By J. Hicks (Auth.)
A realistic 'how to do it' e-book written with the layout and welding interface in brain. It informs designers not just of what they need to learn about welding but additionally, and most significantly, units out the knowledge the dressmaker should still supply to the welding engineer or fabrication superintendent in order that the designer's goals might be accomplished, by way of engineering functionality, security, reliability, expense and visual appeal
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62t. 76t2. 32ft), this shows that there is about 50% more weld metal in a fillet weld than in a butt. This implies a similarly longer welding time and larger cost for a fillet weld, although the time taken to prepare the edges for a butt weld must also be taken into account. 503t2 b) 32 Calculation of volume of we Id metal per unit length of weld for: a) Fillet weld; b) Butt weld. 36 33 Making afilletweld on a corner section. An allowance of about 2mm should be left to prevent melting away of the edge.
47 CHAPTER 9 Steels for welded construction Steels required for welded construction have to be able to tolerate the rapid heating and cooling which accompanies arc welding without undergoing great changes in their metallurgical structure and mechanical properties and without cracking. It is important that in choosing steels for welded construction the word 'weldable' is identified in the standard specification if one is to be used. This means that the composition of the steel has been designed so that it can be welded by conventional methods and in accordance with good practice which may itself be the subject of a standard specification.
This is achieved through more extensive testing than is accepted for a less demanding application. The actual steel may be the same for each application and any price difference may just reflect the cost of the additional testing and documentation. Specifications will be found in many series of standards for steel forgings and castings as well as cold formed sheet, concrete reinforcing bar and other product forms. For specific uses the designer should refer to the standards catalogue relevant to the project.
A Guide to Designing Welds by J. Hicks (Auth.)