Published 1983 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
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|Statement||Max L. Blosser and Robert R. McWithey|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2226|
|Contributions||McWithey, Robert R, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
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A theoretical basis was developed for the design of fasteners which are free of thermal stress. A fastener can be shaped to eliminate the thermal stress which would otherwise result from.
Theoretical basis for design of thermal-stress-free fasteners A theoretical basis was developed for the design of fasteners which are free of thermal stress.
A fastener can be shaped to eliminate the thermal stress which would otherwise result from differential thermal expansion between dissimilar fastener and sheet materials for many combinations of isotropic and orthotropic materials.
Theoretical basis for design of thermal-stress-free. Thermal-stress-free fasteners for joining orthotropic materials. Max L. Blosser ; Max L. Blosser. NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia. Search for more papers by this author Design and validation of high temperature composite by: Theoretical basis for design of thermal-stress-free fasteners developed.
Two-dimensional analysis defines shapes of interfaces between materials. Design technique determines fastener shapes that maintain tight Theoretical basis for design of thermal-stress-free fasteners book joint while joint undergoes uniform temperature change.
The thermal expansion mismatch between conventional metal fasteners and carbon or silicon-based structural materials may make it difficult to design a structural joint which is tight over the.
en lnl stress analysis on screw thread a. yao and j. doran0 august luu engieerig drectrat rokiln rok linissan, rea 85 09 2 0 4. One of the most frequently encountered causes of failure in engineering fasteners is fatigue. Typical locations for the fatigue of fasteners are the stress concentrations represented by the head to shank fillet, the first engaged thread and the thread runout.
These locations are examined in relation to design rules known for over 60 years to be effective in reducing the stress concentration. fastener is tightened.
The process of tightening a fastener involves turning, advance of the lead screw, and torque, turning moment, so that preload, tension, is produced in the fastener. The desired result is a clamping force to hold components together. Figure 2. Four Zones of the Tightening Process The most general model of the torque.
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Boehm. More information: Table of contents. Design for Thermal Stresses provides an accessible and balanced resource geared towards real-world applications. Presenting both the analysis and synthesis needed for accurate design, the book emphasizes key principles, techniques, and approaches for solving thermal stress problems.
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This book is intended as an advanced modern textbook and reference handbook on the topic of thermal stresses. It should serve a wide range of readers, in particular, graduate and postgraduate students, scientists, researchers in various industrial and government institutes, and engineers working in mechanical, civil, and aerospace engineering.
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Beginning inthese developments were made. The principles of DAZE geometry are explained in NASA Technical Paperentitled "Theoretical Basis for Design of Thermal-Stress-Free Fasteners" by Max L. Blosser and Robert R. McWithey.
This paper records work done on the design of fasteners for Joining materials having dissimilar coefficients of thermal expansion, in particular.
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Part II discusses the physical basis of heat transfer theory and methods of solution of heat conduction boundary-value problems. Part III covers more practical aspects of thermal stress analysis, mainly from the strength-of-materials viewpoint.
Finally, Part IV presents the manner in which temperature effects can be included in inelasticity s: 5. There are many types of "fasteners" so I will give you two.
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Blosser  has viewed thermal stresses in fasteners from the design angle. He has developed a method to eliminate thermal stresses and maintain a tight joint by shaping the fastener shank and the mating hole and allowing the fastener to slip freely along its axis. Here is the first book to introduce, at the senior-undergraduate and graduate levels, key aspects of the analysis of thermal systems appropriate for computer-aided design.
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