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By John Bickford
Providing a broad-based overview of the criteria affecting the layout, meeting and behavior of bolted joints and their elements in all industries, this paintings information a variety of meeting innovations in addition to particular failure modes and methods for his or her avoidance. This variation positive factors fabric on: the touch stresses among bolt head or nut face and the joint; thread kinds, sequence and sessions; the stiffness of raised face flange joints; and extra.
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An Introduction to the Design and Behavior of Bolted Joints by John Bickford