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Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

(OP)
I am interested in any Stress Engineering Handbooks that might be out there that is used in the sub industry - something along the lines of Bruhn (aircraft stress).  Can anyone recommend a good book?

RE: Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

(OP)
Dan76,
Can you help me out?

RE: Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

Sorry, I have no Idea, you might try asking someone at General Dynamics (Electrc Boat Division) or Newport News Shipbuiding. Those numbers were already crunched for us when we took the boats out.

RE: Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

(OP)
WOW!  I almost forgot about this posted question!  Thank you very much for responding HamishMcTavish!  I owe you one!

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Nert

RE: Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

inertia4u:   

One reference is the ASME CODE FOR UNFIRED PRESSURE VESSELS.  This is available from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (www.asme.org)

Regards
Dave

RE: Any Good Submarine Stress Books out there?

(OP)
Thank you Cessna1!

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Nert

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