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Review Problem A cylindrical, thin-walled, aluminum, pressure vessel and its contents are lifted by cables as shown below. The mean diameter of the cylinder is 600 mm and its wall thickness is 6 mm. The vessel is pressurized to 0.50 MPa and the vessel's mass is 102~kg/m. What is the orientation of the potential failure plane(s) at point A? Clearly indicate the orientations of the plane(s).
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Unformatted text preview: question(s) asked. Part of the discussion is to identify the needed information. Discussion Determine the state of stress at B. Determine the state of stress at D. Discussion Determine the deflection of point C. Discussion Determine the maximum load P that can be applied. Discussion Determine the maximum shear stress in the beam. Determine the maximum compressive stress in the beam. Discussion Determine the stress normal and perpendicular to the weld. Internal pressure Discussion Determine the required diameter for bar BC....
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