Unformatted text preview: G , is 3.0 inches, 3. both members are steel, 4. the bolt is steel, 5. negligible radial clearance between the bolt and members. Then: a. Find the member stiffness, k m . b. Find the bolt stiffness, k b . c. Find the joint constant, C. d. Plot the force in the bolt, F b , and the force in the members, F m , versus applied load, P, when the preload force is 90% of the proof load. Show the value of P at which the joint separates. e. Plot the force in the bolt, F b , and the force in the members, F m , versus applied load, P, when the preload force is 60% of the proof load. Show the value of P at which the joint separates....
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 Fall '08
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 Machine Design, Shear, Stress, LG, Bolt, Bolted joint, shear failure, Machine Design II

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