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Minimum thickness of cylindrical shells under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on outer diameter

Two cylinders in contact under load: parallel axes: Hertz's theory

Cylinder in contact in a cylindrical socket under load: Hertz's theory

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two ellipsoidal heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Minimum thickness of cylindrical shells under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on inner diameter

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two hemispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical storage bin: with bottom cone: with flat top head: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two torispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two torispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Junction between the large end of a cone and a cylinder: with knuckle: cone and cylinder with constant thicknesses: under internal pressure

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two spherically dished heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two hemispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Minimum thickness of: spherical shells: spherical parts of shells: hemispherical ends: central zone of torispherical ends: spherical knuckles of cones to cylinders: under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on inner radius

Minimum thickness of: ellipsoidal ends: under internal pressure

Cylinder in contact on a flat plate under load: Hertz's theory

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two ellipsoidal heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Required thickness of conical shells: under internal pressure: Calculation based on outside diameter

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two hemispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

W.R.C. Bulletin 297-Aug.84,Supplement to WRC Bulletin No. 107: Local Stresses in Cylindrical Shells Due to External Loadings on a Radial Flush Nozzle: Loads specified at nozzle/wall intersection

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two spherically dished heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Piping, drums, and headers made from pipe: Plain end (unthreaded) pipe: No openings to reinforce per PG-52 or PG-53

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two ellipsoidal heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Required thickness of conical shells: under internal pressure: Calculation based on inside diameter

W.R.C. Bulletin 297-Aug.84,Supplement to WRC Bulletin No. 107: Local Stresses in Cylindrical Shells Due to External Loadings on a Radial Flush Nozzle: Pressure stresses per BS5500 G.2.3.5.2(a): (radial load should not include pressure end load)

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two spherically dished heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Junction between the large end of a cone and a cylinder: without a knuckle: cone and cylinder with constant thicknesses: under internal pressure

Piping, drums, and headers made from plate: Reinforcement of openings in a definite pattern at equal pitch (or equitriangular arrangement)

Piping, drums, and headers made from plate: No openings to reinforce per PG-52 or PG-53

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two torispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Minimum thickness of: torispherical ends: under internal pressure

Cylindrical storage bin: with bottom cone: with torispherical top head: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical storage bin: with bottom cone: with ellipsoidal top head: filled volume: as a function of content height

Piping, drums, and headers made from pipe: Reinforcement of openings in a definite pattern at equal pitch (or equitriangular arrangement)

Two cylinders in contact under load: axes at right angles: Hertz's theory

Minimum thickness of: spherical shells: spherical parts of shells: hemispherical ends: central zone of torispherical ends: spherical knuckles of cones to cylinders: under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on outer radius

Two cylinders in contact under load: parallel axes: Hertz's theory

Cylinder in contact in a cylindrical socket under load: Hertz's theory

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two ellipsoidal heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Minimum thickness of cylindrical shells under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on inner diameter

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two hemispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical storage bin: with bottom cone: with flat top head: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two torispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two torispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Junction between the large end of a cone and a cylinder: with knuckle: cone and cylinder with constant thicknesses: under internal pressure

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two spherically dished heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two hemispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Minimum thickness of: spherical shells: spherical parts of shells: hemispherical ends: central zone of torispherical ends: spherical knuckles of cones to cylinders: under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on inner radius

Minimum thickness of: ellipsoidal ends: under internal pressure

Cylinder in contact on a flat plate under load: Hertz's theory

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two ellipsoidal heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Required thickness of conical shells: under internal pressure: Calculation based on outside diameter

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two hemispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

W.R.C. Bulletin 297-Aug.84,Supplement to WRC Bulletin No. 107: Local Stresses in Cylindrical Shells Due to External Loadings on a Radial Flush Nozzle: Loads specified at nozzle/wall intersection

Cylindrical vessel: sloped: with two spherically dished heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Piping, drums, and headers made from pipe: Plain end (unthreaded) pipe: No openings to reinforce per PG-52 or PG-53

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two ellipsoidal heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Required thickness of conical shells: under internal pressure: Calculation based on inside diameter

W.R.C. Bulletin 297-Aug.84,Supplement to WRC Bulletin No. 107: Local Stresses in Cylindrical Shells Due to External Loadings on a Radial Flush Nozzle: Pressure stresses per BS5500 G.2.3.5.2(a): (radial load should not include pressure end load)

Cylindrical vessel: horizontal: with two spherically dished heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Junction between the large end of a cone and a cylinder: without a knuckle: cone and cylinder with constant thicknesses: under internal pressure

Piping, drums, and headers made from plate: Reinforcement of openings in a definite pattern at equal pitch (or equitriangular arrangement)

Piping, drums, and headers made from plate: No openings to reinforce per PG-52 or PG-53

Cylindrical vessel: vertical: with two torispherical heads: filled volume: as a function of content height

Minimum thickness of: torispherical ends: under internal pressure

Cylindrical storage bin: with bottom cone: with torispherical top head: filled volume: as a function of content height

Cylindrical storage bin: with bottom cone: with ellipsoidal top head: filled volume: as a function of content height

Piping, drums, and headers made from pipe: Reinforcement of openings in a definite pattern at equal pitch (or equitriangular arrangement)

Two cylinders in contact under load: axes at right angles: Hertz's theory

Minimum thickness of: spherical shells: spherical parts of shells: hemispherical ends: central zone of torispherical ends: spherical knuckles of cones to cylinders: under internal pressure: e/De<=0.16: Calculation based on outer radius