A theoretical study has been made into the elastic behavior of a joint formed by the normal intersection of a right circular cylindrical shell with another of larger diameter. The wall of the larger cylinder is assumed to remain open inside the joint in order to give an arrangement which is encountered frequently in pressure vessels or pipeline intersections. An external bending moment which acts in the plane of the joint is applied to the nozzle cylinder and is equilibriated by moments of half this magnitude applied to either end of the parent cylinder. A solution for this loading has been obtained by assuming antisymmetric distributions of certain stresses across a plane transverse to the joint. The analysis presented is believed to be valid for nozzle to cylinder diameter ratios of less than 1:3. Numerical results are given for a number of cases having radius ratios of 1:10 and 1:4.
A Theoretical Study of the Elastic Behavior of Two Normally Intersecting Cylindrical Shells
J. W. Hansberry,
J. W. Hansberry
Division of Engineering, Brown University, Providence, R. I.
School of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
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Hansberry, J. W., and Jones, N. (August 1, 1969). "A Theoretical Study of the Elastic Behavior of Two Normally Intersecting Cylindrical Shells." ASME. J. Eng. Ind. August 1969; 91(3): 563–572. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3591631
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