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Fasteners: Threaded Fastener Testing and Defects

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Fasteners: Threaded Fastener Testing and Defects introduces learners to both the mechanical properties of threaded fasteners and failure modes that might occur in service.

Learning Hours: 1.5

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Course Description

Fasteners: Threaded Fastener Testing and Defects introduces learners to both the mechanical properties of threaded fasteners and failure modes that might occur in service. The way in which threaded fasteners perform in service is the most crucial requirement for both manufacturers and purchasers of threaded fasteners, especially in safety-critical applications.

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Who will benefit from this Threaded Fasteners Testing and Defects course?

Quality, manufacturing, engineering, purchasing, and sales functions at organizations that work with threaded fasteners. Students.

Course Classification

This manufacturing course by THORS eLearning Solutions covers application of the included topics.

*THORS uses the Bloom’s Taxonomy Methodology for our course development.

Certificate Awarded for Fasteners: Threaded Fastener Testing and Defects

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Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the mechanical properties that are most relevant to threaded fasteners.
  2. Recall the prominent failure modes that threaded fasteners might encounter in service.
Fasteners: Threaded Fastener Testing and Defects Course

Table of Contents

  1. Fastener Mechanical Properties
    1. Mechanical Properties
      1. Yield Strength
      2. Tensile Strength
      3. Proof Load
      4. Hardness
      5. Hardenability
      6. Shear Strength
      7. Torque
  2. Fastener Failure Modes
    1. Failure Modes
      1. Overloading
      2. Underloading
      3. Liquid Metal Embrittlement (LME)
      4. Improper Fastener Length
      5. Surface Discontinuities
        1. Cracks
        2. Bursts
        3. Seams

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