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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 8 months ago in Modelling 0 Future consideration

Allow user to set the 6 color stress plot ranges as needed

While looking at the Color Stress plot there is a Key in the top left corner with 6 colors and corresponding ranges. These ranges are hard coded into the program. Give the user the options to set these 6 ranges as needed.
Mike Dattilio 8 months ago in UI 2 Future consideration

Looking for DNV-ST-F101, 2021 edition in AutoPIPE

When we will expect new DNV version in AutoPIPE
Guest 9 months ago in Code 1 Future consideration

speed up the analysis of large model

large dimension model have a big problem in velocity, particulary with dinamic, for the very old architecture of the software. Some common ideas: multi core implementation (a must, in my opinion) 64bit use of library for graphic cards a benchmark ...
Gianludovico Spizuoco 9 months ago in Analysis 1 Planned

Increase allowable number of internal data points from 10,000 to 100,000 or more

AutoPIPE's analysis is blocked if total number of points (piping points+ soil points + frame nodes) is greater than 10,000. Suggest to increase the limit number of node points from 10,000 to 100,000 or more.
Mike Dattilio 9 months ago in Modelling 0 Future consideration

Apply joint efficiency factor to ASME B31.1 Expansion allowable

As an example, ASME B31.1 (2020) - section "102.3.2 Limits for Sustained Stresses and Displacement Stress Ranges" - para (b) Displacement Stresses provides the equation 1A for calculation of allowable stress range. Review the definition of Sc and ...
Mike Dattilio 9 months ago in Analysis 2 Future consideration

Specifying sub-report item under batch run by ntl files

I want to customize the output report items for an automation process. I'm building the system by ntl file. The dat file can customize them but the ntl file cannot.
Guest 9 months ago in Reporting 1 Needs review

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 10 months ago in Analysis / AutoPIPE Pipe Stress 0 Future consideration

Improve reference loads dialog

Add a toggle between X/Y/Z and axial/shear/bending/torsion for forces and moments in the reference loads dialog. Many allowables for connections are given in terms of total shear load or bending moment. It is not possible to use the current refere...
Michael Wood 10 months ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress / UI 0 Future consideration

Second UI Window for docking dialogs, tools and grids

Autopipe has multiple windows, tools, floating windows, grids and other UI Elements. For users that use multiple monitors, The above UI Elements often move around, and re orient themselves. By providing the user with a second UI Application Window...
Sujaan Fareed 10 months ago in AutoPIPE Pipe Stress / UI 1 Future consideration