It is a lap joint, with a covering plate on the inside of the joint; rivets e and f are in single and rivets d in double shear.
The joint shown at C is termed a “lap joint,” because the ends of the ring are cut in such a manner that they overlap.
The seams near the bottom were so deeply "furrowed" or corroded just above the lap joint in a continuous line that they rent open.
The ends of belts are joined by two principal methods, the butt and the lap joint.
A joint having but one row of rivets in a lap joint and one row of rivets on each side of the plate joint in a butt joint.
A lap joint is one in which the two ends of the belt overlap, as in Fig. 2694.
Shows the lap joint used for splicing two pieces lengthwise.
The lap joint is used throughout, and the outside dimensions are two inches greater than the window opening.
Cut the ends diagonally so that they will make a lap joint instead of a square one.