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On Feb 26, 2010, at 4:47 PM, Mark Johnson wrote:


I think you would buy something like AISC Design Guide #4 on page 40 which shows fillets top and bottom of the flanges.
As I said, when I specify a CJP weld for a tee joint I specify fillets to improve the fatigue resistance. As I also said, I don't much like poring weld metal into a connection make up for low strength or some other problem. I think there are better ways to do what you want.

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