The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 1 (1923) > Issues > Issue 4 > Notes on Rivetted Joints
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Notes on Rivetted Joints

Rivet Stress.-Equals direct stress, plus stress due to distortion. Use greater factor of safety than for main members. The joint should be free from permanent distortion, should be elastic, and should not be subject to wear.