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Title: A comprehensive study on burst pressure performance of aluminum liner for hydrogen storage vessels
Authors: Kangal, Serkan
Sayı, Abdülmecit Harun
Ayakdaş, Ozan
Kartav, Osman
Aydın, Levent
Artem, Hatice Seçil
Aktaş, Engin
Yücetürk, Kutay
Tanoğlu, Metin
Kandemir, Sinan
Beylergil, Bertan
Keywords: Pressure vessels
Finite element method
Metallic vessels
Publisher: ASME
Abstract: This paper presents a comparative study on the burst pressure performance of aluminum (Al) liner for type-III composite overwrapped pressure vessels (COPVs). In the analysis, the vessels were loaded with increasing internal pressure up to the burst pressure level. In the analytical part of the study, the burst pressure of the cylindrical part was predicted based on the modified von Mises, Tresca, and average shear stress criterion (ASSC). In the numerical analysis, a finite element (FE) model was established in order to predict the behavior of the vessel as a function of increasing internal pressure and determine the final burst. The Al pressure vessels made of Al-6061-T6 alloy with a capacity of 5 L were designed. The manufacturing of the metallic vessels was purchased from a metal forming company. The experimental study was conducted by pressurizing the Al vessels until the burst failure occurred. The radial and axial strain behaviors were monitored at various locations on the vessels during loading. The results obtained through analytical, numerical, and experimental work were compared. The average experimental burst pressure of the vessels was found to be 279 bar. The experimental strain data were compared with the results of the FE analysis. The results indicated that the FE analysis and ASSC-based elastoplastic analytical approaches yielded the best predictions which are within 2.2% of the experimental burst failure values. It was also found that the elastic analysis underestimated the burst failure results; however, it was effective for determining the critical regions over the vessel structure. The strain behavior of the vessels obtained through experimental investigations was well correlated with those predicted through FE analysis.
ISSN: 0094-9930
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Mechanical Engineering / Makina Mühendisliği
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