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Numerical Study on the Strength Safety of a Fuse Cock Valve
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 Title & Authors
Numerical Study on the Strength Safety of a Fuse Cock Valve
Kim, Chung Kyun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the strength safety of a fuse cock main body has been analyzed by the finite element method. The stress and displacement behaviour characteristics have been investigated for thickness variations at the region of (T) between a ball valve and a fuse cock safety connector. The FEM analyzed results recommend that the optimized thickness at the region of (T) is from 1.55mm to 1.6mm for the supplied gas pressure of 1.5~3.5MPa. This is considered for the optimized strength safety and light weight of a fuse cock main body.
 Keywords
fuse cock;valve;strength safety;stress;displacement;FEM;
 Language
Korean
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