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TRANSACTIONS of the 4th International Conference on STRUCTURAL MECHANICS IN REACTOR TECHNOLOGY San Francisco, California, USA 15 - 19 August 1977. Vol. M. Methods for Structural Analysis

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TRANSACTIONS' of the 4th International Conference on STRUCTURAL IN REACTUR TECHNULUGY San Francisco, California, USA "15 — 19 August 1977 Transaction General Editors: Thomas A. JAEGER ■ Bruno A. BOLEY Vol. M. Methods for Structural Analysis Division M Coordinators: S. W. KEY, Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A. K. S. PISTER, University of California, Berkeley, Cal., U.S.A. Conference organization by: International Association for Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology and Commission of the European Communities, Brussels in cooperation with: Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin Bechtel Power Corp., San Francisco ■ Northwestern University, Evanston General Chairman: Bruno A. BOLEY Organization Chairman: Scientific Chairmen: Thomas A.JAEGER Northwestern University, Harvey F. BRUSH Bundesanstalt fur Material-Evanston, Illinois. USA Bechtel Power Corp., prufurg, Berlin, Germany San Francisco, Calif., USA Dep. Gen. Chairman: Thomas A. JAEGER Bruno A. BOLEY Conference Organisation by: International Association for Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology e.V. and Commission of the European Communities, Brussels in cooperation with: Bechtel Power Corp., San Francisco/Los Angeles, Cal., U.S.A. Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany EDS Nuclear Inc., San Francisco, Cal., U.SA. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, Cal., U.S.A. Franklin Inst.h Laboratories (FIRL), Philadelphia, Pa., U.
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TRANSACTIONS'
of the
4th International Conference on
STRUCTURAL
IN REACTUR
TECHNULUGY
San Francisco, California, USA "15 — 19 August 1977
Transaction General Editors:
Thomas A. JAEGER ■ Bruno A. BOLEY
Vol. M. Methods for Structural
Analysis
Division M Coordinators:
S. W. KEY, Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.
K. S. PISTER, University of California, Berkeley, Cal., U.S.A.
Conference organization by:
International Association for Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology
and
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels
in cooperation with: Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin
Bechtel Power Corp., San Francisco ■ Northwestern University, Evanston
General Chairman: Bruno A. BOLEY Organization Chairman: Scientific Chairmen: Thomas A.JAEGER
Northwestern University, Harvey F. BRUSH Bundesanstalt fur Material-
Evanston, Illinois. USA Bechtel Power Corp., prufurg, Berlin, Germany
San Francisco, Calif., USA Dep. Gen. Chairman: Thomas A. JAEGER Bruno A. BOLEY Conference Organisation by:
International Association for Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology e.V.
and
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels
in cooperation with:
Bechtel Power Corp., San Francisco/Los Angeles, Cal., U.S.A.
Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany
EDS Nuclear Inc., San Francisco, Cal., U.SA.
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, Cal., U.S.A.
Franklin Inst.h Laboratories (FIRL), Philadelphia, Pa., U.S.A.
Massachusetts Inst, of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A.
Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, U.SA.
Nuclear Utilities Services (NUS) Corp., Rockville, Md., U.SA.
Co-Sponsoring Institutions and Societies
Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, III., U.S.A
American Nuclear Society (ANS)
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
British Nuclear Energy Society (BNES)
Canadianr Association
European Nuclear Society (ENS)
Atomic Energy Society of Japan
Society of Engineering Science
Office of Naval Research (ONR)
Executive Committee
Bruno A. BOLEY, General Chairman and Scientific Chairman
Dean. The Technological Institute. Northwestern University, Evanston. Illinois 60201, U.S.A.
Harvey F. BRUSH, Organization Chairman
Senior Vice President, Bechtel Power Corporation, San Francisco, California 94105, U.S.A.
Thomas A. JAEGER, Scientific Chairman and Deputy General Chairman
Direktor und Professor, Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung, Berlin (West) 45. Germany
Raymond K. APPLEYARD, C.E.C. Representative
Director General, Directorate-General 'Scientific and Technical Information and Information Management' (D.G.
XIII)
Commission of the European Communities. Brussels. Belgium
F. CACCIA-DOMINIONI, C.E.C. Representative
Director. Nuclear and Energy Directorate
Directorate-General 'Industrial and Technological Affairs' (D.G. Ill}
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels, Belgium
Local Organization Committee
Harvey F. BRUSH, Chairman
Philip D. BUSH
Vice President, Kaiser Engineers, Oakland, Cal.
Karl S. PISTER
Professor of Engineering Science, University of California, Berkeley, Cal.
Yusef R. RASHID
Manager, Applied Mechanics, Nuclear Fuel Department. General Electric Co.. San José. Cal.
Chauncey STARR,
President, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, Cal.
Publication Management
Mme J. STALPAERT,
Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for Scientific and Technical Information and
Information Management (D.G. XIIIÍ - Dissemination of the Product of Research, Luxembourg TRANSACTIONS
of the
4th International Conference on
STRUCTURAL
II
IN REACTOR
TECHNOLOGY
San Francisco, California, USA ■ 15 - 19 August 1977
Transaction General Editors:
Thomas A. JAEGER ■ Bruno A. BOLEY
Vol. M. Methods for Structural
Analysis
Division M Coordinators:
S. W. KEY, Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.SA
K. S. PISTER, University of California, Berkeley, Cal., U.SA
Conference organization by:
International Association for Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology
and
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels
in cooperation with: Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin
Bechtel Power Corp., San Francisco ■ Northwestern University, Evanston
General Chairman: Bruno A. BOLEY Organization Chairman: Scientific Chairmen: Thomas A. JAEGER
NorthwesternUniversity, Harvey F. BRUSH Bundesanstalt für Material-
Evanston, Illinois,USA BechtelPowerCorp.,Prüfung, Berlin, Germany
Oep. Gen. Chairman: Thomas A. JAEGER SanFrancisco·Calif-USABruno A. BOLEY LEGAL NOTICE
The Commission of the European Communities is not responsible for the use which could be made
of the following information.
©Copyright CECA, CEE, CEEA Luxembourg, 1977
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system,
or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or
otherwise, without the prior permission of the copyright owner. TOPICAL GROUPING OF THE CONFERENCE SESSIONS
Division B. Thermal and Fluid/Structure Dynamics Analysis
Β 1. Computational Methods I
Β 2.ls II
Β 3. Free and Forced Vibrations
Β 4. Blowdown Suppression I
BS.n Suppression II
Division C. Structural Analysis of Reactor Fuel and Cladding
C 1. Modeling and Analyses I
C 2.g ands II
C 3. Material Properties and Failure Criteria
C 4. LMFBR-Fuel Rod Modeling and Analyses
Division D. Structural Analysis of Reactor Fuel Elements
D 1. Fuel Rods
D 2. Subassembly Analysis
D 3. Local Effects (incl. Vibrations)
D 4. Accident and Seismic Response Analysis
D 5. Graphite Fuel Element Analysis
Division E. Structural Dynamics in Fast Reactor Accident Analysis
E 1. Analyses and Codes for LMFBR Containment
E 2. LMFBR Components Response to HCDA
E 3. Subassembly Response to Abnormal Conditions
E 4. Treatment of Dynamic Effects in LMFBR
E 5. Large Sodium-Water Reactions and their Consequences
E 6. LMFBR Containment Materials Problems
Division F. Structural Analysis of Reactor Core and Coolant Circuit Structures
Fl. Piping and Components I
F 2.g ands II
F 3. Piping Dynamic Behavior I
F 4.gcr II
F 5. Reactor Intervals General/Reactor Internal Vibrations
F 6. Flow Induced Vibration
F 7. Fracture Mechanics - Pipes and Tubes I
F 8.es -s ands II
F 9. Heat Exchangers
Division G. Structural Analysis of Steel Reactor Pressure Vessels
G 1. Fracture Mechanics - General
G 2.es - Elasto-Plastic and Plastic
G 3. Fracture Mechanics - More Detailed Aspects of Elastic-Plastic Analysis
G 4.es - Computational Methods G 5. Fracture Mechanics - Some Detailed Analytical Aspects
G 6. Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics
G 7. Stress Analysis - General
G 8.s Analysis - Specific Geometries
G 9. Stresss - Thermal Shock and Fault Conditions/Thermal Effects
Division H. Structural Engineering of Prestressed Reactor Pressure Vessels
H 1. General Design of Prestressed Concrete Pressure Vessels/Prestressed Cast
Iron Pressure Vessels
H 2. Structural Analysis of Prestressed Concrete Reactor Vessels I
H 3.ls ofders II
H 4. Comparisons of Theory with Experimental Data
H 5. Materials Properties Characterization
H 6. Design of Penetrations, Closures and Liners for Prestressed Concrete Reac­
tor Vessels
Division J. Loading Conditions and Structural Analysis of Reactor Containment
J 1. Containment Concepts and Probabilistic Safety Assessment
J 2. Underground and Floating Nuclear Power Plants
J 3. Design and Analysis of Concrete Containments and Internal Structures
J 4. Effects of Temperature and Cracking on Concrete Structural Ele­
ments/Structural and Leak Rate Testing
J 5. Design and Analysis of Containment Openings and Penetrations/Design
and Analysis of Metal Containments and Liner Plates
J 6. BWR Containment Analysis for LOCA and SRV Loads/Design and An­
alysis of Spent Fuel Pools and Containments
J 7. Missile Impact and Transient Loads
J 8. Design and Analysis for Aircraft Impact
J 9. Equipment Response tot Impact/Special Cases of Impact Loading
J10. Design and Analysis for Tornado Missile Impact/Design and Analysis for
Blast Loading
Division K. Seismic Response Analysis of Nuclear Power Plant Systems
K 11 Ground Motion and Design Criteria I
K. 1 iidn andna II
K 21. Soil Structure Interaction I
K 2 n. Soilen II
K 31. Dynamic Modeling of Structures, Systems and Components I
K. 3 n.cg of, Systems and Components II
K 41. Seismic Response of Structures I
K 4 n.ce ofs II
K 5. Seismic Response of Fluid Containers
K 61.ce of Piping and Equipment I
K 6 n. Seismic Response ofg andt II
K 7.c Response of Reactor Core Structures
K 81. Dynamic Tests and Qualifications of Structures, Systems and Components
I
K 8 n. Dynamic Tests ands of Structures, Systems ands
II
K 9. Design Considerations of Structures, Systems and Components
IV Division L. Inelastic Analysis of Metal Structures
L 1. Advanced Theories
L2. Methods I
L3.s II
L4. Evaluation of Methods
L5. Applications I
L6.s II
L7. Inelastic Analysis and Codes and Standards
L8. Experiment and Theory
L9. Materials Behavior Characterization
Division M. Methods for Structural Analysis
M 1. Integrated Methods of Structural Analysis
M 2. Finite Element Methods for Structural Analysis
M 3. Numerical Methods for Structural Analysis
M 4. Computational Techniques within Finite Element Analyses I
M 5.lsnets II
M 6. Numerical Implementation of Inelastic Constitutive Models and Applica­
tions
M 7. Large Strain Finite Element and Finite Difference Analyses
M 8. Linear Boundary Value Problems
M 9. Probabilistic Approaches to Structural Evaluation
V TABLE OF CONTENTS
Division M. METHODS FOR STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
Session M 1. Integrated Methods of Structural Analysis
M 1/1" Automated Analysis and Design of Complex Structures
E. L. Wilson, University of California, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
M 1/2 INTRANS - A Computer Code for the Non-Linear Structural Re­
sponse Analysis of Reactor Internals under Transient Loads
D. T. Ramani, Motor Columbus Consulting Engineers, Inc., Baden,
Switzerland
M 1/3 A Piping Analysis Program of ASEA-ATOM
C. Gustafsson, ASEA-ATOM, Västerås, Sweden
M 1/4 ANSR-A General Purpose Computer Program for Analysis of Non­
linear Structural Response
D. P. Mondkar, G. H. Powell, University of California, Berkeley, Ca­
lifornia, U.S.A.
M 1/5 Development of an Inelastic Stress Analysis Code KINE-T and Its
Evaluations
K. Kobatake.S.Takahashi.M. Suzuki, Nuclear Power Plant Depart­
ment, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
M 1 /6 Implementation of SAP-IV on a Minicomputer Disc Operating Sys­
tem
R. B. Spencer, G. E. Howard, Applied Nucleonics Company, Inc.,
Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
M 1/7 An Automatic Surface Element Generator for Calculating Mem­
brane and Bending Stresses from Three-Dimensional Finite Ele­
ment Results
B. W. Lieb, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Power Generation
Group, Barberton. Ohio, U.S.A.
Session M 2. Finite Element Methods for Structural Analysis
M 2/1* A New Finitet for Plate Bending Analysis
T.J. R. Hughes, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Cali­
fornia,
R. L. Taylor, University of California, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
M 2/2 Applications of Global-Local Finite Element Analysis
L. G. Bradford, S. B. Dong, D. A. C. Nicol, R. A. Westmann, Univer­
sity of California, Los Angeles, California. U.S.A.
M 2/3 Determination of Stress Intensity Factors Using Mixed Elements
D. P. Majumdar, P. N. Murthy, Indian Institute of Technology, Kan-
pur, India
M 2/4 Hybrid Finite Element Procedures for Analyzing Through Flaws in
Plates in Bending
H. C. Rhee, S. N. Atluri, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
Georgia,
K. Moriya, T. H. H. Pian, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Notes: — The sign * designates Invited Lectures.
— A title mentioned on the Table of contents and followed by a summary (at its right place) only
means that the paper was not available at the time of publishing the book.
— A paper number not followed by a title means that the paper was cancelled or withdrawn. M 2/5 A Curved Finite Element for General Thin Shell Structures
R. F. Jones, Jr., David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Develop­
ment Center, Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A.
M 2/6 Complex Stiffness Formulation for the Finite Element Analysis of
Anisotropic Axisymmetric Solids Subjected to Nonsymmetric
Loads
J. Frater, TWR Equipment, Nuclear Products Division, Euclid, Ohio,
J. Lestingi, J. Padovan, The University of Akron, Akron, Ohio, U.S.A.
M 2/7 Finite Element Methods for Analysis of Toroidal Field Coils in Fu­
sion Devices
C. M. Charman, General Atomic Company, San Diego, California,
U.S.A.
Session M 3. Numerical Methods for Structural Analysis
M 3/1* Advanced Applications of Boundary Integral Equation Methods
T. A. Cruse, R. B. Wilson, Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Group, United
Technologies Corporation, East Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A.
M 3/2 Application of the Boundary-lntegral-Equation Method to the
Three Dimensional Thermoelastic Problem
A. Combescure, G. Α. Α. Α.. Le Plessis-Robinson,
J. C. Lachat, Potain. Ecully, France
M 3/3 A Numerical and Substructuring Analysis for Discontinuous Thin
Shells of Revolution
L L. Barinka, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Lynchburg, Vir­
ginia.
R. L. Jennings. The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia,
U.S.A.
withdrawn
M 3/4 Approximate Solution of Plane Thermal Stress Problems in
Doubly-Connected Region Based on an Integral Equation
Y. Tanigawa, Y. Takeuti, University of Osaka Prefecture, Sakai.
Osaka, Japan
M 3/5 Thermoelastoplastic Solution of a Thick-Walled Tube Subjected to
Transient Thermal and Pressure Loadings
S.C. Chu, RE. Beckett, J. C. Chu, Gen. Thomas J. Rodman Labora­
tory, Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, Illinois, U.S.A.
M 3/6 Shells on Elastic Foundations
Y. C. Das. Κ. K. Kedia, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India
M 3/7
M 3/8 Finite Difference Method at Arbitrary Irregular Meshes in Non-
Linear Problems of Applied Mechanics
T. Liszka, J. Orkisz, Technical University of Cracow, Cracow, Po­
land
M 3/9 Complete Solutions of Elastic-Plastic Discretized Structures by
Linear Programming
S. Giacomini, G. Maier, F. Pateriini, Politecnico di Milano, Milano,
Italy
VIII

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