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FIGURE 24.4 Drive-pin type of blind rivet. (a) Rivet assembled into parts; (b) ears at end of rivet expand outward when pin is driven.
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FIGURE 24.5 Pull-through-type blind riveting. (a) Before riveting; (b) after riveting.
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FIGURE 24.6 Explosive blind rivet. (a) Before explosion; (b) after; notice that the explosion clamps the joint.
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FIGURE 24.7 Self-plugging blind rivet. (a) Rivet inserted into prepared hole with power tool; (b) axial pull with power tool fills holes completely and clamps work pieces together; (c) stem separates flush with head and remaining section is locked in place. (Avdel Corporation.)
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FIGURE 24.8 Lock-bolt or collar-type blind rivet. (a) Pin inserted through holes and collar placed over the pin tail; (b) nose tool pulls on the pin and reacts against the collar, clamping the work tightly; (c) installation finished by swaging the collar into the annular locking grooves and separating the pin at the breaker groove. (Avdel Corporation.)
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A31 Boiler rivet steel. A131 Rivet steel for ships. A152 Wrought-iron rivets. A502 Grade 1 carbon structural steel for general purposes. Grade 2 carbonmanganese steel for use with high-strength carbon and low-alloy steels.
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UNTHREADED FASTENERS 24.6
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TABLE 24.1 Head Dimensions for Large Rivets
Small solid rivets are standardized in sizes from 1 16 to 7 16 in in increments of 1 32 in. Note that some of these are not included in the table of preferred sizes (Table A.4). Table 24.2 is a tabulation of standard head styles available and formulas for head dimensions. ASTM standard A31 Grade A or the SAE standard J430 Grade 0 are used for small steel rivets. But other materials, such as stainless steel, brass, or aluminum may also be specified. Tinner s and cooper s rivets are sized according to the weight of 1000 rivets. A 5-lb rivet has a shank diameter of about 3 16 in. See Ref. [24.1] for sizes and head dimensions. Belt rivets are standardized in gauge sizes from No. 14 to No. 4 using the Stubs iron-wire gauge (Table A.17). Tubular rivets are standardized in decimals of an inch; sizes corresponding to various head styles are listed in Tables 24.3 and 24.4. These are used with rivet caps, which are available in several styles and diameters for each rivet size. These rivets are manufactured from ductile wire using a cold-heading process. Thus any ductile material, such as steel, brass, copper, aluminum, etc., can be used. For standard tolerances, see Ref. [24.3]. Split rivet sizes are shown in Table 24.5. Split rivets are available in the same materials as tubular rivets and may be used with rivet caps too. Some types of blind rivets are available in sizes from 3 32 to 3 8 in in diameter. The usual materials are carbon steel, stainless steel, brass, and aluminum. A variety of
TABLE 24.2 Head Dimensions for Small Solid Rivets
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TABLE 24.3 Sizes of Standard Semitubular Rivets
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UNTHREADED FASTENERS 24.8
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TABLE 24.4 Sizes of Standard Full Tubular Rivets
TABLE 24.5 Sizes of Standard Split Rivets
head styles are available, but many of these are modifications of the countersunk head, the truss head, and the pan head. Head dimensions, lengths, and grips may be found in the manufacturer s catalogs.
24.2 PINS
When a joint is to be assembled in which the principal loading is shear, then the use of a pin should be considered because it may be the most cost-effective method. While a special pin can be designed and manufactured for any situation, the use of a standard pin will be cheaper. Taper pins (Fig. 24.9a) are sized according to the diameter at the large end, as shown in Table 24.6. The diameter at the small end can be calculated from the equation d = D 0.208L
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