I need some help with a reviewer comment that I received on a 5/16" weld along the length of a 3/8" thick angle. The comment is "verify that the 5/16" fillet weld will fit considering the toe fillet radius at the end of the 3/8" thick angle".
I have never heard of this being problem and have always used AISC specification J2.b that states for thickness over 1/4" inch max weld size is thickness minus 1/16". Am I wrong here?
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