# Mechanical Engineering - Strength of Materials - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Strength of Materials - Section 2 (Q.No. 7)

7.

When a thin cylindrical shell is subjected to an internal pressure, there will be

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Shubham jalan said:
4 years ago

Thanks for explaining @Kar Tariq.

Harshad patel said:
5 years ago

Good explanation, thanks @Nainesh.

Kar tariq said:
5 years ago

When a thin shell is subjected to an internal pressure. Hoop stress developed is tensile therefore increase in dia also. Longitudinal stress developed is a tensile therefore increase in length also. So the correct answer is Option D.

(2)

Balaji said:
6 years ago

Pd/4t is the formula for a thin cylindrical shell. So, p is directly proportional to d wherever d=2l.

(1)

Sridevi said:
7 years ago

Answer is correct both length and diameter increases as pressure is acting uniform in all direction. It is not an axial force to increase the length and decrease diameter.

D rahul said:
8 years ago

I think in thin cylindrical shells the (radial stress is) & (longitudinal stress). So, the diameter must increase and length should decrease.

It is an option (b).

It is an option (b).

Vitthal said:
8 years ago

Pressure acting uniformly over entire inside area which tends it not to contract.

Aman Bansal said:
10 years ago

Due to internal pressure, both d & L will increase as volume will also increase.

D' Nainesh said:
10 years ago

Its simple logic. When we blow air into balloon, its whole (3D) dimension will increase. Because the pressure inside it is uniformly distributed over its entire internal area.

Same concept is here. Here the internal pressure is not uniaxial in which longitudinal dimension will increase and lateral will decrease. It is of 3 dimensional. So given answer is correct.

Same concept is here. Here the internal pressure is not uniaxial in which longitudinal dimension will increase and lateral will decrease. It is of 3 dimensional. So given answer is correct.

HARDIK said:
10 years ago

Pressure depend on volume of cylinder, so both is uniformly increasing. All related data is constant. So this is correct.

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