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How do you decide on the number of tie-rods in a universal expansion joint?
The number of tie-rods on a universal expansion joint is calculated according to the amount of pressure thrust that the particular expansion joint will absorb. Low pressure expansion joints may have two rods, for example, while high pressure expansion joints may have four or more.
Can you use a tied expansion joint in the exhaust of a gas turbine application?
Added on Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Do hinged and gimbal expansion joints serve the same purpose?
Added on Mon, Jun 18, 2012
Why are loads on tied universal bellows not transferred?
Added on Thu, Feb 10, 2011
How long should a universal expansion joint be?
Added on Sat, Apr 16, 2011
How do you design universal bellows with two different sizes?
Added on Wed, Jun 29, 2011