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Pressure and strain

  1. Jan 22, 2017 #1
    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
    A cylindrical vessel 2m internal diameter and 4m long has a wall thickness of 6mm. Strain gauges are installed on the vessel to measure hoop strain (see FIG 6).

    1)What is the maximum allowable pressure if a factor of safety of 4 is to be used?
    2 )What pressure would a strain of 40 με indicate?

    2. Relevant equations

    σ= pr/t for question 1
    and for question 2
    εο= σο - uσz/E
    σο = P X r /t and σz = P x r /2t

    εο =0.00004
    r = 1 m
    t = 0.006 M
    E = 290 GN
    3. The attempt at a solution
    for the 1 part i found it 0.75 Mpa

    for part 2 i work it

    εo = σo - σz /E

    so
    P = (290000/ 1/0.006 - 0.3 x 1/2 x 0.006) x 0.00004 = 0.0008367398 Mpa

    is any of the above correct?if not i would like your advice,thank you in advance
     

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  3. Jan 22, 2017 #2
    This looks like a duplicate of a previous thread. Is it, and, if so, why have you not just continued the previous thread? Also, there are algebra problems with your final equation.
     
  4. Jan 22, 2017 #3
    i didnt know i had to continue from the previous thread,i should go there then and post my questions?i cant understand the algebra problem,just put the numbers in the equation,is this not right?tha part 2 is the one that i had difficulties,didnt know how to solve without the poison ratio,...any advice?
     
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