Design of High Pressure Vessel

Presented by : Barjinder Pal kaur and Atri Bhattacharya

5 Fe E 270 steel 270 MPa 360 MPa .Data Volume of vessel Internal pressure L/D Material Yield stress Ultimate Tensile stress (UTS) 30 ml 50 MPa 2.

627 mm 2 1   .Calculation  A) Vessel Shell Thickness      f = 360 MPa J = Joint efficiency = 0.407 mm 1 t= 2.22 mm R = R + t = 14.85 From given volume and L/D R = 12.

B) Variation of stress along the thickness Ø Three principal stresses are produced in the walls of the shell due to pressure 1)Tangential stress/ hoop stress/ circumferential stress     2) Radial stress 1) 2) .

 3) Longitudinal stress/ axial stress     where.   and      .

52 397.03 -60.7 140.035 -65.ve sign indicates compressive in nature .Stresses for different pressure values Pressure (MPa) fp (MPa) fa (MPa) fR (MPa) Remarks 50 55 60 65 70 305.025 -55.62 127.42 335.97 366.07 427.24 166.04 -70.47 153.01 178.78 -50.045 fp> UTS (Failure) .

Variation of stress with radius .

with an internal diameter of 300 mm and a length of 4500 mm. considering the Bauschinger effect Author J M Alegre. First is for bearing circumferential loads and second for . and M Preciado the design of an autofrettaged thick-walled vessel that works at an internal pressure of 500 MPa. Composite Pressure vessels Petrus J M A pressure vessel comprises of two cylinder. A finite element (FE) analysis was performed to obtain the residual stresses after the autofrettage at an internal pressure of 925 MPa. P Bravo.Literature Review Title Design of an autofrettaged high-pressure vessel.