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The spacing between the

spacing varies in different rows, as in a quadruple-riveted joint, the smallest

spacing is known as the short pitch, the next as the intermediate pitch, and the

greatest as ...

The spacing between the

**rivets**in a given row is called the pitch. When thespacing varies in different rows, as in a quadruple-riveted joint, the smallest

spacing is known as the short pitch, the next as the intermediate pitch, and the

greatest as ...

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To single-shear one

double-shear one

plate: P,, = (td)a,, = (14 X l0_3)(20.5 X 10'3)(l30 X 10°) = 37.3 kN To crush one

To single-shear one

**rivet**: 2 P, = %¢ = %(2o.5 >< 10-')*(60 >< 10°) = 19.8 kN Todouble-shear one

**rivet**: P, = 2 X 19.8 = 39.6 kN To crush one**rivet**in the mainplate: P,, = (td)a,, = (14 X l0_3)(20.5 X 10'3)(l30 X 10°) = 37.3 kN To crush one

**rivet**...Page 487

The most important differences are as follows: (1) The entire joint is considered

because there generally is no repeating pattern of

plates are usually the same length because there is no need to shorten one plate

to ...

The most important differences are as follows: (1) The entire joint is considered

because there generally is no repeating pattern of

**rivets**. (2) Cover or spliceplates are usually the same length because there is no need to shorten one plate

to ...

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