COADE, Inc. (acquired by the Intergraph Corporation)
COADE, Inc., founded in 1984, is a company specializing in Mechanical Engineering Software. COADE?s software is specifically targeted toward the Power and Process Industries, addressing the areas of: pipe stress, pressure vessel design and rating, tank design and rating, and piping design and drafting.
CADWorx is COADE’s integrated series of
AutoCAD®-based tools for plant design that provides
intelligent drawing/database connectivity,
advanced levels of automation, easy-to-use
drafting tools and the industry’s first link between
CAD and engineering analysis programs. Since
its introduction, CADWorx has revolutionized the
plant design industry with its ease of use,
flexibility, interconnectivity and scalability..
CAESAR II is a comprehensive program for pipe stress analysis. CAESAR II has become the standard for pipe stress analysis, preferred by major corporations and engineering firms worldwide. It is the program by which all others are measured
CodeCalc is the leading industry software package for design and analysis of pressure vessel and heat exchanger components. In addition to pressure and wall thickness calculations, CodeCalc evaluates loads from supports and attachments. It includes extensive built-in materials and components databases and the latest ASME rules for the construction of pressure vessels plus the latest codes from ASME, TEMA, PD 5500 (British Code), UBC and the Welding Research Council.
PVElite is a comprehensive program for the complete structural design or analysis of tall towers and horizontal vessels according to latest standards from ASME, PD 5500 (British Code), UBC, EN 13445, API-579 and the Welding Research Council.
TANK is a comprehensive, easy-to-use software program for the design, analysis and evaluation of welded steel oil storage tanks according to the latest American Petroleum Institute (API) Standards 650 and 653. It provides owners, operators and engineering firms with quick and comprehensive designs for new tank construction and evaluation of existing tanks.