chain intermittent fillet welding

chain intermittent fillet welding

[′chān ‚in·tər′mit·ənt ′fil·ət ‚wel·diŋ]
(metallurgy)
The forming of two lines of intermittent fillet welds in a T joint or lap joint so that the increments of welding in one line are approximately opposite those in the other line.
The forming of two lines of equal-length fillet welds concurrently on opposite sides of the perpendicular member of a T joint at intermittent intervals.