Fracture mechanics of multilayer and reinforced spherical type pressure vessels at reduced test temperature
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The results of experimental investigations of the strength of spherical metal shells under internal hydrostatic loading are analyzed. The characteristic features of fracture of a spherical pressure vessel at a test temperature of 210–215 K are revealed.
KeywordsExperimental Investigation Characteristic Feature Fracture Mechanic Test Temperature Pressure Vessel
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