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Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing (IIITDM), Jabalpur
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Tensile Force on the Plates in Terms of Thickness of the Plate
Tensile force on plates=permissible tensile stress transverse fillet weld*Length of weld*Throat thickness GO
Shear strength in parallel fillet weld
Shear Strength in Parallel Fillet Weld=Tensile force on plates/(0.707*Leg of the weld*Length of weld) GO
Bearing Pressure When Plate Thickness is Given
Actual bearing pressure=(Base Plate Thickness/(2*Limiting size))^2*Specified minimum yield stress GO
Permissible tensile strength for double transverse fillet joint
Permissible tensile strength=Tensile force on plates/(1.414*Length of weld*Leg of the weld) GO
The Throat of the Butt Weld When Average Tensile Stress is Given
Throat thickness=Tensile force on plates/(Length of weld*Tensile Stress in Weld) GO
Average Tensile Stress in the Weld
Tensile Stress in Weld=Tensile force on plates/(Length of weld*Throat thickness) GO
Tensile Force on the Plates When Average Tensile Stress in the Weld is Given
Tensile force on plates=Tensile Stress in Weld*Throat thickness*Length of weld GO
Strength of Butt Joint
Tensile strength=Tensile force on plates/(Throat thickness*Length of weld) GO
Shear Stress for long fillet weld subjected to torsion
Shear Stress=3*Torque acting on rod/(Throat thickness*(Length of weld^2)) GO
Length of the Weld When Average Tensile Stress in the Weld is Given
Length of weld=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress*Throat thickness) GO
Shear strength for double parallel fillet weld
Permissible Shear Stress=1.414*Leg of the weld/Tensile force on plates GO

Efficiency of Welded Joint Formula

Efficiency of Welded Joints=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld)
η=P/(σ<sub>t*t<sub>p*l)
More formulas
Average Tensile Stress in the Weld GO
Tensile Force on the Plates When Average Tensile Stress in the Weld is Given GO
The Throat of the Butt Weld When Average Tensile Stress is Given GO
Length of the Weld When Average Tensile Stress in the Weld is Given GO
Tensile Force on the Plates in Terms of Thickness of the Plate GO
Permissible Tensile Stress for the Weld GO
Tensile Force on the Plates When Efficiency of Welded Joint is Given GO
Permissible Tensile Stress for the Weld When Efficiency of the Welded joint is Given GO
Thickness of the Plate When Efficiency of Welded Joint is Given GO
Length of the Weld When Efficiency of the Welded Joint is Given GO

Effects of Low Efficiency?

Low Efficiency of Welded Joints results in welded joints being the determining factor for failure of the structure. This is because the ultimate tensile strength of the Weld Beads is lower than that of the base plate. The Main Cause of Low Efficiency is the non-uniformity of welded joints.

How to Calculate Efficiency of Welded Joint?

Efficiency of Welded Joint calculator uses Efficiency of Welded Joints=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld) to calculate the Efficiency of Welded Joints, The Efficiency of Welded Joint or Joint Efficiency refers to the strength of a welded joint with respect to the strength of the base metal. A Joint Efficiency of 1.00 indicates that the weld has the same strength as the base metal, and it is assumed as if it is seamless. Efficiency of Welded Joints and is denoted by η symbol.

How to calculate Efficiency of Welded Joint using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Efficiency of Welded Joint, enter Tensile force on plates (P), Tensile Stress in Weld t), Base Plate Thickness (tp) and Length of weld (l) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Efficiency of Welded Joint calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.000E-6 = 50/(100000000*0.01*50).

FAQ

What is Efficiency of Welded Joint?
The Efficiency of Welded Joint or Joint Efficiency refers to the strength of a welded joint with respect to the strength of the base metal. A Joint Efficiency of 1.00 indicates that the weld has the same strength as the base metal, and it is assumed as if it is seamless and is represented as η=P/(σt*tp*l) or Efficiency of Welded Joints=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld). The tensile force on plates is the stretching force acting on plates, Tensile Stress in Weld is the average stress experienced by the Weld Beads when the joint plates are brought to tension, Base Plate Thickness is defined as the thickness of the base plate and The length of weld is the linear distance of each weld segment. .
How to calculate Efficiency of Welded Joint?
The Efficiency of Welded Joint or Joint Efficiency refers to the strength of a welded joint with respect to the strength of the base metal. A Joint Efficiency of 1.00 indicates that the weld has the same strength as the base metal, and it is assumed as if it is seamless is calculated using Efficiency of Welded Joints=Tensile force on plates/(Tensile Stress in Weld*Base Plate Thickness*Length of weld). To calculate Efficiency of Welded Joint, you need Tensile force on plates (P), Tensile Stress in Weld t), Base Plate Thickness (tp) and Length of weld (l). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Tensile force on plates, Tensile Stress in Weld, Base Plate Thickness and Length of weld and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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