New Webinar:      Upgraded Functionality in NozzlePRO and FEPipe for FFS Analysis

November 13th, 2018

The 2018 FEPipe release includes several innovations that are useful for the practicing engineer for post construction analyses.  The webinar will concentrate on how to use the software to determine if existing equipment can continue safe operation and to evaluate if remediation is sufficient.  Topics that will be discussed are listed below.

  • Application of drawing tools to add stiffening plates
  • Analyzing component subject to wall thinning

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FEPipe v10.1 & NozzlePRO v12.1 Interim Release  08/29/2018

FEPipe v10.1 and NozzlePRO v12.1 is a companion to last year’s FEPipe v10.0 and NozzlePRO v12.0 releases, and  includes bug fixes and capability upgrades.  Only clients who have authorized copies of FEPipe v10.0 and NozzlePRO v12.0 are eligible to receive this upgraded version.

InterimRelease2018-FP101-NP121.pdf

 

TO REQUEST THIS INTERIM VERSION

To request a link to the latest installer please contact softwaredownload@paulin.com and provide the following information:

  • Your Name & Company Email Address
  • Company Name
  • Your PRG Product Serial Number (NP-xxxxx or FP-xxxxx)

 

FEPipe v10.0 & NozzlePRO v12.0 Major Release  12/08/2017

PAULIN Research Group is pleased to announce the release of FEPipe v10.0 and NozzlePRO v12.0.  If you are a customer that is current on support, or had your support expire AFTER 15 April 2017, you have the right to download and install this version of your licensed program.  If your support expired BEFORE 15 April 2017, please contact sales@paulin.com for a reinstatement quote.

NewFeaturesFPv10NPv12.pdf

 

Important Industry News:  B31J 2017

The ASME B31 Committees recently officially released the new Standard making B31J – 2017 available and part of the B.31 Code.  This is a fundamental transformation for pressure vessel and piping design, and will impact virtually every PVP design project in the future.  B31J marks the first major improvement in the treatment of SIFs, k-factors, and SSIs in the Code in the last 40+ years.  Implementation of this new approach will result in more accurate designs and a reduction in costs related to design, construction, and lifecycle maintenance of a plant, while simultaneously improving safety.

B31JIntroFAQs.pdf