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Title Recent advances in design and usage of pressure vessels and piping components / Mahendra Kumar Samal, editor.
Imprint New York : Nova/Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2012]

Series Mechanical engineering theory and applications
Mechanical engineering theory and applications.
Subject Pressure vessels.
Pressure vessels -- Design and construction.
Piping -- Design and construction.
Alt Name Kumar Samal, Mahendra,
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record; title from PDF title page, viewed (07/15/2020).
English.
Contents RECENT ADVANCES IN DESIGN AND USAGE OF PRESSURE VESSELS AND PIPING COMPONENTS; MECHANICAL ENGINEERING THEORY AND APPLICATIONS; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA; CONTENTS; PREFACE; GLOBAL APPROACH VERSUS LOCAL APPROACHFOR CLEAVAGE CRACK ARREST; ABSTRACT; NOMENCLATURE; ABBREVIATIONS; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. MATERIAL AND EXPERIMENTS; 2.1. Material; 2.2. Thermal Shock Experiment on Precracked Disc; 2.3. Experimental Results; 2.3.1. Mechanical Results; 2.3.2. Fractographic Results; 3. GLOBAL APPROACH TO FRACTURE; 3.1. Numerical Procedures; 3.1.1. Geometry and Boundary Conditions.
3.1.2. Thermo-Mechanical Behavior3.1.3. Crack Speed Criterion; 3.2. Numerical Results; 3.2.1. Static Analyses; 3.2.2. Dynamic Analyses; 4. LOCAL APPROACH TO CRACK ARREST; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Critical Stress Criterion; 4.2.1. Definition; 4.2.2. Numerical Implementation; 4.2.3. Identification of the Critical Stress; 4.3. Results of 2D-Modeling; 4.3.1. Simulation of the Data Base; 4.3.2. Parametric Study; 4.4. 3D-Modeling; 4.4.1. Mesh and Boundary Conditions; 4.4.2. Crack Front Shape Prediction; 5. CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES.
ON THE PHENOMENON OF DELAYED HYDRIDE CRACKING IN ZIRCALOY PRESSURE TUBESUSED IN NUCLEAR INDUSTRYABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. THE DHC PHENOMENON; 3. MODELS OF DHC; 4. HYSTERESIS IN THE SOLUBILITY OF HYDROGENIN ZIRCONIUM; 5. SOLUBILITY HYSTERESIS AND DHC TESTING; 6. CONDITIONS FOR CRACK TIP HYDRIDE FRACTURE; 7. EFFECT OF IRRADIATION ON DHC BEHAVIOR; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; APPLICATION OF GLASS PRESSURE VESSELIN THE FORMULATION OF STRATEGIC PRODUCTS AND INVESTIGATION OF SOME UNDER-PRESSURE REACTIONS; ABSTRACT; 1. STICKY FOAMS; 2. AEROSOLIZATION OF MEDETOMIDINEHYDROCHLORIDE AS A ANESTHETIC.
3. ACTIVATED HYDROGEN PEROXIDE FOAMFOR DECONTAMINATION OF CHEMICALWARFARE AGENT STIMULANT4. FORMULATION OF LIQUID EXPLOSIVE FOAMBASED ON NITROMETHANE; 5. UNDER-PRESSURE REACTION OF TRICHLOROACETYLCHLORIDE AND ACRYLONITRILE IN THE PREPARATIONOF 3,5,6-TRICHLORO-2-PYRIDINOL; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; PRESSURE VESSELS DESIGN USING FEM SOFTWARES; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. ZERO FAILURE METHOD; 3. THE METHODOLOGY OF DESIGNING USINGFEM SOFTWARES; 3.1. Preprocessor; 3.2. Processor; 3.3. Post Processor; 4. ITERATIVE DESIGN PROCEDURE; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES.
A MULTIFACTORIAL APPROACH TO THE BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL. THE ROLE OF THE ASYMMETRICALORGANIZATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEMABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. BRAIN ASYMMETRY AND CARDIOVASCULAR CONTROL; 3. ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE IN BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL. INTERACTION WITH THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM; 4. ROLE OF DOPAMINE IN BLOOD PRESSURE CONTROL. INTERACTION WITH THE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN SYSTEM; 5. NEW INSIGHTS ON THE ROLE OF THE ASYMMETRICAL ORGANIZATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN THE CONTROLOF BLOOD PRESSURE.
ISBN 9781614701491 (eBook)
1614701490
9781613249789 (hardcover)
1613249780 (hardcover)
OCLC # 1162204450
Additional Format Print version: Recent advances in design and usage of pressure vessels and piping components New York : Nova Science Publishers, [2012] 9781613249789 (hardcover) (DLC) 2011052301



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