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# Calculate welding strength?

## Calculate welding strength?

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

First, you need to know the type of welds. Fillet or partial or full penetration.
Second, you need to know the filler metal used. Use one of the AWS SFA specifications to determine weld metal properties.
Third, approximate the welds as lines and determine the strength of the weld joint.

Dik

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

Hi Dik

You're welcome

“Do not worry about your problems with mathematics, I assure you mine are far greater.” Albert Einstein

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

desertfox: Link not working for this PC. Added * characters at the end?

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

yes, you have to delete everything after the htm

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

Hi Try this

http://www.gowelding.com/calcs/calc.htm

“Do not worry about your problems with mathematics, I assure you mine are far greater.” Albert Einstein

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

Blodgett, Blodgett, Blodgett....as in Omer Blodgett!!

### RE: Calculate welding strength?

OP, have you actually "made" a product? Or just a computer-based model? Very different things...

Regards,

Mike

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