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Kenexis Arbor Fault Tree Analysis Software Preferred Client Preview Period

By | 2017-06-25T19:58:08+00:00 February 20th, 2017|Arbor, News, Sean Cunningham|

The Kenexis software development team is proud to announce that the newest application in the Kenexis Instrumented Safeguard Suite, Arbor is now in available for a free trial during our preferred client preview.  Arbor is a Fault Tree Analysis application designed by and built for process safety professionals.  While Arbor is a full featured Fault [...]

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Effigy 3D Fire and Gas Mapping Feature – Plume Fire Model

By | 2017-06-25T19:58:13+00:00 June 1st, 2015|Effigy, Fire and Gas Systems, News, Sean Cunningham|

Kenexis is happy to announce the release of Effigy™ Version 4.1.0.  The release of this version introduces the plume fire algorithm for fire geographic mapping.  This blog describes the details of the plume fire model, how it differs from the point source model used by most fire and gas mapping software, and when the use [...]

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What ISO 9001 Means to Kenexis Software

By | 2015-10-01T00:41:07+00:00 May 20th, 2015|Products, Sean Cunningham|

At Kenexis we believe one of the most important aspects to development of software for engineers is the ability to quickly respond to the needs of the software user.  Unlike widely distributed word-processing or spreadsheet applications, Kenexis software is focused on a single community of engineers who require software applications purpose built to solve difficult [...]

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Effigy Feature Annoucement – Direct 3D Model Import

By | 2017-06-25T19:58:13+00:00 March 16th, 2015|Effigy, Fire and Gas Systems, Sean Cunningham|

Kenexis is happy to announce the release of EffigyTM version 4.0.5.  The release of this version of the software contains a number of upgrades and enhancements that are certain to improve your experience as an Effigy user.  Most notably, this release includes the ability for a user to directly import 3D CAD models through the [...]

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It’s Easier Than you Think – A Simple Method for Selecting Fire and Gas Mapping Coverage Targets

By | 2017-06-25T19:58:13+00:00 December 9th, 2014|Author, Effigy, Fire and Gas Systems, Sean Cunningham|

Many fire and gas mapping practitioners are performing fire and gas mapping studies without first performing a hazard assessment to select the required coverage targets for the system.  This typically involves setting a “standard” target for coverage which is applied across all areas of the process plant.  While this is acceptable and will typically result [...]

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