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Tulsa University Chooses PASS Suite for Academic and Research Purposes

PSRE Co. announces participation of The University of Tulsa, OK in the PASS Software Academic License Program.

PSRE Co. is pleased to announce participation of The University of Tulsa, OK in the PASS Software Academic License Program.

The University of Tulsa, OK, is participating in the PSRE PASS Software Academic License Program.The university receives academic licenses for PASS/START-PROF, PASS/HYDROSYSTEM and PASS/EQUIP for teaching and research purposes free of charge, as part of the PASS Software Academic License Program.

PASS/START-PROF, a solution for pipe stress analysis, and PASS/EQUIP, an equipment stress analysis and sizing suite, will facilitate the implementation of practical projects in the classrooms, especially in the petroleum department. The software will also be used on the university’s surface facilities courses to integrate concepts through a comprehensive project. PASS/HYDROSYSTEM, software for piping fluid flow analysis, will be used in the oil and gas production engineering courses to educate the students on pipe diameter selection and network configuration.

On the research side, PASS software enables opportunity that allows improved facility designs and the comparison of experimental results with state-of-the-art models. PASS/HYDROSYSTEN is aimed to help accelerate the current research on fluid pipe interaction under multiphase flow conditions. These findings will help researchers identify gaps and drive research toward the needs of the industry.

PASS Suite Software Academic licenses are valid for 1 year from the time of approval and may only be used for non-commercial, academic purposes to teachers, researchers and other faculty staff. 

Academic licenses are provided free of charge in exchange for active work in research activities with publications (e.g., master and PhD thesis) referencing the PASS Software Suite for Research Licenses or active use in teaching classes for Teaching Licenses. 

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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