Video/animation icon  3b | MSE203 Q1-4 - a spherical pressure vessel and some Mohr's circles

 
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Description: This video lecture uses the Magnox nuclear reactor as an example of a thin-walled shperical pressure vessel to calculate the principal and maximum shear stresses and corresponding angles. Further examples for elements under pure shear, uniaxial tension and mixed tension and shear are given.
Keywords: stress analysis • Mohr's circle • example • pressure vessel • thin-walled • principal stresses • maximum shear stress • Magnox reactor • nuclear reactor • steel • plate
Categories: Science approaches > Modelling & simulation
Materials > Metals & alloys > Alloy steels
Processes > Shaping > Deformation
Applications > Energy > Nuclear energy
Product Forms > Flat > Plate
Testing, analysis & experimentation > Stress analysis
Created by: Dr David Dye, Imperial College London
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Date created: 17 January 2014
Date added: 26 January 2015
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Resource ID: 3809