Info

S 420 MH/MLH

1,0

S 460 N/NL S 460 M/ML S 460 Q/QL/QL1

S 460 NH/NLH

S 460 NH/NLH S 460 MH/MLH

1,0

4.5.3.3 Simplified method for design resistance of fillet weld

(1) Alternatively to 4.5.3.2 the design resistance of a fillet weld may be assumed to be adequate if, at every point along its length, the resultant of all the forces per unit length transmitted by the weld satisfy the following criterion:

where:

Fw,Ed is the design value of the weld force per unit length; Fw/M is the design weld resistance per unit length.

(2) Independent of the orientation of the weld throat plane to the applied force, the design resistance per unit length FwRd should be determined from:

where:

yVw.d is the design shear strength of the weld.

(3) The design shear strength _/Vw.d of the weld should be determined from:

PwYm 2

where:

4.6 Design resistance of fillet welds all round

(1) The design resistance of a fillet weld all round should be determined using one of the methods given in 4.5.

4.7 Design resistance of butt welds

4.7.1 Full penetration butt welds

(1) The design resistance of a full penetration butt weld should be taken as equal to the design resistance of the weaker of the parts connected, provided that the weld is made with a suitable consumable which will produce all-weld tensile specimens having both a minimum yield strength and a minimum tensile strength not less than those specified for the parent metal.

4.7.2 Partial penetration butt welds

(1) The design resistance of a partial penetration butt weld should be determined using the method for a deep penetration fillet weld given in 4.5.2(3).

(2) The throat thickness of a partial penetration butt weld should not be greater than the depth of penetration that can be consistently achieved, see 4.5.2(3).

4.7.3 T-butt joints

(1) The design resistance of a T-butt joint, consisting of a pair of partial penetration butt welds reinforced by superimposed fillet welds, may be determined as for a full penetration butt weld (see 4.7.1) if the total nominal throat thickness, exclusive of the unwelded gap, is not less than the thickness t of the part forming the stem of the tee joint, provided that the unwelded gap is not more than (t / 5) or 3 mm, whichever is less, see Figure 4.6(a).

(2) The design resistance of a T-butt joint which does not meet the requirements given in 4.7.3(1) should be determined using the method for a fillet weld or a deep penetration fillet weld given in 4.5 depending on the amount of penetration. The throat thickness should be determined in conformity with the provisions for both fillet welds (see 4.5.2) and partial penetration butt welds (see 4.7.2).

0 0

Post a comment