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Bolt Preload calculation for a 2 side threaded bolt

Bolt Preload calculation for a 2 side threaded bolt

RE: Bolt Preload calculation for a 2 side threaded bolt

Every actually has an equal and opposite reaction. The preload is the same whether one side threaded or two.

RE: Bolt Preload calculation for a 2 side threaded bolt

Hi Sandeep316

The bolt preload is uniform throughout the stud imagine you put one end in a tapped hole and at the other end you tighten a nut against a member face, the thread in the tapped hole sees the same tension as the threaded part in the nut.
We can’t help you any more than that because you haven’t given any info, ie size and length of stud, material and or application of the stud.

“Do not worry about your problems with mathematics, I assure you mine are far greater.” Albert Einstein

RE: Bolt Preload calculation for a 2 side threaded bolt

Agree with desertfox, lacking of necessary information.

David
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RE: Bolt Preload calculation for a 2 side threaded bolt

Looking at the diagram, is that a threaded stay bolt for a steam boiler?

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