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Design and evaluation of a bolted joint for a discrete carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat section

Design and evaluation of a bolted joint for a discrete carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat section

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Composite structures.,
  • Epoxy matrix composites.,
  • Manufacturing.,
  • Tolerances (Mechanics),
  • Rods.,
  • Pultrusion.,
  • Panels.,
  • Bolted joints.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDonald J. Baker, Carl Q. Rousseau.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 110277.
    ContributionsRousseau, Carl Q., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17695795M

    This report contains recent developments in three aspects of joints in advanced fibrous composite structures: (1) nonlinear analysis of adhesively- bonded stepped-lap joints and doublers, (2) multirow mechanically fastened joints in aerospace structures, and (3) nonlinear analysis of combined bonded and bolted joints. The methods developed include nonlinearities needed for metal structures as. w = Load per bolt per unit distance from the tilting edge. L = Distance of the load from the tilting edge. If there are n number of bolts, then. load in a bolt In above case when n = 4. Maximum load in bolt where, cos α = Factor of Safety (FOS) in Bolted Joints. It is defined as the ratio of failure stress to allowable stress. For ductile.

    nominal bolt tension calculated as above. The shear can be assumed to share equally by all the bolts in the connection. Therefore, the top bolts will have to be checked for combined shear and tension as explained in the previous chapter on Bolted Connections I. Fig. 3 Bolt group resisting out-of-plane moment d i l i L L i NA d/6 (b) (c) C T i. 1) To check performance of bolted joint with different design value of preload. 2) To carry out the analysis of bolted joint with different clearance in between the bolt shank and hole on the plate. 3) To check the performance of bolted joint with angle of .

      Introduction to bolted joints, analysis of their behavior and failure, and associated design insights and processes. FOREWORD The Reinforced Concrete Design Manual [SP(11)] is intended to provide guidance and assistance to professionals engaged in the design of cast-in-place reinforced concrete structures. The first Reinforced Concrete Design Manual (formerly titled ACI Design Handbook) was developed in accordance with the design provisions of ACI Building Code by ACI Committee , Design.


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Design and evaluation of a bolted joint for a discrete carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat section Download PDF EPUB FB2

Design and Evaluation of a Bolted Joint for a Discrete Carbon-Epoxy Rod-Reinforced Hat Section Donald J. Baker Vehicle Structures Directorate - ARL NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA and Carl Q.

Rousseau Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc. Worth, TX Abstract The use of prefabricated pultruded carbon-epoxy rods has reduced the. The tension joint design achieved approximately % strain in the carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat-section and failed in a metal fitting at % of the design ultimate load.

The compression joint design failed in the carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hatsection test specimen area at approximately % strain and at % of the panel design ultimate load.

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Design and evaluation of a bolted joint for a discrete carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat section. [Donald J Baker; Carl Q Rousseau; Langley Research Center.]. The tension joint design achieved approximately percent strain in the carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat-section and failed in a metal fitting at percent of the design ultimate load.

The compression joint design failed in the carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat-section test specimen area at approximately percent strain and at percent Author: Donald J. Baker and Carl Q.

Rousseau. Joint Design Joint Design Loads can be applied to bolted joints in a number of different ways, each of which produces unique effects on the joint.

These effects result from the way the joint is loaded, as well as how the joint responds to the load. Some of the various load types include tensile, shear and bending.

Design and Evaluation of a Bolted Joint for a Discrete Carbon-Epoxy Rod-Reinforced Hat Section - Mr. Donald J. Baker VII-3 Validation of Bonded Composite Doubler Technology Through Application Oriented Structural Testing -Mr.

Dennis Roach VII Strength and Strain Capabilities of Externally Bonded Composite Patch Designs - Mr. James Y. Song VII Guideline for Bolted Joint Design and Analysis: Version VersionJanuary Kevin H. Brown, Charles Morrow, Samuel Durbin, and Allen Baca P.O.

BoxMS Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, NM ABSTRACT This document provides general guidance for the design and analysis of bolted joint connections. The tension joint design achieved approximately % strain in the carbon-epoxy rod-reinforced hat-section and failed in a metal fitting at % of the design ultimate load.

The compression joint. Bolted Joints 12 Riveted Joints Bolts And Nuts 2 Design And Construction 1 Building, Iron And Steel 1 + More; Call Number.

T - Technology. 10 Format. Book 11 Microform 1 Publication Year. 8 to 4 Genre. government publications 2 Author. Bickford, John H., Evaluation of Slip Characteristics, 75 Effect of Joint Geometry and Number of Faying Surfaces, 77 Joint Stiffness, 78 Effect of Type of Steel, Surface Preparation, and Treatment on the Slip Coefficient, 78 Effect of Variation in Bolt Clamping Force, 82 Effect of Grip Length, Bolted Joint Design Bolted Joints - Design And Control SAE Nasa Design And Evaluation Of A Bolted Joint For A Discrete Carbon Epoxy Rod Reinforced Hat Section Nasa Fastener Design Manual Nasa Mechanical Fastener Inspection System Nasm Prevailing Torque Locknut Performance Specification.

Fundamental knowledge of how to design bolted connections is critical for engineers. Failure of a single bolt in a connection can lead to catastrophic failure of the entire connection. This course provides a thorough, but easy to understand, approach that explains the essential details required for the analysis and design of bolted connections.

–Titled “Design and Analysis of Fastened Joints” (DAFJ); 8-hour course, taught twice in Expanded into a 2-day course in —Taught 21 times in this format; course materials revised (improved) after nearly each class Revised into a 3-day course in at NASA JSC request to include a section.

The Bolted Joint Analysis calculator allows for stress analysis of a bolted joint, accounting for preload, applied axial load, and applied shear load. See the instructions within the documentation for more details on performing this analysis.

See the reference section for. Bolted Joint Design Analysis. Bolted Joint Design. A bolt under tension functions similarly to a spring. When a spring is pulled by its ends, it stretches, and when tension is released, it returns to its original shape. However, if the spring is stretched too far, it will remain elongated.

Bolted joint components: Bolt NEVER in shear or bending Stress concentrations at the root of the teeth Fatigue crack propagation. Exception: Shoulder bolts Keep threads clean & lubed to minimize losses ~50% power to bolt head friction ~40% power to thread friction ~10% power to deforming the bolt.

AFWAL-TR VOLUME I p- DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR '- BONDED-BOLTED COMPOSITE, JOINTS Vol. Analysis Derivations and Illustrative Solutions L. Hart-Smith Doyiglas Aircraft Company McDonnell Douglas Corporation.

Eurocodes - Design of steel buildings with worked examples Brussels, 16 - 17 October Example Single sided beam-to-column joint configuration, bolted end-plate connection + + + + M V 15 3 IPE HEB 60 10 30 80 30 4 M16 p=60 u=10 5 w= To be evaluated: Design moment resistance, initial stiffness 0 1 1,0 1,0 M M J J.

_ Design and Evaluation of a Bolted Joint for a Discrete Carbon-Epoxy Rod-Reinforced Hat Section Donald J. Baker Vehicle Structures Directorate Donald J.

Baker Vehicle Structures Directorate U.S. Army Research Laboratory Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia Carl Q. Rousseau Bell Helicopter Textron.

For thicknesses up to mm, this increase may be incorporated in design by a'bolt tilting factor' of on the shear capacity of grade bolts, as given in BS Part 5 (see section ).

Bolt torque In the tests, a standard torque of 65 N m was used and this resulted in slip of the bolt in the hole at a tensile force on the joint.The book is intended to provide a comprehensive source of information on bolted and riveted structural joints as well as an explanation of their behavior under various load conditions.

Design recommendations are provided for both allowable stress design and load factor design. In both cases, major consideration is given to the fundamental. Evolution of mechanical properties of flexible epoxy adhesives under cyclic loading and its effects on composite hybrid bolted/bonded joint design.

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