TENSILE TEST ON THE MULTI-FASTENER SINGLE-LAP JOINT WITH MISSING BOLT

Ankitkumar A. Patel , Ms. Ramya H. S.

Abstract


During experimental work, show the bearing type of failure in the specimens. This failure is depend on the e/d and w/d ratio of the specimen. When e/d and w/d ratio same then bearing type of failure has become and give a more strength. Stress distribution give the idea about the which grade of bolt will be taken in the connection because of at every hole stress distribution is different. Stress distribution is different than the strength of bolt is different. Also find out the joint behaviors from the Stress-Strain and Load-Elongation graph. It gives the idea about the contact between Hole and bolt. We are losing any one bolt then total strength of bolted connection is reduced and sometimes connection will be fail. Reduction of strength due to missing bolt system give the idea about the failure of safe structure and failure give idea about the e/d and w/d ratio.


Keywords


Missing Bolt System, Bolted Connection.

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