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CE 513

Problem 1:
A riveted lap joint is shown below. The rivets used are A502, Grade 2, hot-driven with
diameter of 16mm. The steel is ASTM A501, 200 mm wide and 10 mm thick. Determine the
value of P in all possible modes of failure and the safe value of P that the connection can
resist.
For ASTM A501:
Fy = 248 MPa, Fu = 400 MPa

For A502, Gr. 2, hot-driven rivets:


Fv = 152 MPa
Problem 1:
Tension on Net Area
If tearing occurs along the first row,
the full tensile force P acts on the
net area

P = Ft x A’n

where: A’n = An

Along first row


Problem 1:
Tension on Net Area
If tearing occurs along succeeding rows, less
than 100% of P acts on the net area. For this
case,

P = Ft x A’n

𝐴𝑛
A’n = 𝑛
1−𝑁

Where: An = actual net area ≤ 85% 𝐴𝑔


N = total number of bolts
Along second row n = number of bolts in front of the
section being considered
Problem 2:
For the lap connection shown, the rivets are 19-mm diameter and the plates are 8 mm
thick. The rivets used are 502, Grade 1 and the plates are ASTM A36 with Fu = 400 MPa.
Determine the value of P in all possible failure and the safe value of P that the connection
can resist.
Problem 2:
For the lap connection shown, the rivets are 19-mm diameter and the plates are 8 mm
thick. The rivets used are 502, Grade 1 and the plates are ASTM A36 with Fu = 400 MPa.
Determine the value of P in all possible failure and the safe value of P that the connection
can resist.
Problem 2:
For the lap connection shown, the rivets are 19-mm diameter and the plates are 8 mm
thick. The rivets used are 502, Grade 1 and the plates are ASTM A36 with Fu = 400 MPa.
Determine the value of P in all possible failure and the safe value of P that the connection
can resist.
Problem 2:
For the lap connection shown, the rivets are 19-mm diameter and the plates are 8 mm
thick. The rivets used are 502, Grade 1 and the plates are ASTM A36 with Fu = 400 MPa.
Determine the value of P in all possible failure and the safe value of P that the connection
can resist.
Problem 3: Board Exam Nov. 2011
A square hollow steel strut with a wall thickness, t1 = 10mm is pin connected to two gusset
plates, having a thickness t2 = 12mm, which are welded to the base plate having a
thickness of 12mm and fastened to a concrete base by 4-16mm diameter anchor bolts.
Diameter of pin is 16mm. Compressive load P=48kN, 𝜃 = 30°.

1. Calculate the bearing stress between the strut


and the pin in MPa.
2. Calculate the shear stress in the pin in MPa.
3. Calculate the shear stress in the anchor bolt in
MPa.
Problem 3: Board Exam Nov. 2011

For Shear Stress in the


Anchor Bolt
For Bearing Stress