I am waiting for your recommendations
The way I look at a problem like this is that any parts that can move (i.e. are not welded or press fit) have to be non-pen w/ friction if I am really looking at the connections. If you model the bolt itself you will get a better stress answer than using SW's "bolted joints". Taking a small chunk out of the center of the bolt and applying your clamp force (balanced) will give a more accurate representation of the transfer of forces and better idea on stresses. (There is a paper out there somewhere which compares the three options.)
If I know the way forces go through a joint then I usually split the surfaces on cylindrical parts because it is a little easier to set up reasonable contact surfaces (a bearing can't 'lift up' a shaft, only hold it up from the bottom.)
If you really want to see how the joint is reacting then my suggestion would be to take a small section out of the middle of the bolt and add your tension force to each side; set up the logical surfaces to non-penetrating with friction (outside & inside the bushing, etc.). Is that what you are looking for?
Thanks for answer
I would like to see the streess on bolt and bushing also the friction between them.
Could you please explain the logical surfaces?
are you talking about this topic
Graphics Systems' SolidNotes: SolidWorks Simulation: Bolted Joints in FEA
Yes, that's the one.
Last question. Do ı define bonded or no penetration with busling and bolt connector?
no-pen with friction
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