Flat and Corrugated Diaphragm Design Handbook

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CRC Press, Jan 29, 1982 - Technology & Engineering - 404 pages
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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
Protection from Overload
332
Design of Corrugated Bellows
342
Computer Solutions
346
Index
397
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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.

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