Sie sind auf Seite 1von 4

Sample Questions

The British code for visual inspection requirements is:

A. BS 4872 B. BS 499 C. BS 4870 D. None of the above

One of the advantages of a multi-pass MMA weld is that it generally produces a:

A. High tensile strength B. High degree of ductility C. Coarse grain structure D. Fine grain structure

A code of practice for visual inspection should cover the following:

A. Before, during and after welding activities B. Before welding activities only C. After welding activities only D. None of the above

Another name for Suck back in the root of a weld is:

A. Concavity B. Convexity C. LORP D. Root undercut

Which of the following does not require baking or drying?

A. E 6010 B. E7018 C. Sub are flux with Basicity Index of 2 D. Sub are flux with Basicity Index of

Sample Questions

With regards to welding procedure, an essential variable may:

A. Change the properties of the weld B. Influence the visual acceptance C. Require re-approval of a weld procedure D. All of the above

Degreasing components are essential for quality welding. When welded some agent may:
A. Cause corrosion problems

B. Leave residues C. Give off toxic gases D. All of the above.

Cellulose electrodes are often used for the deposition of a root pass on pipes welded in the field. This is because?
A. Hydrogen control is required B. The high deposition rate due to the iron powder content C. The hydrogen gas produced in the flux increases the arc voltage D. All of the above

In the welded austenitic stainless steel .the electrode and the plate materials are often specified to be low carbon content .the reason for this is:
A. To prevent formation of crack in the HAZ B. To prevent formation of chromium carbides C. To prevent cracking in the weld D. Minimize distortion

Which of the following NDT methods can only detect surface breaking defects?
A. MPI B. DPI C. UT D. RT E. Both a and b

5 Sample Questions

The likelihood of a brittle fracture in steels will increase with:

A. The formation of a fine grain structure B. A reduction in-service temperature to sub zero-conditions C. A slow cooling rate D. All if the above

Hydrogen cracking in HAZ is most likely to occur when welding:

A. Carbon manganese steels B. Austenitic stainless steel C. Micro alloyed steel (HSLA) D. Low carbon steel

Which of the following are considerations for selection of a preheat temperature:

A. Carbon equivalent, joint design, welding process type and plate material quality B.

All joint over 25mm thick, hydrogen levels, welding process, carbon equivalent C. Arc energy, material thickness, hydrogen scale and carbon equivalent D. All of the above are considerations for the selection of a preheat temperature

Which of the following destructive test would indicate the toughness value of the weld metal/parent metal and HAZ?
A. Macro B. Nick break C. Tensile D. Charpy Vee notch

What constituent is needed in the coating of an electrode to prevent the formation of porosity when welding rimming steel?
A. Iron powder B. Potassium silicate C. Silicon D. Calcium carbonate

Haw can you tell the diffrence between an EN/ISO weld symbol and a BS weld symbol?
A. The EN/ISO weld symbol will always have the arrow side weld at the top of the reference line B. The EN/ISO weld symbol has the welds elementary symbol placed on a dached line lying above or below the solid reference line to indicate a weld on the other side C. The EN/ISO weld symbol has a fillet weld leg length identified by the letter "a" D. The EN/ISO weld symbol has a fillet weld throat thickness identified by the letter "z" E. both b and d

Which of the following statments is true if applicable to a charpy vee notch impact test?
A. It's destructive test used to assess material ductility in the weld zone B. It's a mechanical test used to determine a welds resistance to creep C. It's destructive test, which is used to give a measure of notch toughness D. It's a static test used to determine material toughness in the notch region E. both a and c

what is the arc enegy for the following welding process parameters?
A. 0.7 KJ/mm B. 0.6KJ/mm C. 0.01KJ/mm D. 0.7KJ/mm

In an all weld metal tensile test, the original test specimens gauge length of 50mm after testing the gauge increased to 72mm, what is the elongation percentage?
A. 44% B. 144% C. 69.4% D. 2.27% E. The elongation is not normally tested in this test

What is the ratio between the leg length and design throat thickness on mitre fillet weld with equal leg lengths?
A. 1 to 1 B. 2 to 1 C. 1.414 to 1 D. All of the above it depend upon the leg length size