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Technological Means of Ensuring High Structural Strength of Welded Containers Made from Thin-Sheet High-Strength Steels,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The document is concerned with the approximation of structural strength of a real container to the maximum strength of an ideal container. Hydrostatic buckling is used to test thin-walled welded containers made from high-strength materials. The technology for manufacturing these containers the authors say should include reducing the irregularity of physical properties in the weld zone, eliminating stress concentrators there also, and reducing the sensitivity of the base metal to the presence of stress concentrators. Author
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