After the analysis of leaking accident of liquid chlorine steel bottle, the measures needing attention and strengthening and suggestions were put forward when steel bottle and other pressure containers was used, store and transfer and checked out.
The simplified saftety estimation method for common pressure containers is put forward on the ba-sis of theoretical analysis and engineering practice by which the defect tolerance is determined according to the prin-ciple of "fitness for purpose".
The depressurization of a high-pressure vessel initially filled with water heated to below the saturation point is investigated.
Experimental studies are performed into the variation of the shape of a jet of boiling liquid flowing out of a high-pressure vessel under conditions of high superheating.
The possibility of preparing diethyl terephthalate without a catalyst in a rocking cylindrical pressure vessel with the rocking axis passing through the geometric center was examined.
This provides a basis for characterizing the dose dependence of the hardening of reactor pressure vessel steel and for comparing the effects of primary radiation damage for fission and fusion reactors.
We have studied dynamics of pulsation that develop during the explosion boil-up of overheated water jets emitted via a nozzle from a high-pressure vessel.
The depressurization of a high-pressure container in the form of a tube closed at both ends and initially filled with water not heated to the boiling point is studied.
To enable the system to endure the high pressure on the seafloor, mechanical structure of the system is designed in terms of design principle of pressure container.
The presence of residual urine in a high-pressure container causes either decompensation of the detrusor with vesicoureteral reflux or deterioration of the bladder wall with hypertrophy and stiffness resulting in uterovesical obstruction.
A transportable, pressure container with a water capacity not exceeding 150 litres.
But natural gas is more complicated be cause it requires additional processing to compress it and high-pressure container ships to transport it.