Among the criteria considered as a basis for design was an evaluation of the load versus deformation characteristics of the component parts of the joint.
The major emphasis was placed on the behavior of structural joints connected by ASTM A325 or A490 high-strength bolts. The joint materials considered ranged from structural carbon steel with a specified yield stress between 33 and 36 ksi (227 and 248 MPa) to quenched and tempered alloy steel with a yield stress ranging from 90 to 100 ksi (620 to 689 MPa). The different types of fasteners, connections, loading conditions, and design
" Special types of joints such as truss-type connections, shingle joints, beam or girder splices, and beam-to-column connections are discussed in subsequent chapters"
procedures are discussed briefly in the first two chapters. Chapters 3 and 4 deal with the behavior of individual fasteners under various loading conditions. Chapter 5 describes the behavior, analysis, and design of symmetric butt splices. Special types of joints such as truss-type connections, shingle joints, beam or girder splices, and beam-to-column connections are discussed in subsequent chapters.
Title of the Book
Title of BookGuide to Design Criteria for Bolted and Riveted Joints
Author of Book
Geoffrey L. Kulak
John W. Fisher
John H. A. Struik
Contents of the Book
Symmetric Butt Splices
Oversize and Slotted Holes
Filler Plates between Surfaces
Alignment of holes
Eccentrically Loaded Joints
Beam and Girder Splices
Tension – Type Connections
Beam to Column Connections
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