Date & Time: Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 10:00 AM CDT (convert to your time)
Duration: 1 hour
The EN-1591 flange standard has grown in popularity for the economic benefits it can provide when assessing flanges and flange assemblies in piping projects. Join us on Thursday, September 12, to see how this sophisticated flange analysis method has been implemented in CAESAR II 2019, and experience the user-friendly features that automate the detailed input required for this standard.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The major benefits of using EN-1591 versus the Taylor Forge method
- The implementation of the EN-1591 standard in CAESAR II 2019
- How to design and analyze standard and non-standard flange assemblies considering external loading and thermal expansion
- How to determine flange rotation, deflection, and calculate bolting torque
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Chris Bradshaw, Business Development CADWorx & Analysis Solutions EMIA
Chris Bradshaw is a Business Development Specialist for CADWorx & Analysis solutions in Europe and is responsible for the development of existing accounts and for generating new business. He has worked with CADWorx, and the analysis solutions CAESAR II and PV Elite since 2004 and was previously an Application Engineer responsible for providing pre- and post-sales technical support, customization, implementation services, and product training, helping clients get the best out of the entire CADWorx suite.
Richard Ay, P.E., Vice President, Analysis Solutions
Richard Ay is a registered professional engineer who serves as the vice president for analysis products at Hexagon. In 1985, at the request of Tony Paulin, one of the founders of COADE, Ay joined the company, which later became part of Intergraph. He has worked on the development of CAESAR II, TANK, product licensing, QA, technical support procedures, and technical presentations. Ay has previous experience at a major EPC firm and an offshore consulting firm. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Ocean Engineering and a master’s degree in Civil Engineering. Ay is a member of ASCE and ASME.