# Question

A bolted joint is to have a grip consisting of two 14-mm steel plates and one 14R metric plain washer to fit under the head of the M14 ?2 hex-head bolt, 50 mm long.

(a) What is the length of the thread LT for this diameter metric coarse-pitch series bolt?

(b) What is the length of the grip l?

(c) What is the height H of the nut?

(d) Is the bolt long enough? If not, round to the next larger preferred length (Table A–17).

(e) What is the length of the shank and the threaded portions of the bolt within the grip? These lengths are needed in order to estimate bolt spring rate kb

(a) What is the length of the thread LT for this diameter metric coarse-pitch series bolt?

(b) What is the length of the grip l?

(c) What is the height H of the nut?

(d) Is the bolt long enough? If not, round to the next larger preferred length (Table A–17).

(e) What is the length of the shank and the threaded portions of the bolt within the grip? These lengths are needed in order to estimate bolt spring rate kb

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