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## Advanced Inputs Problem specific inputs

R0 Determining nominal diameter and checking limiting size
R2 Determining required minimum clamp load
R5&6 Determining maximum and minimum assembly preload
R7 Determining assembly stresses and checking bolt size
R8 Determining working stresses and verifying in case of yield point exceed
R9 Determining Alternating stresses
R10 Determining the surface pressure
R11 Determining minimum length of engagement
R12 Determining safety against Slipping and Shearing
R13 Determining the tightening torque
Results Results

General Inputs
Max Inertia force + bearing load on each bolt [N] =
Type of clamping =
Type of bolted joint =
Type of tightening method =
Type of bolt =

## n,Bolt size and Validation check

The final load introduction factor given by linear interpolation =
Joint type =
Selected bolt size
Selected bolt strength

Total Minimum clamp load required [N] =

Total axial resilience of bolt is given as (mm/N) =
Total Bending resilience of bolt is given as (mm^-1*N^-1)
Total resilience of the plate in case of concentric clamping(mm/N) =
Bending load factor of bolt in case of pure bending moment (MB)
Extra load applied on BOLT due to external load application on bolted joint (N) =
Extra load applied on JOINT due to external load application on bolted joint (N) =

The material of clamped part =
The total amount of embedding for entire bolted joint [in m] =
Resultant loss in preload due to embedding effects [in N] =
Change in preload due to temperature effect [N] =

Minimum assembly preload that need to be given to bolted joint =
Maximum assembly preload that is acheived w.r.t tightening in bolted joint =

Assembly stresses
Utilization factor of yield point stress during tightening =
Allowable maximum stress for selected bolt is[Mpa]=
Permissible assembly preload to be applied for selected bolt is [N] =
Is the bolted joint sufficient for preload to be applied =

## Working stresses,Yield point FOS

Comparative stresses in working state[MPa] =
So did the joint preload is sufficient to maintain mimum required clamp load even in exceeded scenario of yield
point of bolt =
Safety margin against exceeding Yield point =

## Alternating stresses,Fatigue FOS

The bolts are
Endurance limit [Mpa]
Continous alternating stress acting on the bolt [MPa] =
Safety margin against fatigue failure [Sd] =

## Surface pressure and FOS

Actual surface pressure (pgmax) [Mpa or N/mm^2] =
Limiting surface pressure that can be given to the clamped parts [Mpa or N/mm^2] =
Safety margin against surface pressure [Sp] =