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Lee Bird
Lee Bird
05:58 Nov-04-1999
Simulation Software

Greetings,

I am trying to develop an angle beam procedure to test 6" nozzles
welded to a Pressure Vessel. These nozzles have reinforcement
saddles. The location is very remote. I would like to know if anyone knows of software available whereby I could experiment with different angles and techniques for testing before traveling to remote location?

Thanks
Lee Bird


 
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Jacques Parent
Jacques Parent
08:22 Nov-04-1999
Re: Simulation Software
: Greetings,

: I am trying to develop an angle beam procedure to test 6" nozzles
: welded to a Pressure Vessel. These nozzles have reinforcement
: saddles. The location is very remote. I would like to know if anyone knows of software available whereby I could experiment with different angles and techniques for testing before traveling to remote location?

: Thanks
: Lee Bird

We are using a software called IMAGINE 3D. You can get more information at www.utex.com
tel. 905-828-1313
Good luck
jp




 
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mahammd salehi
mahammd salehi
07:00 Dec-11-2000
Re: Simulation Software
: : Greetings,

: : I am trying to develop an angle beam procedure to test 6" nozzles
: : welded to a Pressure Vessel. These nozzles have reinforcement
: : saddles. The location is very remote. I would like to know if anyone knows of software available whereby I could experiment with different angles and techniques for testing before traveling to remote location?

: : Thanks
: : Lee Bird

: We are using a software called IMAGINE 3D. You can get more information at www.utex.com
: tel. 905-828-1313
: Good luck
: jp




 
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