CONVAL® - the PC software for engineers, planners and operators of industrial plants.

CONVAL® integrates extensive calculation functionalities for components and processes in industrial systems, based on tried-and-tested methods, such as DIN, VDI, VDMA EN/ISO and ISA. By strictly avoiding all forms of dependence on equipment manufacturers, CONVAL® guarantees flexible, professional working.

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Features

Fluid properties

Interface

Reliability Index

Characteristics curves

Standards used


Features

Valves

• Control valves

• Control valves with 2-phase flow at the inlet 

• Steam conditioning unit

• Actuator forces (Globe Valves)

• Throttle elements

• Orifice

• RO Single & Multiple Stage

• Relief Valve

Thermowell

Piping system calculations

Heat exchangers

Chemical engineering

Service

Manufactures

Fluid Properties

Interpolation

Thermodynamic

RUB for CONVAL

GERG-2008 XT08

Approximation

   

Interface

CONVAL's entire functionality can be made available to other applications via a COM (Component Object Model) interface, a standard developed by Microsoft for its Windows operating system.

CONVAL® users are thus able exchange data between programs such as Excel, Access, Word, etc. on the one hand and CONVAL® on the other. Sample calculations are installed together with CONVAL®.

Numerous suppliers of CAE systems such as ProDOK®, have already used this interface to integrate CONVAL® deep down in their systems.

An Example:
Automation of batch calculation out of Excel

Entry of the operating data in Excel

Batch calculation with CONVAL® in the background

Retrieving results to Excel

Storing calculations as CONVAL® files or PDF’s to a hard drive




Reliability Index



Characteristics curves


Standards used in CONVAL 10

Control Valves

  • IEC 60534-2-1 (2011, 1998, 1994, 1978)
  • IEC 60534-8-3 (2010, 2000)
  • IEC 60534-8-4 (2015, 2005, 1994)
  • ISA 75.01 (2012)
  • ISA-75.17 (1989)
  • ISA-RP75.23 (1995)
  • VDMA 24422 (1989, 1979)

Thermowells

  • DIN 43772 (2000)
  • ASME PTC 19.3 TW (2016)
  • ASME PTC 19.3 (1974)

Differential Pressure Flow Elements

  • ISO 5167 (2003, 1998, 1995, 1980)
  • ISO 5167-5 (2016)
  • ISO/TR 15377 (2007)
  • ISO 9300 (2005)
  • ASME MFC-3Ma (2007)
  • ASME MFC-7 (2016, 1987-R2014)
  • ASME MFC-14M (2003)
  • ASME PTC 6 (2004)
  • ASME PTC 19.5 (2004)
  • AGA 3 / API MPMS 14.3 (2013, 2003)
  • VDI/VDE 2041 (1991)
  • R. W. Miller, Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook (1996)
 

Pressure Relief Valves

  • ISO 4126-1 (2013)
  • ISO 4126-7 AMD 1 (2016)
  • ISO 4126-9 (2008)
  • API 520 (2014)
  • API 521 (2014)
  • API 526 (2009)
  • ASME Section VIII (2011)
  • AD Specification A2 (2015)

Rupture Discs

  • ISO 4126-2 (2003)
  • API 520 (2014)
  • ASME Section VIII (2011)
  • AD Specification A1 (2006)

Pipe Wall Thickness

  • EN 13480 (2002)
  • DIN 2413 (2011, 1993, 1972)

Property Calculation

  • Thermodynamic calculation of Natural Gas according to AGA-8 (2003)
  • Calculation of the density, boiling pressure, viscosity, entropy, enthalpy, thermal conductivity, specific heat capacity and enthalpy of evaporation for water and steam in accordance with the steam table IAPWS-IF (1997)
  • The calculation of mixtures according to GERG (2008) in the liquid phase, in the gaseous phase, or for two-phase systems
  • NIST Refprop database 23, version 9.1
  • FLUIDCAL 2.0.1.1

Material Data Calculation

Calculation of the design strength values and physical properties of pipe and equipment materials in accordance with :

  • EN 13480 (2002)
  • EN 1092-1 (2007)
  • ASME B16.5 (2009)
  • ASME B31.3 (2006)

 

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