1966-02-01

The Strength of Bolted Assemblies Subjected to Combined Dynamic Loads 660433

This paper deals with the study of the strength conditions of bolted assemblies subjected to various types of repeated loads. The loads considered are repeated axial loads, repeated bending loads, and repeated combined loads, which are composed of axial and bending loads. A rational equation of the strength of a bolted assembly is suggested in order to express the conditions that exist when such an assembly is subjected to conditions of combined dynamic loading.

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