Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Kharat and V. Kharat , V. Kulkarni Published This paper reviews some of the current developments in the determination of stress concentration factor in pressure vessels at openings. The literature has indicated a growing interest in the field of stress concentration analysis in the pressure vessels.
The effect of fiber volume fraction on filament wound composite pressure vessel strength
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The PVP Division honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the Division or the pressure vessels and piping profession. A number of awards have been established by the Division. Division Awards S.
A pressure vessel is a closed container designed to hold gases or liquids at a pressure substantially higher or lower than the ambient pressure. Examples include glassware, autoclaves, compressed gas cylinders, compressors including refrigeration , vacuum chambers and custom designed laboratory vessels. Pressure vessels, autoclaves and steam sterilizers operating at pressures greater than 15 pounds per square inch gauge psig and larger than five cubic feet ft3 volume fall within the Washington State Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. As such, they have strict requirements for design, testing and approval. The pressure differential between the inside and outside of the pressure vessel, whether created from chemical reaction, compressed gas, heating, chilling, cooling or vacuum, is a potential hazard.