This latest release expands the capability of BEASY to model the
complex electrical connections and internal resistances in flow
lines and sub sea systems which are necessary to accurately predict
the effectiveness of cathodic protections systems for modern Oil
& Gas installations. The release also provides improved support
for computer settings in different languages and enhancements of
the BEASY corrosion wizard.
Dr Robert Adey, MD of BEASY, commented "This release contains new
developments which are important for our customers in the Oil &
Gas industry who use corrosion modelling to verify the design of
cathodic protection systems and to understand and minimise the
complex interactions which occur in modern deepwater developments"
Date: June 21, 2007