February 11, 2021

Webinar on Dynamic analysis (Recorded) using PASS/START-PROF 4.85

By Alex Matveev

Pipe stress analysis has never been as easy as with PASS/START-PROF software! There are no obscure options, settings, and questions. Just draw the piping system and run the analysis. Smart algorithms will do the rest of the job for you! Using PASS/START-PROF, new employees will learn and perform stress analysis in days rather than months. PASS/START-PROF combines a highly efficient solver, powerful analysis features, a user-friendly GUI, an intuitive 3D graphical pre/post-processor, and a detailed help system with embedded intelligence from generations of piping design experts.

PASS Team invited you to join their webinar held on 25th February 2021 that was dedicated to the new version of PASS/START-PROF, a smart and easy solution for piping stress analysis and dynamic analysis capabilities.

PASS/START-PROF Webinar on Dynamic Analysis
PASS/START-PROF Webinar on Dynamic Analysis

Who is recommended to access the webinar recording?

Any piping, process, mechanical engineer, or designer who is looking for powerful and cost-effective software for piping stress analysis is welcome to view this webinar recording.

Agenda of the Webinar:

During the webinar, we will cover new features of PASS/START-PROF 4.85, including the following:

  1. New pipe stress analysis features in PASS/START-PROF 4.85
  2. Dynamic analysis: normal modes and natural frequencies analysis (mass distribution, animation of mode shapes). Click here to know more about the basics of dynamic analysis
  3. Modeling of Snubbers
  4. New ASME B31.1-2020 implementation
  5. Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipeline Analysis per ASME B31G
  6. Ball Joint modeling and ball joint database
  7. Pipes, Tees, Bends and Reducers Database according to the EN codes: EN 10216, 10217, 10253
  8. PASS/START-PROF COM-Interface
  9. New integration options: import of piping models from Excel and AutoCAD

Recording of the Webinar

The 1.5-hour long webinar was conducted on 25th February 2021. The recording of the webinar is provided below for reference:

Dynamic Analysis Webinar Recording