Bottom of bolt head compressing against the material it is holding


by n707jt
Tags: bolt, compressing, head, holding, material
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Jun4-10, 05:06 AM
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Hi guys,

If you look at the picture I have included, where a bolt is forced in compression against the plate it is holding, to which example from Roark's would this condition be? (i.e. annular plate with a uniform annular line load, outer edge free; inner edge guided... etc?)

I am trying to match this situation to one of the many formulas for flat circular plates of constant thickness formula within Roarks.

Please advise!

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