Pressure Vessel Design
Concepts and principles
This book derives from a 3 day intensive course on Pressure Vessel Design given regularly in the UK and around the world since 1986. It is written by experts in their field and although the main thrust of the Course has been directed to BS5500, the treatment of the material is of a general nature thus providing insight into other national standards.
Table of Contents
Preface. List of contributors. Introduction. Background analysis and introduction to shell theory. Plastic design concepts. Design by rule and design by analysis. Local loads, suports and mounting. Nozzle design and branch connections. Design rules for dished ends. The design of externally pressured vessels with BS5500. Fatigue aspects of pressure vessel design. Tubesheet design. Flange design. Progress towards a european standard. Index.
J Spence FRS is the Richard Snell Professor of Physics and a Regents Professor at Arizona State University.