Working smarter by integrating stress and piping information in one 3D model!

Traditionally, pipe design and pipe stress are performed in two separate models. Ensuring that the two models are aligned is time-consuming.

Focus Engineering has made a tool to integrate design information between E3D and Caesar II, saving time, reducing the possibilities for errors, and freeing up the stress engineer to do actual stress design.

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Why it is important for Electro Instrument & Telecom (EIT) engineers to be involved from the very beginning of an engineering project?

An engineering project is usually performed in 3 phases. The 3 phases are 30% – 60% and a 90% milestone reviews of the 3D model. These percentages (30% – 60%-90%) reflect a percentage of completed project, not a percentage of maturity of each discipline. For EIT’s part, we can say that we are usually about 30% finished when a 60% review is held, depending on how extensive the EIT contract is. So, what does this mean?

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The dynamics of Electro Instrument & Telecom (EIT) in an engineering project

An engineering project is usually performed in 3 phases. The 3 phases are 30% – 60% and a 90% milestone reviews of the 3D model. These percentages (30% – 60%-90%) reflect a percentage of completed project, not a percentage of maturity of each discipline. For EIT’s part, we can say that we are usually about 30% finished when a 60% review is held, depending on how extensive the EIT contract is. So, what does this mean?

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