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Biomedical Engineering

, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 160–161 | Cite as

Strength testing of the body of a pressurized treatment chamber made of orthotropic two-layer fiberglass

  • I. E. Baranik
  • V. P. Khoroshilov
  • I. V. Kaminskii
  • T. A. Sultanov
  • V. P. Baldin
Research, Design, And Technology
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Conclusions

1. Fiberglass is a promising material for the bodies of medical pressure chambers for clinical use.

2. The limiting state of a two-layer chamber is not dependent on the relation between the principal stresses, unlike a multilayer shell of orthotropic fiberglass produced by separate longitudinal-transverse winding, whose limiting state in biaxial tension-tension stress is described by an arc of an ellipse in shell constructions. Consequently, a shell with a two-layer texture has a more rational design.

3. Allowance should be made for the edge effect in calculating the permissible stress from the short-term strength in order to determine the necessary thickness of the longitudinally placed layer with bracing rings of radius of curvature 5 mm.

Keywords

Principal Stress Rational Design Edge Effect Fiberglass Pressure Chamber 
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© Consultants Bureau 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. E. Baranik
  • V. P. Khoroshilov
  • I. V. Kaminskii
  • T. A. Sultanov
  • V. P. Baldin

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