I have three plates and connected using simplified bolt and nut connection using Solid geometry. The reason of avoiding bolt connector is, I am not interested in

using Bolt preload and friction coefficient.

Can any one help me, using simplified solid geometry, how to view the results of tensile and shear force of the bolt model using simplified bolt connection.

Is there is any other method to find the tensile and shear force of the bolt (excluding the effect of torque and friction coefficient values).

simulation file is attached with boundary conditions, you have to just run the analysis. From the above model please assist me how to extract tensile and shear force

of each bolt model.

Regards

Rajan.P

I haven't downloaded your model but from the image that is a fairly simple hand calculation. If you set up your FBD the forces will become self-evident.

On the other hand, if you are asking merely how to show the effects on the components you could use ISO plot or sections for viewing. Make sure your through bolt doesn't have bonding surface contact with the blocks and personally I'd artificially 'shorten' the blind screws to the length of about 3 threads since the theory of fastening R.O.T. is that only the top three threads hold any load.