Riveted and welded joints, Civil Engineering

Riveted and Welded Joints:

This theory deals with riveted and welded connections. In riveted connections, you have learnt different types of rivet and various parameters pertaining to riveted joints like types, design and efficiency and many more.

Further, in welded connections, you were introduced to various types of welds and welded connections. You have also learnt about the several geometrical parameters of and allowable stresses in structural welds. Towards end, the unit deals with how to design both fillet welded and butt welded structural connections, under the action of direct loads.

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