## User: Tarashankar Sharma

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Hello,

I am Civil Engineer from Mumbai University and has a total of 2 years of experience in site engineering and valuation of immovable property.

Currently pursuing my Mtech from VJTI college in Project Management.

I am inter-college level chess champion.

Like to travel and explore new places.

Currently living in Mumbai with family.

Thanks for visiting my profile

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... No sir, I think in this problem all the quantities like Longitudinal and Hoop/Circumferential stress as well as strain, and volumetric strain is first calculated, so that bulk modulus can be found out.
In this problem, all the formulae of the thin cylindrical shell are covered.
Here you only need t ...

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... A cylinder 250 mm in diameter has a wall thickness of 5mm and is full of a fluid at atmospheric pressure. Its ends are closed by rigid plates and an axial compressive force of 80KN is applied to the cylinder so that the pressure of the fluid rises by 90 kPa. Calculate the bulk modulus of the fluid. ...

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... The thin walled cylindrical pressure vessel of inner diameter (d) and thickness (t) is subjected to an internal fluid pressure (p). If E=Young’s Modulus and μ=Poisson’s ratio, find the strains in the circumferential and longitudinal directions. Using these results compute the increase in diameter an ...

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... A cylindrical shell is 4 m long and has 1.3 m internal diameter, is subjected to an internal fluid pressure of 3 MPa. If the shell thickness is 10mm. Find the hoop stress and longitudinal stress
***Subject*** Strength of Materials
***Topic*** Thin Cylindrical and Spherical Shells
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... A cylindrical cells 3 m long closed at the ends having 1m of internal diameter is subjected to an internal pressure of 1.5 MPa. If the thickness of the shell wall is 15mm. Find the circumferential, longitudinal stress and maximum shear stress. Find the change in diameter, length and volume of the s ...

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