This study presents the results of a fillet weld specifications of the various nipple-header joint specification and a developmental procedure for analyzing these rules by a rational method for establishing required weld size, and recommendations for further research. Fillet welding is the most common welding in engineering applications. Transport vehicles, marine ships, mobile plant equipment are few examples where fillet welding are used extensively. Analysis of welded structures is still remains a challenge for the designer to produce desired output results. In welding process rapid heating and cooling introduced residual stress and geometrical deformations.
Volume 12 | 01-Special Issue