Thursday, January 31, 2019

Introduction to the Design and Behavior of Bolted Joints (4th Edition)

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Redesigned for increased accessibility, this fourth edition of the bestselling Introduction to the Design and Behavior of Bolted Joints has been divided into two separate but complementary volumes. Each volume contains the basic information useful to bolting experts in any industry, but because the two volumes are more clearly focused, they are easier and more efficient to use. The first volume, Non-Gasketed Joints, describes the design, behavior, misbehavior, failure modes, and analysis of the bolts and bolted joints that play a large, even ubiquitous, role in the myriad machines and structures that form our world.

The author elucidates why proper bolt tension - often called preload - is critical to the safety and reliability of an assembled joint. He introduces many ways to create that preload as well as ways to measure or inspect for it, then covers how to design joints that are less apt to misbehave or fail, using the guidelines, procedures, and simple algebraic mathematics included in the text. The book provides numerous tables, charts, graphs, and appendices, giving you all the information and data required to design and use non-gasketed bolted joints. Now leaner and meaner, this new edition is better suited for classrooms as well as the practicing engineer. 

Preface to the Fourth Edition
Acknowledgments for Volume 1 of the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Acknowledgments for the First Three Editions
Chapter 1: Basic Concepts
Chapter 2: Materials
Chapter 3: Stress and Strength Considerations
Chapter 4: Threads and Their Strength
Chapter 5: Stiffness and Strain Considerations
Chapter 6: Introduction to Assembly
Chapter 7: Torque Control of Preload
Chapter 8: Torque and Turn Control
Chapter 9: Other Ways to Control Preload
Chapter 10: Theoretical Behavior of the Joint under Tensile Loads
Chapter 11: Behavior of the Joint Loaded in Tension: A Closer Look
Chapter 12: In-Service Behavior of a Shear Joint
Chapter 13: Introduction to Joint Failure
Chapter 14: Self-Loosening
Chapter 15: Fatigue Failure
Chapter 16: Corrosion
Chapter 17: Selecting Preload for an Existing Joint
Chapter 18: Design of Joints Loaded in Tension
Chapter 19: Design of Joints Loaded in Shear
Appendix A: Units and Symbol Log
Appendix B: Glossary of Fastener and Bolted Joint Terms
Appendix C: Sources of Bolting Information and Standards
Appendix D: English and Metric Conversion Factors
Appendix E: Tensile Stress Areas for English and Metric Threads with Estimated ‘‘Typical’’ Preloads and Torques for As-Received Steel Fasteners
Appendix F: Basic Head, Thread, and Nut Lengths

Author Details
"John H. Bickford"

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