What Every Engineer Should Know About Threaded Fasteners: Materials and Design More DetailsWhat Every Engineer Should Know About Threaded Fasteners: Materials and Design
By A. Blake
Publisher: Marcel Dekker, Inc.
1986, Hardcover, 308 pages
From the publisher: "A 200-page presentation of materials gives the elementary design formulas for fastener sizing, properties, and sample calculations. This volume is an important reference for: mechanical, design, manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace engineers, technologists, and technicians; fastener manufacturers and sales personnel; undergraduate-level courses in manufacturing and mechanical engineering; and industry in-house training courses in fastener design and manufacture."
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction; Definitions of Screw Threads; Thread Forms; Comparison of Thread Series; Classes and Grades of Thread Fit; Effect of Thread Fit on Performance; Criteria of Strength and Fracture; Selection of Materials; Practical Strength Limits; Materials for Corrosive Environment; Materials for High Temperatures; Low Temperature Materials; Mechanical Properties of Fasteners; Strength of Internal Threads; Carbon Steel Fasteners; Effects of Alloying Elements; Fastener Grades; Design Features of Nuts; Grades of Nut Strength; Overtapping and Identity of Grades; Guidelines to Bolt and Nut Selection; Stainless Steel Fasteners; Advantages and Limitations of Austenitic Stainless Steels; Use of Ferritic Stainless Steels; Use of Martensitic and Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels; Applications of Copper Base Alloys; Special Features of Aluminum Alloys; Nickel Based Alloys; Titanium Alloys; The Super Alloys; Fasteners of Nonmetallic Materials; Behavior of Fasteners; Stresses in Fasteners; Formulas for Torque and Preload; Working Load Criteria; Spring Constants; Prying and Joint Separation; Design Calculations; Standards Directory; Basic Units.