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buckling strength of fabricated HY-80 steel spherical shells

Thomas J. Kiernan

buckling strength of fabricated HY-80 steel spherical shells

by Thomas J. Kiernan

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shells (Engineering) -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. J. Kiernan and K. Nishida.
    SeriesDavid Taylor Model Basin. Report, 1721
    ContributionsNishida, Kanehiro, joint author., United States. David W. Taylor Model Basin, Carderock, Md. Structural Mechanics Laboratory.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA660.S5 K5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 152 p.
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5562025M
    LC Control Number67062051

    Note that most of these experimental investigations were conducted with shallow spherical shell caps. Complete spherical shells were fabricated by electroforming [10,11], with a quality of surface finish that could be systematically improved through a chemical polishing treatment, thereby increasing the knockdown factor from κ d = to The Buckling of Spherical Shells by External Pressure* Th. von Kármán and Hsue-shen Tsien (California Institute of Technology) The general theory of thin shells was developed by A. E. - Selection from Collected Works of H. S. Tsien () [Book].

    The present paper investigates structural response and buckling of long unstiffened thin-walled cylindrical steel shells, subjected to bending moments, with particular emphasis on stability design.   Buckling of steel thin-walled semi-spherical shells with square cutout due to axial compressive loads has been studied by numerical simulations, and results were compared with those from the experiments.

    Eight, in.-diameter, fabricated HY steel hemispherical shells designed to fail by inelastic buckling were tested to observe the effects of initial imperfections and residual stresses on. dnv class note no. buckling strength analysis of bars and frames, and spherical shells.


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Buckling strength of fabricated HY-80 steel spherical shells by Thomas J. Kiernan Download PDF EPUB FB2

TIL L!TEF.C" OF RESIDUAL STRESSES ON THE BUCKLING C." STRENGTH OF FABRICATED HY STEEL HEMISPHERICAL SHELLS by N1M.G. Costello 77)VP l I!. D, This document is subject to special ex-p ort controls and each transmittal to foreign governments or foreign nationals may be made only with prior approval of.

example for a spherical shell structure in submarine application. HY steel is often used for the construction of pressure hulls of submarines. It was developed in the 's, having a high yield strength of over N/mm2 and an ultimate strength of over N/mm2.

The hull structure of a submarine is mainly constructed by welding preformed : Taschenbuch. This book provides the designer with a comprehensive buckling strength of fabricated HY-80 steel spherical shells book to the structural design of large metal shells, using either algebraic treatments or computer calculations of various complexities.

It is closely based on the world’s leading standard on shell structural design, Eurocode 3 Part (EN ), which includes extensive generic rules. Buckling strength of spherical shells 6 PROPOSED DESIGN PROCEDURE Shell with hinged boundary under constant external pressure According to the linear elastic solution for a spherical shell with constant thickness subjected to external perpendicular pressure p constant over its surface, buckling occurs at pel = 2E(t/r)2/X/[3(1 - u2)] = l Cited by: 8.

Thin shells are very popular structures in many different branches of engineering. There are the domes, water and cooling towers, the contain­ ments in civil engineering, the pressure vessels and pipes in mechanical and nuclear engineering, storage tanks and platform components in marine and offshore engineering, the car bodies in the automobile industry, planes, rockets and space structures.

The buckling behaviour of complete spherical shells and spherical caps is explained and test results are extensively reviewed. The development of the theory up to the point where theoretical and experimental results agree is presented.

The treatment is confined to completely elastic material. 31) T. Kiernan & K. Nishida. Buckling strength of fabricated HY steel spherical shells. DTMB R 32) S.

Heller. Structural design o£ spherical shells subjected to uniform external pressure. Naval Engineer Journal. 33) D. Faulkner. The safe design and construction of steel spheres and end closures of. Preface 5 Preface This document is described as the 5th Edition of the ECCS European Recommendations for the Buckling of Steel Shells.

It is the successor to the 4th Edition, published inwhich was very different in style, format and content, though some of the regulatory requirements of the 4th Edition are here retained in the 5th Edition.

In the 20 years since the publication of the. coefficient K in Equation was about Their study showed that the elastic buckling strength of initially imperfect spherical shells must depend on the local curvature and the thickness of a segment of a critical arc length, L c.

For a Poisson’s ratio ofthis critical length can be estimated as L c ¼ h(m i)1=2 () R T h. SHELL BUCKLING – AN OVERVIEW PART 1: The following is primarily from the “pitfalls” paper in the AIAA Journal: David Bushnell, “Buckling of shells – pitfall for designers”, AIAA Journal, Vol.

19, No. 9, (), Presented as AIAA Paper R, the. Some experimental results on the elastic- plastic buckling of thin torispherical and ellipsoidal shells subjected to internal pressure.

Prelim. Rpt. 2nd Inter. Colloq. Stability Steel. Buckling strength of metal science, buckling is a mathematical instability, leading to a failure mode.

Bleich H, Buckling Strength of Metal Structures, McGraw Hill, Dominated by the strength limit of the material, while a long steel column may be. Buckling Capacity Curves for Steel Spherical Shells Loaded by the External Pressure Article (PDF Available) in Civil And Environmental Engineering Reports 15(4) March with Reads.

This work is devoted to the nonlinear buckling of the hemispherical shells subjected to extremely high external pressure. The shells are made of maraging steel with yield strength of  MPa. M.G. Costello and K. Nishida, The inelastic buckling strength of fabricated HY steel hemispherical shells, Naval Ship Research and Development Center, Report (April ).

[30] Hitzeman, Stiffened spherical shell tests, Chicago Bridge and Iron Co., Report () unpublished. [31] J. All web site content except where otherwise noted: © David Bushnell Web site design and maintenance by Bill Bushnell For comments or questions about web site content, please send email to.

For web site errors, please send email to. Three shell theories. Three nonlinear shell theories for analysing buckling of spherical shells will be employed in this paper. The rationale for doing so is to establish the range of applicability of the two most commonly used sets of nonlinear buckling equations—small strain–moderate rotation theory and Donnell–Mushtari–Vlasov (DMV) theory—in application to spherical shell buckling.

Nonlinear Problems in the Dynamics of Thin Shells††These results were obtained in the course of research sponsored partially by the U.S. Army Research Office, Durham, under Grant No. DA-ARO(D)G with the University of Florida, and partially by the Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, under Contract No.

AF33 () with the General Electric. Buckling of spherical shells subjected to external pressure: A comparison of experimental and theoretical data Thin-Walled Structures, Vol.

Mechanical stability of particle-stabilized droplets under micropipette aspiration. For the EFB, which is the typical buckling mode of a cylindrical shell storage tank for petroleum, liquefied hydrocarbon gases, etc., it became possible to ascertain the buckling strength by experiments on a cylindrical shell by applying an internal hydrodynamic pressure, an axial compressive force, and a shear force simultaneously.

models were designed to investigate the behavior of spherical shells possessing a ratio of elastic-to-inelastic collapse strength of about to This report discusses the fabrication, test procedures, and results for these eight models.

DESCRIPTION OF MODELS The eight, in.-diameter, hemispherical shell models were fabri- cated by the Lukens Steel Company from HY steel .Hence, we reviewed the analysis method of the buckling and ultimate strength of spherical pressure hull under external pressure (Pan & Cui, ), unified the description methods of the initial.Buckling of steel thin-walled semi-spherical shells with square cutout due to axial compressive loads has been studied by numerical simulations, and results were compared with those from the experiments.

Three vertical compression loadings were.