CAESAR II 5.

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See the Next Generation, shipping early November 2005.

What’s New?
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New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more

What’s New?
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• • • •

New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more

list Design-your-own spreadsheet with “tearables” Graphic editing Walk-through Interactive error checking .New Input Interface • • • • • • New “look” Integrated graphics. spreadsheet.

xx Interface .CAESAR II 4.

00 Interface – New “look” – Integrated graphics.CAESAR II 5. list . spreadsheet.

00 Interface .CAESAR II 5.

Clicking will scroll the input into the frame. giving more space for the plot.CAESAR II 5. but leftclicking and dragging will alter the order.00 Interface Toolbar customization drop-down Thumbtack for input pane. Order change is not persistent) . Tear Away Indicator (double-click anywhere in the box to activate) Input pane caption bar. Doubleclicking will float the pane for “CAESAR II Classic Mode” Aux Screen Selector (Not tearable.

next. previous. last …toggle these for each selected item(use the Selection Operator or rightclick on something on the plot Perform the “List/Block” operations Duplicate last element .CAESAR II 5.00 Interface These buttons… Navigation buttons – First.

00 Interface Drop down arrow allows selective opening or closing of individual lists Individual lists may be opened.CAESAR II 5. . closed. or undocked in their own windows.

00 Interface – Design-your-own spreadsheet with “tearables” .CAESAR II 5.

containing only key data.00 Interface “Mini-spreadsheet”. – Design-your-own spreadsheet with “tearables” .CAESAR II 5.

00 Interface – Graphic editing .CAESAR II 5.

00 Interface Select element and choose operation… – Graphic editing .CAESAR II 5.

CAESAR II 5.00 Interface – Graphic editing .

00 Interface – Graphic editing .CAESAR II 5.

CAESAR II 5.00 Interface – Graphic editing .

CAESAR II 5.00 Interface Add restraints (or any other auxiliaries). – Graphic editing .

00 Interface – Graphic editing .CAESAR II 5.

00 Interface – Walk-through .CAESAR II 5.

CAESAR II 5.00 Interface – Interactive error checking .

Clicking on a column header will sort based on the data in that column.Activate Error Checker Closes Error Check output (re-running will re-open) CAESAR II 5. Warnings are green and Notes are blue.00 Interface Summary from Error Check (only updates when error checking is complete) Output from Error Check (selecting each line with a node number will highlight that element on the plot and switch the piping input screen (or floating parts) to the appropriate page). Errors are displayed in red.) – Interactive error checking Input/Error selector (holding left button and dragging will detach windows) .

00 Interface – Interactive error checking .CAESAR II 5.

• …and more: – Duplicate Current Element command – Additional isometric views – Save graphics as JPG. HTML – Access to Configuration and Load Case Builder – Selective opening and closing of Lists – Complete customization of Toolbars – Fewer “scratch” files CAESAR II 5.00 Interface . BMP. TIF.

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

New Technology • • • Hot Elastic Modulus Consistent Mass Model Improved Specification of Expansion Cycles .

Hot Elastic Modulus .

Hot Elastic Modulus Enter up to 9 different temperature dependent moduli .

Hot Elastic Modulus .

Hot Elastic Modulus Assign Moduli to individual load cases in the Load Case Options .

001 kg/cm3.XX only supports Lumped Mass Model Freq = 0.0754 – (219.075 mm Thk = 8.075 – 2.56 * √[2. Fluid = 0. Ins = 0. E = 2.4157 Hz (1st mode) (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) .0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.095838 Kg/mm Freqn = 0.0339E8 * 3.0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.00783 kg/cm3.56 √ (EI/mL4) Diam = 219.1788)4) = 3.Consistent Mass Model • CAESAR II 4.0*8.01723E7 / (0.01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0.095838 * 100004)] = 1.

XX only supports Lumped Mass Freq = 0.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.095838 * 100004)] = (1st mode) (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) Theoretical frequency of first mode .0754 – (219.0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.1788)4) = 3. Ins = 0.095838 Kg/mm Freqn = 0.0339E8 * 3.075 – 2.00783 kg/cm3. Fluid = 0.01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0. E = 2.01723E7 / (0.001 kg/cm3.56 * √[2.0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.075 mm Thk = 8.56 √ (EI/mL4) Model Note this is only a single 1.Consistent Mass Model • • CAESAR II 4.4157 Hz element model Diam = 219.0*8.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.

56 * √[2. E = 2.4157 Hz (1st mode) (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) .075 – 2.0*8.Consistent Mass Model • • CAESAR II 4.56 √ (EI/mL4) Diam = 219.0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.XX only supports Lumped Mass Model Note this is only a single element model = Freq = 0.001 kg/cm3.0754 – (219.01723E7 / (0.095838 * 100004)] 1.095838 Kg/mm Freqn = 0. Fluid = 0.01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0.00783 kg/cm3.1788)4) = 3.075 mm Thk = 8. Ins = 0.0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.0339E8 * 3.

56 * √[2.095838 * 100004)] Lumped mass model has more than 30% error 1.00783 kg/cm3.075 mm Thk = 8.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.1788)4) = 3. Fluid = 0.0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.0754 – (219.01723E7 / (0.0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.XX only supports Lumped Mass Model Note this is only a single element model = Freq = 0.Consistent Mass Model • • CAESAR II 4.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.56 √ (EI/mL4) Diam = 219. Ins = 0.001 kg/cm3.0339E8 * 3.0*8.01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0.075 – 2.4157 Hz (1st mode) (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) . E = 2.095838 Kg/mm Freqn = 0.

01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0.01723E7 / (0. E = 2.Consistent Mass Model • • CAESAR II 5.56 * √[2.0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.0*8.4157 Hz model Diam = 219.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.001 kg/cm3.075 mm Thk = 8.0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.00 also supports Consistent Freq = 0.0754 – (219.095838 * 100004)] = (1st mode) (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) . Fluid = 0.0339E8 * 3.095838 Kg/mm Freqn = 0.1788)4) = 3. Ins = 0.00783 kg/cm3.075 – 2.56 √ (EI/mL4) Mass Model Note this is only a single element 1.

Fluid = 0. E = 2.0*8.4157 Hz (1st mode) (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) .0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0.095838 * 100004)] 1.0754 – (219.56 √ (EI/mL4) Diam = 219.001 kg/cm3.Consistent Mass Model • • CAESAR II 5.0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.1788)4) = 3.01723E7 / (0.00 also supports Consistent Mass Model Note this is only a single element model = Freq = 0.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.56 * √[2.00783 kg/cm3.095838 Kg/mm Freqn = 0.0339E8 * 3.075 – 2. Ins = 0.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.075 mm Thk = 8.

0005 kg/cm3 m = 0.01723E7 / (0.Consistent Mass Model • • CAESAR II 5. Fluid = 0.1788)4) = 3. E = 2.5% error (neglecting contribution of shear deflection) .0339E8 kg-mm/sec2 I = ( π/64) * [(219.01723E7 mm4 Pipe = 0. Ins = 0.075 – 2.56 * √[2.001 kg/cm3.56 √ (EI/mL4) Diam = 219.0339E5 N/mm2 = 2.095838 * 100004)] 1.075 mm Thk = 8.4157 Hz (1st mode) than 0.095838 Kg/mm Consistent mass model has less Freqn = 0.0339E8 * 3.00783 kg/cm3.00 also supports Consistent Mass Model Note this is only a single element model = Freq = 0.1788 mm Ins = 50 mm Length = 10000 mm.0754 – (219.0*8.

Specification of Expansion Cycles

Remove ambiguity by specifying the number of expansion cycles associated with each load case

Specification of Expansion Cycles

Remove ambiguity by specifying the number of expansion cycles associated with each load case

CAESAR II doesn’t have to “guess” which Cyclic Reduction Factor to Use

What’s New?
• •


• • • •

New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

Custom Report Templates • Design your own custom report types .

colors… .Custom Report Templates • See your report… Design your own custom report types …as you build it: data. column widths. fonts.

Build a “Book” or Reports • Set up output prior to printing .

Build a “Book” or Reports • Set up output prior to printing Select a report…and then add it to the list .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

Automatic Generation of Stress Isometrics • Isos developed using “de-facto standard” Isogen .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

Piping Code Changes – New codes – EN-13480. Z662 Ch 11 . GPTC/192.

3. B31.8 .Piping Code Changes – MAJOR revisions – B31.

5.1.Piping Code Changes – “Minor” revisions – B31. ASME NC. TBK 5-6.11. ASME ND. API-610 . B31. B31. CODETI.

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

New Databases • Spring hangers – Binder – PiHASA – Grinnell -> Anvil • FRP/GRE – Ameron Bondstrand – Conley – Smith • Structural steel – Japanese – Indian .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

What’s New? • • • • • • • New Interface for Input New Technology New Reporting Capabilities Built-in Stress Isometrics New and Revised Codes New Databases New ESL…and more .

Technology Changes Dictate New ESLs – Transition to be “as smooth as possible” – Will require USB port .

CAESAR II Version 5.00 Extending your abilities … .

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