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Design And Finite Analysis Of Canister Testing Chamber


Design And Finite Analysis Of Canister Testing Chamber
Authors : L. Srinivas Naik, K. Srinivasa Chalapati, B. Ravi Kumar
Publication Date: 26-09-2012

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Author(s):  L. Srinivas Naik, K. Srinivasa Chalapati, B. Ravi Kumar

Published in:   International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology

License:  This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Website: www.ijert.org

Volume/Issue:   Vol.1 - Issue 7 (September - 2012)

e-ISSN:   2278-0181

Abstract

Canister testing Chamber is one of the most critical components in Defence Organization. Unavailability of data and literature regarding Missile Canister, are considered to be one of the main contributors for the failure of manufacturing Canister Chambers in a local industry. Canister is used for carrying, storing and launching of missile. During storage and launching, the canister is subjected to an internal pressure of 45 kg/cm2 and external pressure of 9 kg/ cm2 important to test the canister for these pressures. The internal and external pressure testing chamber is used to test the canister. The canister is placed inside the testing chamber. Thus, the primary objective of this thesis is to develop a canister testing chamber and predicting the performance of canister by ANSYS a finite element analysis package. The internal and external pressure testing of the canister is done by closing the canister both ends by dummy dished ends. The chamber will be used for the testing of the integrated canister assembly for the external pressure of 9 kg/ cm2 45 kg/ cm2 especially to perform internal and external pressure testing of the canister. To estimate the structural stress, three ? dimensional model of a canister chamber was made by finite element method using UniGraphics. and internal pressure of . The test chamber will be dedicated

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