Test: Welded & Riveted Joints - 2


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QUESTION: 1

In a butt welded joint, the throat of welds as compared to the size of weld bears the ratio

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QUESTION: 2

What is the load capacity of the single plug weld shown in following figure. Use an allowable shear capacity of 80 MN/m2. The load is steady​

Solution:

F= 80 x 0.785 x 400 = 25120 N

QUESTION: 3

A rivet is specified by

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QUESTION: 4

Consider the following joints:
1. Welded joints
2. Splined joints
3. Soldered joints
4. Brazed joints
5. Riveted
Which among the above are example of permanent fastening?

Solution:

Permanent fastenings:
Soldered, welded and riveted joints
Temporary fastenings:
Keys, cotters, pins and splined joints

QUESTION: 5

Which of the followings is not a desirable material for rivets?

Solution:

Rivets are made of ductile materials.

QUESTION: 6

The material generally used for boiler plate rivets is

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QUESTION: 7

The rivet head used for structural work such as roof trusses is usually

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QUESTION: 8

Identify the type of rivet head usually used for boiler plate riveting:

Solution:

The snap heads are usually employed for structural work and machine riveting. The counter sunk heads are mainly used for ship building where flat surfaces are necessary. The conical heads (also known as conidal heads) are mainly used in case of hand hammering. The pan heads have maximum strength, but these are difficult to shape.

QUESTION: 9

According to IBR, the thickness of boiler shell is not to be less than

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QUESTION: 10

Which is the correct statement about riveted joints?

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