Following its commitment to a constant technological update, Costante Sesino recently acquired the Aspen Shell and Tube Exchanger calculation program by AspenTech.


AspenTech, that is rooted in MIT – Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has always been at the forefront of innovation in the process industries. In particular, Aspen Shell & Tube Mechanical software draws on the long heritage of the B-JAC Teams program to provide powerful optimized mechanical design that recognizes the interaction of key components.  The designs minimize material, resulting in the most cost-effective design.

Aspen Shell & Tube Mechanical provides a supplemental set of calculation capabilities and standards, including Zick stress analysis, minimum design metal temperatures, simultaneous internal/external pressure design, nozzle loads per WRC 107 or Heat Exchanger Institute, maximum allowable working pressures, material cladding, and wind & seismic loads.


Integration between Aspen Shell and Tube Mechanical and Aspen Shell and Tube Exchanger allows thermal and mechanical designs to be developed with speed and consistency. Aspen Shell & Tube Mechanical’s extensive data banks-together with accurate thermal data from Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger-result in accurate stress calculations conforming to internationally accepted code standards: ASME Section VIII, Div. 1, EN 13445, CODAP AD-Merkblatter.

The new software will allow Costante Sesino to satisfy even better the requirements of its customers, specially for those applications that require the suppoly of a custom-made product in a short time.

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