These rivets have a full hole piercing through them and are typically prefered in pivotal points since less force is required to punch the rivet through. This means the swelling of the rivet is only at the tail end, allowing increased movement.
The brass makes it easy to remove and replace. This is being used in an electrical assembly.
The bored component provides for increased support of the component while leaving an empty gap. It's being used in a clutch plate assembly.
The stepping provides for gap between the riveted surfaces. This one is being used in a clutch plate assembly.
A corosive-resistant finish on a tubular rivet. This is used in a clutch plate.
The tapered shank allows for easier entry and a smaller tail. This is used in a clutch facing assembly.