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The attached flange has warning deficiencies

The attached flange has warning deficiencies

The attached flange has warning deficiencies

I get "The attached flange has warning deficiencies" advisory warning whenever I try to generate my report for the attached model. I cannot see any problems with the flange that it is talking about. Has anyone gotten this same warning? What is it refering to?

RE: The attached flange has warning deficiencies

If you suppress "warning" messages, which are informative only, you will see the following in the report:

The attached ASME B16.5 flange limits the nozzle MAWP.

This is a common warning when using pipe, as the pipe can usually take much more pressure than the flange.

RE: The attached flange has warning deficiencies

Ok, great. I just wanted to make sure I had not forgotten to specify something critical about the flange and that was why I was geting the warning.

That is kind of a vague warning message.  Perhaps, it should say "The attached ASME B16.5 flange limits the nozzle MAWP" in the warning message.  I don't know. Just a suggestion to Codeware.

Thanks for the answer fegenbush

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