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Engineering Design and Stress Analysis
In 1824, French scientist Sadi Carnot was the first to articulate what would become known as the second law of thermodynamics: that heat will always spontaneously flow from a hotter body to a colder body. The ability of innovative engineers to harness, slow, or manipulate this law, has led to major economic and social impacts worldwide.
It is well known that in the liquefied gas economy, the spontaneous flow of heat from the atmosphere into cryogenic liquids results in the loss of millions of dollars of product each year. At Cryeng, our innovative engineers work hard to slow, and manipulate the impact of Carnot’s second law.
And while our engineers have not yet completely stopped the flow of heat into cryogenic liquids, we can proudly claim that we can reduce the rate to just 1/10th that of our competitors.
Some of our design capabilities include:
- pipe flexibility
- surge loads
- wind and seismic structural movements
- vibration, life cycle
- shipping and transportation flexibility
- hydraulic and pneumatic system design
- P&ID process plans
- code calculations
- FERC analysis
- thermal modelling, heat inleak analysis
- ASME VIII, AS1210, UN, ADR/RID, IMDG, CSC, ISO, TC, TIR and Lloyds Register CCS
At Cryeng, we know that the key to success is experience. That is why our skilled team of engineers come from a diverse range of backgrounds including oil & gas, nuclear, automotive, mining, and renewable energy.
We perform digital modelling and analysis of our designs. Our team integrates software such as CAESAR II, ANSYS, PDMS, and Solidworks, allowing us to take a holistic view of each project.
We also understand customer engagement is critical to capturing the complete project context, which is why we graphically represent each design phase. This means that anywhere in the world, our clients are able to review each design step, and contribute to the engineering process as much (or as little) as they desire.