I understand there are a variety of forces that are at work when a bolt is clamping two components together. However, what I don't understand is what forces are at work when a bolt is screwed into a blind hole and it bottoms out. Assuming a torque is applied, how would this torque act on the threads and structure of the part the bolt is being screwed into. Assuming the bolt does not bottom out, typically the threads will strip. But if the bolt bottoms out, then what?