Modeling, simulation and analysis of type-III composite overwrapped pressure vessels for high-pressure gas storage için kapak resmi
Modeling, simulation and analysis of type-III composite overwrapped pressure vessels for high-pressure gas storage
Kangal, Serkan, author.
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xiii, 109 leaves: color illustrarions, charts;+ 1 computer laser optical disc
In this thesis, multi-layered composite overwrapped pressure vessels (COPVs) for high-pressure gaseous storage were modeled by finite element (FE) method and manufactured by filament winding technique. Two liners with distinct geometries were utilized for containing gas and forming a basis for composite filament winding. 34CrMo4 steel as a load-sharing metallic liner was selected for investigation of hybridization effects. Glass and carbon filaments were overwrapped to the liner with a winding angle of [±11°/90°2]3 to obtain a fully overwrapped composite reinforced vessel with non-identical front and back dome endings. The other type of liner was made of Al 6061-T6 and chosen for containing high-pressure gas such as hydrogen and its better strength-to-weight ratio suitable for onboard applications. Doily layers were implemented to the structure for inducing safe burst modes and increasing the burst pressure of the aluminum-based COPVs. All vessels were hydrostatically loaded with increasing internal pressure up to the burst pressure. The mechanical performances of pressure vessels were investigated by both experimental and numerical approaches. In numerical approaches, FE analysis was performed featuring a simple progressive damage model available in ANSYS for composite section. The metal liners were modeled as elastic-plastic material with two different hardening approaches; bilinear and multilinear hardening. The results from steel based COPV indicate that the FE model provided a good correlation between experimental and numerical strain results for the vessels with indications that the composite interlayer hybridization has positive effects on radial deformation of the COPVs. The constructed model for aluminum-based COPVs was also able to predict experimental burst pressures within a range of 8%. Keywords: composite overwrapped pressure vessels (COPV), filament winding, manufacturing, hybridization, burst pressure, finite element analysis (FEA), ANSYS, progressive damage, polymer composites, hydrogen storage.
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Thesis (Doctoral)--İzmir Institute of Technology:Mechanical Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Mechanical Engineering--Thesis (Doctoral).
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Tez T002038 TA660.T34 K16 2019

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