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T_[shear]=F/[2×H×L]
J_[group]=2×([L×H^3]/12+[H×L^3]/12+L×H×d_0^2)
r_0=√(L/2)^2+d_0^2
T_[t o rsion]=[F×L_0×r_0]/J_[group]
α=tan^-1([0.5×L]/d_0)
T_[max]^2=T_[shear]^2+T_[t o rsion]^2-2×T_[shear]×T_[t o rsion]×cos(180-α)
F = Applied Force
L = Length Of Weld
H = Throat Depth Of Weld
Tshear = Shear Stress In Weld Due To Shear Force
d0 = Distance From Centroid Of Weld Group To Centerline Of Weld
L0 = Distance From Centroid Of Weld Group To Applied Force
Jgroup = Polar Moment Of Inertia
r0 = Radial Distance To Farthest Point On Weld
Ttorsion = Shear Stress In Weld Due Torsion
α> = Angle Enclosed
Tmax = Maximum Shear Stress in Weld

Length Of Weld (L):
Cm
Throat Depth Of Weld (D):
Cm
Applied Force (F):
N
Distance From Centroid Of Weld Group To Applied Force (L0):
Cm
Distance From Centroid Of Weld Group To Centerline Of Weld (d0):
Cm

Result:

Shear Stress In Weld Due To Shear Force:
106 N / m2
Polar Moment Of Inertia:
10-6 N / m4
Shear Stress In Weld Due Torsion:
106 N / m2
Angle Enclosed:
°
Maximum Shear Stress In Weld:
106 N / m2

Fillet welds are used for lap joints, corner joints, and T-shaped joints. A fillet weld is roughly triangular in cross-section, although its shape is not necessarily a right triangle or an isosceles triangle. The weld metal is deposited on the two members being assembled and penetrates and fuses with the base metal to form the joint formed corner.

This calculator is used to calculate the resulting stresses in welds.

Welding of approximately triangular cross-section joins two surfaces, approximately at right angles to each other, in a lap joint.

Stress is a measured average quantity of force per unit area. This is a measure of the strength of the total internal forces acting across the entire interior surface of a virtual body, as a reaction to externally applied forces and body forces.

In the stress state of shear stress, the stress is parallel or tangential to the surface of the material, rather than normal stress, when the stress is perpendicular to the surface.

The polar moment of inertia is a quantity used to predict the torsional resistance of an object in a constant circular section of the object (or segment object) without significant warping or out-of-plane deformation. It is used to calculate the angular displacement moment of an object. It is similar to moment of inertia, which is an object's resistance to bending and is required to calculate displacement.

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