Video/animation icon  3a | MSE203 Pressure Vessels (How to find stress in them, using Mohr's circle)

 
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Description: This video lecture uses the example of an aluminium fire extinguisher to show how the principal stresses and maximum shear stress can be calculated for a thin-walled cylindrical pressure vessel. The corresponding Mohr's circle is also constructed.
Keywords: stress analysis • Mohr's circle • example • pressure vessel • thin-walled • principal stresses • maximum shear stress • fire extinguisher • aluminium • alloy
Categories: Science approaches > Modelling & simulation
Materials > Metals & alloys > Aluminium & alloys
Processes > Shaping > Deformation
Testing, analysis & experimentation > Stress analysis
Created by: Dr David Dye, Imperial College London
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Date created: 13 January 2014
Date added: 26 January 2015
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Resource ID: 3808