrough Component Colors Anchor CNode Orange (255. 192. 240) Restraint CNode Orange (255. 160) Color . 255. 87) Restraints Lime (0. Technical Information Color . 87) Hangers Purple (128. 0) Flange Magenta (255. 95) Color . 0. 0) Rigids Lime (0. 128) Nozzle Limit Color 1 Red (255. 255) Color . 95. 255. 0 . 17. 160. 0 .255) Pipes Light Blue (166.Specular White (255.Face Dark Gray (95. 0. 0) Expansion Joints Lime (0. 192. 255. 0) Nozzle Limit Color 2 White (255.Line Med Gray (160. 87) Anchors Red (255. 255.255) Hanger CNode Orange (255.

192. 0. 192) Marker Options Marker Color Red (255. Technical Information Selection Yellow (255. 0) SIFs/Tees Magenta (255. 249. 0. 255) Steel Light Gray (192. 0) Marker Size 25 Miscellaneous Options Default Operator Zoom to Window Default Project Mode Orthographic Default Render Mode Phong Shaded Default View SE Isometric Disable Graphic Tooltip False Bubble Force Black and White True Printing Idle Processing Count 50 Optimal Frame Rate 10 Restore Previous Anchor True Size Restore Previous Hanger True Size Restore Previous Operator True Restore Previous Projection True Mode Restore Previous Render True Mode CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 57 .

0. 240) Level 2 Light Cyan (192. 0) Level 5 Maroon (255. 128. 0) Displaced Shape Olive (128. 0. 255. 128. 0) Color Red (255. 192) Level 3 Green (0. 202. 0) Level 6 Red (255. 240) Level 2 Light Cyan (192. Technical Information Restore Previous Restraint True Size Restore Previous View True Video Driver OpenGL Output Colors Actual Stress Settings Level 1 Light Blue (166. 128. 0. 0) Level 4 Yellow (255. 0) Level 4 Yellow (255. 220. 255. 0) Percent Stress Settings Level 1 Light Blue (166. 220.(255. 0) Level 5 Maroon (255. 0. 0. 0) Text Options Annotation Text Arial. 202. 192) Level 3 Green (0. 0. 0) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 58 .18. 0) Level 6 Red (255.

0. 0. 28 pt. 0) Color Maroon (128. Rendered Mode Text Always False Visible Silhouette Mode Text Always True Visible Visual Options Always Use System Colors True Always Use System Fonts True Axis Mode On Fixed Size Restraint Size 6 Shadow Mode None Show Bounding Box True Smooth Transitions False Used Fixed Size Restraints False Visibility 50 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 59 . 0. 0. 0) Font Arial. 0. Output Text Arial.28. 0) Color Red (255. Node Text Arial. Legend Text Arial.12. 0) Font Arial. 18 pt.12. 12 pt. 0) Color Red (255. 0) Font Arial. 0. (128.(255. Technical Information Font Arial. 12 pt.(255.

1 Reduced Z Fix True 54 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 60 . Technical Information Miscellaneous Options The following are examples of miscellaneous settings: Input Items Value Internal Index # Disable Undo/Redo Ability False 128 Dynamic Example Input Text Max 94 Output Items Value Internal Index # Displacement Reports Sorted by Nodes True 89 Output Reports by Load Case True 87 Output Table of Contents True 105 Time History Animation True 104 System Level Items Value Internal Index # Memory Allocated (Mb) 12 User ID <none> SIFs and STRESSES Advanced Settings Value Internal Index # Class 1 Branch Flexibility False 55 Use Schneider False 63 Use WRC 329 False 62 Code-Specific Settings Value Internal Index # B31.

1 (Post 1980) 32 General Settings Value Internal Index # Add F/A in Stresses Default 67 Add Torsion in SL Stress Default 66 All Cases Corroded False 35 Allow User's SIF at Bend False 52 Base Hoop Stress On ID 57 Default Piping Code B31.3 Wc Factor True 148 No Rft/Wlt in Reduced Fitting SIFs False 53 Occasional Load Factor 0.000 40 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 61 .3 Implement Appendix P True 144 EN-13480/CODETI use In-Plane/Out-Plane SIF False 133 Ignore B31.1/B31.3 43 New Job Liberal Expansion Stress Allowable True 137 Use PD/4t False 64 Yield Stress Criterion Max3DShear 108 Legacy Settings Value Internal Index # B31.3 Verified Welding/Contour Tees False 139 B31.000 41 Pressure Variation in EXP Case Default 143 Reduced Intersection B31. Technical Information B31.3 Use SL Formulation Para 320 (2010) True 145 Include Axial Force in Expansion Stress Default 146 SIF Multiplier for Sustained Stress Index 0.1/B31.

Technical Information List of Materials The CAESAR II Material Table contains the following isotropic materials: Pipe Elastic Poisson's Density Temp.0 E-6 in./in.2 E6 0.7 E6 0.330 0.28009 -325 to 1400 3 Carbon Moly Steel 29. Range Material No.211 0.330 0.3 E6 0.305 0.5 E6 0.28990 -325 to 1400 9 Wrought Iron 29.10130 -325 to 600 15 Copper 99.4 E6 0.3 E6 0.289 0.28935 -325 to 1400 5 Med Chrome Moly Steel 30.2 E6 0.0 E6 0.in ºF 1 Low Carbon Steel 29.289 0. Material Name Modulus Ratio lb.33850 -325 to 1400 14 Aluminum 10.0 E6 0.28935 -325 to 1400 6 Austenitic Stainless 28.300 0.9 E6 0.315 0.31890 -325 to 1200 18 Cut short cold spring elements 19 Cut long cold spring elements 20 CAESAR II orthotropic material model (fiberglass-reinforced plastic pipe) Default coefficient of expansion = 12.0 E6 0.289 0.330 0.32270 70 to 400 16 Commercial Brass 17.28993 -325 to 1400 2 High Carbon Steel 29.25580 70 to 1000 11 Monel 67% Ni/30% Cu 26.3 E6 0.8% Cu 16./cu./ºF CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 62 .292 0.355 0.28935 -325 to 1400 4 Low Chrome Moly Steel 29.28930 -325 to 1400 7 Straight Chromium 29.292 0.2 E6 0.315 0.28010 -325 to 1400 8 Type 310 Stainless 28.305 0.0 E6 0.28070 -325 to 1400 10 Grey Cast Iron 13.0 E6 0.31870 -325 to 1400 12 K-Monel 26.5 E6 0.30610 -325 to 1400 13 Copper Nickel 22.331 0.0 E6 0.289 0.30610 -325 to 1200 17 Leaded Tin Bronze 1 14.

etc. -Y. +RZ. -LIM Large Rotation Rod XROD. RY2. -RX. Range Material No.in ºF 21 User-defined properties 100 and From the Material Database and include the allowable stress and other piping above code data. or Z Rotational Double Acting RX. -RZ Directional Limit Stop +LIM. ZROD Translational Double Acting Bilinear X2. Y2. YROD. Material Name Modulus Ratio lb. RZ2 Translational Directional Bilinear +X2. -X. etc. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 63 . +Z. ZSPR Directional Snubber +XSNB. -Y2. -XSNB. -X2. +RY. Technical Information Pipe Elastic Poisson's Density Temp.RY2. -RY. +Z2. +YSNB. +Y2. ZSNB Translational Directional +X. Double Acting GUI Double Acting Limit Stop LIM Translational Double Acting Snubber XSNB. -Z Rotational Directional +RX.Y. RY. -Z2 Rotational Directional Bilinear -RX2. YSNB. YSPR. Bottom Out Spring XSPR. Z2 Rotational Double Acting Bilinear RX2. or RZ Guide. Restraints CAESAR II stores information on the following restraints: Restraint Type Abbreviation Anchor A Translational Double Acting X. ./cu. +RY2. +Y.

9  Usually the lowest SIF  Usually expensive 4 Sweepolet Welded-in  "Sit-in" fitting Contour Insert  Forged fittings on a pipe 5 Weldolet Branch Welded  "Sit-on" fitting on Fitting  Forged fittings on a pipe CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 64 .3 Type Notes Sketch 1 Reinforced Reinforced  Used to lower Fabricated Tee SIFs  Not a fitting  Modified pipe 2 Unreinforced Unreinforced  Routine Fabricated Tee intersection  Not a fitting  Modified pipe  Usually the cheapest 3 Welded Tee Welding Tee  Usually size-on-size  Governed by B16. Technical Information Intersection Types CAESAR II uses the following intersection types: Type B31.

and the generated near point node number is two less than the TO node number on the element.  The FROM point on the element is located at the NEAR point of the bend if the total length of the element as specified in the DX. For more information. For more information.3 Type Notes Sketch 6 Extruded Extruded  Seldom used Welding Tee  Used for thick wall manifolds  Extruded from straight pipe Node Locations on Bends Bends are defined by the element entering the bend and the element leaving the bend. The actual bend curvature is always physically at the TO end of the element entering the bend. nodes are automatically placed at the near and midpoint of the bend.  The element leaving a bend must appear immediately after the element defining (entering) the bend. When defining a bend element for the first time in the pipe spreadsheet.0 degrees. This and other bend settings may be changed in the Configuration Editor. see Configuration Options (on page 51) and Geometry Directives (on page 54).  Nodes defined in the Angle # and Node # fields are placed at the given angle on the bend curvature. A near point should CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 65 . a node may be placed at the NEAR point of the bend by entering an Angle # equal to 0. Technical Information Type B31.  When the FROM node on the element entering the bend is not at the bend NEAR point. The angle starts with zero degrees at the NEAR point on the bend and goes to “Beta” degrees at the FAR point of the bend. the TO node of the element entering the bend is located geometrically at the FAR point on the bend.  The default bend radius is 1. nodes on the bend curvature cannot be specified within five (5) degrees of one another or within five degrees of the nearest end point. DY and DZ fields is equal to: Radius  tan( Beta / 2 ) where Beta is the bend angle and Radius is the bend radius of curvature to the bend centerline.5 times the pipe nominal OD. The generated midpoint node number is one less than the TO node number on the element. The FAR point is at the weld line of the bend and adjacent to the straight element leaving the bend.  Angles are always entered in degrees. By default.  For stress and displacement output.  The NEAR point on the bend is at the weld line of the bend and adjacent to the straight element entering the bend. Click Configure or Tools > Configure/Setup. see the graphic below.

Technical Information always be included in the model in tight. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 66 . highly formed piping systems. click Help > Animated Tutorials in the main CAESAR II window. For an animated tutorial on modeling bends. The top-right figure shows the actual geometric location of the points on the bend. The top-left figure below shows the points on the bend as they would be input. The bottom-left figure shows the same geometry except that two nodes are defined on the bend curvature at angles of zero and forty-five degrees.

.........A unitless factor used for a number of purposes depending on the piping code....Primary stress index (component specific) B2 ....... 75 CAESAR II Verification and Validation Guide ..Axial stress intensification factor it -Torsional stress intensification factor I ... see the CAESAR II User's Guide. B1 ............Elastic modulus f ........ For more information....Cross-sectional metal area in the pipe.............................In-plane stress intensification factor io ...Outer diameter dT ....... 67 US Code Stresses ......... 69 International Code Stresses .... In This Section Nomenclature .......Out-of-plane stress intensification factor ia ............Stress intensification factor ii .........Cyclic reduction factor F1 ...............Axial force FAC ....Internal diameter Dm ..Primary stress index (component specific) Di ..... 85 Nomenclature Use the nomenclature definitions below throughout CAESAR II unless a code section specifically provides a different definition...................Sustained moment index Ii .............................Sustained out-of-plane moment index CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 67 .....Change in temperature E .Mean diameter Do ...................SECTION 6 Code Stresses The following code stress values are supported by CAESAR II.. Am .Hoop stress design factor Fax ..Sustained in-plane moment index Io ............... i ..........

Temperature derating factor tn .Bending stress Sc .Cold allowable stress (ambient or reference temperature) Se .Axial stress Sb .Sustained torsional moment index k .Out-of-plane moment Pi .Resultant moment due to occasional loadings Mc .Poisson’s ratio CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 68 .Torsion stress SU .Yield stress T .External pressure R .Equivalent stress (von Mises or Tresca) Sh .Internal pressure Pe .In-plane moment Mo .Radius of pipe or bend Sa .Longitudinal stress Slp .Resultant moment due to weight and other sustained loadings Mb .Range of resultant moments due to expansion and displacement loadings Mi .Hot allowable stress Shoop .Hoop stress Sl .Nominal wall thickness Z .Effective section modulus for branch  .Tangential shear stress St .Pipe section modulus Ze . Code Stresses Ia .Ultimate tensile strength Sy .Coefficient of thermal expansion  .Occasional load factor Ma .Sustained axial force index It .Longitudinal pressure stress Ss .

The load case recommendations made by CAESAR II are usually sufficient for code compliance.Sl] EXP Slp + 0.75iMa/Z < Sh SUS iMc/Z < f[1. CAESAR II does not recommend occasional load cases. CAESAR II Default Operating Stress – unless otherwise specified S = Slp + Fax/Am + Sb < N/A B31.25(Sc + Sh) . Code Stresses US Code Stresses The US code-based stress equations and load case labels used by CAESAR II for actual and allowable stresses are shown below. Occasional loads are unknown in origin and you must specify them.75iMa / Z + 0. use Ze instead of Z.75iMb / Z < kSh OCC B31.Di2) Code exact equation.Slp Slp = PDo / 4tn Code approximation Slp = PD2i / (Do2 . Longitudinal Pressure Stress .1 Sl = Slp + 0. St = ltMt / 2Z CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 69 .3 SL = [(Ia (|Slp + Fax / Ap |) +Sb)2 + 4St2]1/2 < Sh SUS Where: Sb = [(liMi)2 + (loMo)2]1/2 / Z Where: Z is the corroded section modulus Note: For reduced outlet connections.

use Ze instead of Z.8Sh and < 1. ASME SECT III CLASS 2 & 3 [B1PmaxDo / 2tn] + B2Ma / Z < 1. St = itMt / 2Z |IaFax/Ap| + Sb + SL < kSh OCC Where: Sb is defined as for sustained conditions.1 (1967) and Navy Section 505 Sl = Slp + (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < Sh SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < f[1. Note: For reduced outlet connections.25Sh) + EXP Sh .SL] EXP Sb = [(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2 / Z Where: Z is the section modulus computed from nominal dimensions (not corroded).5Sh SUS iMc/Z < f(1.25Sc + 0. it uses forces and moments due only to occasional loading. Code Stresses [(|iaFax/Ap | +Sb)2 + 4St2]1/2 < f [1.25Sh EXP +(Sh – Sl)] Slp + (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < kSh OCC CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 70 . however.25Sc + 0.Sl B1Slpmax + B2(Ma + Mb) / Z < 1.5Sy OCC B31.25(Sc + Sh) .

CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 71 .0): FAC|EdT – Shoop| + Shoop < 0. SUS.8Sy OPE. SUS.0 – FAC) < 0.9 Sy OPE Fully Above Ground Only applies to OPE case if S lp + (FAC = 0): Fax/Am is compressive.0 – FAC) < . OCC Equivalent: Se < 0. Code Stresses B31.9Sy OPE. SUS. Slp + Fax/Am + Sb + Shoop < 0. OCC Where: Se = 2{[(Slp – Shoop)/2]2 + St2}1/2 Shoop = (Pi – Pe)D/2t Slp = Sa + Sb or Sa – Sb CAESAR II only reports the controlling stress the largest percentage of its allowable for each load case. OCC Longitudinal: |Slp| < 0.9 Sy OPE Buried w/soil restraints modeled Only applies to OPE case if S lp + (FAC = 0.001): Fax/Am is compressive.72)Sy SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < 0.75(.8Sy OCC B31.72Sy EXP (Slp + Sb + Fax/Am)(1.4 Chapter IX Hoop: Shoop < F1Sy OPE. Fax/Am – Shoop + Sb + Shoop < 0.9Sy OPE (Slp + Sb + Fax/Am)(1.4 Fully Restrained Pipe (FAC = 1.

5 Sl = Slp + Fax/Am +Sb < Sh SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < f[1.25(Sc + Sh)] – SL EXP CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 72 . Code Stresses B31.75SyT SUS. SUS.9SyT OPE. SUS SL < 0. OCC SE < f[1.9SyT OPE. SC) < 0. OCC Unrestrained Pipe: As defined in section 833.8 Restrained Pipe: As defined in section 833.9SyT OCC SC < SyT OCC All other components: SL < 0.1 SL < 0.1 Straight Pipe: Max(SL.25(Sc + Sh) – Sl] EXP Fax/Am + Sb + Slp < kSh OCC Sb = {[(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2} / Z B31.

3Shoop Restrained Pipe SP = 0.5Shoop Unrestrained Pipe Sx = R / A SB = MB / Z Straight pipe SB = MR / Z All other components MR = [(.75iiMi)2+(0. |Shoop |.75iiMi)2 +(0. OCC Where: F1 Hoop Stress Design Table Factor A842.8Sy OPE.33SUT (In the allowables) Sh = 0. SUS.33SUT (In the allowables) B31.116A Se = 2{[(SL – Shoop)/2]2 + Ss2}1/2 The Temperature Derating Factor (T) value must be entered in the S H field in the CAESAR II Input.9Sy OPE. SUS. |SL |] or [SL2 – SLShoop + Shoop2]1/2 SE = ME / Z ME = [(0. OCC Equivalent: Se < 0.75ioMo)2 + Mt]1/2 Where: Sc = 0. Derating Factor Table Shoop = (Pi – Pe)D/2t 841. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 73 . Code Stresses Where: SL = S P + Sx + SB SP = 0. SUS. OCC Longitudinal: |SL| < 0.75ioMo)2 + Mt2]1/2 MB = (Mi2 + Mo2)1/2 Sc = max [|Shoop-SL |.22 T Temp.8 Ch VIII Hoop Stress: Shoop < F1SyT OPE.

75Sy EXP (Slp + Sb + Fax/Am)(1.72)Sy SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < 0.11 Fully restrained pipe (FAC = 1.0 – FAC) < 0.72Sy EXP CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 74 .9Sy OPE (Slp + Sb + Fax/Am)(1.75iMa / Z < Sy OPE Slp + Sb < 0.0): FAC|EdT – Shoop| + Shoop < 0. Code Stresses B31.0): Only applies to OPE case if in axial compression |Slp + Fax/Am| + Sb + Shoop < 0.9 Sy OPE Buried w/ soil restraints (FAC = 0.9Sy OPE Fully above ground (FAC = 0.88Sy OCC GPTC Slp + 0.75SyFt SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < 0.0 – FAC) < 0.75(.001) Only applies to OPE case if in axial compression Fax/Am – Shoop + Sb + Shoop < 0.

75iMA / Z + 0. Sl = PDo/4t + 0. CAESAR II does not recommend occasional load cases. Code Stresses International Code Stresses The international code-based stress equations and load case labels used by CAESAR II for actual and allowable stresses are shown below. The load case recommendations made by CAESAR II are usually sufficient for code compliance. Occasional loads are unknown in origin and you must specify them.75iMa / Z <f SUS iMC / Z < fe EXP Slp + 0.75i(Ma + Mb) / Z < 1.25Sh]Eh/Ec PDo/4t + 0. CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 75 .25Sc + EXP 0.75iMB / Z < kSh OCC Click Configure or Tools > Configure/Setup to select the method.75iMA / Z < Sh SUS iMC / Z < f[1.25(Sl + Sh) – Sl EXP Slp + Fax/Am + iMA / Z + iMB / Z < kSh OCC Sb = {[(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2} / Z Alternate Method: Config switch set to TRUE.2f OCC CODETI Sl = Slp + Fax/Am + Sb < Sh SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < f[1. Stoomwezen Slp + 0.

4) Sh = PDo/2tcor hoop stress Where: P = design pressure Do = outside diameter of pipe tcor = corroded pipe wall thickness SL = Sh .0): |Slp+Fax/Am|+SB+Sh < ST OPE Where: Slp = PDi2/(Do2 – Di2) longitudinal pressure stress Fax = axial force CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 76 .SL < 0.9ST OPE This only applies if SL is negative (compression) Where: S = specified minimum yield strength T = temperature factor (Table 4.001): Sh – SL + SB < ST OPE Where: SB = iMb/Z bending stress Where: i = stress intensification factor Mb = resultant bending moment Z = (/64)(Do4-Di4)/0.EC(T2-T1) longitudinal stress Where: = Poisson’s ratio EC = elastic modulus at ambient temperature  = thermal expansion coefficient T2-T1 = temperature range between cold and hot conditions Buried pipe with soil restraints modeled (FAC = 0.5Do section modulus Di = inside pipe diameter (nominal) Fully above ground (FAC = 0.0): Sh . Code Stresses Canadian Z662 Fully restrained pipe (FAC = 1.

SUS. Where: Seq = Equivalent Stress (commonly referred to as Von Mises stress) h = hoop stress. OCC Seq = (h2 + Sl2 .800) L = location factor (Table 4. but the hoop stress used in the separate code stress comparison is based on minimum wall thickness. The hoop stress used in the equivalent stress equation is based on nominal pipe wall thickness.1. SUS.1. Column B) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 77 . Column A) FB = design factor (Table 11. CAESAR II reports the largest of the above two stresses OCC only.hSl + 32)1/2 < SyFBT OPE.2) Canadian Z662 Ch 11 h = (Pi – Pe)Do/2tmin < SyFAT OPE.72ST EXP Where: St = Mt/2Z torsion stress Where: Mt is the torsion moment 0. Code Stresses Am = metal cross-sectional area SE = (SB2 + 4St2)1/2 < 0. Pi = internal pressure Pe = external hydrostatic pressure Do = outside pipe diameter tmin = minimum pipe wall thickness accounting for corrosion allowance and manufacturing tolerances Sy = specified minimum yield strength FA = design factor (Table 11.5Sh + Sb < SFLT OCC Where: Sb = bending stress due to sustained and occasional loading combined F = design factor (0.

Where: Di = inside diameter of the pipe (not corroded) Fax = axial force due to all operating loads Am = metal cross sectional area b = SIF(Mb/Z) bending stress Where: SIF = stress intensification factor Mb = resultant bending moment Z = (/64)(Do4 – Di4)/Ro pipe section modulus  = Mt/2Z torsion stress Where: Mt = torsion moment Norwegian SI = PDi2/Eff(Do2 – Di2) + 0.2Sh OCC Where: Sr = min(1.25R2) steel CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 78 . FrRs – F2) or The latter applies to temps > 370 C.4) Sl = ax ± b longitudinal stress Both resultant Sl values must be considered in the equivalent stress formula and the largest resultant equivalent stress used.Pe)Di2 / (Do2 – Di2) ± Fax / Am axial stress The software subtracts the Fax / Am term if the evaluation is being done on the From node and adds the term if the evaluation is being performed on the To node.75i(Ma + Mb) / Z < 1.25R1 + 0. 425 C for Austenitic stainless Fr(1. Retain the sign of the term prior to adding or subtracting it.25Sh. Code Stresses T = temperature factor (Table 4.Sl EXP PmaxDi2/(Eff(Do2 – Di2) + 0.25Sc + .75Ma/Z < Sh SUS iMC / Z < Sh + Sr . Where: ax = (Pi .

25(Sc + Sh) – Sl] EXP Slp + 0. Code Stresses Fr = Cyclic Reduction Factor Rs = Permissible stress for 7000 cycles R1 = Min(Sc. 0. 0.75iMA / Z + 0.25Sh OPE Where: Sx = PDm / 4t + [(ixiMi)2 + (ixoMo)2]1/2 / Z Ss = Sx – Fx / A If Fx / A > PDm / 4t.75iMB / Z < kSh OCC BS 7159 If Sx is tensile: (Sx2 + 4Ss2)1/2 < Sh OPE (S2+ 4Ss2)1/2 < EffSh OPE If Sx is compressive: < EffSh OPE |S x| < 1.267Rm) R2 = Min(Sh. and it is compressive: S= MPDm / 2t For Straight Pipe S = MPDm / 2t + [(iiMi)2 +(ioMo)2]1/2 / Z For Bends S= MPDm / 2t + [(ixiMi)2 + (i xo Mo)2]1/2 / Z For Tees Dm and t are always for the run pipe Eff = E/ Exff CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 79 .75iMA / Z < Sh SUS iMC / Z < f[1.367Rm) Rm = Ultimate tensile strength at room temp FDBR Sl = Slp + 0.

OCC Longitudinal Stress: SL < nSMYS OPE.85 f2 = System factor of safety. Code Stresses UKOOA ab(f2/r) + PD m / 4t < f1f2LTHS / 2.0 OPE Where: ab = Axial Bending Stress due to mechanical loads f1 = Factor of Safety for 97. SL = Max. Longitudinal Stress n = Equiv. OCC Where: Sh = (Pi – Pe)(D-t)/2t ns = Hoop Stress Usage Factor (Tables C1 and C2) nu = Hoop Stress Bursting Factor (Tables C1 and C2) SMYS = Specified Minimum Yield Stress at Operating Temp. usually 0. OCC Hoop Stress: Sh < nuSMTS OPE. OCC Equivalent Stress: Se < nSMYS OPE. Stress Usage Factor (Table C4) Se = [Sh2 + SL2 – ShSL + 3t2]1/2 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 80 . SUS. SUS. SUS.67 r = a(0:1) / a(2:1) a(0:1) = Long-term Axial Tensile Strength in absence of pressure load a(2:1) = Long-term Axial Strength under only pressure loading LTHS = Long-term Hydrostatic Strength (hoop stress allowable) Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Hoop Stress: Sh < nsSMYS OPE. SUS.5% confidence limit. usually 0. SMTS = Specified Minimum Tensile Strength at Operating Temp.

6S uo. 0. 0.6Su.75iMB/Z < kfn OCC Alternate Option: SbA = [(iiMi)2+(ioMo)2]1/2 / Z Due to Primary Loads Sl = Pcdo/4en + SbA < kfn SUS [Sb2 + 4St2]1/2 +Sl < fn + fh EXP SbB = [(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2 / Z Due to Occasional Loads Pcdo/4en + SbA + SbB < kfn OCC HPGSL Sl = Slp +Fax/Am + Sb < Sh SUS [Sb2 + 4St2]1/2 < f[1. 0. 25(Sc + Sh) – Sl] EXP Fax/Am + Sb + Slp < kSh OCC Sb = [(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2 / Z S1 = [(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2 / Z + |Fax/A m| <S K1P Se = 2[(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2 + (Mt)2]1/2 / Z < 2 Sy K1S Where: S = Minimum value of 0.75iMA/Z + 0.9Syo and 0.2% endurance strength at room temperature CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 81 .6S uo.75iMA/Z + iMc/Z < fn+fa EXP Pcdo/4en + 0. Code Stresses EN-13480 Pcdo/4en + 0.9Syo and Sy if material is austenite type = Minimum value of 0.6Su.75iMA/Z < kfn SUS Pcdo/4en + 0. 0.9Sy if material is aluminum type = Minimum value of 0.2% endurance strength at the design temperature Syo = Minimum yield point or 0.6S u and 0.9Sy if material is other type Suo = Minimum tensile strength at room temperature Sy = Yield point or 0.

2% endurance strength at the design temperature Syo = Minimum yield point or 0. SUS.9Sy if material is other type Suo = Minimum tensile strength at room temperature Sy = Yield point or 0. 0.6S uo.6Su.6S u and 0.6Su. SUS.Di2) Se = [Sh2 + SL2 – ShSL + 3St2]1/2 St = MT /2Z + 2Fs/A MT = Torsional moment Fs = Shear force Unrestrained: SL = Slp +iM/Z CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 82 .25(Sc + Sh) – EXP S l] Fax/Am + Sb + Slp < kSh OCC S1 = [(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2]1/2 / Z + |Fax/A m| <S K1P Se = 2[(iiMi)2 + (ioMo)2 + (Mt)2]1/2 / Z < 2 Sy K1S Where: S = Minimum value of 0.2% endurance strength at room temperature PD8010 Part 1 Hoop Stress: Sh < eSy OPE.9Sy OPE. 0.6S uo. OCC Equivalent Stress: Se < 0.9Syo and Sy if material is austenite type = Minimum value of 0. OCC Where: Sy = Specified min yield strength e = Weld joint factor Sh = P(Do2 + Di2)/(Do2 . 0. 0.9Sy if material is aluminum type = Minimum value of 0.9Syo and 0. Code Stresses JPI Sl = Slp + Fax/Am +Sb < Sh SUS (Sb2 + 4St2)1/2 < f[1.

SUS. CAESAR II evaluates these stresses for stress types OPE.75i(Ma+Mb)/Z < 1. fde = Equivalent stress design factor per Table 2.001 (Buried w/soil restraints): SL = Fax/Am +Sh(1-) + Sb PD8010 Part 2 Hoop Stress: Sh < fdhSy OPE.sum  f2A1A2A3hl(2. SUS.2Sh OCC ISO 14692 ISO 14692 requires that the sum of all hoop stresses (h.25(Sc+Sh) – Sl] EXP Slpmax + 0. sum) be evaluated for all states of the piping system. sum) and the sum of all axial stresses (a. OCC Equivalent Stress: Se < fdeSy OPE. Pipe: Fully Measured Envelope: (hl(1.EdT FAC = 0.1) and al(1. If the hoop stress is exceeded. the axial stress is not reported. OCC Where: fdh = Hoop stress design factor per Table 2. and OCC. SUS.1) input) If: h. Code Stresses Restrained: FAC = 1.75iMa/Z < Sh SUS iMC/Z < f[1.0 (fully restrained): SL = Sh .1) CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 83 . Sh = (Pe-Pi)(Do2 + Di2)/(Do2-Di2) Se = [Sh2 + SL2 – ShSL + 3St2]1/2 St = Mt/2Z + iM/Z SL = Slp + iM/Z RCC-M C&D Slp + 0.

sum  f2A1A2A3hl(1.sum  f2A1A2A3hl(2.sum/hl(2.sum  f2A1A2A3al(0.1)+{[al(2.sum  f2A1A2A3hl(1.1) then use: a.1)] (h.1) and a.sum ) If: h.1))/hl(1.1)-hl(1.1)]}[h.sum–f2A1A2A3hl(1.1) – al(1.sum  f2A1A2A3rqs / 2 Tees: Rectangular Envelope (r = 1): h.sum  f2A1A2A3rqs / 2 + (1-r)h.1) and al(1.1) then use: a.1)] Simplified Envelope: (hl(1.1) + [al(2.sum  f2A1A2A3qs / 2 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 84 .sum  f2A1A2A3qs and a.1) + [(al(1.sum / 2 Joints and Bends: Rectangular Envelope (r  1): h.1)]/[hl(2.1) – al(0.sum  f2A1A2A3qs and a.sum  f2A1A2A3qs and a.1)]h.sum  f2A1A2A3al(0. Code Stresses and if: h.sum  f2A1A2A3al(1.1) Joints and Bends: Simplified Envelope (r  1): h.1) – al(0.1) not input) h.

CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 85 .com. Code Stresses Where: f2 = Part Factor for Loading (default values listed from Table 3) 0.1) = Long-Term Axial Strength at 1:1 Stress Ratio hl(1.67 for Sustained Loads Excluding Thermal Loads A1 = Partial Factor for Temperature A2 = Partial Factor for Chemical Resistance A3 = Partial Factor for Cyclic Service qs = Qualified Stress (entered for bends.1) = Long-Term Axial Strength at 0:1 Stress Ratio al(1.89 for Occasional Short-Term Loads 0. The benchmark test compares analysis results to published data by ASME and the NRC.1) = Long-Term Axial Strength at 2:1 Stress Ratio hl(2. contact the sales department at sales.icas@intergraph. and instructions for implementing QA procedures on your own hardware. and joints) al(0.sum = Sum of All Hoop Stresses [h2 + 42]1/2 ap = Axial Pressure Stress ab = Axial Bending Stress  Torsion Stress h = Hoop Stress CAESAR II Verification and Validation Guide The CAESAR II Verification and Validation Guide is a publicly available verification document.83 for Sustained Loads Including Thermal Loads 0.1)/qs (for simplified and rectangular envelopes) a.1) = Long-Term Hoop Strength at 1:1 Stress Ratio al(2. a series of benchmark tests. This manual briefly discusses current industry QA standards. For additional information on the manual. the Intergraph CAS QA standard. Additional tests compare CAESAR II results to other industry programs.sum = Sum of All Axial Stresses {(ap + ab)2 + 42}1/2 h. fittings.1) = Long-Term Hoop Strength at 2:1 Stress Ratio r= Bi-Axial Stress Ratio 2al(0.

INI Guide • 85 Instructions • 20 Check Out a License • 36 Node Locations on Bends • 65 Code Stresses • 67 Nomenclature • 67 Computational Control • 52 Notes on Network ESLs • 20 Configuration Options • 51 O D Overview • 13 Database Definitions • 53 P E Piping Codes • 48 Equipment Codes • 49 Purchasing Licenses FAQ • 23 ESL Installation • 19 External Interfaces • 47 Q Quick Installation Workflow • 22 F Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • 23 R FRP Properties • 54 Restraints • 63 G S General Topics FAQ • 24 Geometry Directives • 54 Seminars • 14 Graphic Settings • 55 SIFs and STRESSES • 60 SmartPlant License Manager Installation • 22 I Software and Hardware Requirements • 13 Install a local lock • 19 Install a network lock • 19 T Install CAESAR II • 39 Install in Silent Mode • 43 Technical Information • 47 Install SmartPlant License Checkout Utility • Troubleshoot Installation • 45 34 Troubleshooting Network Locks • 22 Installation • 37 International Code Stresses • 75 U Intersection Types • 64 US Code Stresses • 69 Using the SmartPlant License Checkout L Utility • 34 License Checkout Utility Dialog Box • 35 Licensing • 18 W List of Materials • 62 What's New in CAESAR II • 7 Wind and Seismic Codes • 50 CAESAR II Quick Reference Guide 86 .Index A M Additional Intergraph CAS Software • 14 Miscellaneous Options • 60 C N CAESAR II Verification and Validation NetHASP License Manager / NETHASP.