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AutoPIPE Pipe Stress

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Flange analysis EN 1591-1

Include EN1591-1 calculations methodology for flanges / flange leakage Look through EN 13445-3 Annex G - Alternative design rules for flanges and gasketed flange connections
Guest almost 3 years ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 11 Planned

Release limitation of PIPE ID character length

Users of a company in Japan name PIPE ID under specific rule in P&ID and 3D-CAD while AutoPIPE has a limitation for PIPE ID's character length as 8 words. So they convert the PIPE ID for AutoPIPE limitation, but there is a possibility that it ...
Yasushi Nagao over 2 years ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 2 Will not implement

ASME NM.1 analysis for plastic pipes

ASME released ASME NM.1 for thermoplastic piping systems. It is handy for stress analysis of plastic pipes (PVC, CPVC, HDPE. PE, ...) compared to ASME B31.3. It will be beneficial if Autopipe includes this code as an option for analysis.
Guest about 2 months ago in Code 4 Planned

Flexible Joint Step Function Stiffness

Looking for an update to flex coupling input box to better model flexible coupling behavior. Flexible joint additional inputs (see attached) 1) Max angle of deflection for flex joint 2) Two stiffness inputs for bending stiffness. Stiffness changes...
Guest 12 months ago in Modelling 0 Future consideration

Reference point - nonsymmetric allowable

Reference point is great tool to verify connector capacity. Currently only symmetric allowable values could be used. Many times connectors allowable loads are nonsymmetric ex. range of values -80 to 0kN or -150 to 350kNm. See attached image. It wo...
Guest about 1 year ago in Analysis / AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 0 Future consideration

Add manufacturer library for SIF's to populate to meet B31.J as per B31.3 2020

Add manufacturer library to select for SIF's to populate to meet B31.J as per B31.3 2020
Guest 7 months ago in Analysis 0 Needs review

Get rid of annoying windows beep sound

This is a really annoying sound. The UI shall provide a feature to disable the annoying beep sound. The attached wiki link proposes to disable Windows Sounds, but this disables all other Windows Sounds that serve a purpose outside of Autopipe. A s...
Sujaan Ahamed Fareed over 1 year ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 0 Future consideration

When exporting a model, the user should have the ability to select which nodes are exported based on the type of element it represents.

When creating stress isometric drawings, my team typically exports a .dxf file of the AutoPIPE Model. We are only concerned with nodes that represent support locations, however, there is no option to export only support nodes. Having this option a...
Guest about 3 years ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 1 Future consideration

Develop an Python API plug-in for importing, building, and editing models using data from 3D CAD packages

Develop an API that allows writing Python scripts to post process Autopipe results data for automated reporting etc. Also, allow plug-in for building and editing models using data from 3D CAD packages. (1018304)
Mike Dattilio 10 months ago in UI 5 Planned

ASME NM.2 Analysis

ASME released a new FRP standard for pipe stress analysis in 2019. This would be very beneficial for FRP analysis compared to ASME B31.3.
Sean Pellerin over 1 year ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 0 Planned