## Flat and Corrugated Diaphragm Design Handbook |

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### Contents

Part I | 1 |

Mechanical Properties of Materials | 12 |

Diaphragm Material | 21 |

The Stainless Steels | 29 |

The Nickel Alloys | 78 |

ConstantModulus and LowExpansion Alloys | 98 |

Special Materials | 110 |

Residual Stresses and Stability | 116 |

Design of Semiconductor Diaphragms | 207 |

Design of Bellows | 233 |

Part III | 247 |

Design of Corrugated Diaphragms | 259 |

Effects of Temperature on Diaphragm Performance | 295 |

Stress Calculations | 302 |

Empirical Formulas and Curve Fitting | 310 |

The Forming of Diaphragms | 321 |

Thermal Effects on Physical Properties of Materials | 123 |

Bending of Diaphragms under Lateral Pressure | 130 |

Flat Diaphragm with Rigid Center | 157 |

Calculations for Flat Diaphragms at Any Deflection | 178 |

Transverse Loading of Diaphragms | 188 |

Convex DiaphragmsSnap Action | 201 |

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air-cool alloy annealed applications approximately Armco austenitic bellows bending stresses beryllium copper brazing calculated carbon characteristic equation Chemical Composition chromium cold-working convolutions copper corrosion resistance corrugated diaphragms curve DEFLECTION PRESSURE XFS deflection ratio deviation diameter diaphragm with rigid edge effective area elements Elongation Example factor q fatigue strength flat diaphragm frequency hardened Hastelloy heat treatment heat-treated hysteresis Inconel increase instrument load machined martensite material maximum stress Mechanical Properties membrane metal method modulus of elasticity nickel nonlinear obtained performance phragm Physical Constants plate Poisson's ratio precipitation-hardening pressure ratio PRESSURE XFS DEV profile factor radial stress radius rectangular diaphragm residual stresses rigid center rigid-center sensitivity sheet shown in Fig Solution stainless steel stress ratio surface Table tangential stress temperature tensile strength tension thickness tion values of q Variation welding XFS DEV VARIABLES yg/h yield strength

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Page ix - Linearity" (usually measured in terms of non-linearity) is the maximum deviation of the actual characteristic (average of upscale and downscale readings), positive or negative, from a straight line so positioned as to equalize and minimize the maximum deviations. "Local area network.

Page ix - ... eg, a maximum deviation between an average curve and a straight line. The average curve is determined after making two or more full range traverses in each direction. The value of linearity is referred to the output unless otherwise stated. Note 2: As a performance specification linearity should be expressed as independent linearity, terminal-based linearity or zero-based linearity. When expressed simply as linearity it is assumed to be independent linearity.