Standard: WRC BUL 139
STRESS CONCENTRATIONS IN TWO NORMALLY INTERSECTING CYLINDRICAL SHELLS SUBJECT TO INTERNAL PRESSURE; A NOTE ON THE CORRELATION OF PHOTOELASTIC AND STEEL MODEL DATA FOR NOZZLE CONNECTIONS IN CYLINDRICAL
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This report covers the theoretical analysis two normally intersecting cylindrical shells having ratios of radii po/R not greater than one-third. Both shells are considered to be infinitely long, capped at the ends and subjected to internal pressure. The exact solution of the partial differential equation of Donnell's theory of thin cylindrical shells is obtained in the form of infinite series. Fourier expansions and the method of least square error are employed to satisfy the boundary conditions. Various numerical results are presented at the end of the report.
|Organization:||Welding Research Council|
|Document Number:||wrc bul 139|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|