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Thick Wall cylider problem Question
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Posted by: engineer_mech

12/10/2004, 22:29:46

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I am looking for a solution to a thick wall cylinder problem.If a cylinder is subjected to only external pressure(pi=0), then what is the maximum external pressure to which the cylinder may be subjected according to maximum distortion energy theory.(O.D.=0.5,I.D.=0.3,elastic limit = 300MPa , poisson's ratio =0.28)

While calculating stresses , whether the stresses should be calculated for internal radius or external radius , as the radial stress is maximum at O.D. and tangential stress is max at I.D.


Your help will be highly appreciated.


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