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Ductile tearing stability analysis of a ship structure containing a crack arrester strake

A. V Clark

Ductile tearing stability analysis of a ship structure containing a crack arrester strake

by A. V Clark

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Boulder, Colo, [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hulls (Naval architecture) -- Welding,
  • Structural stability,
  • Fracture mechanics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementA.V. Clark, Jr., D.T. Read
    SeriesNBSIR -- 85-3038
    ContributionsRead, D. T, United States. National Bureau of Standards
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14848743M

    A ship or any other freely floating body displaces its own weight of the liquid it is in when afloat. This weight (w) acts downward through the center of gravity of the body (G) and is resisted by an upward buoyant force (equal to w), which acts through the center of buoyancy (B) (see Figure C-1). (B) is the geometric center of the submerged volume displaced by the ship. COURSE OBJECTIVES. CHAPTER 6. 6. SHIP STRUCTURES. 1. Qualitatively describe: a. How shear stress is created in a ship structure. b. The effect of shear stress on a ship structure. c. why longitudinal bending is created in a ship structure. d. the effect of longitudinal bending moments on a ship structure. e.

      Abstract. In this chapter, mesoscopic ductile fracture models based on the void growth theory are briefly reviewed. A void growth fracture model in incremental form is derived based on the Rice–Tracey theory and the Miner’s rule, where the emphasis is the crack initiation rule and crack propagation is assumed to occur once a crack : Liang-Jiu Jia, Hanbin Ge. 2. Dr. Aniruddha moitra Material Technology Division “Study of Ductile-Brittle Transition Temperature of 9Cr-1Mo Steels”: Defining the ductile to brittle transition temperature (DBTT) below which catastrophic failures occurring in structures made of ferritic steels is a .

    Learn ship structure and stability with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of ship structure and stability flashcards on Quizlet. Ship Stability and Ship Motion. Stability can also exist in ship structures via the strength of the material from which they are built. A material may be stressed or strained and not return to its initial form, thereby losing its sta-bility. Hence there is a link between Ship Stability and Ship Strength.


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EMBED. EMBED (for hosted blogs and item tags) Want more. Advanced embedding details, examples, and help. No_Favorite. share. Get this from a library. Ductile tearing stability analysis of a ship structure containing a crack arrester strake. [A V Clark; D T Read; United States.

National Bureau of Standards.]. Summary. The ductile tearing instability assessment and Failure Assessment Diagram methods were compared by computing a critical flaw size of a postulated crack in the Shippingport reactor pressure vessel.

Elastic-plastic FEA using 3D crack meshes computed the crack front J-integral values needed for both methods. The ductile tearing analysis, which takes advantage of the full J-R resistance curve and more toughness than using a sing le J IC value, can be performed with the Failure Assessment Diagram.

The analysis of deformation and failure of a standard smooth tensile specimen is used to characterize the material and identify critical damage parameters for ductile tearing.

Ductile crack growth. So far, the static analysis of arresters has proven satisfactory for aircraft structures, because (1) fast crack growth in aluminum alloys is still rdatively S1OW (in the order of ftlsec) and (2) thin aluminum plates ShOW an increasing crack resistance as the crack extends.

The ductile tearing process occurs from the coalescence of growing voids ahead of the crack front. At metallurgical scales (≲50 μm), the formation and growth of such voids likely alters the local stress fields acting on the nearby inclusions that trigger cleavage by: Charpy impact energy of functionally graded steels with crack arrester configuration (Fig.

1b) which has been investigated at 18 °C showed that the closer the notch tip to the tougher layers, the higher the impact energy. Since functionally graded steels are made of different structures, investigations on DBTT seem by: (G) in a nonlinear elastic body that contains a crack.

Laboratory measurement of J for a growing crack is defined by ASTM E Figure shows a typical J-R curve for a ductile material. During loading, crack blunting occurs at the early stage, and the crack starts growing at a critical Size: 3MB.

This paper contains a brief description of the work the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has undertaken in the field of intact and damage stability, principally by the Sub-Committee on Stability and Load Lines and on Fishing Vessels Safety (SLF), with particular emphasis on developments just finalized or currently Size: KB.

The procedure is applied to surface flaws to simulate ductile crack extension under ductile tearing and show the evolution of the initial flaw shape.

Results show that both, initially semi-circular and initially semi-elliptical flaws develop towards the same shape in by: 1. A proper understanding of this fracture behavior is important to the development of a three-dimensional fracture criterion for general stable tearing crack growth in ductile materials.

In this paper, the phenomenon of crack tunneling during stable tearing crack growth in a single-edge crack specimen is investigated by considering the effect of Cited by: The Trim and Stability Book may contain details of centres of gravity for all containers, or individual stacks or bays.

However, if an assumed mean value for the centre of gravity of a bay, or stack, is used, it is important to know how the average has been arrived at.

This is a simplified statement but, like brittle fault zones, ductile shear zones usually contain a number of smallscale structures that indicate the sense of shear. - Often also, they transport fluid, dilate and may host mineralization.

Definition Ductile shear zones are long and narrow zones of relative displacement. They are analogous to faultsFile Size: 2MB. The practical significance of crack arrest will be demonstrated concerning ships, airplanes, pipelines, penstocks and mentioned for components of power plants.

The measurement of the Crack Arrest Fracture Toughness K Ia by testing three point bend specimens will be : Thomas Varga, Günther Schneeweiss. ITY REQUIREMENTS This subsection describes detail of intact stability requirements of the rules which the ship must comply with. GENERAL STABILITY REQUIREMENTS The stability curves are to comply with the following requirements in Fig 1) Area A₁ is to be not less than m・rad.

2) Area A₂ is to be not less than m・ Size: KB. (see Rules for Classification and Construction, I - Ship Technology, Part 0 - Classification and Surveys).

Reproduction by printing or photostatic means is only permissible with the consent of. structures of ships, the Ship Structure Committee has sponsored a study of crack arrestors at the University of Illinois.

Herewith is a copy of this projec~s Final Report, SSC-1 22, Behavior of,Riveted 1 ——.—and Welded Crack— Arrestors, by R. Mosborg. This project has been conducted under the advisory guid-ance of the Ship Structure S&ommittee. ductile and operating on the toughness upper shelf, a ductile tearing instability fracture assessment can be used to evaluate the cracked piping bend and cylinder.

The benefit of a ductile tearing instability analysis is a larger critical crack size or higher critical load by using the full J R curve instead of a single. Ship structural details are subject to various loads and combinations of loads: axial, bending, shear, cyclic, and dynamic.

They connect structure that is part of the basic hull girder, structure that is designed for overload, and structure of secondary importance. Ship structural details. Get access to the paper The critical flaw size is computed for a cracked nozzle in a reactor pressure vessel using a ductile tearing instability assessment and is compared to the Failure Assessment Diagram method.

A material resistance J-R curve and elastic-plastic finite element analyses are used to evaluate the crack stability.

The expectation is that the critical crack size will be larger Author: Greg Thorwald.This reference book illustrates the basic principles of stability and how to calculate stabil - ity.

It is a guide to understanding and interpreting vessel stability calculations. Stability problems are highlighted in the form of case studies with examples of both improving and deteriorating changes in stability.A Special Purpose Ship means a mechanically self-pro-pelled ship of not less than gross tonnage which, by reason of its function, carries on board more than 12 special personnel, including passengers i.e.

persons who are specially needed for the particular operational duties of the ship .