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Calculation of the reaction forces on a welded joint

Calculation of the reaction forces on a welded joint

Calculation of the reaction forces on a welded joint

(OP)
Greeting all,I need help to check my solution to the following exercice!

Homework Statement:
The welded joint shown below has the following geometric characteristic : s=8 mm h=120 mm b=300 mm, a=10 mm, the joint is made of steel S355 (with fu=510 Mpa)and is loaded with two external forces P1=8KN et P2=8KN (look at the image below)
Calculate:
-The vertical reaction acting on the most critical weld line?
-the horizontal reaction acting on the most critical weld line?





Here is my solution I just need it to be confirmed



Many thanks in advance

RE: Calculation of the reaction forces on a welded joint

(OP)
sorry here is it :)

thank you!re upload it in the origanal post!

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