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Welding of Steel Structures

 
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 17, 2004 1:03 pm    Post subject: Welding of Steel Structures Reply with quote

Dear Sefians

Generally a base plate and a Cap plate is provided at bottom and at top of steel columns consisting of  I sections. These plates are welded with girder. Heat produced at the time of welding makes both ends of column brittle. Incase of earthquake this could be the cause of sudden failure. Is there any alternative to this problem.

Daljeet Sidhu


          
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 18, 2004 10:28 am    Post subject: Welding of Steel Structures Reply with quote

Dear Fellow Engineer Mr. Daljeet Sidhu,
I think this problem of brittleness developed at the joint of base plate/cap plate  and I section due to the heat produced during welding can be solved by Normalising process.
I hope this solves your Problem.
With Best Wishes
N.Y.Choudhary

sidhudaljeet@yahoo.com wrote:

Dear Sefians

Generally a base plate and a Cap plate is provided at bottom and at top of steel columns consisting of I sections. These plates are welded with girder. Heat produced at the time of welding makes both ends of column brittle. Incase of earthquake this could be the cause of sudden failure. Is there any alternative to this problem.

Daljeet Sidhu



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