Accession Number : ADA953972
Title : Welding Test 194. Supplement. S.T.S. Cylinders Subjected to Explosive Impact.
Corporate Author : DAVID TAYLOR MODEL BASIN WASHINGTON DC
Report Date : MAY 1940
Pagination or Media Count : 11
Abstract : This test is a continuation of one previously authorized and reported. Its purpose was to determine the effect of spacing the longitudinal and peripheral stiffener rivets 6 diameters apart instead of 4-1/2 diameters as in the previous test. One additional cylinder, E, was constructed but with the rivets in the longitudinal and peripheral stiffeners spaced 6 diameters apart instead of 4-1/2 diameters. Punch marks were made approximately five inches apart encircling the cylinder at three levels and on the inside of the cylinder at the lowest level. Measurements were taken between alternate marks before and after impact in order to determine the permanent set in the metal. As in the previous test the model was filled with water and the charge of TNT, in this case 8 pounds, was suspended at the center of the model and exploded.
Descriptors : *Rivets, *Welding, Cylindrical bodies, Impact, Test methods, Explosion effects, Diameters, Space(Room)
Subject Categories : Metallurgy and Metallography
Couplers, Fasteners, and Joints
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE