Recommended edge distance for bolts. All edge distances shown are from centreline of bolt to edge of steel. BOLT DIA SHEARED OR HAND FLAME CUT MACHINE CUT SAWN OR PLANED ROLLED EDGE OF ROLLED SECTION NORMAL PITCH M12 25 20 15 45 M16 30 25 20 60 M20 35 30 25 70 M24 45 40 30 90 M30 55 45 40 100 M36 65 55 45 100 … [Read more...] about Edge Distance for Bolts
Eerrata for AWS (American Welding Society) A2.4-98, Standard Symbols for Welding, Brazing, and Nondestructive Examination.This is the correction to the Welding Symbol Chart for AWS A2.4-98, pages 106 and 107. AWS A2.4-98 Standards Symbols for Welding Bracing and Nondestructive Examination Page 106 AWS A2.4-98 Standards Symbols for Welding Bracing and Nondestructive … [Read more...] about Welding Symbols Chart – AWS
By DGMWelding symbols used in Australia are based on the Australian Standard AS 1100.101-1992. You can research the full range of welding symbols in the Engineering Drawing Handbook produced by Standards Australia and the Institution of Engineers.Here is a selection of basic symbols to learn as a first step.Weld finishes (contour)With butt welds the welding symbol will tell you … [Read more...] about What are the basic welding symbols?
This information applies to the American Steel Industry Also check out the American Welding Society - Weld Symbols Chart When welds are specified on engineering and fabrication drawings, a cryptic set of symbols is used as a sort of shorthand for describing the type of weld, its size, and other processing and finishing information. The purpose of this page is to introduce … [Read more...] about Weld Symbols (American)
Commonly used welding symbols and what they mean. As used in the Australian steel fabrication industry. Go here for American Welding Symbols. Weld symbols - what they mean Download the AutoCAD DWG file of the weld symbols chart. References Standard Drawing Symbols Abbreviations Graphical Representation - OTEN - Revised edition 1981Engineering Drawing Handbook … [Read more...] about Weld Symbols
Steel Shapes and Sections All open hot-rolled shapes approved by the AISC specification fall under the ASTM A6 standard. New shapes are added or eliminated as the standard is updated every few years. That is why it's important to use the 13th edition Steel Construction Manual, which lists shapes found in the latest ASTM A6-05 standard. If you're still using the old green … [Read more...] about Structural Steel Materials