Does it matter whether you pressurize a vessel from zero to 4000 psi in 40 millisecond or 10 hours? Will that affect the response of the tank wall in terms of the tensile stress in the wall during or after full pressurization.
Given I have a scenario where I'm making a large amount of gas in a closed chamber by reacting some chemical compounds. If the reaction takes place so fast that the vessel went from zero to 4500 psi in less than 1 second, how can I calculate (or at worst estimate) the thickness of steel wall of the vessel that can take the pressure surge and still remain intact with the gas contained. If you need further details, I'll be happy to provide.