（Mechanical engineering, 207 . Introduction to the design and behavior of bolted joints ; [v. 1]）
CRC Press, c2008
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全5件
Includes bibliographical references and index
Redesigned for increased accessibility, this fourth edition of the bestselling Introduction to the Design and Behavior of Bolted Joints has been divided into two separate but complementary volumes. Each volume contains the basic information useful to bolting experts in any industry, but because the two volumes are more clearly focused, they are easier and more efficient to use. The first volume, Non-Gasketed Joints, describes the design, behavior, misbehavior, failure modes, and analysis of the bolts and bolted joints that play a large, even ubiquitous, role in the myriad machines and structures that form our world. The author elucidates why proper bolt tension - often called preload - is critical to the safety and reliability of an assembled joint. He introduces many ways to create that preload as well as ways to measure or inspect for it, then covers how to design joints that are less apt to misbehave or fail, using the guidelines, procedures, and simple algebraic mathematics included in the text. The book provides numerous tables, charts, graphs, and appendices, giving you all the information and data required to design and use non-gasketed bolted joints. Now leaner and meaner, this new edition is better suited for classrooms as well as the practicing engineer.
BASIC CONCEPTS Two Types of Bolted Joints Bolt's Job The Challenge Failure Modes Design Layout of the Book Exercises MATERIALS Properties That Affect the Clamping Force Fastener Standards Selecting an Appropriate Standard Bolting Materials Tensile Strength of Bolting Materials Metric Fasteners Equivalent Materials Some Comments on the Strength of Bolting Materials Nut Selection Effects of Temperature on Material Properties Other Material Factors to Consider Joint Materials Exercises References and Bibliography STRESS AND STRENGTH CONSIDERATIONS Types of Strength Bolt in Tension Strength of a Bolt Strength of the Joint Other Types of Load on a Bolt Exercises and Problems References and Bibliography THREADS AND THEIR STRENGTH Thread Forms Thread Series Thread Allowance, Tolerance, and Class Inspection Levels Thread Nomenclature Coarse- versus Fine- versus Constant-Pitch Threads The Strength of Threads What Happens to Thread Form under Load? Things That Modify the Static Strength of Threads Other Factors Affecting Strength Exercises and Problems References and Bibliography STIFFNESS AND STRAIN CONSIDERATIONS Bolt Deflection Bolt Stiffness Calculations The Joint Gasketed Joints An Alternate Way to Compute Joint Stiffness Joint Stiffness Ratio or Load Factor Stiffness-Some Design Goals Exercises and Problems References INTRODUCTION TO ASSEMBLY Initial versus Residual Preload Starting the Assembly Process Bolt Preload versus Clamping Force on the Joint Continuing the Snugging Pass Short-Term Relaxation of Individual Bolts Elastic Interactions between Bolts The Assembly Process Reviewed Optimizing Assembly Results Exercises References TORQUE CONTROL OF PRELOAD Importance of Correct Preload Torque versus Preload-The Long-Form Equation Things That Affect the Torque-Preload Relationship Torque versus Preload-The Short-Form Equation Nut Factors Torque Control in Practice Some Tools for Torque Control Fasteners That Limit Applied Torque Is Torque Control Any Good? Testing Tools The Influence of Torque Control on Joint Design Using Torque to Disassemble a Joint Exercises and Problems References and Bibliography TORQUE AND TURN CONTROL Basic Concepts of Turn Control Turn versus Preload Friction Effects Torque and Turn in Theory Turn-of-Nut Control Production Assembly Problems Popular Control Strategies Monitoring the Results Problems Reduced by Torque-Angle Control How to Get the Most Out of Torque-Angle Control Exercises and Problems Bibliography and References OTHER WAYS TO CONTROL PRELOAD Stretch Control: The Concept Problems of Stretch Control Stretch Measurement Techniques How Much Stretch? Problems Reduced by Stretch Control How to Get the Most Out of Stretch Control Direct Preload Control-An Introduction Bolt Tensioners Bolt Heaters Problems Reduced by Direct Preload Control Getting the Most Out of Direct Preload Control Ultrasonic Measurement of Stretch or Tension Ultrasonic Measurements Using Plasma-Coated, Thin Film Transducers Exercises and Problems References THEORETICAL BEHAVIOR OF THE JOINT UNDER TENSILE LOADS Basic Joint Diagram Details and Variations Mathematics of the Joint Loading Planes Dynamic Loads on Tension Joints The Joint Under a Compressive Load A Warning Exercises and Problems References BEHAVIOR OF THE JOINT LOADED IN TENSION: A CLOSER LOOK Effect of Prying Action on Bolt Loads Mathematics of Prying Other Nonlinear Factors Thermal Effects Joint Equations That Include the Effects of Eccentricity and Differential Expansion Exercises and Problems References IN-SERVICE BEHAVIOR OF A SHEAR JOINT Bolted Joints Loaded in Axial Shear Factors That Affect Clamping Force in Shear Joints Response of Shear Joints to External Loads Joints Loaded in Both Shear and Tension Present Definitions-Types of Shear Joint Exercises References INTRODUCTION TO JOINT FAILURE Mechanical Failure of Bolts Missing Bolts Loose Bolts Bolts Too Tight Which Failure Modes Must We Worry About? Concept of Essential Conditions Importance of Correct Preload Load Intensifiers Failure of Joint Members Galling Exercises References SELF-LOOSENING The Problem How Does a Nut Self-Loosen? Loosening Sequence Junker's Theory of Self-Loosening Testing for Vibration Resistance To Resist Vibration Exercises References and Bibliography FATIGUE FAILURE Fatigue Process What Determines Fatigue Life? Other Types of Diagram Influence of Preload and Joint Stiffness Minimizing Fatigue Problems Predicting Fatigue Life or Endurance Limit Fatigue of Shear Joint Members Case Histories Exercises References and Bibliography CORROSION Corrosion Mechanism Hydrogen Embrittlement Stress Corrosion Cracking Other Types of Stress Cracking Minimizing Corrosion Problems Fastener Coatings Exercises References and Bibliography SELECTING PRELOAD FOR AN EXISTING JOINT How Much Clamping Force Do We Want? Simple Ways to Select Assembly Preloads Estimating the In-Service Clamping Force Relating Desired to Anticipated Bolt Tensions Which Variables to Include in the Analysis ASTM F16.96 Subcommittee on Bolting Technology A More Rigorous Procedure NASA's Space Shuttle Preload Selection Procedure Exercises References and Bibliography DESIGN OF JOINTS LOADED IN TENSION A Major Goal: Reliable Joints Typical Design Steps Joint Design in the Real World VDI Joint Design Procedure An Example Other Factors to Consider When Designing a Joint Exercises References and Bibliography DESIGN OF JOINTS LOADED IN SHEAR An Overview The VDI Procedure Applied to Shear Joints How Shear Joints Resist Shear Loads Strength of Friction-Type Joints Strength of Bearing-Type Joints Eccentrically Loaded Shear Joints Allowable Stress versus Load and Resistance Factor Design Exercises References Appendix A: Units and Symbol Log Appendix B: Glossary of Fastener and Bolted Joint Terms Appendix C: Sources of Bolting Information and Standards Appendix D: English and Metric Conversion Factors Appendix E: Tensile Stress Areas for English and Metric Threads with Estimated "Typical" Preloads and Torques for As-Received Steel Fasteners Appendix F: Basic Head, Thread, and Nut Lengths INDEX
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