What Every Engineer Should Know about Threaded Fasteners: Materials and Design

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CRC Press, Aug 29, 1986 - Technology & Engineering - 216 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Definitions of Screw Threads
7
Thread Forms
13
Comparison of Thread Series
19
Classes and Grades of Thread Fit
23
Effect of Thread Fit on Performance
27
Criteria of Strength and Fracture
31
Selection of Materials
41
Stainless Steel Fasteners
101
Advantages and Limitations of Austenitic Stainless Steels
105
Use of Ferritic Stainless Steels
113
Use of Martensitic and Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels
115
Applications of Copper Base Alloys
117
Special Features of Aluminum Alloys
123
Nickel Based Alloys
129
Titanium Alloys
133

Practical Strength Limits
43
Materials for Corrosive Environment
47
Materials for High Temperatures
49
Low Temperature Materials
51
Mechanical Properties of Fasteners
53
Strength of Internal Threads
59
Carbon Steel Fasteners
61
Effects of Alloying Elements
65
Fastener Grades
67
Design Features of Nuts
79
Grades of Nut Strength
83
Overtapping and Identity of Grades
93
Guidelines to Bolt and Nut Selection
97
Super Alloys
135
Fasteners of Nonmetallic Materials
139
Behavior of Fasteners
141
Stresses in Fasteners
147
Formulas for Torque and Preload
153
Working Load Criteria
159
Spring Constants
163
Prying and Joint Separation
169
Design Calculations
173
Comments on Quality Control of Fastener
185
Basic Units
191
Index
195
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