M14 (14mm x 40mm) Hex Bolt (Fully Threaded Setscrew) - Steel (Pack of 5)
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For full table with more Property Classes - rotate the screen! Metric Bolts - Fine Threads -Proof Loads Thread The yield strength f yb and the ultimate tensile strength f ub for bolt classes 4.6, 4.8, 5.6, 5.8, 6.8, 8.8, and 10.9 are given in EN1993-1-8 Table 3.1.
A is the appropriate area for shear resistance. When the shear plane passes through the threaded part of the bolt A is equal to the tensile stress area of the bolt A s. When the shear plane passes through the unthreaded part of the bolt A is equal to the gross cross-sectional area of the bolt A g. Depending on size, they have a proof load of 580-600 MPa, minimum yield strength of 640-660 MPa, and a minimum tensile strength of 800-830 MPa. Class 8.8 bolts come in all sizes ranging up to 72 mm.The punching resistance of the bolt B p,Rd should be verified against the applied tensile load F t,Ed in accordance with EN1993-1-8 Table 3.4: Compare the bolts you have with the diagrams below, then refer to the appropriate chart to see the ideal tightening torque. Metric Bolt Torque Chart
According to EN1993-1-8 Table 3.4 the shear strength of the bolt may be based on the tensile stress area.For full table with more Property Classes - rotate the screen! Metric Bolts - Coarse Threads - Proof Loads Thread The first number of the bolt class corresponds to the ultimate strength e.g. 400 MPa for classes 4.x, 500 MPa for classes 5.x, 600 MPa for classes 6.x, 800 MPa for classes 8.x, and 1000 MPa for classes 10.x. where e 2 is the distance between the center of the edge bolt and the end of the plate measured perpendicular to the load transfer direction, p 2 is the distance between the centers of neighboring bolts measured perpendicular to the load transfer direction, and d 0 is the diameter of the bolt hole.