OTC 2019

Petroleum Structural Engineering software
PSE SOFTWARE

PSE SOFTWARE

Welcome to SAFI's Technical News Board. Stay up to date as our leading experts share the latest developments in Structural Engineering.

OTC 2019

EXHIBITOR AT THE 2019 OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

From May 6th to May 9th, our experts will be exhibiting at the 2019 OTC Houston, Texas regarding the PSE Petroleum Structural Engineering® Software.

Come visit our booth #6464 in the NRG Arena.

ABOUT OTC

 »The Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) is where energy professionals meet to exchange ideas and opinions to advance scientific and technical knowledge for offshore resources and environmental matters.

Celebrating 50 years since 1969, OTC’s flagship conference is held annually at NRG Park (formerly Reliant Park) in Houston.  »

Reference : http://2019.otcnet.org/about

Offshore Technology Conference

Petroleum Structural Engineering® SOFTWARE

The Petroleum Structural Engineering® software is used for the design and rehabilitation of drilling structures for the oil & gas industry, including derricks, drilling masts, rigs and substructures.

The PSE Software is an integrated structural analysis and design software for Onshore and Offshore structures according to the API 4F latest requirements.

This engineering software solution is used worldwide by several notable international companies in production work for building innovative offshore and onshore structures.

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ANIMATION FEATURE

TIME HISTORY
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Welcome to SAFI's Technical News Board. Stay up to date as our leading experts share the latest developments in Structural Engineering.

ANIMATION FEATURE

Introducing the animation feature in SAFI. The next release of SAFI will now allow the user to animate results from different types of analysis such as:

-Static Linear Analysis

-Static P-Delta Analysis

-Buckling Analysis

-Natural Frequencies Analysis

-Seismic and Dynamic Analysis

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STATIC LINEAR AND P-DELTA ANALYSIS

In the latest version of SAFI, the user is now able to animate various static linear
and P-Delta analysis results
such as the:
-Structure displacements
-Internal forces
-Stresses
-Support reactions.

Tower linear and buckling analysis
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The results are scaled by a linearly increasing factor until the unity factor is reached. The user can detect which parts of the model undergo the most displacements or internal forces by seeing the variation of intensity across the model.

Animating the envelopes helps minimizing the amount of information on the screen. The user can focus on the most critical regions of the model.

Meshed Beam Animation
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ANIMATION FOR A BRIDGE MODEL

In the bridge results menu, animating the envelopes helps minimizing the amount of information on the screen. The user can focus on the most solicited regions of the model. As the animation evolves, the final results are displayed and the global envelopes are displayed.

Bridge results animation software
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FREQUENCY & BUCKLING

The frequency and buckling analysis provide multiple mode shapes describing multiple behaviors of the structure. With large models, the animation is helpful to discern and understand the mode shapes. It is easier to determine if the buckling mode is a local or global phenomenon. It also provides a very accurate interpretation of the participating mass of each mode in a seismic spectral analysis.

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TIME HISTORY

The animation function displays every saved time-step to provide an accurate representation of the displacements, velocities, accelerations and internal forces acting on the structure.

This will provide the user a better understanding of the structure behavior during the dynamic event, such as finding the critical time of the dynamic loading.

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