Intergraph TANK NEW cracked version

Original price was: $ 180.00.Current price is: $ 150.00.

Intergraph® TANK™ is a comprehensive, easy-to-use program for the design, analysis and evaluation of welded steel oil storage tanks according to American Petroleum Institute (API) Standards 650 and 653.

TANK™ provides owners, operators, and engineering firms with quick and accurate designs for new tank construction and evaluation of existing tanks.

TANK provides for the design and analysis of wall and bottom plate thickness, supported cone roofs, service and maintenance considerations, and other factors affecting tank design and safety, such as internal pressure, shell settlement, seismic and wind. TANK saves time by letting users select material information automatically from its extensive built-in material databases.


Why Intergraph TANK?

Improve Productivity

Take advantage of steel oil storage tank design and analysis output and reports

Ensure Data Quality

Benefit from API Standards 650 and 653 along with API 2002 4.3 for Venting

Save Time

Make use of complete unit flexibility, allowable fluid heights, and nozzle loads and flexibilities

Key Features

Data Collection

The menu-driven interface allows for the quick definition of input and functions for the accurate analysis of oil storage tanks to API standards.

User Interface

The user interface presents only what is needed at each point of information gathering. You are asked for what is needed, when it is needed.

Analysis Options and Codes

TANK performs calculations in accordance with the latest API Standards 650 and 653. Wind, seismic, and settlement conditions can also be included.

Output and Reports

After completing an analysis, you can view the results in a tabular report or as a graphic diagram with associated data.

Material Databases

TANK has many databases integral to the package, which make it easy to select standard data for accurate analysis.

Quick, Context-sensitive Help

TANK’s context-sensitive help provides instant technical assistance at the point of input.