The stresses developed in the other tori-spherical end cap, the one
containing the 10.0 inch diameter penetration, are not shown. Except in the
vicinity of the penetration, the stresses are very similar to those shown in
Figures 2-29 and 2-30.
The hatch cover was modeled for computer input as shown in Figure 2-31. The
stresses developed in this component are also shown plotted in this figure.
(4) Methods of Analysis-Nonsymmetric Problems. The nonsymmetric
problem areas in this vessel are the 5.0 inch diameter inlet and outlet
nozzles, the four viewport penetrations in the cylinder wall and the
cylindrical shell in the vicinity of the saddles.
The 5.0 inch diameter
input and output nozzles need not be analyzed as they were designed as
"acceptable" nozzle configurations from the viewpoint of static pressure
stresses. The shell in the vicinity of the saddles and the saddles
themselves will not be treated here since their precise analysis requires the