intermittent weld

intermittent weld

[¦in·tər¦mit·ənt ′weld]
(metallurgy)
A weld in which the continuity is broken by recurring unwelded spaces.

intermittent weld

A weld whose continuity is broken by recurring unwelded spaces.
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Also other works of authors investigated flexural buckling of wide flange columns strengthened under load with intermittent welds [17].
Other areas where AE has been applied include intermittent welds on cover plates, riveted connections in high-stress zones, cracks in restraint connectors where the web is rigidly fixed to the web of another girder and collision damage.
The use of intermittent welds can also save costs when continuous welds are not required.