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Finite element analysis of out-of-plane distortion in plates due to double-sided fillet-welded attachments

Camilleri, D. and Comlekci, T. and Gray, T.G.F. (2005) Finite element analysis of out-of-plane distortion in plates due to double-sided fillet-welded attachments. In: Engineering Simulation: Best Practices and Visions of the Future, Proceedings of the NAFEMS World Congress 2005, Malta. NAFEMS, p. 88. ISBN 1-874376-03-4

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Abstract

Paper examining the finite element analysis of out-of-plane distortion in plates due to double-sided fillet-welded attachments. Focuses on the industrial scale fillet welding of a single stiffener.