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Translating bolt torque to axial forces 5 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0  
I have an assembly that I would like to understand how I can determine my application of torque to a fitting translates to axial force on components under it?
If I apply say 8 ft-lbs of torque to the fitting below, how can I calculate the amount of force on the componenets inside? I know that the force will be the same throughout the stack of parts, but what is the force? How is it calculated in this and if known, how did you get this?
 
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