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GT STRUDL 2019 and CAESAR II Integration

GT STRUDL 2019 and CAESAR II Integration

GT STRUDL 2019 and CAESAR II Integration

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For those in OG&C and Nuclear Structural Design Field of Practice, GT STRUDL 2019 recently came out with a link with CAESAR II (pipe stress analysis and design) software to read in pipe restraint loads from GT STRUDL. If you have used this link, please let me know how we can improve this link. One of the questions that I had for the engineering community was how do you account for the moment applied by horizontal pipe restraint loads on the structure? Do you ignore it?

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