Volume 6, Issue 2



Abstract : Welding is widely used in all the fabrication process for the development of structural component. An accurate and physically suitable curved fillet model is to be given as input for analysis of welding process. Flux core arc welding (FCAW) is an arc welding process that that uses continuous flux cored filler wire . The flux is used as a welding protection from the atmosphere environment. Materials like CS and MS with varying thickness of 5,6,7 mm and overlapping angles starting with 30° and success ding with minimum difference of 5° in consecutive angle up to 100° and tested using UTM machine . Metallurgical welded joints that are in service may be subjected to high stresses and different types of loads such as fatigue loads, tension loads compression loads and thus temperature and residual stress modeling is one of the complex processes which utilize the weld parameters and properties at higher temperature. Finite element analysis (FEA) has become a practical method of predicting stresses and deflection for loaded structures. In this study, finite element analysis software, ANSYS, is used for a parametric study for effect of curved fillet welded joint on compression strength and tensile strength as it is an important tool for designing and analysis of engineering structures which do not facilitate model evaluation and result interpretation easily. The article deals with the physical test of steel supporting elements, whose main purpose is obtaining the material, geometry and strength characteristics of fillet welds. The main aim was comparison of samples testing using UTM (universal testing machine) and for analysis, done on commercial software like ANSYS.

Pages : 1-12

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Modified Date : 2019-02-06

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MR. JAIDEEP BUDGUDE , MR. GANESH WAGH , MR. RAHUL YADAV , "EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL STUDY OF WELDED CURVED PLATES", IJIERT - International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, Volume 6, Issue 2, ISSN : 2394-3696, Page No. 1-12