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Finite element based methods for the fatigue design of bolts and bolted joints

Buhr, Kai Carsten ; Haydn, W. ; Bacher-Höchst, Manfred ; Wuttke, Ulrich ; Berger, Christina (2009)
Finite element based methods for the fatigue design of bolts and bolted joints.
In: SAE international journal of materials and manufacturing, 2 (1)
Article, Bibliographie

Abstract

Due to the increase of computer performance, modern screw design is more and more based on finite element analyses. Depending on the problem, different possibilities of modelling bolted joints are reasonable. Traditionally, a nominal stress approach is used for the fatigue design of bolted joints. But, in modern lightweight constructions it is more and more common to connect threaded components directly without using a classic bolted connection. In this case a local approach has to be used. In several investigations at the Fachgebiet und Institut für Werkstoffkunde (Chair and Institute for Materials Technology) in Darmstadt and the Robert Bosch GmbH in Schwieberdingen different concepts for a local approach have been tested for the fatigue design of threaded connections. As a result, an overview can be given, which design concept and which model can be properly used for calculations.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2009
Creators: Buhr, Kai Carsten ; Haydn, W. ; Bacher-Höchst, Manfred ; Wuttke, Ulrich ; Berger, Christina
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: Finite element based methods for the fatigue design of bolts and bolted joints
Language: English
Date: 22 November 2009
Journal or Publication Title: SAE international journal of materials and manufacturing
Volume of the journal: 2
Issue Number: 1
URL / URN: https://doi.org/10.4271/2009-01-0041
Abstract:

Due to the increase of computer performance, modern screw design is more and more based on finite element analyses. Depending on the problem, different possibilities of modelling bolted joints are reasonable. Traditionally, a nominal stress approach is used for the fatigue design of bolted joints. But, in modern lightweight constructions it is more and more common to connect threaded components directly without using a classic bolted connection. In this case a local approach has to be used. In several investigations at the Fachgebiet und Institut für Werkstoffkunde (Chair and Institute for Materials Technology) in Darmstadt and the Robert Bosch GmbH in Schwieberdingen different concepts for a local approach have been tested for the fatigue design of threaded connections. As a result, an overview can be given, which design concept and which model can be properly used for calculations.

Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Center for Engineering Materials, State Materials Testing Institute Darmstadt (MPA) Chair and Institute for Materials Technology (IfW)
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