Simulation For Piping Flow And Structures

Aug. 23, 2007
PipePak V10 for piping design and analysis features bidirectional associativity between its spreadsheet and graphical display window.

PipePak V10 for piping design and analysis features bidirectional associativity between its spreadsheet and graphical display window. For example, make a change in the spreadsheet and the display immediately updates. The software makes it easy to define piping systems and perform structural analysis in compliance with industry-standard piping codes. V10 imports piping models and DXF file geometry from the developer's single-user interface, Fempro. V10 sports local zoom which provides a magnified view of parts of the model. It also let users select and divide pipe segments (by number of divisions or a specified length) and includes improved support for units when importing Caesar II models.

Algor Inc., 150 Beta Dr., Pittsburgh, PA 15238, (412) 967-2700, algor.com

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