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Version 5.10 CAESAR II Applications Guide

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The CAESAR II Applications Guide is intended to serve as an example guide, showing the application of CAESAR II. Users should refer to this manual for examples of specific piping components, as well as complete example jobs.

Chapters 2 through 6 of this manual illustrate the techniques and methods used to model individual piping components, restraints, and attached equipment. These chapters should be referenced often when modeling seldom-used components or unusual geometries. Users should recognize that the numeric data used in these examples is not necessarily applicable in all cases. In general, the numeric values used in these examples are fictitious quantities, unless otherwise noted.

Chapter 7 is a chapter of worked examples, illustrating the application of CAESAR II to various piping problems. These examples illustrate modeling, problem solving, and program operation.

Chapters 8 and 9 contain a tutorial that walks users through the modeling and analysis of a complete system.

Users are encouraged to work through these chapters, especially if a particular analysis has not been previously attempted. The component modeling examples in Chapters 2 through 6 are especially useful, for both modeling techniques and general program understanding. The examples in Chapter 7 also provide engineering guidelines and indicate where assumptions must be made in attempting to solve real-world problems.

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Bends
Chapter 3: Restraints
Chapter 4: Hangers
Chapter 5: Expansion Joints
Chapter 6: Miscellaneous Models
Chapter 7: Examples
Chapter 8: Tutorial A
Chapter 9: Tutorial B

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