Webinar: Accurate Data through Efficient Vessel Analysis
Engineers, designers, estimators, fabricators and inspectors require an accurate and complete solution for vessel and heat exchanger design, analysis and evaluation to ensure projects are completed on schedule.
Discover how to define pressure boundary conditions accurately and efficiently for vessels and exchangers, including load sets that require significant data input. Address all wall thickness rules and stress analysis requirements for vertical towers, horizontal vessels, and heat exchangers.
Join us during this webinar as we explore the benefits provided by PV Elite 25, including:
Rectangular vessel calculation and 3D model analysis per ASME Division 1 and EN 13445 design codes for sanitation and oil and gas applications
Out-of-roundness calculations to verify and approve fabricated vessels
Creep analysis per EN 13445-3 Section 19 for high-temperature operations
Human factors improvements for easier interactivity and analysis comprehension
Meet the Presenters
Kristin Coyle Product Owner - PV Elite, Hexagon
Kristin Coyle is a Product Owner for Hexagon ALI’s PV Elite solution, working on many improvements to the program including the Fitness for Service feature. She also supports customer service requests for PV Elite and the tank analysis software TANK. In addition, she is the QA manager of PV Elite. She also serves on the API 579/ASME FFS Code Committee for Fitness for Service as a Contributing Member for General Metal Loss, Local Metal Loss, Pitting, and Crack-like Flaws.
Scott Mayeux Executive Director - Pressure Vessel Analysis, Hexagon
Scott Mayeux serves as Executive Director of Product Development at Hexagon's ALI division. He is in charge of software development for the pressure vessel and exchanger solution PV Elite as well as the API 650 product TANK for large diameter oil storage tank analysis. He is a mechanical engineer with more than 30 years of experience in the engineering and software development fields.