Unformatted text preview: PrDIJIBI'II 3.3-4 A thin—walled cylindrical pressure vessel of radius r is
subjected simultaneoule to internal gas pressure p and a cmnpressive force F acting at the ends [see ﬁgme}. F F
What should be the magnitude of the force F in order to produce
pure shear in the 1wall nf the cylinder? FDR PURE SHEAR, the stresses 0'1 and 0'2 must be
equal in magnitude and opposite in sign (see, e.g., l__l ' _ ' '
F :1 _ . I: F F1g.‘lr ll 1n3ectrnr113}.
0'1 = —-11I'2
r = Radius t _ _1—:ﬂ
= Internal ssure
p pre Salvefc-IF: 31111.34—
Smassss (ssE Ens. 3-5 AND 3—6}: =lm
(F1 = T 0'2 [[1 er_pr F “'2: ——— ——— masses-r: I
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