- 13th September 2022 - 13th September 2120
- 2nd November 2022
9:35 pm - 10:35 pm
ASME first issued a Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (BPVC) almost 100 years ago to support safety requirements and encourage technology development. Today, ASME VIII is the most used code for designing pressure vessels, with 3 Divisions covering specific applications and approaches. Furthermore, ASME VIII is also frequently applied by engineers when assessing a wide range of other structures.
Within ASME VIII, two complementary techniques for assessment are specified:
- Design by Rules
- Design by Analysis (DBA)
Why Apply Design by Analysis within ASME VIII Div. 2?
There are a number of reasons why Design by Rules may not be sufficient when designing and assessing structures.
- Comprehensive fatigue calculations are necessary
- The geometry is ‘non-standard’
- The design includes features that may cause stress concentrations
- The structure is subject to a variety of loadings in addition to pressure
This independent, software-neutral course will give you a concise and practical introduction to the scope and purpose of ASME VIII Div. 2: Design by Analysis rules and how to meet their requirements using Finite Element Analysis (FEA).
Who Should Attend?
Fluids Engineers, Combustion Engineers, Thermal Engineers and Aerodynamics Engineers.
A background (or basic understanding) of fluid mechanics is recommended for any attendees on this course.
The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.
£395, including lunch and refreshments.
13 September 2022
2 November 2022
Online Training Option
An online course is also available as an alternative to classroom-based tuition.
Registration / Further Information
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Course Topics Include:
The course will focus on protection against Plastic Collapse, including:
- Elastic Stress Analysis Method
- Limit Load Analysis Method
- Elastic Plastic Stress Analysis Method
An overview will also be provided for:
- Linear and Nonlinear Buckling
- Screening for Fatigue
- Ratcheting & Shakedown
In addition to presentations, this practical course will include standard workshops and examples using ANSYS Mechanical FEA software. However, no prior experience in ANSYS is required.