What are the characteristics of the steel structure high-strength bolts?

- Sep 14, 2018 -


High-strength bolted joints can be divided into friction type and pressure type according to design and force requirements. When the friction type connection is subjected to shearing, the external frictional force reaches the maximum frictional resistance that may occur between the plates. When the relative slip occurs between the plates, the connection is considered to be broken and destroyed. When the pressure-type connection is sheared, the frictional force is allowed to be overcome and the relative slip between the plates occurs, and then the external force can continue to increase, and the resulting screw shear or the ultimate damage of the wall pressure is the limit state.


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