Accession Number : ADA304537
Title : Thin-Metal Lined PRD 49-III Composite Vessels.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.,
Corporate Author : BOEING AEROSPACE CO SEATTLE WA RESEARCH AND ENGINEERING DIV
Personal Author(s) : Hoggatt, J. T.
PDF Url : ADA304537
Report Date : JAN 1974
Pagination or Media Count : 145
Abstract : In this program a total of 22 - 8 in diameter PRD-49-3 filament wound vessels were evaluated for burst strength and fatigue performance. Eighteen vessels contained a 0.003 in (0.0762 mm) thick 321 stainless steel liner for fluid containment while the remaining four had elastomeric liners. Six of the metal-lined tanks were burst tested at +70 deg F (+21 deg C). The final vessel design with a metallic liner gave an average burst pressure of 2560 psi and an average performance factor (PV/W) of 1.75 x 10 to the 6th inch. Twelve metal-lined vessels were cycled at strain levels equivalent to 50% and 75% of ultimate at +70 F (+21 C) All these vessels leaked in a relatively few cycles (20-60 cycles) with failure occurring in all cases in the metallic liner. The thin liner would de-bond from the composite and buckle during depressurization. No composite failures or indications of impending composite failures were obtained in the metal-lined vessels.
Descriptors : *FIBER REINFORCED COMPOSITES, *ELASTOMERS, *EPOXY RESINS, STRESS STRAIN RELATIONS, METALS, FILAMENT WOUND CONSTRUCTION, COMPOSITE MATERIALS, ACOUSTIC WAVES, STAINLESS STEEL, COMPOSITE STRUCTURES, MATRIX MATERIALS, STRAIN(MECHANICS), LININGS, PRESSURE VESSELS, SOLVENTS, FATIGUE(MECHANICS), DESIGN CRITERIA, CYCLIC LOADS, BURSTING STRENGTH.
Subject Categories : Laminates and Composite Materials
Elastomers and Rubber
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE