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The purpose and effects of the various Dynamic Control Parameters are detailed. Both common and advanced modeling techniques are covered. Chapter 7 see "Miscellaneous Processors" on page 1 provides information regarding a few miscellaneous auxiliary processors.
While our documentation is intended to address the questions raised regarding piping analysis, system modeling, and results interpretation, not all the answers can be quickly found in these volumes. CAESAR II support is available by telephone, e-mail, fax, and the internet; literally hundreds of support calls are answered every week. COADE provides this service at no additional charge to the user. It is expected, however, that questions focus on the current version of the program.
COADE schedules regular training classes in Houston and provides in-house and open attendance training around the world. If this file is not found in the current data directory, the installation directory is searched for the configuration file. The configuration or setup file contains directives that dictate how CAESAR II will operate on a particular computer and how it will perform a particular analysis. The caesar. The configuration program produces the Computation Control on page 3 window.
Use the tabs to navigate to the appropriate configuration spreadsheets. Important: The caesar. Do not expect the same input file to produce identical results between machines unless the setup files are identical. It is advised that a copy of the setup file be archived with input and output data so that identical reruns can be made. The units file, if modified by the user, would also need to be identical if the same results are to be produced.
They are grouped as they appear when chosen from the tabs on the Configure window. In these cases pressure-stiffening effects will apply to all bends, elbows, and both miter types. In all cases, the pressure used is the maximum of all pressures defined for the element. Bend Axial Shape For bends 45 degrees or smaller, a major contributor to deformation can be the axial displacement of the short-arched pipe.
With the axial shape function disabled this displacement mode is ignored and the bend will be stiffer. For systems subject to large horizontal displacements, values of 5.
Rod Increment degrees The maximum amount of angular change that any one support can experience between iterations. For difficult-to-converge problems, values of 0. When small values are used, however, the user should be prepared for a large number of iterations. The total number of iterations can be estimated from: Est.
The default is 0. This means that any entry in the Temp fields whose absolute magnitude is less than 0. Use of this field provides some interesting modeling tools. If an Alpha Tolerance of 1. This alternate method of specifying cold spring is quite useful in jobs having hanger design with cold spring see chapter 6 see "Technical Discussions" on page 1 for more details regarding Cold Spring.
Ambient Temperature If 0. If this does not accurately represent the installed, or zero expansion strain state, then enter a different value in this field. Friction Stiffness Friction restraint stiffness. This value is used when a friction restraint is "nonsliding. This is the first parameter that should be adjusted to help a slowly converging problem where friction is suspected.
Lower stiffness values permit more "non-sliding" movement, but given the indeterminate nature of the friction problem in general, this error is not considered crucial.
This value normally should not be adjusted. Friction Angle Variation Friction sliding angle variation. The default is 15 degrees. This parameter had more significance in versions prior to 2. This parameter is currently only used in the first iteration when a restraint goes from the non-sliding to sliding state. All subsequent iterations compensate for the angle variation automatically. Coefficient of Friction Mu The value specified here is applied by default as the coefficient of friction to all translational restraints.
Specifying a value of zero, the default, means that no friction is applied. Valid options are: August March March with the 1B and 2B-1 off axis curves default WRC Interpolation Method The curves in WRC Bulletin cover essentially all applications of nozzles in vessels or piping; however, should any of the interpolation parameters i.
The default is to use the last value in the particular WRC table. Alternatively, the user may control this extensions methodology interactively.
This causes the program to prompt the user for curve values when necessary. Incore Numerical Check Enables the in-core solution module to test the stability of the solution for the current model and loadings. This option, if enabled, adds the solution of an extra load case to the job stream. If this ratio is greater than the decomposition singularity tolerance, then a numerical error may occur. This problem does not have to be associated with a system singularity.
The out-ofcore solution will, however, stop with a singularity message. This solution abort will prevent any possibility of an errant solution.
These solutions have several general characteristics: When machine precision errors of this type occur they are very local in nature, affecting only a single element or very small part of the model, and are readily noticeable upon inspection.
The 1E10 limit can be increased to 1E11 or 1E12 and still provide a reasonable check on solution accuracy. The 1E10 limit can be increased to 1E20 or 1E30 to get the job to run, but the user should remember that the possibility for a locally errant solution exists when stiffness ratios are allowed to get this high.
Solutions should be carefully checked. Note: For most piping codes, this value is only used during the "minimum wall thickness" computation. Mill tolerance is usually not considered in the flexibility analysis. By default this value is To eliminate mill tolerance consideration, set this directive to 0. OPTION 2 may apply for bends that are formed or rolled from straight pipe, where the bend cross section will be slightly oval due to the bending process.
For elbows, OPTION 1 should apply for forged and welded fittings where the bend cross section can be considered essentially circular. This option is consistent with hand computation methods of spring hanger design, which ignored the effects of the springs. This iteration scheme therefore considers the effect of the spring hanger stiffness on the thermal growth of the system vertical travel of the spring. If this option is used, it is very important that the hanger load in the cold case in the physical system be adjusted to match the reported hanger Cold Load.
Disabling this option defaults the program to design spring hangers the traditional way. A typical entry is 50,; the default value is 1. Default Translational Restraint Stiffness This directive defines the value used for non-specified translational restraint stiffnesses. By default this value is assumed to be 1. Default Rotational Restraint Stiffness This directive defines the value used for non-specified rotational restraint stiffnesses.
This code will be used as the default if no code is specified in the problem input. The default piping code is B Valid entries are B The default for B If this is too high for the material and temperature specified then a smaller occasional load factor can be input. Chapter 2 Configuration and Environment 11 Yield Stress Criterion The column stress report produced by CAESAR II contains a value representative of the maximum stress state through the cross section, computed per the indicated yield criteria theory.
The selected stress is computed at four points along the axis normal to the plane of bending outside top, inside top, inside bottom, outside bottom , and the maximum value is printed in the stress report. The equations used for each of these yield criteria are listed below.
For B For these three codes, the equations shown in the code are used to determine the yield criterion, not the standard mechanical stress equations shown below. The default is 1. To comply with this interpretation the user would enter 0.
To comply with this interpretation, the user would enter 0. Chapter 2 Configuration and Environment 13 B The default setting for this directive is "NO", which causes the program to use a flexibility characteristic of 3. Selecting this checkbox, allows the program to assume that the fitting geometry meets the requirements of Note 11, introduced in the A01 addendum, and a flexibility characteristic of 4. Prior to Version 4. Allow User's SIF at Bend This feature was added for those users that wished to change the stress intensification factor for bends.
Previously this was not permitted, and the code defined SIF was always used. The default is off. The recommendations made by Rodabaugh in section 5. Users not employing either B When finally published, the official WRC designation was Use Schneider This directive activates the Schneider reduced intersection assumptions.
It was because of observations by Schneider that much of the work on WRC was started. All Cases Corroded A recent version of the B Several users have interpreted this to mean that the reduced section modulus should be used for all stress calculations, including expansion.
This directive allows those users to apply this conservative interpretation of the code. This method is recommended as conservative, and probably more realistic as corrosion can significantly affect fatigue life, i. Deactivating this option causes new jobs to default to not using this allowable. The WRC recommendations result in more conservative stress calculations in some instances and less conservative stress calculations in others. In all cases the WRC values should be more accurate, and more truly in-line with the respective codes intent.
The default is to use the ID of the pipe. Most piping codes consider the effects of pressure in the longitudinal component of the CODE stress.
Usually, the value of the hoop stress has no bearing on the CODE stress, so changing this directive does not affect the acceptability of the piping system.
Some codes permit this simplified form when the pipe wall thickness is thin. The more comprehensive calculation, i. Only the B The B Chapter 2 Configuration and Environment 15 Add Torsion in SL Stress Some piping codes include torsion in the sustained and occasional stresses by explicitly including it in the stress equation i. In a sustained stress analysis of a very hot piping system subject to creep, it is recommended that the user include torsion in the sustained stress calculation via this parameter in the setup file.
Stress Stiffening Due to Pressure This flag instructs the program to include pressure stiffening effects on straight pipes. The options for this flag are: 0 - no stiffening of straight pipes due to pressure 1 - elemental stiffening using Pressure 1 2 - elemental stiffening using Pressure 2 Note, this option modifies the element's stiffness matrix. These rules didnot define a separate branch SIF for the reduced branch end. The branch stress intensification factor will be the same as the header stress intensification factor regardless of the branch-to-header diameter ratio.
The reduced intersection SIF equations in B This is as per WRC The default for a new job is for B ASME Sect. Schneider Activates the Schneider reduced intersection stress intensification factor multiplication. Has the same effect as the Use Schneider option. The appearance of this parameter in the setup file will completely change the modeling of intersections in the analysis. A perfectly rigid junction between the centerline of the header and surface will be formed automatically by CAESAR II using the element offset calculations.
SIFs act at the surface point for the branch. When the reduced branch rules are satisfied, the local flexibility of the header is also inserted at this surface point. All changes to the model are completely transparent to the user. In systems where the intersection flexibility is a major component of the overall system stiffness, the user is urged to run the analysis both with and without the Class 1 Branch Flexibility active to determine the effect this modeling on the analysis.
For more technical discussion, refer to Class 1 Branch Flexibilities on page This error was corrected in the version of B Part of the discussion centers around just what should be considered a reduced fitting.
The CAESAR II default is to assume that welding tees and reinforced fabricated tees are covered by the reduced fitting expressions, even though the reduced fitting expressions do not explicitly cover these intersection types. Users wishing to leave welding tees and reinforced tees out of this definition should enable this directive. Apply B The notes to Appendix E, B This directive controls whether or not this more conservative approach is used. The user can control through the use of this directive whether or not Note 2 is implemented.
The default behavior is to use the two different SIF values and not employ Note 2. Pressure Variation in Expansion Cases This directive controls whether or not any pressure variation between the referenced load cases will appear in the resulting expansion load case. They may be at the same point or they may be hundreds of feet apart. This directive allows the user to insist that each restraint, nozzle, or hanger exists at the same point in space as its connecting node. If this value is set to 0.
If desired, the Z axis can be made vertical by checking this box. In this case, the X and Y axes will be in the horizontal plane. Minimum Allowed Bend Angle Very small angles, short radius bends can cause numerical problems during solution. When the user has a reasonable radius and a small angle there are usually no problems. However, if the small angle bend is grossly small compared to the surrounding elements then the bend should probably not be used and a different modeling approach employed.
The default is 5. Maximum Allowed Bend Angle Very large angles, short radius bends can cause numerical problems during solution. When the user has a reasonable radius and a large angle there are usually no problems. However, if the large angle bend plots compared reasonably well to the surrounding elements then the bend can probably be used without difficulty. Well-proportioned bends up to degrees have been tested without a problem. The default is 95 degrees. The user may adjust this percentage to reduce the error due to the inserted element, however, the length tolerance for elements leaving the bend will also be reduced.
The default attachment is 1. Minimum Angle to Adjacent Bend Nodes on a bend curvature that are too close together can cause numerical problems during solution. Where the radius of the bend is large, such as in a cross country pipeline, it is not uncommon to find nodes on a bend curvature closer than 5 degrees. Loop Closure Tolerance The loop closure tolerance used by CAESAR II for error checking can be set interactively by the user for each job analyzed, or the user can enter the desired loop closure tolerance via this directive and override without distraction the program default value of 1.
Thermal bowing is usually associated with fluid carrying horizontal pipes in which the fluid does not fill the cross section. In these cases, there is a temperature differential across the cross section. Pipes Enter the color for the center-line and volume plots of pipe elements. Excludes valves, other rigids and expansion joints. Nodes Enter the color for the node numbers. Structure Enter the color that the structural elements should be plotted in. The color selected should contrast with the color entered for the Pipes.
Background Enter the color for the plot background. The user should be careful setting this parameter because all other colors need to coordinate with the background color selected. Axes Enter the color of the plot axes that appear in the bottom left corner of the screen. Labels Enter the color for the geometry labels exclusive of the node numbers.
Highlights Enter the color for the input level plot highlight. Displaced Shape Enter the color for the displaced shape overlay. Stress Level 1 Enter the stress value that defines the lower limit cutoff. Stress Level 2 Enter the stress value that defines the second lowest stress color-plot limit. Stress Level 3 Enter the stress value that defines the third lowest stress color-plot limit.
Stress Level 4 Enter the stress value that defines the fourth lowest stress color-plot limit. Stress Level 5 Enter the stress value that defines the upper limit cutoff. The color of an element from one end to the other varies as the stress varies. This also allows manual specification of these values by the user. The user may select the available files. Once selected, the program will give the user the option of reading in from that file.
Users may create FRP material files as text files with the. BS Pressure Stiffening The BS code explicitly requires that the effect of pressure stiffening on the bend SIFs be calculated using the Design Strain this is based upon the assumption that the FRP piping is fully pressurized to its design limit.
When the piping is pressurized to a value much lower than its design pressure, it may be more accurate to calculate pressure stiffening based on the Actual Pressure stress, rather than its design strain. Note that this alternative method is a deviation from the explicit instructions of the BS code.
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This entry is used in order to calculate the flexibility and stress intensity factors of bends; therefore this default entry may be overridden using the Type field on the bend auxiliary spreadsheets. This field is used to set the default weight density of FRP materials in the piping input module. FRP Alpha e In this field, the thermal expansion coefficient for the fiberglass reinforced plastic pipe used multiplied by 1,, should be entered. For example, if the value is: 8.
The exponent E-6 is implied. This is the default value used to set the data in the input processor. The user may override this value in the input when necessary. Ratio Shear Mod:Emod In this field, the ratio of the shear modulus to the modulus of elasticity in the axial direction of the fiberglass reinforced plastic pipe used should be entered.
For example, if the material modulus of elasticity axial is 3. Ea - Elastic modulus in the axial direction. Eh - Elastic modulus in the hoop direction.
Chapter 2 Configuration and Environment 27 Database Definitions Database Definitions Configuration Settings Structural Database This directive specifies which database file is to be used to acquire the structural steel shape labels and cross section properties from.
Users may optionally select the standard tables of another piping specification using this directive. Units File Name This directive allows the user to scroll through the available units files and select one to activate. CFG file is written to the local data directory, different data directories can be configured to reference different units files. The active units file is used for new job creation and all output generation. Load Case Template This directive allows the user to scroll through the available load case templates and select the one to be active.
CFG file is written to the local data directory, different data directories can be configured to reference different template files. The active template file is used to "recommend" load cases.
Some of these formatting files are language specific or Code specific. Therefore, users may want to switch between system directories depending on the current job. CFG file is written to the local data directory, different data directories can be configured to reference different system directories.
Users can create system directories as needed, following this required naming convention. These formatting files can be installed in separate system directories, with an appropriate suffix, to allow switching between languages. Note that there must be a primary system directory, named system, for the program to place accounting, version, and diagnostic files that it creates during execution.
The secondary system directories are only referenced for llanguage and formatting files. Default Spring Hanger Table This directive is used to set the value of the default spring hanger table, referenced during the spring hanger design stage of the solution.
Turning this directive on checked causes a rerun to add new data to the database, thus storing multiple runs of the same job in the database. All jobs run in this data directory will write their output to the database specified here. By default this directive is turned on, which causes the output processors to generate a Table of Contents upon exit. Turning this directive off disables the generation of the Table of Contents. As an option, this directive may be turned off, which will cause the output reports to be sorted by type.
For reports by type, all displacement reports will be generated, then all restraint reports, then all force reports, etc. This produces a displacement output report in which the nodes are ordered in increasing magnitude. This directive can be turned off to disable this nodal sort. The resulting displacement reports will be produced in the order the nodes were entered during model building.
XYT, for every time step. This file is used in subsequent interactive animation sessions by the user. Note, however, that the size of this file is dependent on the size of the model and the number of time steps analyzed.
Once a user is familiar with the input, this example text may be undesirable. This directive allows the user to vary how much of this example text is incorporated in the input. NONE -This directive eliminates all of the example text and all of the built in spectrum definitions.
This setting is intended for experienced users. SPEC -This setting eliminates all of the example text, but leaves the predefined spectrum definition. This means that the built in spectrum definitions El Centro etc. This may slow the program, however, and is normally recommended only for very large piping models. User ID When more than one workstation attempts to the CAESAR II data in the same directory at the same time it causes a corruption of the control file in the data directory, which may cause abnormal program execution.
Therefore, in situations where there may be more than one concurrent user running CAESAR II in a given data directory each user or more exactly, each workstation should enter a three-character User ID in this field.
Note: user. This User ID is not a password and is specific to the computer requiring access and not to the Disable "File Open" Graphic Thumbnail This directive disables the graphic thumbnail plot in the File Open dialog boxes. The graphics thumbnail plots a small image of the model as a single line drawing.
On some slower, memory limited processors, or when scanning very large models, this thumbnail graphic may take a few seconds to plot the model. To prevent this delay check this box to turn off the graphics. Autosave Time Interval This value in minutes is the time interval used to perform the auto-save function.
Autosave will be initiated every "X" minutes, where the value of "X" is specified in this edit box. If this option is not checked, the input will be saved automatically at the specified time intervals assuming autosave is enabled. By setting a password on the primary configuration file done by setting the default data directory to the CAESAR II program directory , a corporate standard can be enforced throughout the network. Subsequent use of the configuration module in other data directories will allow modification only of display or other environment directives i.
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