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Structural Analysis for Design Improvement of Stainless 5,000ton Rectangular Water Tank Structures
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 Title & Authors
Structural Analysis for Design Improvement of Stainless 5,000ton Rectangular Water Tank Structures
Son, Byung-Jik; Lee, Sang-Youl;
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 Abstract
The finite element analysis of large sized rectangular water tank structures made of stainless steel materials is carried out for various combined load cases. The combined load cases for a large size of 5,000ton are further determined using the specification(KS B 6283) established from the Korean Standards Association. For the better numerical efficiency, the rectangular panels are modelled using the ANSYS program. The numerical results obtained for different load cases show as follows. In order to resist the snow load, it takes the influence of the gap than the size of the column. Also, in order to resist the water pressure, it shall increase the thickness of the wall. But, increasing the thickness of the wall is considerably less economical. Therefore, the angle with big thickness should be placed right next to the wall.
 Keywords
rectangular water tanks;finite element analysis;structural improvement;snow load;
 Language
Korean
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