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Pipe Stress Software ROHR2

The ultimate computer-aided-engineering program for the static and dynamic analysis of complex piping and steel structures.

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    Features ROHR2 Competitors
    Customizable graphics interface
    Graphics-driven architecture (filters, selection criteria)
    Generate dimensioned stress isometrics
    Free model viewer application (including results)
    Load Cases
    Static analysis with non-linear boundary conditions
    Follow-up load cases (shows potential ratcheting)
    Built-in fluid hammer load generation and application
    Trapezoidal distributed loads/movements/accelerations
    Stratification (one-sided pipe heating)
    Dynamic analysis with linear boundary conditions
    Dynamic analysis with non-linear boundary conditions
    Buckling (2nd order effects)
    Stress Reports
    Output files in MS Word
    One-click, template-driven, customizable stress reports
    Pressure Components Design
    Built-in wall thickness checking
    Integrated piping material class tool
    Neutral file formats
    Seamless integration with FEA module
    Node-specific time varying loads from CFD software

      Support Like No One Else

      Georg Naumann has been a user of many pipe stress programs over the last 25 years, providing engineering services to the power and process industries through his company NOWMON, INC. By serving diverse clients with pipe stress analyses, Georg has had the unique opportunity to objectively compare the various softwares available, as well as evaluate the integration of each program into different companies’ engineering work flows.


      Training Material

      Customized training is available at all levels – in person or via net meetings.  Software support is just a phone call away or, if preferred, e-mail We have developed training examples and videos that walk you through proper modeling techniques step by step, and also provide you with the ROHR2 model files where the examples are completed.  A few of the basic videos are shown below, for more in depth instruction visit our Resource page.

      Moving a Node

      Moving a Pipe

      Importing Piping Component Files (*.pcf)