screwed joint

screwed joint

A joint that uses threads on the ends of two pipes (or on a pipe and a fitting) to draw the two pieces together and form a leakproof seal.
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There was a series of full-scaled isolated screwed joint tests investigated in Universiti Teknologi Malaysia [26].
Screwed joints are suitable and effective when applying into the cold-formed steel section with the condition that total thickness should not give difficulty to the self-drilling process.
Moreover, the seismic design and fire resistance design for screwed joints were discussed [22-25].
Flange and screwed joint maintenance are practically eliminated.
It was concluded that the general formula that is used to predict the two-pin bending moment resistance of a dowel joint as a function of a single dowel could also be used to predict the moment resistance of the same type of screwed joint. In other words, the bending moment resistance of the joints could be predicted as a function of ultimate withdrawal strength of a single screw.
This current study was carried out to compare withdrawal strength and bending moment capacities of T-type end-to-side grain screwed joints constructed of three different wood species and three different screw sizes.
As a result, it was concluded that the bending moment resistance of screwed joints was affected by the ultimate direct withdrawal strength of a single screw.
Aircraft manufacturers produce increasing quantities of components with a high number of drilled holes for riveted and screwed joints.
Patterson, "Tightening characteristics for screwed joints in osseointegrated dental implants," The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, vol.
In the screwed joints, depth of penetration of the screws in the edge was 32 mm.
In the chair frames constructed with screwed joints, the attachment of side frames to the top, back, and front rails was accomplished with a through bolt and dowel nut.
In general, glued-doweled and screwed joints showed different mechanical behaviors.