This foreword is not part of AWS D/DM, Structural When the first edition of AWS D, Specification for Welding Sheet Steel in. Code Sheet Steel [PDF] [EPUB] the aws® welding and welder software online demo AWS D/DM Structural Welding Code-Steel. Secure PDF AWS D/DM contains the requirements for arc welding of structural sheet/strip steels, including cold formed members.
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A commentary on the code is also included with the document. Paul was instrumental in the inception of the first Structural Welding Code—Aluminum and a moving force in its growth over the years. Paul was an internationally renowned engineer, as well as an educator and mentor to many in the welding community. He was always ready to share his almost immeasurable expertise with anyone who needed help.
His good nature and humor made it a joy to work with him.
Paul will be greatly missed by all of us. In the early s, interest was expressed in developing a consolidated code for the structural welding of aluminum sim- ilar to the AWS D1. Because of the interest of both The Aluminum Association and the American Welding Society, it was decided to begin in the mids the task of developing a structural welding code for aluminum.
Initially, the effort was undertaken by a task force of The Aluminum Association. In , this task force became a subcommittee of the AWS Structural Welding Committee and the Structural Welding Code—Aluminum resulted from the continued activity of that subcommittee. The first edition of the Structural Welding Code—Aluminum hereafter referred to as the code represented the con- tinuing AWS policy to provide standards for structural welding.
This code is provided for the fabrication, erection and manufacturing industries as a set of rules and regulations for the welding of structural aluminum. Some of the more important aspects of this edition of the code are outlined in the following paragraphs.
Recommended joint details have been prepared for numerous complete joint penetration groove welded joints. Herein lies one of the major differences between the Structural Welding Code—Steel and this code. While the steel code allows for prequalified welding procedures, this code does not.
This is mainly because of the many and varied possible welding conditions that can be obtained with semiautomatic welding variables most often used with aluminum and the wide range of both heat-treatable and nonheat-treatable alloys that may be welded under this code.
Therefore, all of the joint details and the welding procedures used with this code shall be individually qualified and included in the Welding Pro- cedure Specification WPS.
Procedures and standards are outlined for several methods of nondestructive testing. Methods included are visual, radio- graphic and dye-penetrant. Ultrasonic testing is permitted, but the procedure and acceptance criteria shall be specified in the contract documents.
This code does not concern itself with such design considerations as the arrangements of parts, loading, and the compu- tation of stresses for proportioning the load-carrying members of a structure and their connection.
Such considerations, it is assumed, are covered elsewhere in a general code or specification, such as the Specification for Aluminum Structures The Aluminum Association. Many of the users of this code will also be users of the Structural Welding Code—Steel. As a result, it was felt that as much similarity as possible between the codes for steel and aluminum should be achieved.
Thus, the same general for- mat was used in the development of the and editions of the aluminum code as in the steel code. The D1. Furthermore, Appendix H of D1. Clauses 1 through 7 constitute a body of rules for the regulation of welding on aluminum structures. The edition represented a major reorganization of the D1.
For example, Clauses 7, 8, and 9 of D1. In this edition of D1. All editorial and technical changes to the text are indicated by underlining. Standards Subscriptions from ANSI provides a money-saving, multi-user solution for accessing standards.
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