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Intergraph PV Elite Productivity Training

"Excellent seminar for plant pressure vessel engineers, as well as design engineers."
Jimmy James, Murphy Oil
Intergraph PV Elite Productivity Training is one of the few pressure vessel and exchanger design and analysis courses combining technical knowledge with practical training. Attendees will learn not only how to use PV Elite and CodeCalc more effectively but also learn how to become better engineers.

Who Should Attend?
Whether you are an engineer or designer involved in the initial design, the fabrication or the re-rating of either horizontal or vertical pressure vessels, tall towers or heat exchangers – this course is for you.

Modern Facilities
Attendees will receive training from Intergraph at their state of the art training facility. Each person will has access to their own computer loaded with the latest versions of Intergraph PV Elite and Intergraph CodeCalc software.

Benefits of Attending
During this course you will work on case studies developed from helping 1000’s of users solve real world problems. This insight will ensure that the benefits of attending extend far beyond the three days. This course will expose attendees to design and analysis situations that normally would only be encountered over many years of experience.

Learning from the Best
The instructors of Intergraph Productivity Training courses are knowledgeable engineers that bring their extensive experience into each and every session. These instructors will give you valuable insight into, not only what makes certain methods of design best practices, but also why and how code rules affect design.

Professional Development Hours (PDH)
As an added benefit attendees will receive 21 PDHs for those that successful complete this course.

Statics Subjects Covered

  •  Design for internal and external pressure.
  •  Analysis of stresses due to loads on nozzles, clips etc.
  •  Flange design and analysis.
  •  Nozzle design and analysis.
  •  Exchanger design, including ASME (UHK) requirement
  •  Vertical vessel skirt, base ring and leg and support lug design
  •  Horizontal vessel saddles support design
  •  Wind and seismic loads
  •  Rigging analysis
  •  Introduction to Fitness for Service
  •  ...and much more

If you are ready, not only to be a skilled user of PV Elite and CodeCalc but to become a better engineer, then register today. Although the course last for only three days you will draw on the experience for a lifetime.

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