Stresses in pipe ells under internal pressure
Le Ber, Raymond Jean
Morrison, James William
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This paper is the result of investigating stresses in five samples of steel pipe bends -which were furnished the United States Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, as a result of an offer by Dr. John E, Brock, Research Director, Midwest Piping and Supply Company, St, Louis, Missouri, through Professor Robert E, Newton of the School's Mechanical Engineering Department. It is felt that a good start on this topic has been made in this paper and it is hoped by the authors that the five specimens which remain intact will be made use of in continuing and more extensive research.
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