Fasteners and the Bolted Joint

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Any engineering design is only as good as its weakest link. In many designs, fasteners are the weakest link. More than 90% of all engineering failures involve fasteners, therefore it is paramount that people working in Mechanical Engineering have a clear understanding of the types of fasteners, critical features and their limitations.

Threaded fasteners have many advantages and hence are widely used in mechanical engineering applications. This training program provides an indepth understanding of critical parameters and concepts of threaded fastening; for design, application, quality assurance and maintenance.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to fastening with a focus on threaded fasteners
  • Definitions and critical parameters related to threaded fasteners
  • Materials and manufacturing technology
  • Corrosion protection surface treatments and their applications
  • Fundamentals of bolted joint design
  • Bolt tightening and maintenance
  • Understanding ‘self-loosening’ and prevention
  • Testing and validation of designs
  • Quality assurance

Date: 27th and 28th August 2015
Time: 0900hrs – 1600hrs
Location: Mulgrave Country Club, Wellington Road & Jells Road, Wheelers Hill, Vic. 3150
Phone: (03) 9582 4600
Parking details: Free onsite carpark available

For more info visit http://www.saea.com.au/Fasteners-and-the-Bolted-Joint.

Click here to view the Fasteners Course flyer.