reinforcement at small end with internal pressure, 213-214 Cone lifting lugs, 416-419

Cones, formula, 16 Corrosion fatigue, 5 stress, 5 Creep deformation, 5 Critical force, 85 Critical length, 85 Critical load, 85 Critical stress, 85

Critical wind velocity, 244, 246, 249

Cross braces, 110 Cylinders

See also Cone-cvlinder intersections calculating proportions, 92 Cylindrical shells. 11

buckling of thin-walled, 85-89 external pressure design for, 20 formulas, 15, 88 Cylindrical shells, stress in bending moment, 278, 280, 282 calculating fi values for rectangular attachments, 272-274 calculation steps, 272 circumferential moment, 273-274, 275 concentration factors, 270 dimensions for clips and attachments, 270 geometric paramenters, 271-272 longitudinal moment, 273, 275 membrane force, 277, 279, 281 notation, 269 radial load, 272 shear stress, 274-272

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