Discussion :: Steel Structure Design - Section 4 (Q.No.36)
|Tashu said: (Jan 12, 2017)|
|It's 5/8 not 7/8.|
|Himanhu Chawla said: (Jan 30, 2017)|
|Yes, correct @Tashu.|
|Anki said: (May 1, 2017)|
|Answer D is correct. I agree.|
|Nirav said: (Aug 2, 2017)|
|Gmg said: (Jan 15, 2018)|
|When we did shear check 5/4 taken, other time 7/8.|
|Hardik P said: (Jan 19, 2018)|
|5/8 is correct.|
|Emily Clark said: (Jan 26, 2018)|
|What is the correct answer?|
|Azzu said: (Mar 2, 2018)|
|5/8 is the correct answer.|
|Viru Kapoor said: (Mar 7, 2018)|
|Chandu said: (Mar 21, 2018)|
|According to me, 5/8 is the answer.|
|Jaikrishna said: (May 10, 2018)|
|Yes, according to me, it's 5/8.|
|Ajay Desai said: (Jul 12, 2018)|
|Yes, the correct answer is 5/8.|
|Priyanshi said: (Jul 31, 2018)|
|Yes, it should be 5/8.|
|Vikantdixit said: (Aug 26, 2018)|
|This answer is right.|
|Ashtaveer said: (Oct 14, 2018)|
|5/8th is for design purpose.
Answer 7/8th is also correct as it is limiting value.
|Vinay Kumar said: (Jul 22, 2019)|
|The effective throat thickness in case of incomplete penetration butt weld is taken as 7/8th of the thickness of the thinner part joined.
But for the purpose of stress calculation, a required effective throat thickness not exceeding 5/8th of the thickness of thinner part joined should be used.
|Realgautam said: (Jun 19, 2021)|
|It's 5/8 * throat thickness.|
|Sawan Sharma said: (Jul 20, 2021)|
|For partial penetration - 5/8tmin.
For incomplete penetration - 7/8 tmin.
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