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A Review on Finite Element Analysis of Curved Plate Overlapping Welded Joint


Kanchan D. Jaysingpure , J.C.O.E.T Yavatmal; Amol B.Dhumne, J.C.O.E.T Yavatmal


finite element analysis, curved plate stress and vibration analysis


Basically a welded joint is a permanent joint which is obtained by fusion of the edges of the two plates to be joined together with or without application of pressure and filler material. Welding is extensively used in fabrication as an alternative method for casting or forging and as a replacement for a bolted and riveted joint. Since it is related to human being, it is necessary to design and analysis the joint with prior attention to safely of its user.A better approach to the prediction of welding deformation is using the combined technologies of experiments with numerical calculation. With modern computing facilities, the Finite Element (FE) technique has become an effective method for prediction and assessment of welding residual stress and distortions various factors, the quantitative prediction and the control of welding deformation especially for a large and complex welded structure is extremely difficult. Typical welds are done on flat surfaces and their strengths are well catalogued for reference. If a lap joint is required for longitudinal plates, the reference for taking overlap length is available. When a lap joint is required for curved plates, no reference is available for it. The objective of this project is to determine optimized overlapping angle and suitable welding configuration among single end weld joint and both end weld joint.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV3I2816
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2015
Page(s): 1010-1013

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