|Design Rules for calculating the strength of butt and fillet welded joints subject to Direct, Bending and Torsional loadings. Plus guidance on calculating centroids and second moment of area.
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||A basic introduction into stress / strain relationships & weld design.
T Fillet Weld
||Formula for calculating the stresses in a fillet weld.
Lap Fillet Weld
||Formula for calculating the stresses in lap fillet welds subject to shear.
||Fillet welded cantilever subject to bending and shear
||•||Lap Joint Subject To Torsion
||Fillet welded lap subject to Torsion and shear
||•||Rectangular Block Subject To Torsion
||Rectangular and fillet welded and subject to Torsion
||•||T Butt Weld Subject To Torsion
||Full Penetration T Butt welded Cantilever subject to Torsion
||•||Lap Joint Subject To Bending and Shear
||This calculation method is one I came up with. Unfortunately I couldn't find a similar joint in any technical reference to verify it.
||•||Back Ground Information
||Useful revision and helpful for understanding some of the above calculations.
||•||Calculating Volume Using Solids Of Revolution
||I came across this method when I was trying to calculate the volume of a dished head on a pressure vessel and found it useful to know.
||Sources of my information and some useful references.
||•||Restore Side Frame