This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
The Creep-Relaxation Properties of a Flat Face Gasketed Joint Assembly and Their Relation to Gasket and Flange Design
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published January 01, 1963 by SAE International in United States
Annotation ability available
A major problem facing the gasket industry today is torque loss. The fundamental relationship between gasket creep and torque loss is presented. Methods for the measurement of gasket creep are discussed. Mathematical formulas are also developed illustrating creep in a bolted joint assembly. Basic principles for developing rational flange and gasket design procedures are outlined.
Much research work remains to be done on gasket creep, and better instruments for measurements of pure creep, pure stress relaxation, and creep-relaxation must be developed.
|Technical Paper||Compression Behavior of Gasket Materials Under High Loadings|
|Technical Paper||The Relationship of a Gasket’s Physical Properties to the Sealing Phenomenon|
CitationSmoley, E., Kessler, F., Kottmeyer, R., and Tweed, R., "The Creep-Relaxation Properties of a Flat Face Gasketed Joint Assembly and Their Relation to Gasket and Flange Design," SAE Technical Paper 630191, 1963, https://doi.org/10.4271/630191.
- Smoley E. M. Kessler, F. J. “An Analysis of Torque Losses in Flat-Faced Gasketed Joint Designs.” SAE Paper 324B March 1961
- Smoley E. M. Kessler, F. J. “Retaining Tension in Gasketed Joints,” Assembly and Fastener Engineering September 1961
- Roberts, I. R. “Gaskets and Bolted Joints,” Pressure Vessel and Piping Design, ASME Collected Papers 1927–1959
- Stewart, W. C. “Determining Bolt Tension From Torque Applied to the Nut,” Machine Design 1955
- Nolt I. G. Smoley, E. M. “Gasket Loads in Flanged Joints,” Machine Design Sept. 28 1961
- Thorn, F. C. “Creep and Relaxation in Compressed Asbestos Gaskets,” ASTM September 1949
- Cottrell, A. H. “The Time Laws of Creep,” J. of the Mechanics and Physics 1 1952 53 63
- Cemal Eringen, A. “Nonlinear Theory of Continuous Media.” New York McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. 1962