Ple4Win 4.5.0 released
Ple4Win version 4.5.0 has been released. A newly developed mitre bends module has been incorporated in this version. Furthermore, the looks of the program have been modernized. Also, this version contains a number of other improvements, modifications and adaptations. For a detailed description of all that is new and changed, please see the change log.
Summarised, the key highlights of the new release are:
- A new Mitre bends module.
- Changes to the graphical user interface.
- New functionality in input table ‘Pipeline polygon points’ / POLYDIF.
- Added graph showing the material’s stress-strain relation.
- And more…
- Easily configure a mitre bend using only two extra parameters.
- Calculations according to NEN 3650 or TGSL 1986.
- No further user actions required!
New functionality in table POLYDIF
- Configure a mitre bend by parameters N-KINK and L-SEGM.
- Not required fields are disabled from editing.
Some other improvements
- Additional idents automatically placed when pipe crosses the ground or water level.
- Animated, explicit indication when the status of the Warning table changes.
Courses for Ple4Win users
The performance, accuracy and speed of a project calculated using Ple4Win depends for not a small part on how the project is modeled. More often than not, a good pipeline model has greater benefits than e.g. a faster computer and may prevent lots of calculations on model variations. We are providing for a course on the art of making a good functional pipeline model. This half-day course is primarily intended for experienced users.
For more detailed information, call +31 (0)70 390 2386 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer courses for inexperienced users and dedicated training for individuals or small groups, focused on specified wishes of the attendees and/or going into details of specific problems the attendees have encountered. The combination of a course together with a project to be calculated is also possible. Again, contact us for more information.
For support or advice, please visit the Ple4Win forum. There you can also read the FAQs, tips & tricks, report your findings or tell us your views.