bolted joint


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bolted joint

[¦bōl·təd ′jȯint]
(engineering)
The assembly of two or more parts by a threaded bolt and nut or by a screw that passes through one member and threads into another.
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Proper assembly in a controlled manner is one of the primary factors integral to the integrity of a bolted joint.
Said Mr Milne: "Welders are able to train and become certified to industry standards, but bolted joint assemblers have no such system, despite assembling pressure boundary joints on the same equipment as welders.
A concentrated one day course on the skills and techniques for the successful analysis of bolted joints and threaded fasteners.
Archer explains: "The big disconnect in bolted joints is that the engineer designs a joint around a certain clamp load.
Tightening of a bolted joint can be divided into basic categories, where screw is utilized either in its elastic or plastic region.
Pressurex is used for assessing interracial stresses that occur at gasketed-and flanged interfaces in any kind of bolted joint or clamp, lamination presses, roller systems and heat sealers and during welding in materials testing and from impact forces.
Its three main components are the Joint Analysis program, which determines whether or not a bolted joint is capable of sustaining the forces acting upon it; the Thread Analysis Program, which calculates the forces necessary to strip the internal and external threads as well as fracture a fastener; and the Torque Analysis Program, which is specifically designed to provide a means of determining the correct tightening torque and the resulting anticipated clamp force for a threaded fastener.
Returning from Canada to Cambridge, he met with a trusted colleague, drove to his Maine summer home where for several days he carefully worked through a series of detailed structural calculations and concluded that failure of a bolted joint at the thirtieth floor was likely in a sixteen-year storm.
This product is useful for assessing interfacial stresses that occur at gasketed and flanged interfaces, in any bolted joint or clamp, in lamination presses, in roller systems and in heat sealers, during welding, in materials testing and from impact forces.
Most recently, he served as Business Development Manager/Sales Manager - Western Hemisphere for Hydratight, a bolted joint integrity solution and machining services company serving the Power Generation, Oil and Gas, Industrial and Aero industries.
Courses are delivered by certified trainers by means of both theory and practical modules, to elevate a bolted joint to the same level of skill measures and monitors one would typically apply to a welded joint.
8220;Other overhead door manufacturers rely solely on a simple bolted joint to connect sections of their doors.