Fillet weld


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fillet weld

[′fil·ət ‚weld]
(metallurgy)
A weld joining two edges at right angles; cross-sectional configuration is approximately triangular.

Fillet weld

A weld joining two surfaces at right angles to each other.

fillet weld

fillet weld
A weld of approximately triangular cross section joining two surfaces, approximately at right angles to each other, as in a lap joint.
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The result was a method of sleeve installation that obviates the need for circumferential fillet welds since the sleeve is not welded to the pipe.
According to norm CSN EN ISO 17641-2 the T-joint weld test consists of 2 fillet welds a1, a2.
According to Giles, the recommended matching consumables for groove welds and fillet welds "performed well, but there was a problem in getting the arc stabilized during welding.
Handwelders are available to produce fillet welds and equipment is available to manufacture special parts or elements in HDPE, such as inlet and outlet piping and overflows for SX tanks.
POLIFAN CURVE is a flap disc designed for grinding fillet welds.
It is more forgiving than gas metal arc welding and is more flexible and adaptable than submerged arc welding * Excellent weld appearance smooth and uniform welds, less liable to porosity * Relatively high travel speeds and considerably reduced spatter * Visible arc easy to weld * Excellent contour of horizontal fillet welds * FCAW welds a variety of steels over a wide thickness range * High deposition rate, high current density.
Because of the greater deposition rate, fewer passes need to be made, and joints such as fillet welds can be completed faster.
Contract award notice: Vocational training service "Welding sheets and pipes with fillet welds TIG-141i MAG-135" for 2 participants "Action Activation - YEI", implemented by WM WK OHP.
Suitable for use on angle grinders of all output levels, it is ideal for work on weld seams and for grinding surfaces and fillet welds.
Used fillet welds in preference to groove welds, provided the size is not too large.