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Title: Fabrication of small models of large cylinders with extensive welding for buckling experiments
Authors: Teng, JG 
Lin, X
Issue Date: 2002
Source: Proceedings - Annual Stability Conference, Structural Stability Research Council, 2002, p. 245-266 How to cite?
Abstract: A technique used for the fabrication of small models of large steel cylindrical shells constructed from many welded panels was discussed. The technique consits of two stages such as production of a high quality model with welding along the meridional seams and welding in the form of controlled heat input. A trial specimen was fabricated using the proposed technique, which provided the initial confirmation of the success of this technique. It is observed that the proposed technique could provide a feasible method for the production of realistic small-scale models of large cylindrical shells in steel silos and tanks.
Description: Proceedings - 2002 Annual Stability Conference, Structural Stability Research Council, Seattle, WA, 24-27 April 2002
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