Mechanical Engineering - Strength of Materials - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Strength of Materials - Section 2 (Q.No. 8)
A welded joint as compared to a riveted joint has __________ strength.
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Balaji said:   6 years ago
Riveted joints are more stronger than welded joint because it has more strength i.e. to withstand the fatigue load.

Aman said:   6 years ago
Rivet joints are more stringer than welded joint.

Pradeep gk said:   7 years ago
In welding, extra material is added so the area of the material is increases so stress decrease because of stress = load/area.

In rivets because of hole stress concentration is present.

Neeraj said:   7 years ago
Answer is right because in welded joint no hole present so no stress concentration induced we added extra material in welded joint.

Rohitash said:   8 years ago
I think rivet joint is more strength.

Surjeet said:   8 years ago
I think riveted joint are stronger.

Ashish said:   9 years ago
Ln welded joint, we are adding the material hence for same load condition it has more strength than riveted joint as it has provided (riveted joint) has provided holes which is removal of material and indication of weaker cross section.

Shridhar said:   10 years ago
Welded joints are weaker than riveted joints.

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