Pressure Vessel Manufacturing Overview
Pressure vessels are used to store and transmit liquids, vapors and gases under pressure in general. The pressure of these finds will expert pressure equally in all direction on the walls and ends of the pressure vessels. Because of the internal loading, stresses are induced on certain sections of the cylinder walls.
Pressure vessels are generally used in engineering practice to store fluid, i.e. liquid vapors and gas under pressure. And there are basically two main types of pressure vessels: either according to the open/close of the end or to the dimensions.
According to dimensions pressure vessels may be of thin shell or thick shell. The deciding factor among thin and thick shells is its wall thickness an shell diameter. If the ration is less than 1/10 it is said to be a thick shell. Thin shells are used in boilers tanks and pipes whereas thick shells are used in high pressure cylinders, tanks , gun barrels etc.
Bendel Pressure Vessel Uses in Industry
Bendel pressure vessels are used in many industries to store fluids under pressure. Major uses of industry pressure vessels include:
- Steam boiler
- Storage of chemicals
- Storage of petroleum products
- Engine cylinders
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