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Rebar Weld Size

Rebar Weld Size

Rebar Weld Size

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Hey guys, i have to weld a 25mmØ rebar with 19mm thick bearing pate, is there any details for weld standard to develop its full shear and tensile capacity of rod? Also 19mmØ rebar. (FILLET WELD , ROD PERPENDICULAR TO PLATE)

Thanks in advance!!

RE: Rebar Weld Size

The PCI manual has convenient design tables for this

RE: Rebar Weld Size

You did not state the orientation of the rebar-to-plate. Here is PCI's info from their Handbook (7th Edition):

RE: Rebar Weld Size

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The rod perpendicular to plate, i need fillet weld size

Thanks in advance!!

RE: Rebar Weld Size

PCI Handbook chapter 6 has these design aids:



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