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Pressure Vessels Introduction

Introduces the concept and examples of pressure vessels, giving a nod to the importance of the ASME code. Then dives in to deriving and comparing the hoop and longitudinal stress formulas based on basic pressure, wall thickness, and stress assumptions.

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Nancy Huang : Pressure vessel supplier:http:// www.glmhead.com

Vishank : Hello! Can you please explain how the area in hoop stress equal Di*length and not Pi*r*l? Thanks already!

Lawrence Tannenbaum : I'm probably wrong, but isn't the surface area of a sphere = 4*π * r2 and the area of each 1/2 sphere = 2πr2?

Young Seob Won : Can anybody tell me about the program in 5:25?

Uk Dave : This is truly a good video for beginners. I request seniors to upload or send similar videos on advanced design/construction.

umang.201078@gmail.com

Aleksandrs Naumovs : ok....longitudinal stress is 1/2 of the hoop stress. Clearly that is the case since pressure vessels rupture along the axis of symmetry. Ok got that...now why exactly a sphere is a better engineering solution? For given pressure it induces 2x as much stress in the hoop direction than the axial direction. If anything the conclusion should be: a cylinder is a great variation of sphere and the axial stress is less than the hoop stress, which is quite fortunate.

BTW...wouldn't you ant to calculate a combined Von Messes stress? I mean...you are stretched in Y and -Y and also X and -X (only 50% less). Still...shouldn't that add up to a resulting means tress which is a sum of the two directions?

Allan Bancroft : id like to make a rectangular pressure vessel to hold 60 PSI measuring L=8.25 ' W=4.5' H=1' but am uncertain if this concept is possible. This vessel will not have heat applied and is for casting purposes. any thoughts?

Solids: Lesson 36 - Intro to Thin Walled Pressure Vessels

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This is Lesson 36 in Dr. Hanson's online solids course series.

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Adam Kyngdon : University of Wollongong

Nikhar Maharaj : Good day, if a cylindrical pressure vessel is open, would there still be hoop stress?

Nancy Huang : Learning knowledge can make people happy

Daniel Cooney : cool

Jesus Kevin Zamora : Saint Mary's University - Philippines

zain shaukat : University of New South Wales - Sydney

Nicorami57 : University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas

ryan rinn : Great video

Cris Sloan : University of Colorado - Denver

Two years late. Thank you so much for all of these course videos. Your statics, dynamics, and solids course videos have helped me really understand--better than any other videos--the breakdown of problems and how to solve them.

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07.1 Thin walled pressure vessels

Concept Introduction:

Calculate stresses in thin-walled pressure vessels

Andri Y : It makes basic knowledge more strong. Thank you very much sir..

Rlikemoney : The fire fighters are not a pressure vessel lol. Thanks for the information. Great video!

Shubham Agrawal : Great

Tajbhi Ull Haque : sir why the resistance force is only from the cut surface, not from the curved area?

Let's Learn : Great Job Sir

Jaswanth Kumar : Thanq sir

T C : If im to design a pressure vessel and am solving for the pressure given the yield strength in psi, diameter, and wall thickness. How would I go about that?

Is it as simple as plugging it in to the formulas and solving for P? obviously taking the lower value of P from the hoop stress?

cyrilv1703 : Beautifully explained as a concept. I just had one doubt, why, when the pressure is being transformed into a force, the area calculation for the same is shown as A = 2r * dx, instead of A = pi * r * dx; since it's a half circle and the area on which the pressure is acting has the length equivalent to the inner circumference of the half circle. Just a query and it would be really helpful if you could clarify that. Thank you.

Muhammad Abdullah Amer : Thanks sir. It was good, precise and had 0 useless jokes. It helped a great deal. Much appreciated.

Entropy Z : Very well spoken and straight to the point. Excellent video

Introduces the concept and examples of pressure vessels, giving a nod to the importance of the ASME code. Then dives in to deriving and comparing the hoop and longitudinal stress formulas based on basic pressure, wall thickness, and stress assumptions.

Kontec Trading Co : Great video.

Kontec Trading Co is leading water treatment companies in Dubai, UAE. For more information on industrial Water Treatment Plant at kontec.ae

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ox1eAgLqY-I&t=5s

Visit our website to know more : https://www.kontec.ae

Nancy Huang : Pressure vessel supplier:http:// www.glmhead.com

Vishank : Hello! Can you please explain how the area in hoop stress equal Di*length and not Pi*r*l? Thanks already!

Lawrence Tannenbaum : I'm probably wrong, but isn't the surface area of a sphere = 4*π * r2 and the area of each 1/2 sphere = 2πr2?

Young Seob Won : Can anybody tell me about the program in 5:25?

Uk Dave : This is truly a good video for beginners. I request seniors to upload or send similar videos on advanced design/construction.

umang.201078@gmail.com

Aleksandrs Naumovs : ok....longitudinal stress is 1/2 of the hoop stress. Clearly that is the case since pressure vessels rupture along the axis of symmetry. Ok got that...now why exactly a sphere is a better engineering solution? For given pressure it induces 2x as much stress in the hoop direction than the axial direction. If anything the conclusion should be: a cylinder is a great variation of sphere and the axial stress is less than the hoop stress, which is quite fortunate.

BTW...wouldn't you ant to calculate a combined Von Messes stress? I mean...you are stretched in Y and -Y and also X and -X (only 50% less). Still...shouldn't that add up to a resulting means tress which is a sum of the two directions?

Allan Bancroft : id like to make a rectangular pressure vessel to hold 60 PSI measuring L=8.25 ' W=4.5' H=1' but am uncertain if this concept is possible. This vessel will not have heat applied and is for casting purposes. any thoughts?

Solids: Lesson 36 - Intro to Thin Walled Pressure Vessels

Top 15 Items Every Engineering Student Should Have!

1) TI 36X Pro Calculator https://amzn.to/2SRJWkQ

2) Circle/Angle Maker https://amzn.to/2SVIOwB

3) Engineering Paper https://amzn.to/2K7vYbP

4) Mechanical Pencils 40pk https://amzn.to/2GGRG4y

5) Desk/Bed Clamp Reading Light https://amzn.to/2YzN5qG

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10) Wireless Mouse https://amzn.to/2ROkY5Y

11) Multicolor Pen/Pencil https://amzn.to/3331AXy

12) Portable Charger https://amzn.to/2RsitHG

13) Backpack Rain Cover https://amzn.to/2Gq4ATM

14) Amazon Dot https://amzn.to/2Gs42g4

15) Portable Bluetooth Speaker https://amzn.to/3aIMZV0

This video is NOT sponsored. Some product links are affiliate links which mean if you buy something we'll receive a small commission.

Follow me on Instagram https://instagram.com/jeff_hanson_phd

Please consider supporting the channel by subscribing, commenting, and liking each video. This moves these videos up the search list and helps me greatly. Thank you for watching.

My Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/Jeff_Hanson Please help keep the free videos coming by donating. Thank you for the many blessings.

This is Lesson 36 in Dr. Hanson's online solids course series.

This video is copyrighted by the Jeff Hanson for the private use of our audience. Any other use of this video or any pictures, descriptions, or accounts of the video without written consent from Jeff Hanson is strictly prohibited.

These videos are not formally endorsed by Texas Tech University. These video resources shall not imply nor infer official representation or approval of or endorsement by Texas Tech University.

Adam Kyngdon : University of Wollongong

Nikhar Maharaj : Good day, if a cylindrical pressure vessel is open, would there still be hoop stress?

Nancy Huang : Learning knowledge can make people happy

Daniel Cooney : cool

Jesus Kevin Zamora : Saint Mary's University - Philippines

zain shaukat : University of New South Wales - Sydney

Nicorami57 : University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas

ryan rinn : Great video

Cris Sloan : University of Colorado - Denver

Two years late. Thank you so much for all of these course videos. Your statics, dynamics, and solids course videos have helped me really understand--better than any other videos--the breakdown of problems and how to solve them.

phearum or : I am from Texas Tech University.

07.1 Thin walled pressure vessels

Concept Introduction:

Calculate stresses in thin-walled pressure vessels

Andri Y : It makes basic knowledge more strong. Thank you very much sir..

Rlikemoney : The fire fighters are not a pressure vessel lol. Thanks for the information. Great video!

Shubham Agrawal : Great

Tajbhi Ull Haque : sir why the resistance force is only from the cut surface, not from the curved area?

Let's Learn : Great Job Sir

Jaswanth Kumar : Thanq sir

T C : If im to design a pressure vessel and am solving for the pressure given the yield strength in psi, diameter, and wall thickness. How would I go about that?

Is it as simple as plugging it in to the formulas and solving for P? obviously taking the lower value of P from the hoop stress?

cyrilv1703 : Beautifully explained as a concept. I just had one doubt, why, when the pressure is being transformed into a force, the area calculation for the same is shown as A = 2r * dx, instead of A = pi * r * dx; since it's a half circle and the area on which the pressure is acting has the length equivalent to the inner circumference of the half circle. Just a query and it would be really helpful if you could clarify that. Thank you.

Muhammad Abdullah Amer : Thanks sir. It was good, precise and had 0 useless jokes. It helped a great deal. Much appreciated.

Entropy Z : Very well spoken and straight to the point. Excellent video

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