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Bentley’s interoperable plant design and analysis applications supports true collaboration for engineers to share information across different disciplines and provides the ideal solution for hydrogen plants. AutoPIPE recently included code ASME B31.12 for Design and Analysis of Hydrogen Piping and Pipelines. AutoPIPE ensures efficient workflows between pipe stress engineers, structural engineers, and CAD designers through interoperability with multiple plant design applications and structural analysis solutions to save time and to reduce design errors and operation failures.  Join our experts for this webinar to learn how AutoPIPE can help  in the design and analysis of Hydrogen Piping and Pipelines.

The webinar will cover these topics: 

  1. Hydrogen plant introduction
  2. Integrated lifecycle for hydrogen plant - design & analysis
  3. Advanced pipe stress analysis with AutoPIPE
  4. Optimization through collaboration of pipe stress and structural analysis


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Webinar Presenters

Prajesh Rodgepatil

Product Sales Engineer
Virtuosity, a Bentley Company

Prajesh is a Mechanical Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in CAD/CAE industry. He has more than five years of experience and is currently working with Virtuosity, a Bentley Company, as a Product Sales Engineer helping professionals all over India solve complex piping related problems and increase their productivity.


Manoj Kale

Application Engineer, Piping
Virtuosity, a Bentley Company

Manoj Kale is a Mechanical Engineer with overall experience in Piping design and detailing and Pipe Stress Analysis. He has extensively worked in Oil & Gas, Processing and Power Generation Industries. Manoj joined Bentley in 2018 as an Application Engineer, Piping. He develops and conducts training, technical presentations, and demonstration to users engaged in the design and analysis of Piping Systems using AutoPIPE. Before joining Bentley, he worked as a pipe stress engineer at an engineering consultancy firm in Pune, India. Manoj is motivated by getting users to a level of confidence where they can use AutoPIPE to improve current workflows.