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COMPRESS, Shopfloor and INSPECT 2019


COMPRESS, Shopfloor and INSPECT 2019
Codeware Interface, COMPRESS, INSPECT, Shopfloor


COMPRESS, Shopfloor and INSPECT 2019

December 13, 2018 - We are pleased to announce that updates to our software suite are now
available. Exciting new capabilities for 2019 include: COMPRESS - Pressure Vessel Design
Air-cooled heat exchangers per Appendix 13 & API 661 ASME PCC-1 flange assembly
bolt stress A productivity enhancing [...]

What’s New in COMPRESS 2019


What’s New in COMPRESS 2019
COMPRESS, COMPRESS Videos


What’s New in COMPRESS 2019

New features in COMPRESS 2019 Build 7900 include: Air-cooled heat exchanger design
per API 661 \ Appendix 13 ASME PCC-1, Appendix O flange assembly bolt stress
calculations A productivity enhancing vessel Quick Design option To see how Codeware's
suite of products can benefit your organization we invite [...]

COMPRESS & UCS-66


COMPRESS & UCS-66
COMPRESS


COMPRESS & UCS-66

The impact test exemption rules of UCS-66 are some of the most important and yet most
misunderstood provisions of the ASME Code. Because of its importance in determining safe
vessel operation, MDMT is one of just a few critical parameters stamped onto vessel
nameplates. To address these complex rules COMPRESS automatically: [...]

The Case for ASME Division 2 Class 1


The Case for ASME Division 2 Class 1
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The Case for ASME Division 2 Class 1

Welcome to the second installment of our 2 part series on the advantages of using Division 2
Class 1. In our last Division 2 Class 1 post, we did a brief comparison of Class 1 and Division
1. In this video, we use a real world vessel example to illustrate the savings possible with [...]

ASME VIII-2 (Division 2) Class 1 Vessels


ASME VIII-2 (Division 2) Class 1 Vessels
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ASME VIII-2 (Division 2) Class 1 Vessels


New in ASME VIII-2: Class 1 Vessels The recently introduced ASME VIII-2 Class 1
designation provides a way to specify and build vessels that are more economical than those
produced using traditional Division 1 rules. Advantages of Class 1 over Division 1 include:
Modern, more accurate design equations [...]

ASME Code Case 2901 – External Loads on Flanges


ASME Code Case 2901 – External Loads on Flanges
COMPRESS, COMPRESS Videos


ASME Code Case 2901 – External Loads on Flanges

External Flange Loads and ASME Code Case 2901 Do you need a way to combine pressure
and external loads when designing pressure vessel flanges? ASME Code Case 2901 provides
a new method to help solve this problem. Applying this recent Code Case helps you to: Meet
updated client specifications that call for [...]

COMPRESS 2018 Build 7820 Is Here!


COMPRESS 2018 Build 7820 Is Here!
COMPRESS



COMPRESS 2018 Build 7820 Is Here!

Save time and money with COMPRESS COMPRESS time and money saving features now
include: ASME® Code Case 2901 for better flange pressure ratings Stand alone tube bundles
to reduce data entry Built-in B16.20/16.21 standard gasket dimensions If you need to renew
your COMPRESS support or want to explore [...]

COMPRESS, Productivity and the Other Guys


COMPRESS, Productivity and the Other Guys
COMPRESS


COMPRESS, Productivity and the Other Guys

Let's face it - software packages like COMPRESS exist to increase productivity and save
valuable Engineering hours. There are many complex items involved when selecting a
pressure vessel design software so the purpose here is to break it down into a more
manageable task. In our estimation, there are two general [...]

Codeware Interface – The Pressure Vessel Solid Modeling Platform


Codeware Interface – The Pressure Vessel Solid Modeling Platform
Codeware Interface, COMPRESS

Codeware Interface – The Pressure Vessel Solid


Modeling Platform

A pillar of Codeware’s success has been providing our clients with what they need to
succeed. For years, we have asked our clients “where are the bottlenecks in your company”.
What we learned is that as companies began running leaner, fabrication was unable to keep
pace with the rate of design [...]