I just talked to the support guys, they say I have to use bonded and treat it as a weld. A Little bit strange but...nothing to do about it.
Kevin, thanks helpful but I would like to do the calculation in inventor.
William, Attached I have made a quick drawing with dimensions. The material is AISI 316L.
AttachmentsCalculation.pdf, 25.4 KB
Thank you Kevin!!!
I have now done the first Stress analysis and I think it looks pretty accurate.
I had to see the connection as bonded since there is nothing else. Is this correct assumed?
It likely is...but there is the rub with calculating thread loads. Overall they are pretty complicated, and tough to know if you have good results.
Perhaps you can estimate the thread loads with manual calculation - not that I know what equations to use.
Looking the PDF you posted, it probably can be calculated within Inventor. Probably best to start by modeling the threads on both parts and correctly assembling. Take that model into the Simulation module with in Inventor Pro. That should give you some idea.
Remember that threads forces are not easily calculated and the results you actually get may be largely meaningless...the manufacturing process will greatly affect how strong the threads really are, and the only way to be absolutely certain is destructive testing.