Fatigue Tests of Joints of High Strength Steels

by N.G. Hansen,


Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 3, Pg. 51-70


Document Type: Journal Paper

Abstract:

Rivets and high strength bolts were used as fasteners for steel structures; clamping force was most important variable governing fatigue strength of joints; in riveted joints, variations of clamping force subordinated whatever superiority one steel had over another; joints with high strength bolts show much higher fatigue strength than riveted joints.



Subject Headings: High-strength steel | Fatigue tests | Joints | Steel structures | Rivets | Strength of materials | Fatigue (material) | Structural strength | Bolted connections

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