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2 Pg 2 / 8 Thread Standards M Metric threads are specified b writing the diameter and pitch in millimeters. This thread have a nominal major diameter of 10 mm and a pitch of 1.5 mm. (Table 8-1) "-18 UNRF Unified threads are specified b stating the nominal major diameter, the number of threads per inch, and the thread series. (Table 8-2). Bolt Strength Table 8-1 (Sample) pg 398 In the specification standards for bolts, the bolt size is specified b stating the proof strength against the minimum tensile stress or von-mises stress. proof load proof strength the maimum load (force) that a bolt can withstand without acquiring a permanent set. the quotient of the proof load and the tensile-stress area. Table 8-11 (Sample) pg 420

4 Pg 4 / 8 Pure ial Load (P) P Tensile load per bolt : F p n ( NB : this is primar load. ) P Tensile stress per bolt : σ p total P n t n - number of bolts t - tensile stress area (see Table 8-1) Pure Shear Load, V V Shear load per bolt : S p n V Shear stress per bolt : τ p total τ p V n s if shear occurs at the shank part, then use bolt sectional-area as π d 2 s where d - major diameter 4 τ p V if shear occurs at threaded part, then use n r bolt sectional-area as r - minor diameter area (refer to Table 8-1)

5 Pg 5 / 8 Bending Load Moment M is force eerted on bolts b plate M P L M If force per unit distance U f n i 1 l i 2 Then force at bolt n : F n U f l n F n Secondar tensile stress : σ s t - tensile stress area (see Table 8-1) t

6 Pg 6 / 8 Torsional Load, T V 1 V 2 _ C V 3 T V 5 _ V 4 Twisting loads act at centroid of all bolts : T V 1 r 1 + V 2 r V n r n where r - distance of bolt to centroid If shear force per unit distance U n T i 1 r i 2 Then shear force at bolt n : V n Ur n V n Secondar shear stress : τ s rea could be either area s or r (If r - see Table 8-1)

8 Pg 8 / 8 Question 2 force F acts on a mounting bracket fied to a structure b 3 bolts as shown in diagram below. Bolt used is 1/2"-13 UNC of STM grade Draw the freebod diagram showing all forces acting on the bolts 2. If the force F is 2 kn, determine the status of the connection if η If the bolt is M of Metric Class 5.8, find the safet factor. 4. Determine the maimum load F that the bolts can carr if the bolt used are 3/4"-10 UNC of STM grade 490. Use η 2.5. (Hint: Convert metric dimensions to imperial (3 decimal points). Question 3 bracket holding a cable of tension F is shown in diagram below. It is fied to the floor b 4 bolts of STM tpe 1 grade Determine F, if bolt size is 3/4"-10 UNC. and given η 3 2. If tension F 50 kn and the bolts size is 1/2"-13 UNC., determine the status of the connection if recommended safet factor is 2.50 Connections Eamples Test

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