Review article

Strength of reinforced concrete abutting members of high-pressure shells

UDC: 

621.039.536.2:693.55

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2019-16-4-29-37

Pages: 

29-37

Annotation: 

The high-pressure housing of the nuclear reactor of the developed and investigated design solution is a rather complex multi-component structure, including the power walls of heavy armored cement and abutting members of the plug type, the displacement of which is excluded by the presence of special dowels. The article discusses the design of axisymmetric reinforced concrete thick plates supported on a conical surface (freely lying on supports made of dowels) and intended for receiving sufficiently high levels of effects in the form of a uniformly distributed load. Such thick plates can be used in the end sections of high-pressure nuclear reactor shells, heat accumulators, autoclaves, etc. In solving the analytical problem based on the classical theory of plasticity, the software package Mathcad 15 was used.

Authors: 

Phan Van Phuc Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Morozov V. I. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Opbul E. K. Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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