Volume 36, Number 6, December 2018
|Page(s)||1202 - 1208|
|Published online||12 March 2019|
Buckling Analysis on a Pipe Conveying Fluid under Two Stresses
School of Mechanical Engineering, Taiyuan University of Science and Technology, Taiyuan 030024, China
2 School of Mechanics, Civil Engineering and Architecture, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710129, China
Pressure pipes have broad applications in aviation, space flight, mechanical engineering, industrial and civil architecture etc. Instability destruction is their main failure mode. Firstly, in this paper, a complex fluid-solid coupling problem was simplified as a buckling problem of a pipe under two stresses which were along the pipe wall. The two stresses consisted of a compressive stress which was perpendicular to the pipe wall and a tangential stress which was parallel to the pipe wall. Secondly, the buckling performs of the pressured pipe were discussed by finite element analysis method under a working state and an off-working state, respectively. Some obtained conclusions were drawn as follows by the analysis in this paper.1). Provided the tangential stress is unchanged, by increasing compressive stress eigenvalue buckling critical load increases and nonlinear buckling critical load decreases.2). Provided the compressive stress is unchanged, when the direction of the tangential stress is same as that of the axial pressure, by increasing the absolute value of tangential stress the buckling critical load decreases; provided the compressive stress is unchanged, when the direction of the tangential stress is in the opposite direction of the axial pressure, by increasing the absolute value of tangential stress the buckling critical load increases.
Key words: pipe / buckling / nonlinear / compressive stress / tangential stress
关键字 : 管道 / 屈曲 / 非线性 / 压应力 / 切应力
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