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Re: 5/8" Anchor Bolts

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I recall an article (probably by Charlie Carter) in
which it was stated that rolled thread bolts are more
ductile than the cut thread bolts. The strngth
properties of the two are identical.

Rajendran

--- Christopher Wright <chrisw(--nospam--at)skypoint.com> wrote:

> 
> On Feb 23, 2005, at 6:34 PM, Charley Hamilton wrote:
> 
> > People have differing opinions about whether or
> not cut
> > threads are "as good as" rolled threads.
> The best CW I get over here on the dark side is that
> rolled threads are 
> preferred. The rolling operation makes for better
> mechanical properties 
> in the direction of rolling, which is this case
> follows the surface of 
> the thread. rolling doesn't leave tool marks
> transverse to the loading 
> direction either. OTOH, a properly tightened bolt
> doesn't experience 
> heavy cyclic loading so fatigue is less of a
> consideration. Most of the 
> machine bolt ASTM specs permit both rolled and
> machined threads with 
> some limits. A-574 for socket head screws specifies
> rolled threads only 
> for diameters up to 5/8 and lengths up to 4 inches.
> Outside these 
> limits threads may be rolled, cut or ground. A-574
> screws are made from 
> very strong material that isn't terribly tough; the
> rolled thread 
> requirement appears to address fatigue and fracture
> requirements that 
> are less critical for lower strength bolts.
> 
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