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On the selection of allowable stresses in the strength analysis of structures for cryogenic applications

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The methods developed at the Pisarenko Institute of Problems of Strength of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine for determining the allowable stresses for structural elements operating at cryogenic temperatures are considered. The methods make it possible to take into account the effect of the low-temperature hardening and the softening electromagnetic action on the value of allowable stresses.

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Translated from Problemy Prochnosti, No. 5, pp. 84–100, September–October, 2010.

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Strizhalo, V.A., Novogrudskii, L.S. On the selection of allowable stresses in the strength analysis of structures for cryogenic applications. Strength Mater 42, 544–556 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11223-010-9244-y

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Keywords

  • allowable stresses
  • cryogenic temperature
  • low-temperature hardening
  • electric current pulses