How to Design and Analyze Oil Storage Tanks with TANKÂ® Software
How to Design and Analyze Oil Storage Tanks with TANKÂ Software
If you are an engineer looking for a comprehensive, easy-to-use tank design software for the design, analysis and evaluation of oil storage tanks, you may want to consider Hexagon's TANKÂ software. TANKÂ is a tank designer software that performs calculations in accordance with the latest API standards 650, 620 and 653[^1^]. It also takes into account wind, seismic and settlement conditions, as well as air venting requirements to API 2000 Section 4.3[^1^]. In this article, we will show you how to use TANKÂ software to design and analyze oil storage tanks in a few simple steps.
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Step 1: Data Collection
The first step is to collect the data required for the tank design and analysis. TANKÂ software features an intuitive, menu-driven interface that enables the quick definition of input and functions for the accurate analysis of oil storage tanks[^2^]. You can select any unit combination for analyses or to produce quick reports. Unit files are completely user-definable, so you are not bound by program default settings[^2^]. You can also edit or customize the material properties as per the project requirement[^1^].
Step 2: User Interface
The second step is to use the user interface to enter the data and perform the analysis. TANKÂ software presents only the data you need at each point of information gathering, so you are not burdened with "out-of-sequence" requirements[^2^]. You can also access instant technical assistance at the point of input, with context-sensitive help that provides pertinent information relative to each selected item, including code references and technical advice[^2^].
Step 3: Analysis Options and Codes
The third step is to choose the analysis options and codes that suit your project. TANKÂ software performs calculations in accordance with the latest API Standards 579, 620, 650 and 653[^1^]. You can also take into account wind, seismic and settlement conditions, as well as calculate air venting requirements to API 2000 Section 4.3[^1^]. TANKÂ software also supports various U.S. and international structural steel databases, and API materials are available[^2^].
Step 4: Output and Reports
The final step is to view and export the output and reports of your tank design and analysis. TANKÂ software allows you to view the results in a tabular report or as a graphic diagram with associated data[^1^]. You can also verify the results by referencing code sections used where applicable[^2^]. You can quickly send analysis results to output reports or export the file format of your choice (Word, PDF, etc.)[^2^].
TANKÂ software is a comprehensive, easy-to-use tank designer software that provides quick and accurate design and analysis tools for oil storage tanks. It conforms to the latest API standards and can handle various design conditions. It also features an interactive user interface, a rich material database, a context-sensitive help system, and quality graphics. If you want to learn more about TANKÂ software or download a brochure, visit https://hexagon.com/products/tank. e0e6b7cb5c