Mechanical Engineering - Strength of Materials - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Strength of Materials - Section 2 (Q.No. 2)
The maximum tangential stress in a thick cylindrical shell is always __________ the internal pressure acting on the shell.
equal to
less than
greater than
Answer: Option
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Niru said:   7 years ago
I think the ratio of d/t is deciding factor.

Vinod said:   7 years ago
(tangential stress) max = pressure + TANGENTIAL STRESS minimum.

Kankipati said:   8 years ago
Yes off course tangential stress (or) sheer stress is load/2 area so.

Manikant kumar said:   8 years ago
Tangential stress will be pD/2t and given question relate with pressure, D/t is more value, therefore, tangential stress more than the pressure.

Nikhil said:   8 years ago
Why does longitudinal stress is doubled?

Roshan Rai said:   8 years ago
What I think is that in thick cylinder the internal pressure is balanced by both radial stress and hoop stress (tangential stress). So its obvious that the max hoop stress is always less then the internal pressure of the cylinder.

RAMESH said:   9 years ago
Since tangential stress is double the longitudinal stress.

Om p said:   9 years ago
I think D/t factor is responsible for it greater than internal pressure.

Aerobanda said:   9 years ago

Akshay soni said:   9 years ago
Tangential stress is double of longitudinal stress.

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