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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The choice of bolts in galvanic bolted joints of steel structures must take into account the effect of the bolt size and bolt material.
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Nevertheless, when load-carrying capacity is concerned, bolted joints are the most important methods of composite assembling especially in aerospace industry because of their high load-carrying capacity and facility to assemble, disassemble, and repair.
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Failure of bolted joints can lead to catastrophic events, such as leaking of poisonous material, train derailments, aircraft crashes.
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.
Seminars For Engineers, in conjunction with Clemson Edupro Inc., has announced its seminar "Fastening Technology and Bolted Joint Design" will be held in Chicago, III., Nov.
There are four or five companies that come to mind in the Black Country that supply this area." He pointed to companies such as nuts and bolts manufacturer Doran Engineering in Willenhall and bolted joint solutions and machining services firm Hydratight in Walsall..
The breakage of a wood bolted joint is due to the bolt's shear, or to the splitting of the wood elements, when bolts are stiff.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch also blamed a missed inspection just five days before and a failed bolted joint. It said: "All three factors were necessary for the accident."