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# How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

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## How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

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Dear Sir,
Please share calculation procedure to determine section modulus of weld all around I beam (e.g. W10x49).

Regards,
Ijaz
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### RE: How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

section modulus depends in I, the second moment of area. A weld is a "line" with some width. Does that help ?

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### RE: How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

(OP)
Please share formula for weld all around I beam.

### RE: How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

Please share a comprehensible question.

### RE: How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

"Design of Welded Structures", by Blodgett has line section modulus for many shapes and is an excellent resource for weld design. It was my main resource when for weld design.

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### RE: How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

Here is copy of weld section modulus from the Design of Welded Structures book I indicated in previous post. You can do a search for "weld section modulus tables"

### RE: How to caclulate section modulus of well all around I beam

A brand new copy of "Design of Welded Structures" by Blodgett, a hardbound book, is \$30, plus shipping from the company who produces them, The James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation at https://www.jflf.org/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCod....

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