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Permissible Tensile Stress for the Weld
permissible tensile stress transverse fillet weld=Tensile force on plates/(Length of weld*Base Plate Thickness) GO
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
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

4 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Average shear stress for the rectangular section
Average Shear Stress=Shear Force/(Width of beam at considered level *Length of rectangle) GO
Average shear stress for circular section
Average Shear Stress=Shear Force/(pi*(radius of circle^2)) GO
Average Shear stress for circular section in terms of Maximum shear stress
Average Shear Stress=(3*Maximum shear stress)/4 GO
Average shear stress if maximum shear stress is given(rectangular section)
Average Shear Stress=Maximum shear stress/1.5 GO

Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld Formula

Average Shear Stress=Tensile force on plates/(Leg of the weld*Length of weld*cos(pi/4))
τ<sub>avg</sub>=P/(h*l*cos(pi/4))
More formulas
Throat of the Weld GO
Leg of the Weld When Throat of the Weld is Given GO
Tensile Force on the Plate When Shear Stress in the Fillet is Given GO
Length of Weld When Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld is Given GO
Leg of the Weld When Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld is Given GO
Width of the Plane in Double Parallel Fillet Weld GO
Shear Stress induced in the Plane When Parallel Fillet weld is Subjected to a Force GO
Force When Stress induced in the Plane is Given GO
Leg of the Weld When Shear Stress-induced in the Plane is Given GO
Length of the Weld When Shear Stress-induced in the Plane is given GO
Maximum Shear Stress-induced in the Plane When Parallel Fillet Weld is Subjected to Force GO
Allowable Load per mm Length of the Weld GO

Failure due to Shear in Fillet Weld

Failure of the Fillet Weld occurs due to shear along the minimum cross-section of Weld at the throat. For parallel fillet weld, the inclination of the Principal Shear (Plane plane where maximum shear stress is induced) is 45° to the leg direction.

How to Calculate Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld?

Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld calculator uses Average Shear Stress=Tensile force on plates/(Leg of the weld*Length of weld*cos(pi/4)) to calculate the Average Shear Stress, The Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld (or Average Shear Stress) is used to determine the stress generated in the Weld Beads when a tensile force is applied on the plates parallel to the direction of welding. Average Shear Stress and is denoted by τavg symbol.

How to calculate Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld, enter Tensile force on plates (P), Leg of the weld (h) and Length of weld (l) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.828E-8 = 50/(50*50*cos(pi/4)).

FAQ

What is Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld?
The Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld (or Average Shear Stress) is used to determine the stress generated in the Weld Beads when a tensile force is applied on the plates parallel to the direction of welding and is represented as τavg or Average Shear Stress=Tensile force on plates/(Leg of the weld*Length of weld*cos(pi/4)). The tensile force on plates is the stretching force acting on plates, The leg of the weld are the other two sides of the triangular fillet weld and The length of weld is the linear distance of each weld segment. .
How to calculate Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld?
The Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld (or Average Shear Stress) is used to determine the stress generated in the Weld Beads when a tensile force is applied on the plates parallel to the direction of welding is calculated using Average Shear Stress=Tensile force on plates/(Leg of the weld*Length of weld*cos(pi/4)). To calculate Shear Stress in the Fillet Weld, you need Tensile force on plates (P), Leg of the weld (h) and Length of weld (l). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Tensile force on plates, Leg of the weld 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.
How many ways are there to calculate Average Shear Stress?
In this formula, Average Shear Stress uses Tensile force on plates, Leg of the weld and Length of weld. We can use 4 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Average Shear Stress=Shear Force/(Width of beam at considered level *Length of rectangle)
  • Average Shear Stress=Maximum shear stress/1.5
  • Average Shear Stress=(3*Maximum shear stress)/4
  • Average Shear Stress=Shear Force/(pi*(radius of circle^2))
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