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Volume 230, 20187th International Scientific Conference “Reliability and Durability of Railway Transport Engineering Structures and Buildings” (Transbud-2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Structures, Buildings and Facilities|
|Published online||16 November 2018|
Stress-strain state of the storage silos under the action of the asymmetric load
National Aviation University, Kosmonavt Komarov avenue, 1, 03058, Kyiv, Ukraine
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This paper deals with the investigation of work of the vertical steel cylindrical storage silos for grain with the different thickness of casing sheets and stiffeners at different height sunder the asymmetric wind load. Construction is designed using the analytical method involving decomposition of load into the completed trigonometric series and adding separate stress-strain states of k influence. The construction design model is a thin-walled cylindrical shell reinforced with vertical stiffeners. According to the shell theory, all unknown elements of the stress-strain states from the wind load components are expressed by unknown function ξk (x). In the analysis, the introduced hypotheses were used, which provides for using exponential dependence to describe the thickness changing law of the casing sheets and stiffeners and the equality of the change rate of these characteristics. The obtained results for silos with corrugated wall showed that the desired function which characterizes the stress-strain state of the construction is determined by ratio of the total cross-section area of all stiffeners to the cross-sectional area of the silo provided this ratio is constant at all heights. Represented calculation formulas for radial, circular and longitudinal displacements, and for strains in cross-sections are simple enough for using in the engineering practice.
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