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A Book/Material Covering Topics of Bolted Joint Analysis/Calculations!

A Book/Material Covering Topics of Bolted Joint Analysis/Calculations!

A Book/Material Covering Topics of Bolted Joint Analysis/Calculations!

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I use, the books of, "Mechanical Engineering Design by Shigley" and "Mechanical Design Theory and Practice by Deutschman" for fastener and bolted joint analysis and calculations, but either of these books, has only a chapter dealing with the topic/subject.
I appreciate your help and reference to a book or literature/material covering entirely the topic of bolted joint types and
analysis/calculations under all types of loading and judgement criteria.
Thanks for your time and help.

RE: A Book/Material Covering Topics of Bolted Joint Analysis/Calculations!

Anything by Bickford should suit...

Then there is Bolt Science

Regards,

Mike

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RE: A Book/Material Covering Topics of Bolted Joint Analysis/Calculations!

(OP)
Thanks, SnTMan and MJCronin

The book, "An Introduction to the Design and Behavior of Bolted Joints" by John Bickford, mentions in its Chapter 1, another book, titled,"Guide to Design Criteria for Bolted and Riveted Joints", which focuses more on the Shear Bolted Joint, while the first book main focus is on Tensile Bolted Joint.

RE: A Book/Material Covering Topics of Bolted Joint Analysis/Calculations!

Apart from the Bickford books (which I highly recommend), there's also the German VDI 2230 standard. This is a very elaborate cookbook style fastener design manual.

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