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Elovenko D.A. Tendentsii razvitiya tekhnologii formoobrazovaniya mnogosloinykh tsilindricheskikh konstruktsii i metody otsenki ostatochnykh tekhnologicheskikh napryazhenii [Tendencies of development of formation technology of multilayer cylindrical structures and residual technological stress evaluation methods]. Sovremennye tekhnologii. Sistemnyi analiz. Modelirovanie [Modern Technologies. System Analysis. Modeling], 2019. Vol. 62, No. 2, pp. 48–58. DOI: 10.26731/1813-9108.2019.2(62).48–58

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The paper provides a brief description of the main modern studies intended to model, analyze and optimize the process flow of forming multilayer cylindrical structures in order to reduce the resulting residual stresses.  The mentioned works are focused on the study of multilayer rolled structures formed in a spiral of Archimedes, twisted spiral-rolled structures, as well as structures obtained by winding the workpiece in the form of a flexible wire of rectangular cross-section. One of the main parameters of optimizing the formation process is the amount of tension of the wound-up workpiece and the rotational speed of the central cylindrical element. The review also contains references to studies solving the problems of the emergence of various defects (telescopicity, wrinkling, etc.) in formed structures. The considered methods and models can be directly applied in practice when creating pressure vessels and reactors, whose bearing part is assembled from several multi-layered cylindrical units (shells). Many of them can be developed and adapted to be further applied at the stage of analysis of the resulting residual stresses and strains emerging due to the shaping of multilayer cylindrical structures. The analytical review presented in this paper provides an insight into solutions of various problems associated with the process flow of forming rolled multilayer cylindrical structures wound in a spiral of Archimedes and spiral-wound twisted structures, and also allows one to trace the main trends of their development.

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