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Question 1.
Which of these drawing symbols shows weld____penetration depth
in accordance with BS EN 22553?

B
C

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10
s
10
s
s1
0
10
s
s1
0

Question 2.
BS EN 288 & BS EN ISO 15614 are specifications for?

Welder approval testing.

b. Welding equipment calibration.


c.

Welding procedure approval.

d.

consumables for submerged arc welding.

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a.

Question 3.
What determines the penetrating power of Gamma rays?

a.

Time.

c.

Source to film distance.

d.

Source strength

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b. Type of isotope.

Question 4.
Which element has the greatest effect on the HAZ hardness of
carbon-manganese steel?
Molybdenum.

b. Chromium.
a.

Titanium.

b.

Carbon.

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a.

Question 5.
Pre heating a steel plate with a carbon equivalent value (CEV) of
0.48 % may be required in order to?
a. Drive out moisture from the plate.

c. Prevent the formation of carbides.


d. Improve the mechanical properties of the weld metal.

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b. Prevent excessive hardening in the HAZ.

Question 6.
A welder approval certificate should be withdrawn if?

He has not done any welding for a period of 4 months.

b. He has been absent from work for a period of 7 months.


c.

The repair rate for his welds exceeds 1%.

d.

His work has been examined by UT only.

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a.

Question 7.
In friction welding, the metal at the interface when the joining
occurs is described as being in the?
Liquid state.

b. Inter critical state.


a.

Plastic state.

b.

Elastic state.

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a.

Question 8.
A penetrameter (IQI) is used to measure ?

The size of a discontinuity in a weld joint.

b. The density of a radiographic film.


c.

The degree of film contrast .

d.

The quality of the radiographic technique.

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a.

Question 9.
Which of the following cutting methods is suitable for cutting
stainless steel?
a. Plasma.

c.

Oxy-propane.

d.

It depends upon the thickness.

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b. Oxy-acetylene .

Question 10.
Which of the following would be classed as the most serious
type of defect?
a.

A buried linear slag inclusion.

c.

Surface breaking lack of sidewall fusion

d.

surface porosity.

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b. Buried lack of inter-run fusion

Question 11
Radiographic testing has an advantage over Ultrasonic's for the
detection of ?
a. Lack of sidewall fusion.

c.

Internal rounded indications.

d.

Root concavity.

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b. Root undercut.

Question 12

a.

Excessive porosity.

b.

Burn through.

c.Lower toughness.
d.

High strength

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Exceeding the maximum inter-pass temperature specified for a


C-Mn steel weld joint, may give?

Question 13
MIG/MAG welding has a tendency to give lack of sidewall fusion
when ?

b.

100%CO 2 shielding gas is used.

c.

Pulsed current is used.

d.

Dip transfer conditions are used.

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a. Spray transfer conditions are used.

Question 14.
The temperature range over which a steel goes from having high
toughness to low toughness is called?

b. The ductility dip temperature.


c.

The bi-modal temperature .

d.

The transition temperature.

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a. The critical transformation temperature.

Question 15.
For SAW, what is the effect of raising arc voltage______but_keeping
with all other parameters the same?
The weld bead width will increase.

b. The depth of penetration will increase.


c.

The weld bead width will decrease .

d.

The depth of penetration will decrease

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a.

Question 16.
Changing an essential variable (beyond the allowed limits) for a
qualified welding procedure ?
a.

May change the mechanical properties of the joint.

c.

Will require a new welding procedure to be approved.

d.

All of the above.

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b. May adversely affect the quality of the weld.

Question 17.
With reference to the various grades of stainless steels, which of
the following statements is true?
a. They are all non-magnetic

c. They all have very high thermal conductivity.


d. Only certain grades can be used for service at very low
temperatures.

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b. They all require 100% Ar for GMAW.

Question 18.

a.

E 6010.

b.

E 7016.

c.

E 7018.

d.

E 6013.

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Which of the following AWS A5.1 electrodes has a rutile


covering?

Question 19
Welds made with very high heat input will show a reduction in?
a.

Tensile strength.

c.

Fatigue strength.

d.

Creep resistance.

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b. Notch toughness.

Question 20
During PWHT of a complex fabrication, it is heated to the soak
temperature at a much faster rate than specified by the procedure.
this may ?
Cause excessive oxidation.

b. Not allow sufficient time to relieve stresses.


c.

Introduce excessive compressive stresses.

d.

Cause distortion.

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a.

Question 21

a.

Using inductance.

b.

Using 100% CO 2.

c.

Using Ar + 30%He.

d.

Increase stick out length.

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When MAG welding in dip transfer mode (short-circuiting mode)


spatter can be reduced by ?

Question 22
Repair welding of in-service plant and equipment may be more
difficult than making repairs during initial fabrication because ?
a. The material may be contaminated.

c.

Positional welding may be required.

d.

All of the above may be factors.

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b. Access to repair area may be difficult.

Question 23

a.

Thulium 170.

b.

Ytterbium 169.

c.

Iridium 192.

d.

Cobalt 60.

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For gamma radiography of a steel weld at 35mm thick,____the


recommended isotope is ?

Question 24

a.

By using a densitometer.

b.

By using an image quality indicator ( IQI )

c.

From the kVA used.

d.

From the source/tube to work stand-off distance used

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The sensitivity of a radiograph is assessed?

Question 25
A transverse tensile test, from a Weld Procedure Approval Record
(WPAR) test plate, is used to measure?

b. The tensile strength of the welded joint.


c. The stress/strain characteristics of the weld.
d. The stress/strain characteristics of the joint.

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a. The tensile strength of the weld.

Question 26

a.

PB highest; PA lowest.

b.

PE highest; PC lowest.

C. PD highest; PB lowest.
d. PF highest; PG lowest.

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The________________________________ highest_____andlowestheat input


positions areconsidered to be?

Question 27
What type of covering will an electrode have that is suitable for
welding 60mm C-Mn steel and can give good weld metal
toughness at -50C?

b. Basic.
C. Cellulosic.
d. Choice will depend on welding position.

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a. Rutile.

Question 28
The dip transfer mode (or short-circuiting mode) of metal transfer
used for MIG/MAG welding is characterised by ?
a.

Giving deep penetration .

c.Giving low spatter.


d. Giving high deposition
rate.

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b. Being suitable for all positional welding.

Question 29
Carbon equivalent values (CEV) are used to determine the how to
avoid the risk of ?
a.

Hydrogen cracking.

c.

Solidification cracking.

d.

Weld decay

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b. Lamellar tearing.

Question 30.

a.

Composite joint.

b.

Transition joint.

c.

Autogenous joint.

d.

Heterogeneous.

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When 2 different material thicknesses are welded together, the


joint is referred to as ?

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Answers

Question 1.
Which of these drawing symbols shows weld
_______________________________________________________
penetration

B
C

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10
s
10
s
s1
0
10
s
s1
0

Answer

Question 2.
BS EN 288 & BS EN ISO 15614 are specifications for?

a.

Welder approval testing.

c.

Welding procedure approval.

d.

consumables for submerged arc welding.

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b. Welding equipment calibration.

Answer

Question 3.
What determines the penetrating power of Gamma rays?

a.

Time.

c.

Source to film distance.

d.

Source strength

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b. Type of isotope.

Answer

Question 4.
Which element has the greatest effect on the HAZ hardness of
carbon-manganese steel?
a.

Molybdenum.

a.

Titanium.

b.

Carbon.

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b. Chromium.

Answer

Question 5.
Pre heating a steel plate with a carbon equivalent value (CEV) of
0.48 % may be required in order to?
a. Drive out moisture from the plate.

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b. Prevent excessive hardening in the HAZ.


c.

Prevent the formation of carbides.

d.

improve the mechanical properties of the weld metal.


Answer

Question 6.

a.

He has not done any welding for a period of 4 months.

b.

He has been absent from work for a period of 7 months.

c.

The repair rate for his welds exceeds 1%.

d.

His work has been examined by UT only.


Answer

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A welder approval certificate should be withdrawn if?

Question 7.
In friction welding, the metal at the interface when the joining
occurs is described as being in the?
a.

Liquid state.

a.

Plastic state.

b.

Elastic state.

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b. Inter critical state.

Answer

Question 8.
A penetrameter (IQI) is used to measure ?

a.

The size of a discontinuity in a weld joint.

c.

The degree of film contrast .

d.

The quality of the radiographic technique.

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b. The density of a radiographic film.

Answer

Question 9.
Which of the following cutting methods is suitable for cutting
stainless steel?
a. Plasma.

c.

Oxy-propane.

d.

It depends upon the thickness.

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b. Oxy-acetylene .

Answer

Question 10.
Which of the following would be classed as the most serious
type of defect?
a. A buried linear slag inclusion.

c.

Surface breaking lack of sidewall fusion

d.

surface porosity.

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b. Buried lack of inter-run fusion

Answer

Question 11
Radiographic testing has an advantage over Ultrasonics for the
detection of ?
a. Lack of sidewall fusion.

c.

Internal rounded indications.

d.

Root concavity.
Answer

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b. Root undercut.

Question 12

a.

Excessive porosity.

b.

Burn through.

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Exceeding the maximum inter-pass temperature specified for a


C-Mn steel weld joint, may give?

c.Lower toughness.
d.

High strength
Answer

Question 13
MIG/MAG welding has a tendency to give lack of sidewall fusion
when ?

b.

100%CO 2 shielding gas is used.

c.

Pulsed current is used.

d.

Dip transfer conditions are used.

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a. Spray transfer conditions are used.

Answer

Question 14.
The temperature range over which a steel goes from having high
toughness to low toughness is called?

a.

The critical transformation temperature.

c.

The bi-modal temperature .

d.

The transition temperature.

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b. The ductility dip temperature.

Answer

Question 15.
For SAW, what is the effect of raising arc voltage but_____keeping
with all other parameters the same?
a.

The weld bead width will increase.

c.

The weld bead width will decrease .

d.

The depth of penetration will decrease

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b. The depth of penetration will increase.

Answer

Question 16.
Changing an essential variable (beyond the allowed limits) for a
qualified welding procedure ?
a.

May change the mechanical properties of the joint.

c.

Will require a new welding procedure to be approved.

d.

All of the above.


Answer

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b. May adversely affect the quality of the weld.

Question 17.

a.

They are all non-magnetic

b.

They all require 100% Ar for GMAW.

c.

They all have very high thermal conductivity.

d. Only certain grades can be used for service at very low


temperatures.
Answer

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With reference to the various grades of stainless steels, which of


the following statements is true?

Question 18.

a.

E 6010.

b.

E 7016.

c.

E 7018.

d.

E 6013.

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Which_____of the following AWS A5.1 electrodes has a rutile


covering?

Answer

Question 19
Welds made with very high heat input will show__________________a
__________________________________________________

a. Tensile strength.
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b. Notch toughness.
c. Fatigue strength.
d.

Creep resistance.
Answer

Question 20
During PWHT of a complex fabrication, it is heated to the soak
temperature at a much faster rate than specified by the procedure.
this may ?
a.

Cause excessive oxidation.

c.

Introduce excessive compressive stresses.

d.

Cause distortion.

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b. Not allow sufficient time to relieve stresses.

Answer

Question 21

a.

Using inductance.

b.

Using 100% CO 2.

c.

Using Ar + 30%He.

d.

Increase stick out length.

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When MAG welding in dip transfer mode (short-circuiting mode)


spatter can be reduced by ?

Answer

Question 22
Repair welding of in service plant and equipment may be more
difficult than making repairs during initial fabrication because ?
a.

The material may be contaminated.

c.

positional welding may be required.

d.

All of the above may be factors.

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b. Access to repair area may be difficult.

Answer

Question 23
For gamma radiography of a steel weld at 35mm thick,__the
recommended isotope is ?
a. Thulium 170.

c.

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b. Ytterbium 169.
Iridium 192.

d. Cobalt 60.
Answer

Question 24
The sensitivity of a radiograph is assessed?
By using a densitometer.

b.

By using an image quality indicator ( IQI )

c.

From the kVA used.

d.

From the source/tube to work stand-off distance used

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a.

Answer

Question 25
A transverse tensile test, from a Weld Procedure Approval Record
(WPAR) test plate, is used to measure?

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a. The tensile strength of the weld.


b. The tensile strength of the welded joint.
c. The stress/strain characteristics of the weld.
d. The stress/strain characteristics of the joint.

Answer

Question 26

a.

PB highest; PA lowest.

b.

PE highest; PC lowest.
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The________________________________ highest_andlowestheatinputpositions
areconsidered to be?

C. PD highest; PB lowest.
d. PF highest; PG lowest.
Answer

Question 27
What type of covering will an electrode have that is suitable for
welding 60mm C-Mn steel and can give good weld metal
toughness at -50C?

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a. Rutile.
b. Basic.
C. Cellulosic.
d. Choice will depend on welding position.

Answer

Question 28
The dip transfer mode (or short-circuiting mode) of metal transfer
used for MIG/MAG welding is characterised by ?
a.

Giving deep penetration .

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b. Being suitable for all positional welding.


c.Giving low spatter.
d. Giving high deposition rate.
Answer

Question 29
Carbon equivalent values (CEV) are used to determine the how to
avoid the risk of ?
a.

Hydrogen cracking.

c.

Solidification cracking.

d.

Weld decay

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b. Lamellar tearing.

Answer

Question 30.

a.

Composite joint.

b.

Transition joint.

c.

Autogenous joint.

d.

Heterogeneous.

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When 2 different material thicknesses are welded together, the


joint is referred to as ?

Answer

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