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6. Filler Metal Requirements Replace second paragraph with the following: Filler metal with a minimum specified Charpy V-notch (CVN) toughness of 20 ft-lb (27 J) at 40 °F (4 °C) or lower shall be used in the following joints: (1) Complete-joint-penetration groove welded T- and corner joints with steel backing left in place, subject to tension normal to the effective area, unless the joints are designed using the nominal strength and resistance factor or safety factor as applicable for a partial-joint-penetration groove weld.

User Note: The inspection of steel (open-web) joists and joist girders, tanks, pressure vessels, cables, cold-formed steel products, or gage metal products is not addressed in this Specification. User Note: The provisions of this chapter are pertinent to the activities performed by the fabricator, erector and associated parties. Consult Section NA5 for activities related to calculations and design. The Chapter is organized as follows: NN1. NN2. NN3. NN4. NN5. General Provisions Fabricator and Erector Quality Assurance Program Fabricator and Erector Documents Inspection and Nondestructive Evaluation Personnel Minimum Requirements for Inspection of Structural Steel Buildings and Structures NN6.

7. 6-3 listed for QC are those inspections performed by qualified personnel to ensure that the work is performed in accordance with the construction documents. For QC inspection, the applicable construction documents are the approved shop drawings and the erection drawings, and the applicable referenced specifications, codes and standards. User Note: The personnel performing QC inspection need not refer to the design drawings and project specifications. 2(a), requires the transfer of information from the contract documents (design drawings and project specification) into accurate and complete shop and erection drawings, allowing QC inspection to be based upon shop and erection drawings alone.

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