A Beginner's Guide to the Steel Construction Manual, 14^{th} ed. Chapter 5  Welded Connections © 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 T. Bartlett Quimby 

Section 5.8 Example Problems Last Revised: 11/04/2014 The example problems presented in this section have a spreadsheet solution. You will need this file to follow along with the presented solutions. You can click on the following link to get the file: Chapter 5: Excel Spreadsheet Solutions This problem looks at a typical lap splice involving an HSS section and a gusset plate. This problem is a little more complex than lapped flat plates, in some ways, but is good for illustrating the computation of maximum effective fillet weld size. This example illustrates two ways to "balance" a fillet weld design on a connection that consists of a single angle and gusset plate. This example illustrates the application of the allowed increase in F_{w} for when the load is not parallel to weld axis. This example implements both the elastic and IC methods for eccentric load in the plane of the faying surface. These problems are best done by spreadsheet, so you will see them in the file that can be downloaded above. This example illustrates the computation of capacity of an eccentrically loaded weld group when the eccentricity is out of the plane of the faying surface. 