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Investigation of load distributions in a bolted double lap joint.

Heather Nash

Investigation of load distributions in a bolted double lap joint.

by Heather Nash

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ContributionsManchester Polytechnic. Department of Mechanical, Production and Chemical Engineering.
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Open LibraryOL13906003M

AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF LOAD-SHARING IN A MULTI-BOLT PULTRUDED COMPOSITE JOINT. Pultruded composite specimens with one, two, three, and four holes along the specimen axis were tested in finger-tight, bolt-loaded conditions. . bolted joint. Composite plates were made of carbon/ epoxy using a quasi-isotropic stacking sequence. The specimens were set to have eight plies of plain carbon weave. Steel bolts, nuts, and washers were used for the joining of the composite panel to two steel plates in a double lap configuration. A piezo-electric load cell transducer was used File Size: 1MB.

been identified. In this project we focus on the load transfer in hybrid (bonded/bolted) joint single lap and also investigate the effects of material properties, tensile load, adhesive thickness, bolt diameter and overlap region. INTRODUCTION Composite materials has traditionally been achieved by mechanical fastening or adhesive bonding in this. IHS ESDU Flexibility of, and load distribution in, multi-bolt lap joints subject to in-plane axial loads.

Bolted connections of beams are very common joints in steel constructions. There are two basic bolted joint types that an engineer can use to connect two parts together: snug tight and prestressed joint. The two differences between these joints are the amount of . Item Type: Ph.D. Thesis: Title: Asymptotic Analysis of the Load Transfer on Double-Lap Bolted Joints: Language: English: Abstract: In this thesis, the complex potential method along with the method of compound asymptotic expansions is applied to the analysis of selected problems of plane elasticity related to double-lap bolted joints.


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Investigation of load distributions in a bolted double lap joint by Heather Nash Download PDF EPUB FB2

The varying load distributions in double-lap multi-bolt composite joints were investigated using both the experiments and the PDM. A test method was presented for measuring the load distribution histories of the damaged multi-bolt joints and a double-lap, three-bolt joint was tested as an by: 7.

Investigation of bolt clamping force on the fatigue life of double lap simple bolted and hybrid (bolted/bonded) joints via experimental and numerical analysis. Therefore, the stress distributions in the joint are relatively uniform compared with those in the mechanical by: This work aims to investigate the fretting fatigue life and failure mode of steel QB plates in single-lap bolted joints.

Ten specimens were prepared and tested to fit the S-N curve. SEM (scanning electron microscope) was then employed to observe fatigue crack surfaces and identify crack initiation, crack propagation, and transient fracture zones. Moreover, a FEM model was established Cited by: 3.

The maximum load joint D4l was subjected to was kips. When the l6adbegan to drop off the test was ~topped before either the plate or bolts failed. Visual inspection of the joint showed that a plate failure was imminent.

The maximum load reach in joint D3l was 5~4 kips. The d to falloff and the test was halted. Neither the plate. In this investigation, the effects of torque tightening on the fatigue life of double lap simple bolted and hybrid (bolted/bonded) joints have been studied via experimental and multi-axial fatigue.

The instrumentation of specimens used to deter mine load transfer throughout the lap joint is shown in Fig. 1, where the strain gauge (FLK 23, gauge length 2 mm, gauge factor ) locations.

Based on the Upper Bound Theory, a Simplified Engineering Approach is Presented to Determine the Ultimate Strength of a pin-Loaded Composite Laminate in this Papaer. According to the Upper Bound Theory, the Displacement Rate in a Given Ply is Divided into Two Zones: the Moving Zone and the Static Zone.

the Applied Load Q that Associated with Displacement must be Less than the Maximum Author: Li Nan Cheng, Xi Tao Zheng, Chun Yang Tan. A 3-D FEA has been carried out to determine the stress distribution in bolted double-lap bolted joints using ABAQUS CAE and compared with available closed-form equations.

As friction load in bolted joint is transferred through-the-thickness, the 3-D finite element model gave more reliable stress distribution than simplistic 2-D closed form (incorporated with clamp-up).Author: Hilton Ahmad.

Answer to A bolted lap joint using ISO class bolts and members made of cold-drawn SAE steel is shown in the figure. Find%(9). Bolted joints are one of the most common elements in construction and machine design. They consist of fasteners that capture and join other parts, and are secured with the mating of screw threads.

There are two main types of bolted joint designs: tension joints and shear joints. In the tension joint, the bolt and clamped components of the joint are designed to transfer an applied tension load.

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 Operating System: Web.

Fig. 2 Double lap Single bolted joint A. Steps in Experimental Analysis 1. Take composite plate specimen and the gauge length is marked on that to measure the total deflection occurred after experiment. Then the composite plate fastened with steel plates with help of bolt to form double lap bolted joint.

In this sort of lap joint, although the numbers of plates on either side of the bolt are different, the line of action of the force runs through the middle.

It is possible to further reinforce the connection or distribute the load by varying the connection through the addition of more plates or more bolts. The addition of plates increases the. This study concerns the determination of the contact stresses and contact region around bolt holes and the bolt load distribution in single- and double-lap joints of composite laminates with arbitrarily located bolts under general mechanical loading conditions and uniform temperature by: The use of adhesively bonded joints in place of traditional joining techniques such as bolted or rivet joints is becoming greatly popular in recent years.

Interfacial stress in the adhesive is critical to the strength of adhesively bonded joints. It is necessary to predict the interfacial stresses accurately to ensure the safety of joints. In this work, an analytical model is explicitly Author: Shiuh-Chuan Her, Cheng-Feng Chan.

patterns proposed for the shear strength investigation of bolted joint to be used in the industry. 3D models of a bolted joint having different array pattern has been developed by using modeling software Catia and FEM.

FEA tools and techniques are being proposed for investing the effectiveness of the bolted joint. T1 - Analysis of bolted-bonded composite single-lap joints under combined in-plane and transverse loading. AU - Barut, A.

AU - Madenci, E. PY - /5/1. Y1 - /5/1. N2 - A semi-analytical solution method is developed for stress analysis of single-lap hybrid (bolted/bonded) joints of composite laminates under in-plane as well as lateral by:   Report presenting a general solution for the determination of loads carried by individual bolts in symmetrical butt joints.

Testing was conducted on test specimens made of 24S-T aluminum-alloy plates fastened by two or three 1/4-inch alloy-steel bolts with the bolts in a single line in line with the applied load. Results regarding the determination of bolt loads and deflections from test data Cited by: allows simulating the failure of the joint and composite substrate.

In order to help the design process of bonded joints, it was developed a software called SAJ (System of Analysis for Joints), which is capable of analyzing a bonded joint behavior in detail, not only for single lap joint, but also, for double lap joint.

High-strength steel hybrid joints that combine adhesive and bolts have been studied both experimentally and numerically. The fatigue strength of the double lap joint has been experimentally measured under completely reversed cyclic loading. Finite element analysis was used to estimate the stress state at the contact interface of the lap by: 3.

This paper aims to study the mechanical behaviour and failure mode of Al T3 in double-lap bolted joints. To accomplish this, the effect of geometric parameters was investigated in both configurations of single and double fasteners.

Using ABAQUS/Standard, a three-dimensional finite element model was developed and verified against the experimental results of the joints loaded in by: 6.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.This report contains a theoretical discussion of the load distribution in bolted or riveted joints in light-alloy structures which is applicable not only for loads below the limit of proportionality but also for loads above this limit.

The theory is developed for double and single shear joints.