Stress-strain state and energy capacity of a shell-type accumulator of mechanical energy
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A method of calculating the technologically feasible AME of the shell type with a filler for the given axial and polar dimensions was proposed.
It was shown that in the examined variants, the higher energy capacity em=0.865 is obtained in the case of the AME whose shell and ring materials are identical and which has the highest specific strength (organic plastic).
For the AME without the force interaction between the shell and the ring, the specific energy capacity may be near unity as a result of the reduction of the mass of the shell.
KeywordsSpecific Energy Force Interaction Mechanical Energy Specific Strength Polar Dimension
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