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Proc. ASME. PVP2007, Volume 3: Design and Analysis, 329-333, July 22–26, 2007
Paper No: PVP2007-26534
... 21 08 2009 A discrete multi-layered explosion containment vessel (DMECV) consists of a thin cylindrical inner shell and helically cross-winding flat steel ribbons, which has advantages of convenient in fabrication and low in cost. The DMECVs generally fall into one of two categories...
Proc. ASME. PVP2007, Volume 4: Fluid-Structure Interaction, 195-198, July 22–26, 2007
Paper No: PVP2007-26499
... 21 08 2009 Determining blast loadings on an explosion containment vessel (ECV) is the foundation to design the ECV. Explosion of TNT centrally located in a thick-walled cylindrical vessel and its impact on the cylinder was simulated using the explicit finite element code LS-DYNA. Blast...
Proc. ASME. PVP2008, Volume 1: Codes and Standards, 489-502, July 27–31, 2008
Paper No: PVP2008-61732
... 24 07 2009 Explosion containment vessels (ECVs), which can be generally classified into three categories, i.e., multiple use ECVs and one-time use ECVs, single-layered ECVs and multi-layered ECVs, metallic ECVs and composite ECVs according to the usage, structural form and the bearing...
Proc. ASME. PVP2006-ICPVT-11, Volume 4: Fluid Structure Interaction, Parts A and B, 1479-1484, July 23–27, 2006
Paper No: PVP2006-ICPVT-11-93067
... 21 07 2008 Explosion containment vessels (ECVs) are used to fully contain the effects of high explosions. As monobloc thick-walled ECVs, which are widely used now, become larger and thicker, they are difficult in fabrication, high in cost, and uncertain in quality of very thick steel...