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Weld Thick

Weld Thick

Weld Thick


What would be the weld thickness we consider for steel plates as per EN ISO 15609-1?.,
As I generally know that, It is 0.7 x WT.

RE: Weld Thick

A full penetration weld is equal to the wall thickness of the plate.

RE: Weld Thick

Fillet weld (between two perpendicular plates) or a butt weld between two identical plates?

RE: Weld Thick

Requirement is for fillet weld.,However please suggest for both options

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depends on the function of the weld, the thickness of the thinner plate, ...

RE: Weld Thick

Fillet welds are sized through calculation. The throat is .7 x the specified leg length.

RE: Weld Thick

I'm beginning to think his company sizes welds based on 0.7 times material wall thickness - regardless of wall material or use or weld metal or anything else. Or stress, vibration, or pressure or ...

RE: Weld Thick

Agreed. Is it just me or has engineering really become so unprofessional and inept.

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