1
GATE CE 2005
+2
-0.6
A fillet-welded joint of $$6$$ $$mm$$ size is shown in the figure. The welded surfaces meet at $$60$$ - $$90$$ degree and permissible stress in the fillet weld is $$108$$ $$MPa.$$ The safe load that can be transmitted by the joint is
A
$$162.7$$ $$kN$$
B
$$151.6$$ $$kN$$
C
$$113.4$$ $$kN$$
D
$$109.5$$ $$kN$$
2
GATE CE 2002
+2
-0.6
$$ISA$$ $$100 \times 100 \times 10mm$$ (cross sectional area $$= 1903\,\,m{m^2}$$) is welded along $$A$$ and $$B$$ (Refer to figure in the below question) such that the lengths of the weld along $$A$$ and $$B$$ are $${l_1}$$ and $${l_2}$$ respectively. Which of the following is a possibly acceptable combination of $${l_1}$$ and $${l_2}$$
A
$${l_1}$$ $$=60$$ $$mm$$ and $${l_2}$$ $$=150$$ $$mm$$
B
$${l_1}$$ $$=150$$ $$mm$$ and $${l_2}$$ $$=60$$ $$mm$$
C
$${l_1}$$ $$=150$$ $$mm$$ and $${l_2}$$ $$=150$$ $$mm$$
D
Any of the above, depending on the size of the weld
3
GATE CE 1997
+2
-0.6
Maximum size of a fillet weld for a plate of square edge is
A
$$1.5$$ $$mm$$ less than the thickness of the plate
B
one half of the thickness of the plate
C
thickness of the plate itself
D
$$1.5$$ $$mm$$ more than the thickness of the plate
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