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Conventional Design and Finite Element Analysis for Bolted Joint - A Review


Khemchand M. Kapgate , K.D.K.C.E.Nagpur; Dr. C. C. Handa, K.D.K.C.E.Nagpur; V. D. Dhopte, K.D.K.C.E.Nagpur; B .D. Sarode, K.D.K.C.E.Nagpur; Ritesh Kumar, Simphoenix Technologies


Bolt, FEM, Pre-Load, Shear Load, Bending load


This paper describes the simple approach to optimized bolted joints for shear and bending loaded condition. The research on Analyse Bolted joints subjected to preload, shear & bending loads in order to evaluate Failure stresses, deformations, Slipping during preload, Contact pressure & sliding behaviour. The stresses in the bolts of the bolted flange joint of the nozzle of stacked heat exchanger so that bolts/studs should not be failed during proof resistance test. This paper presents a theoretical model and a simulation analysis of bolted joint deformations. The bolt pretension force, friction coefficient and contact stiffness factor are considered as parameters which are influencing the joint deformation. The FEA modeling and experimental validation of composite bolted joint loaded in shear and bending. The optimization was performed by the non-linear programming approach.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I60176
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2015
Page(s): 214-218

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