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Parametric plastic collapse loads and their validation for horizontal saddle supported storage vessels

Spence, J. and Nash, D.H. (2003) Parametric plastic collapse loads and their validation for horizontal saddle supported storage vessels. In: International Conference on Design, Inspection, Maintenance and Operation of Cylindrical Steel Tanks and Pipelines, 2003-10-08 - 2003-10-11.

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Abstract

In general, progressive plastic collapse occurs in vessels with low values of R/t ratio, typically less than 200, and elastic-plastic buckling is observed in vessels with higher R/t ratios. The aim of this paper is to examine various theoretical analyses for plastic collapse loads, applicable to vessels with low values of R/t ratio, and compare these with the experimental results obtained by the authors and others.