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Chapter 13 Itty-bitty Introduction to Joining Technology
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Recommended Reading • Callister p. 386, 555 -557, Callister p. 386, 555 557,
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Overview of Joining Fasteners Adhesive bonding Fusion and Solid State Welding us o a d So d State We d g Soldering Brazing Diffusion Bonding
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Overview -Comparison of joining methods Method Strength Design Reliability Cost Variability Arc weld Very good Good Very good Good Nuts & Very good Good Very good Fair bolts Rivets Very good Good Very good Good Adhesive bonding Fair Very good Good Good
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Mechanical Fastening The most common method of permanent (or semi- permanent) mechanical joining is by riveting. Hundreds of thousands of rivets used in commercial aircraft. Three basic steps: hole preparation, insertion of rivets and deformation of the ends by upsetting. a solid river b tubular rivet c split rivet a. solid river, b. tubular rivet, c. split rivet
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