Temperature and Pressure Dependent Creep Stress Analysis of Spherical Shell
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Department of Mathematics, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, Punjab, India
Research Scholar, I.K.G. Punjab Technical University Kapurthala, Punjab, India
Online publication date: 2019-03-12
Publication date: 2019-03-01
International Journal of Applied Mechanics and Engineering 2019;24(1):105-115
In the present paper, we have studied the temperature and pressure dependent creep stress analysis of spherical shell. The review is critical to enhance the warm resistance of spherical shells in high-temperature conditions. The effect of different parameters was studied and it was noticed that the parameter n has a significant influence on the creep stresses and strain rates. Creep stresses and strain rates are ascertained on the premise of summed up strain measures and Seth’s transition hypothesis. This investigation is completed to demonstrate the impacts of temperature on the creep stresses and strain rates in the spherical shell. The resulting quantities are computed numerically and depicted graphically. It has been watched that the spherical shell made of an incompressible material is on more secure side of configuration when contrasted with the shell made of a compressible material.
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