with David Diehl, P.E., Intergraph CADWorx & Analysis Solutions
Duration: 1 hr.
Cost: free eSeminar
SESSION 1 March 29, 2016
SESSION 2 March 31, 2016
If you spend even a few hours developing piping models or evaluating results, these simple changes are well worth a review in light of the benefits they offer in terms of time savings and comprehension.
Speaker bio:David Diehl graduated with a BSME from Lehigh University USA in 1976. Upon graduation he took a post as a technical support representative for Auton Computing in New York City. After four years David relocated to Houston, Texas providing technical support for Auton’s Dynaflex – a mainframe-based piping system analysis program. In 1986, he took a position at Intergraph CADWorx & Analysis Solutions (COADE, Inc.) introducing and selling CAESAR II – the world’s first PC-based pipe stress analysis package. While at ICAS Dave earned his Professional Engineering license and served as the product manager for CAESAR II. He currently manages ICAS training and is the lead instructor for CAESAR II and the principal author of the CAESAR II on-line training course (available at www.pipingdesignonline.com). Dave joined the B31.3 Process Piping Committee in 1999. He now serves as the Vice-Chair of that committee and a prior Chair of the B31.3 Subgroup on Design. He also served 16 years on the Board of Directors for SPED – the Society of Piping Engineers and Designers.