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Pipeline, supports, buried pipe, Error

Pipeline, supports, buried pipe, Error

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In a pipeline of 28 km, to pass a buried pipe gives me the following error:
"Too many soild supports needed for the model. Please break the model down and use the large include"
How can you do to separate the model number and perform a single analysis?
thanks for the help

RE: Pipeline, supports, buried pipe, Error

Personally, I normally identify where all of my changes of direction are, calculate the virtual anchor length manually, and then I only model somewhat more than that distance of the pipeline on either side of the change of direction.

Regards,

SNORGY.

RE: Pipeline, supports, buried pipe, Error

An answer has been suggested in the CAESAR II Forum on the COADE website.

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

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