I'm a little confused by bolt connectors, they wont report reaction
loads unless you activate strength data, but the bolt itself (dia.
material, tpi etc) is irrelevant to the load placed on it.
What I want to know is the reaction force seen at a bolt hole, but
If I create a simple experiment (a 10m long beam bolted at each end
with a single bolt to a fixed plate, and then apply a 10kn torgue
at the beam center, I should see a reaction force at each bolt of
1000n (since each bolt is 5m from torque access. This is pretty
simple math. But the bolt connector reports an axial load of 225kn
at each bolt! This is off by a factor of 225. So, I'm sure (I hope)
that cosmos is doing the math right - but it seems I'm not asking
the right question?