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Proceedings of the First International Conference on STRUCTURAL IN REACTOR TECHNOLOGY 20-24 September 1971. Vol. 6 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Part M Design, Reliability, Computation Methods

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Proceedings of the First International Conference STRUCTUR IN REACTO TECHNOLO Berlin, Germany · 20-24 September 1971 Vol. 6 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Part M Design, Reliability, Computation Methods compiled by. Thomas A. jaeger Organized by. Commission of the European Communities, Brussel Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM) , Berlin in cooperation with: FIRL IKT IPPT ISD NIS NUS SDK Conference Organisation by: Commission of the European Communities, Brussels Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany in cooperation with: The Franklin Institute Research Laboratories (FIRL), Philadelphia, Pa. Institut für Kerntechnik (IKT), Technische Universität Berlin Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki (IPPT), Polska Akademia Nauk. Warsaw Institut für Statik und Dynamik (ISD), Technische Universität Stuttgart Nuklear-Ingenieur-Service GmbH (NIS), Hanau Nuclear Utilities Service (NUS), Rockville, Md. Ingenieurunternehmen für spezielle Statik, Dynamik und Konstruktion (SDK), Lörrach Sponsoring Societies : American Concrete Institute (ACI) The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Nuclear Engineering Division The American Nuclear Society (ANS) Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ) The British Nuclear Energy Society (BNES) Kerntechnische Gesellschaft (KTG), incorporated in the Deutsches Atomforum e.V. Schweizerische Vereinigung für Atomenergie (SVA) Vereinigung der Grosskesselbetreiber e.V.

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Proceedings
of the
First International Conference
STRUCTUR
IN REACTO
TECHNOLO
Berlin, Germany · 20-24 September 1971
Vol. 6 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND
DESIGN
Part M Design, Reliability, Computation
Methods
compiled by. Thomas A. jaeger
Organized by.
Commission of the European Communities, Brussel
Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM) , Berlin
in cooperation with: FIRL IKT IPPT ISD NIS NUS SDK Conference Organisation by:
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels
Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany
in cooperation with:
The Franklin Institute Research Laboratories (FIRL), Philadelphia, Pa.
Institut für Kerntechnik (IKT), Technische Universität Berlin
Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki (IPPT),
Polska Akademia Nauk. Warsaw
Institut für Statik und Dynamik (ISD), Technische Universität Stuttgart
Nuklear-Ingenieur-Service GmbH (NIS), Hanau
Nuclear Utilities Service (NUS), Rockville, Md.
Ingenieurunternehmen für spezielle Statik, Dynamik und Konstruktion (SDK),
Lörrach
Sponsoring Societies :
American Concrete Institute (ACI)
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME),
Nuclear Engineering Division
The American Nuclear Society (ANS)
Atomic Energy Society of Japan (AESJ)
The British Nuclear Energy Society (BNES)
Kerntechnische Gesellschaft (KTG),
incorporated in the Deutsches Atomforum e.V.
Schweizerische Vereinigung für Atomenergie (SVA)
Vereinigung der Grosskesselbetreiber e.V. (VGB)
Executive Committee :
Thomas A. Jaeger, General Chairman
John H. Argyris, for ISD
Hartwig Benzler, for Commission of the European Communities
Klaus Brandes, for BAM
William J. Gallagher, for NIS
Charles F. Jones, for NUS
Hans H. Hofmann, for SDK
Antoni Sawczuk, for IPPT
Zenons Zudans, for FIRL
Representatives of Sponsoring Societies :
Yoshio Ando for AESJ
Ian Davidson, for BNES
Claus-Benedict von der Decken, for KTG
Nathan M. Newmark, for ACI
Karl Wirtz, for ANS
Otto Schaub. for SVA
K. E. Schroeter, for ANS Local Section in Central Europe
Ottmar Schwarz, for VGB
J. E. Zerbe, for ASME Nuclear Engineering Division
Patronage : Der Bundesminister für Wirtschaft und Finanzen
General Support : Senate of the City of Berlin (West)
Editor : Commission of the European Communities
DG XIII
Center for Information and Documentation - CID
Luxembourg Proceedings
of the
First International Conference on
STRUCTURAL
IN REACTUR
TEGHNULUGY
Berlin, Germany · 20-24 September 1971
Vol. 6 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND
DESIGN
Part M Design, Reliability, Computation
Methods
EUR 4820 d-f-e
compiled by: Thomas A. Jaeger
Organized by:
Commission of the European Communities, Brussels
Bundesanstalt für Materialprüfung (BAM) , Berlin
in cooperation with: FIRL IKT IPPT ISD NIS NUS SDK PREFACE
The purpose of the First International Conference on STRUCTURAL
MECHANICS IN REACTOR TECHNOLOGY was to bring together
engineers and scientists who are actively engaged in solving structural
mechanics problems in the field of reactor technology and fundamentalists
in the general field of engineering mechanics to present and discuss
applied and fundamental papers on structural mechanics problems
in reactor technology.
The meeting of more than 800 reactor technologists and engineering
mechanicians from 33 countries all over the world has brought together
a wealth of information and inspiration for the benefit of both reactor
technology and structural mechanics science.
All contributed origina/ papers together with the discussions, as well
as the summaries of the invited lectures (designated by *), are contained
in the present Proceedings published by the Commission of the European
Communities. A survey of the topical grouping of the Proceedings
is given on the next pages. The detailed overall list of contents of the
Proceedings is given in Volume 1.
The 70 invited lectures have been published in special conference
issues of the journal NUCLEAR ENGINEERING AND DESIGN, North-
Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam. The arrangement of contents
of these issues (Vol. 18, No. 1, 2, 3; Vol. 19, No. 1, 2; Vol. 20, No. 1, 2;
(1972)) is given in Volume 1 of the present Proceedings.
Thomas A. JAEGER,
Genera/ Chairman of the Conference
Berlin, March 1972 CONTENTS
Session M 1 Survey Lectures: Failure Experience, Reliability
Chairman :
J. FELDMEIER,
The Frank/in institute Research Laboratories, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
M 1/1 * Mechanische Schäden im nuklearen und konventionellen
Bereich von Kernkraftwerken 1
J. FELDMANN,
Allianz Versicherungs-AG, Abt. Technische Versicherungen,
München, Germany
Discussion 2
M 1/2* Failure Experience as a Tool for Evaluation of Nuclear
Structures 5
M. BENDER,
General Engineering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Discussion 6
M 1/3* Improving Power System Reliability Through Standardiza­
tion with Specific Reference to Nuclear Power Reactors 7
W.L FLEISCHMANN,
General Electric Co., Schenectady, New York
R.J. RINGLEE,
Power Technologies, Inc., Schenectady, New York, U.S.A.
Discussion 8
M 1/4* Reliability Analysis of Mechanical Components and
Systems 9
D. KECECIOGLU,
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department, College of
Engineering, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, U.SA.
Session M 2 Survey Lectures : Computer Methods, Mathematical
Modeling, Education
Chairmen :
G. MURPHY,
Department of Nuclear Engineering, Iowa State University of
Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa, U.S.A.
P.J. PAHL,
Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Methoden der Bau- und Verkehrs­
technik, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
M 2/1 * Linear Methods of Structural Analysis 11
J.H. ARGYRIS, K.E. BUCK, D.W. SCHARPF, K. WILLAM,
ISD, Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Discussion 12 VI
Pages
M 2/2* Nonlinear Methods of Structural Analysis 15
J.H. ARGYRIS, K.E. BUCK, D.W. SCHARPF, K. WILLAM,
ISD, Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany
Discussion 16
M 2/3* Mathematical Modeling for Structural Analysis and
Design9
K.S. PISTER,
Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering,
University of California, Berkeley, California, U.S.A.
M 2/4* A Curriculum for Engineering Education in Structural
Mechanics in Reactor Technology 21
D.G.H. LATZKO,
Laboratory for Nuclear Engineering, Department of Mechanical
Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Nether­
lands
Discussion 22
Session M 3 Survey Lectures : Applied Mechanics and Design
Chairmen :
M. BENDER,
General Engineering Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.
J. WENGLER,
Farbwerke Hoechst AG, Frank)'urti'M.-Hoechst, Germany
M 3/1 Mécanique en sûreté des réacteurs 25
D. COSTES,
Département des Etudes de Piles, CEA. Centre d'Etudes
Nucléaires de Saclay, Gif-sur- Yvette,
M. RIQUOIS,
Electricité de France, Direction de l'Equipement, Paris, France
Discussion 26
M 3/2 * Design Methods for Structures Operating at High
Temperature7
C.H.A. TOWNLEY,
Central Electricity Generating Board, Berkeley Nuclear Labora­
tories, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Discussion8
M 3/3* The Significance of Applied Mechanics in Designing the
Fast Test Reactor9
G.R. WAYMIRE,
WADCO Corporation, Hanford Engineering Development
Laboratory, Richland, Washington, U.S.A.
Discussion 30
M 3/4* Auswirkungen des Strukturmaterialschwellens auf den
Entwurf schneller Reaktorkerne 33
G. CLASS, Y.S. HOANG, U. HITZSCHKE, K. KLEEFELDT,
Institut für Reaktorentwicklung, Kern forschungszentrum Karlsruhe,
Karlsruhe, Germany
Discussion4 VII
Pages
Session M 4 Reliability Analysis of Mechanical Reactor
Components
Chairmen :
D. KECECIOGLU,
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department, College of
Engineering, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
G. STERNHEIM,
Commission of the European Communities, Euratom Joint
Nuclear Research Center, Petten, The Netherlands
M 4/1 * Paper deleted
M 4/2 Safety Factors and Probability in Limit State Design of
Structures 37
T.E. BURNUP, N.T. BARRETT,
United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Reactor Group,
Ris/ey, Warrington, Lanes., United Kingdom
Discussion 56
M 4/3 Design of Pressure Vessels to Probabilistic Criteria 5
CO. SMITH,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering,
University of Detroit, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A.
Discussion 69
M 4/4 Experimental and Theoretical Investigation on
Probabilistic Criteria for the Mechanical Resistance of 72
Graphite Structures
J. AMESZ, F. LANZA, G. VOLTA,
Euratom Joint Nuclear Research Center, Ispra, Italy,
Commission of the European Communales
Discussion 92
M 4/5 Kostenoptimale Testauslegung unter Vorgabe einer
bestimmten Genauigkeitsanforderung an die Zuver-
läßigkeit3
G. NÄGELE, D. SELLINSCHEGG,
Institut für angewandte Reaktorphysik, Kernforschungszentrum
Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany
M 4/6 System-Sicherheitsanalyse 105
G. MIEZE,
Technische und physikalische Abteilungen, Brown Boveri/
Krupp Reaktorbau GmbH, Mannheim, Germany
Discussion 117
M 4/7 A Unique Application of Instrumentation for Verification
of Design Load Conditions and Assessment of Reliability
of Irradiated Reactor Internals9
H.W. KELLER,
Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Nuclear Energy Systems,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
M.J. MANJOINE,
Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Research and Development
Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Discussion 134 VIII
Pages
Session M 5 Finite Element Methods in Structural Analysis — I
Chairmen :
D.J. LEWIS,
Central Electricity Generating Board, Research and Development
Department, Berkeley Nuclear Laboratories, Berkeley,
Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Z. ZUDANS,
Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Department, The Franklin
Institute Research Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.SA.
M 5/1 * Finite Element Method in Analysis of Reinforced and
Prestressed Concrete Structures 137
O.C. ZIENKIEWICZ, D.R.J. OWEN, D.V. PHILLIPS,
University of Wales, Swansea, United Kingdom
Discussion 138
M 5/2 Die Behandlung 3-dimensionaler Wärmeleitungsprobleme
sowie thermoelastischer Probleme mit der Finite Element
Methode 141
TH.K. NAEHRIG, J.-P. GASCHEN,
SDK Ingenieurunternehmen für spezielle Statik, Dynamik und
Konstruktion, Lörrach, Germany
Discussion 164
M 5/3 The Computation of Temperature Distributions and
Thermal Stresses Using Finite Element Techniques 165
K. FULLÄRD,
Central Electricity Generating Board, Berkeley Nuclear Labora­
tories, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
Discussion 182
M 5/4 The Tridimensional Thermoelastic Computer Code
„Titus"5
P. LAUNAY, G. CHARPENET, C.C. VOUILLON,
Compagnie Industrielle de Travaux, Paris, France
M 5/5 Thermoviscoelastic Axisymmetric Stress Analysis by
Finite Element and Finite Difference Computer
Techniques 207
H. GROSS,
Department of Civil Engineering, Imperial College of Science
and Technology, London, United Kingdom
M 5/6 Analysis of Nonlinear Thermoviscoelastic and Thermo­
plastic Behavior of Solids of Revolution by the Finite
Element Method 229
J.T. ODEN, T.J. CHUNG, J.E. KEY,
Division of Graduate Programs and Research, The University of
Alabama, Huntsvi/le, Alabama, U.SA.
M 5/7 Analyse des contraintes dans des structure· complexes
en présence de fluage, de variations de dimensions et
d'un champ de température 245
J.M. DONÉA, S. GIULIANI,
Euratom Joint Nuclear Research Center, Ispra, Italy,
Commission of the European Communities
Discussion 260