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The Resource Safety assessment of composite cylinders for gas storage by statistical methods : potential for design optimisation beyond limits of current regulations and standards, Georg W. Mair, (electronic book)

Safety assessment of composite cylinders for gas storage by statistical methods : potential for design optimisation beyond limits of current regulations and standards, Georg W. Mair, (electronic book)

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Safety assessment of composite cylinders for gas storage by statistical methods : potential for design optimisation beyond limits of current regulations and standards
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Safety assessment of composite cylinders for gas storage by statistical methods
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potential for design optimisation beyond limits of current regulations and standards
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Georg W. Mair
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Mair, Georg W
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662.88
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illustrations
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TP243
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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SpringerBriefs in Applied Sciences and Technology
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  • Gas cylinders
  • Gas cylinders
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Safety assessment of composite cylinders for gas storage by statistical methods : potential for design optimisation beyond limits of current regulations and standards, Georg W. Mair, (electronic book)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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multicolored
Contents
  • Foreword; Acknowledgements; Contents; Acronyms and Symbols; Abstract; 1 Introduction; Abstract; 1.1 Some History About Regulations for Pressure Vessels; 1.2 Significance of Minimum Burst Ratio Versus Service Strength; 1.3 Load Cycle Fatigue Sensitivity; 1.4 Residual Strength; 1.5 Slow Burst Test (SBT); 1.6 Probabilistic Approach (PA); Literature; 2 Test Procedures for Hydraulic Sample Testing; Abstract; 2.1 General Aspects Regarding Reproducibility of Test Procedures; 2.1.1 Reproducibility of Cycle Tests; 2.1.2 Reproducibility of Burs Tests
  • 2.2 Influence of Time on Quasi-Static Test Procedures to Rupture2.2.1 Burst Testing of Composite Cylinders; 2.2.2 Sustained Load Testing of Composite Cylinders; 2.3 The Slow Burst Test (SBT); 2.3.1 Development of the Slow Burst Test; 2.3.2 Experience with the Slow Burst Test; 2.4 Detailed Recommendations for a SBT-Procedure; 2.4.1 Sampling of Test Specimens (Composite Cylinders); 2.4.2 Test Parameters; 2.4.3 Test Procedures; 2.4.4 SBT-Procedure with Stepwise Pressure Increase; Literature; 3 Statistical Assessment of Sample Test Results; Abstract
  • 3.1 Introduction of the "BAM-Performance Chart" (SPC)3.1.1 The SPC for Burst Pressure; 3.1.2 The SPC for Time to Rupture; 3.1.3 The SPC for Load Cycles to Leakage; 3.2 Statistical Assessment of Sample Test Results; 3.2.1 Test Result from Rapid and Slow Burst Testing; 3.2.2 Test Results from Load Cycle Testing; 3.3 Determination of the Survival Rate of a Sample (SR); 3.3.1 SR Resulting from Burst and Slow Burst Sample Testing; 3.3.2 SR Resulting from Load Cycle Testing; 3.4 Transfer of Sample Results on a Population of Composite Cylinders; 3.4.1 Confidence Level and Confidence Interval
  • 3.4.2 Sample Evaluation in the SPC for the Burst Strength (Linear Scale)3.4.3 Sample Evaluation in the SPC for the Load Cycle Strength (Logarithmic Scale); 3.5 Aspects of Practical Use; 3.5.1 Influence of Gas Properties; 3.5.2 Aspects of the Accidental Loads; 3.5.2.1 Accident Load: Resistance of On-board Storage Cylinders Against Crash Loading; 3.5.2.2 Accident Load: Resistance Against Fire Engulfment; Literature; 4 Strength Degradation and Lifetime Assessment; Abstract; 4.1 Aspects of Load Cycle Fatigue Sensitivity; 4.1.1 Consideration for the Primary Failure of Composite Cylinders
  • 4.1.2 Load Cycle Sensitivity as Criterion for Classification of Design Types4.1.3 Assessment of the Leak-Before-Break Behaviour; 4.1.4 Strength Properties at "Beginning of Life"; 4.2 Experience with Artificial Ageing; 4.2.1 Residual Strength Testing Subsequent to Artificial Ageing (EoL); 4.2.2 Artificial Ageing Due to Hydraulic Load Cycles; 4.2.3 Artificial Ageing Due to Sustained Load at Elevated Temperature; 4.2.4 Artificial Ageing Due to Load Cycling with Gas; 4.3 Experience with In-Service Degradation; 4.3.1 Residual Strength in Terms of Hydraulic Load Cycles
  • 4.3.2 Residual Strength in Terms of Burst Pressure
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1 online resource (387 p.)
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9783319497105
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Safety assessment of composite cylinders for gas storage by statistical methods : potential for design optimisation beyond limits of current regulations and standards, Georg W. Mair, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Foreword; Acknowledgements; Contents; Acronyms and Symbols; Abstract; 1 Introduction; Abstract; 1.1 Some History About Regulations for Pressure Vessels; 1.2 Significance of Minimum Burst Ratio Versus Service Strength; 1.3 Load Cycle Fatigue Sensitivity; 1.4 Residual Strength; 1.5 Slow Burst Test (SBT); 1.6 Probabilistic Approach (PA); Literature; 2 Test Procedures for Hydraulic Sample Testing; Abstract; 2.1 General Aspects Regarding Reproducibility of Test Procedures; 2.1.1 Reproducibility of Cycle Tests; 2.1.2 Reproducibility of Burs Tests
  • 2.2 Influence of Time on Quasi-Static Test Procedures to Rupture2.2.1 Burst Testing of Composite Cylinders; 2.2.2 Sustained Load Testing of Composite Cylinders; 2.3 The Slow Burst Test (SBT); 2.3.1 Development of the Slow Burst Test; 2.3.2 Experience with the Slow Burst Test; 2.4 Detailed Recommendations for a SBT-Procedure; 2.4.1 Sampling of Test Specimens (Composite Cylinders); 2.4.2 Test Parameters; 2.4.3 Test Procedures; 2.4.4 SBT-Procedure with Stepwise Pressure Increase; Literature; 3 Statistical Assessment of Sample Test Results; Abstract
  • 3.1 Introduction of the "BAM-Performance Chart" (SPC)3.1.1 The SPC for Burst Pressure; 3.1.2 The SPC for Time to Rupture; 3.1.3 The SPC for Load Cycles to Leakage; 3.2 Statistical Assessment of Sample Test Results; 3.2.1 Test Result from Rapid and Slow Burst Testing; 3.2.2 Test Results from Load Cycle Testing; 3.3 Determination of the Survival Rate of a Sample (SR); 3.3.1 SR Resulting from Burst and Slow Burst Sample Testing; 3.3.2 SR Resulting from Load Cycle Testing; 3.4 Transfer of Sample Results on a Population of Composite Cylinders; 3.4.1 Confidence Level and Confidence Interval
  • 3.4.2 Sample Evaluation in the SPC for the Burst Strength (Linear Scale)3.4.3 Sample Evaluation in the SPC for the Load Cycle Strength (Logarithmic Scale); 3.5 Aspects of Practical Use; 3.5.1 Influence of Gas Properties; 3.5.2 Aspects of the Accidental Loads; 3.5.2.1 Accident Load: Resistance of On-board Storage Cylinders Against Crash Loading; 3.5.2.2 Accident Load: Resistance Against Fire Engulfment; Literature; 4 Strength Degradation and Lifetime Assessment; Abstract; 4.1 Aspects of Load Cycle Fatigue Sensitivity; 4.1.1 Consideration for the Primary Failure of Composite Cylinders
  • 4.1.2 Load Cycle Sensitivity as Criterion for Classification of Design Types4.1.3 Assessment of the Leak-Before-Break Behaviour; 4.1.4 Strength Properties at "Beginning of Life"; 4.2 Experience with Artificial Ageing; 4.2.1 Residual Strength Testing Subsequent to Artificial Ageing (EoL); 4.2.2 Artificial Ageing Due to Hydraulic Load Cycles; 4.2.3 Artificial Ageing Due to Sustained Load at Elevated Temperature; 4.2.4 Artificial Ageing Due to Load Cycling with Gas; 4.3 Experience with In-Service Degradation; 4.3.1 Residual Strength in Terms of Hydraulic Load Cycles
  • 4.3.2 Residual Strength in Terms of Burst Pressure
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1 online resource (387 p.)
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online
Isbn
9783319497105
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unknown
Other physical details
ill.
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
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