Analysis of bolted joints.
One day course: 6 October
Location: Institution of Engineering Designers headquarters.
A concentrated one day course on the skills and techniques for the successful analysis of bolted joints and threaded fasteners.
The course is designed for designers and engineers who are responsible for the specification and design of bolted joints. This is a practical course--methodologies will be presented for solving everyday bolting problems encountered in mechanical engineering. It includes presentations on the latest theoretical aspects of the subject and uses a hands on practical approach to enable delegates to apply the knowledge gained to the design of bolting and fastening systems.
Who should attend?
Engineers with responsibility for solving service problems
* Introduction to threaded fasteners.
* The strength of bolts and nuts
* The stress area of a thread
* Fastener failure modes
* Methods of tightening threaded fasteners
* Torque tightening of threaded fasteners; how to determine the appropriate torque value for a fastener
* Basics of bolt loading
* Vibration loosening of threaded fasteners. What causes threaded fasteners to self loosen?
* An outline of vdi 2230--systematic calculation of high duty bolted joints.
* Preload requirement charts
* Fatigue failures
* Shear loads applied to bolted joints
* Combined shear and tension joints
* Open forum/discussion
Bill Eccles is a consultant mechanical engineer with 30 years experience in mechanical engineering with the last 16 specialising in bolted joint technology and analysis. He is a Chartered Engineer, a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and a registered European Engineer.
Course details: www.ied.org.uk/events.
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