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(b) Incomplete fusion in a copper

25X. A. R. Pfluger and R. E. Lewis, editors,

Addison- Wesley Publishing Company, 1968), p. 158. Radiograph of entrapped ...

(b) Incomplete fusion in a copper

**weld**at different magnifications: (a) 2.5X, (b)25X. A. R. Pfluger and R. E. Lewis, editors,

**Weld**Imperfections (Reading, Mass. :Addison- Wesley Publishing Company, 1968), p. 158. Radiograph of entrapped ...

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(a) butt

the strength of the

(a) butt

**weld**. throat C (b) fillet**weld**(A and B are called legs). Fig. 5-10. Common**welds**. shown schematically in Fig. 5-10. The first of these is simple to analyze ifthe strength of the

**weld**metal and the load-carrying cross section are given.Page 128

EXAMPLE 5- 1 3 A simple ladder is to be made by

two vertical bars that are attached to a tall container of chemicals. Each rung has

a cross section 1.5 cm x 4 cm, and the wider side is vertical. What is the minimum

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EXAMPLE 5- 1 3 A simple ladder is to be made by

**welding**rectangular rungs totwo vertical bars that are attached to a tall container of chemicals. Each rung has

a cross section 1.5 cm x 4 cm, and the wider side is vertical. What is the minimum

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