What’s the Difference Between Bearing, Shear, and Tear-Out Stress? (.PDF Download)

July 1, 2016

Jointing is a basic function of engineering. For example, bolting two parts together can involve material properties and loading forces. Here, we will focus on preloading, shear, and tear-out in a bolted assembly. However, designers must consider multiple engineering principles including the internal and external loads discussed in a number of articles on Machine Design's website...

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