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Finite elements in the analysis of pressure vessels and piping, an addendum: A bibliography (2001–2004)
Jaroslav Mackerle*
¨ ¨ Linkoping Institute of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, S-581 83 Linkoping, Sweden Received 30 November 2004; revised 13 December 2004; accepted 31 December 2004

Abstract The paper gives a bibliographical review of finite element methods(FEMs) applied for the analysis of pressure vessel structures/components and piping from the theoretical as well as practical points of view. This bibliography is a new addendum to the Finite elements in the analysis of pressure vessels and piping—a bibliography [1–3]. The listings at the end of the paper contain 856 references to papers and conference proceedings on the subject that were published in 2001–2004. These are classified in the following categories: linear and nonlinear, static and dynamic, stress and deflection analyses; stability problems; thermal problems; fracture mechanics problems; contact problems; fluid–structure interaction problems; manufacturing of pipes and tubes; welded pipes and pressure vessel components; development of special finite elements for pressure vessels and pipes; finite element software; and other topics. q 2005 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Finite element; Bibliography; Pressure vessels; pipes; Linear and nonlinear static and dynamic analysis; Fracture mechanics; Contact problems; Thermal problems; Fluid–structure interaction; Welding

1. Introduction Pressure vessels and piping are widely used in reactor technology, the chemical industry, marine and space engineering. They often operate under extremes of high and low temperatures and high pressures, are becoming highly sophisticated and therefore also need advanced methods for their analyses. Advances are also made with materials applied for their fabrication. Concrete and composite materials are used more frequently in pressure vessels and their components to replace, in some cases, conventional steels. During the last three decades considerable advances have been made in the applications of numerical techniques to analyze pressure vessel and piping problems. Among the numerical procedures, finite element methods are the most frequently used. Pressure vessel and piping analyses may have a variety of phases such as: elastic stress and deformation analysis
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where both mechanical and thermal loads may be applied; heat transfer analysis; dynamic analysis; plastic and creep analysis; etc. There is in existence a large number of general purpose and special purpose finite element programs available to cope with each phase of the analysis. This review on the subject is divided into the following parts and it concerns: † linear and nonlinear, static and dynamic, stress and deflection analyses (STR) † stability problems (STA) † thermal problems (THE) † fracture mechanics problems (FRA) † contact problems (CON) † fluid–structure interaction problems (FLU) † manufacturing of pipes and tubes (MAN) † welded pipes and pressure vessel components (WEL) † development of special finite elements for pressure vessels and pipes (ELE) † finite element software (SOF) † other topics (OTH) The status of finite element literature published between 1976 and 2004, and divided into the categories described above, is illustrated in Fig. 1. Data presented in this figure

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Materials under consideration: steels; stainless steels; aluminium; composites; polymers; filament wound composites; fibre-reinforced composites; polymer matrix composites; titanium; foam filled aluminum tubes; steel reinforced plastics; structural foams. 2.2. Stability problems(STA)
Fig. 1. Finite elements and various topics in pressure vessels and piping (1976–2004).

include published technical papers in the primary literature; this means papers appearing in the various general and specialized journals, conference proceedings as well as theses and dissertations. If we take the number of published papers as a measure of research activity in these various subjects, we can see the priority trend in research. This paper is organized into two parts. In the first, each subject listed above is briefly described by keywords where current trends in application of finite element techniques are mentioned. The second part, Appendix A, is a listing of references on papers published in the open literature for the period 2001–2004, retrieved from the author’s database MAKEBASE [4,5]. Readers interested in the finite element literature in general are referred to [6] or to the author’s Internet Finite Element Book Bibliography(http://www. solid.ikp.liu.se/fe/index.html). The presented bibliography is an addendum to the author’s earlier bibliographies [1–3]. Also the bibliography on creep and creep fracture/damage finite element modelling [7] may be of interest.

Stability problems are the main subject of this section Other topics included are: static and dynamic buckling; thermal buckling; inelastic buckling pressure; inelastic local buckling; buckling response to seismic loading; creepinduced buckling; critical, buckling strains; buckling of cracked components; post-buckling analysis; buckle propagation; bending instabilities; stability for cone–cylinder intersections. Applications to: pipes; tubes; pipelines; linepipes; reeled pipe-in-pipe; pressure vessel components. Materials: steels; low-alloy steels; aluminium; composites; titanium. 2.3. Thermal problems (THE) Heat transfer problems and thermomechanical finite element analyses are the main subjects of this section. The following topics are also included: thermal loading and temperature cycling; temperature attenuation; thermal shock; pressurized thermal shock; heat transfer analysis; convective heat and mass transfer; turbulent forced convection and thermal radiation; thermal stratification; thermal striping; freezing problems; creep; local creep; high-temperature structural integrity procedures; design for elevated temperature service; thermal fatigue; fire performance; thermal management studies; parametric studies. Applications to: pipes; tubes; pipelines; boiler tubes; banks of tubes; tube coolant piping systems; tube condenser; pressure vessels; reactor pressure vessels; cryogenic pressure vessels; heat exchanger components; heated sterilizers; tube–fin exchangers; bellows; tanks; valves; subsea flowlines. Materials: steels; concrete; composites; polymers; ceramics; thermal insulations. 2.4. Fracture mechanics problems(FRA) In this section fracture mechanics and fatigue problems are handled. The listing of references in the Appendix includes: linear and nonlinear 2D and 3D static and dynamic fracture mechanics problems; mechanical and thermal loading; macromechanical and micromechanical modelling; global/local analysis; crack tip opening; crack growth and propagation; delamination growth; crack arrest behaviour; stress corrosion cracks; multiple cracks; microcracking; fracture toughness; strength; shear strength; cleavage fracture; burst pressure prediction; predicting the failure pressure; prediction of crack coalescence; progressive

2. Finite elements in the analysis of pressure vessels and piping 2.1. Linear and nonlinear, static and dynamic, stress and deflection analyses (STR) The main topics included deal with the static and dynamic finite element analyses of pressure vessels, their components and piping, namely: stress and deformation analysis; 2D and 3D linear elastic static and dynamic analysis; material and geometrical nonlinear static and dynamic analysis; seismic response analysis; impact analysis; response to detonation loading; damping characteristics; analysis of residual stresses; shakedown analysis; vibroacoustical analysis; mechanical behaviour studies; local mechanical behaviour studies; determining plastic and limit loads; stress concentration factors; stiffness evaluation; wrinkling; probabilistic studies. Applications to: pipes; tubes; pipelines; tubesheets; piping elbows; pressure vessel components; containment vessels; pressure vessel heads; reactor vessel heads; nozzle models; thick-walled cylinders; reinforcing pads; tubular structures; saddle supports; anchorage.

fracture behaviour of welds. tubular hydroforming. 2. temperature distribution. cold drawing. stainless steels. fatigue problems. polymers. submerged pipes. stress intensity factors.6. concrete. drainage systems. pipelines. benchmark experiments. elbows. stainless steels. creep induced contact and stress evolution. semi-solid extrusion. The main topics listed are: material characteristics and formability. study of forming parameters. steel reinforced plastics. life assessment. tubes. butt welds. pressure vessels. Applications to: pipes. waveguide scattering by cracks. 2. heat transfer analysis. composites. ultrasonic welding. leak-beforebreak analysis. dynamic analysis of fluid-filled pipes. modal vibration suppression. boltup and disassembly process. stainless steels. elbows. hot roll sizing milling. dual hydroforming. bending problems. moment resistance. rubber. external flange loads. Mackerle / International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 82 (2005) 571–592 573 crushing.8. local failure modes. study of gaps between components. flexibility analysis. determination of the coefficient of friction. 3D elements for saddle support pressure vessels. lubrication mechanisms.7. gasketed and non-gasketed flanged pipes. special element for the study of . flow induced vibration failure. Applications to manufacturing of: pipes. polymers. Welded pipes and pressure vessel components(WEL) The subjects in the simulation of welding processes included here are: 2D and 3D thermomechanical analysis. multi-pass welding. planetary rolling. load capacity of corroded pipes. stainless steels. titanium. Materials: steels. residual stresses caused by welding. power plant components. sandwich composites. pipe inspection. pipe flange connections. 2. tube–gusset plate connections. limit load solutions. T-shape tubes. defect assessment at elevated temperature. damage tolerance. tube-to-tubesheet joints. tubesheetto-channel connections. elements for generalized in-plane pipe loading. polymers. aluminium. Materials: steels. lapped shear joints. electromagnetic bulging. pipelines. stick-slip and stick-slipseparation. foam fillings. creep rupture. structural integrity assessment. 2. flaw detection. reliability analysis. Applications to: pipes. contact pressure due to thermal loading. aluminium. progressive damage. determination of welding pressure. toroidal shells. material fracture testing. linepipes. microalloyed steels. heat exchangers. The element types included are: modelling experiences with various types of elements. pipe and tube elements. determination of forming limit. lateral contact stiffness. ferrule strap connections. tearing failure. cold pilgering. piping branch junctions. tubes. bellows. instability analysis in shells conveying fluid. elbow elements. pressure vessels. thermal fatigue. friction welding. bulge forming. Applications to: pipes. linepipes. shell elements. fluids. estimation of sealing performance. tubes. drawing. tube bundles. integrity evaluation methods. failure models for puncture. tubes. Fluid–structure interaction problems (FLU) The main topics include: coupled fluid–structure response analyses. sleeve repair welding. critical fracture energy. bolted flanged joints. tube flaring. composites. tubesheet assembly. fixtures design. pressurized cylinders.J. laser tube bending. dynamic and thermal loading. NDT. roller levelling. aluminium. fracture mechanics in welding. hydrostatic tube bulging. bonded connections. Manufacturing of pipes and tubes(MAN) The finite element simulation of manufacturing processes is the subject of this section. braided composites. nozzle– sphere connections. nozzle–shell junctions. prediction of welding parameters.5. life prediction. junctions under pressure and bending. reactor pressure vessels. analysis of pipes conveying fluids. long seam welds. weld fatigue. tube-nosing process. rotationally molding. tube-to-tubesheets. dents. references dealing with development as well as applications of special finite elements used for analyses of pressure vessels and piping systems are given. stub–flange joints. damage. stress concentration factor. perforated plates. pressure vessels. Development of special finite elements for pressure vessels and pipes(ELE) In this section. J-integral. fracture mechanics in material processing. fracture mechanics parameters. pipe bends. Other subjects under consideration are: behaviour of joints to static. fluid induced vibration problems. radial–axial deformations of pipes conveying fluid. pressure vessels. Materials: steels. Contact problems(CON) 2D and 3D finite element studies of static and dynamic contact problems dealing with pipes and pressure vessels are included in this section. necking and bursting. creep behaviour of welds. cladding materials. gas pipelines. bend-stretching forming. composites. extrusion. cold bending. austenitic steels. polymers. shell elements for collapse load analysis. composites. pressure vessel components. shear joining. flanged connections for high-temperature applications. contact elements. zircaloy. pipelines. joining by curing. local stress effect. casting. fold formation. weld testing. prepregs welding. outward curling. seamless tubes. flow stress determination. deep-water pipelines. 2. tubes. titanium. Materials: steels. Welding of: pipes. wave–seabed–pipe interaction.9. Materials: steels. pressure vessels. branch junctions. interlaminar and intralaminar damage. girth welds.

if a specific paper is relevant to several subject categories. 8. soil–structure interaction. ASME Press Vess Piping Conf. Also COMPENDEX has been checked. No. 14. integrated systems to small. and are sorted alphabetically according to the first author’s name. Mode conversion of longitudinal and torsional guided modes due to pipe bends. Borvik T. Mackerle / International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 82 (2005) 571–592 drag chains.212(1/3):133–44. PVP 2002. the same reference is listed under the respective section headings.458:309–12. A bibliography (2001–2004) This bibliography provides a list of literature references on finite element analysis of pressure vessel structures/ . Mechanical behavior of a branch pipe subjected to out-of-plane bending load. PVP 2002. 11. De Sousa JRM. software for lifetime assessment. thousands of finite element software packages exist and new programs are under development. buried structures. 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