By American Welding Society. Structural Welding Committee.; American Welding Society.; American National Standards Institute
"This code covers the welding necessities for any kind of welded constitution made of the generally used carbon and low-alloy constructional steels. Clauses 1 via eight represent a physique of ideas for the law of welding in metal development. There are 8 normative and twelve informative annexes during this code. A observation of the code is incorporated with the document"--T.p.
summary: "This code covers the welding specifications for any kind of welded constitution made of the widely used carbon and low-alloy constructional steels. Clauses 1 via eight represent a physique of principles for the legislation of welding in metal development. There are 8 normative and twelve informative annexes during this code. A statement of the code is integrated with the document"--T.p
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3). 3 Welds in Angles Between 60° and 30°. 2). The contract documents shall specify the required effective throat. 2) (see Annex B for calculation of effective throat). 7 Reinforcing Fillet Welds. 3 and Annex A). 4 Welds in Angles Less than 30°. 2. 8 Minimum Size. 14. 5 Effective Length of Skewed T-Joints. The effective length of skewed T-joints shall be the overall length of the full size weld. No reduction shall be 7 Licensee=Fermilab Research Alliance LLC/5970717001 Not for Resale, 05/07/2014 02:34:57 MDT CLAUSE 2.
Stresses need not be amplified by stress concentration factors for local geometrical discontinuities. 5 for all categories except category F. N = Number of cycles of stress range in design life. = Cycles per day × 365 × years of design life. 2 Axial Stress and Bending. In the case of axial stress combined with bending, the maximum combined stress shall be that for concurrent applied load cases. 3 Symmetrical Sections. For members having symmetrical cross sections, the connection welds shall preferably be arranged symmetrically about the axis of the member, or if symmetrical arrangement is not practical, the total stresses including those resulting from joint eccentricity shall be included in the calculation of the stress range.
3 Inspector(s) (unmodified). 2. (3) Verification inspection, when required by the Engineer. (4) Weld acceptance criteria other than that specified in Clause 6. (5) CVN toughness criteria for weld metal, base metal, and/or HAZ when required. 4 OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer). “OEM” shall be defined as that single Contractor that assumes some or all of the responsibilities assigned by this code to the Engineer. (6) For nontubular applications, whether the structure is statically or cyclically loaded.
Structural welding code--steel by American Welding Society. Structural Welding Committee.; American Welding Society.; American National Standards Institute