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1. Which one of the following statement is correct?


a. No flux is used in gas welding of MS
b. Borax is commonly used flux coating in electrodes
c. Laser beam welding employs a vacuum chamber and
thus avoids use of a shielding method
d. AC can be used for GTAW process
2. Considering the following processes:
1. Gas welding 2. Thermit Welding 3. Arc Welding
4. Resistance welding
The correct sequence of these processes in increasing
order of their welding temperature.
a. 1-3-4-2
b. 1-2-3-4
c. 4-3-1-2
d. 4-1-3-2

c. UV rays
d. Intense glare
9. In which type of welding a pool of molten metal is
used
a. Electro slag
b. Submerged arc
c. Thermit
d. TIG
10. T joint weld is used
a. Where lomgitudinal shear is presence
b. To join 2 pieces perpendicularly
c. To join 2 pieces of metal in the same manner as rivert
joint.
d. None of the above

3. Arc blow is common in


a. AC welding
b. DC Welding with straight polarity
c. DC Welding with bare electrodes
d. AC Welding with bare electrodes

11. In resistance welding voltage used for heating is


a. 1 volt
b. 10 volt
c. 100 volt
d. 1000 volt

4. Pinch effect in welding is the result of


a. Expansions of gases in the Arc
b. Electro-Magnetic forces
c. Electric force
d. Surface tension of the molten metal

12. Copper Is
a. easily spot welded
b. Very difficult to spot welded
c. Prefered to be welded by spot welding
d. none of the above.

5. In manual arc welding the equipment should have


drooping characteristics in order to maintain
a. Voltage constant when arc length changes
b. Current constant when Arc length changes
c. Temperature in the Arc constant
d. Weld pool red hot.

13. Projection welding is


a. Multi spot welding process
b. Used to make cantilevers
c. Used to form mesh
d. Continuous spot welding process

6. In Arc welding DC reverse polarity is used to bear


greater advantage in
a. Overhead welding
b. Flat Welding of Lap joints
c. Edge welding
d. Flat welding of Butt joints
7. Maximum heat in resistance welding is at the
a. Tip of the positive electrode
b. Tip of the negative electrode
c. Top surface of the plate at the time of electric contact
with the electrode
d. Interface between two plates being joined.
8 .In arc welding Eyes need to protected against
a. Infrared rays
b. Sparks

14. Dry cast iron is usually welded by


a. Gas welding
b. TIG
c. MIG
d. Arc
15 In Thermit welding, the iron oxide and aluminium
oxide is mixed in the ratio of
a. 1:1
b. 3:1
c. 1:3
d. Mixture is of different oxides
16. Preheating is essential in welding
a. HSS
b. Stainless steel
c. cast iron
d. Al

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17. The main criterion for selection of electrode


diameter in arc welding is
a. Materials to be welded
b. Type of welding process
c. Thickness of materials
d. Current used
18. In MIG welding, the metal is transferred in the
form of
a. Fine spray of metal
b. Metal drops
c. Weld pool
d. Molecules
19. Oxy acetylene flame cuts metal by its
a. Evaporation
b. Oxidation
c. Intensive Oxidation
d. Burning
20. Which of the following material is best cut by oxy
cutting process?
a. Brass
b.MS
C.Stainless steel
d. Cu
21. The flux in submerged arc welding in the form of
a. Coating of the electrode
b. Granules
c. Paste
d. An inert gas
22. Seam welding is
a. Arc welding
b. Multispot welding
c. Continuous spot welding
d. Gas welding
23. Distortion in welding occurs due to
a. Use of excessive current
b. improper clamping methods
c. Use of wrong electrodes
d. improper composition of parent material
24. Two sheets of same material but different
thickness can be but welded by
a. Adjustment of current
b. Time duration of current
c. changing the size of 1 electrode
d. Pressure applied

25. Arc welding uses following electric supply


a. AC
b. DC
c. Both AC & DC
d. Spiral wave form
26. Neutral flame has
a. 1 zone
b. 2 zones
c. 3 zones
d. 4 zones
27. Which of the following has the lowest melting point
a. Brazing spelter
b. Cu
c. Soft solder
d. Al
28. The surface cracks in the weldment of non magnetic
alloys can be inspected by
a. X ray test
b. Ultrasonic test
c. Magna flux test
d. Fluorescent test
29. Cylinders in which O2 gas is stored are
a. Fabricated by casting
b. fabricated by welding
c. fabricated by forging
d. seamless steel cylinders
30.Acetelyne gas is generated from
a. carbon
b. Calcium
c. Calcium carbide
d. Calcium chloride
31. Acetylene is stored in the
a. Gas form
b. Liquid form
c. Solid form
d. High pressure
32. Laser welding finds widest application in
a. heavy industry
b. Structural work
c. Process industry
d. Electronics industry
33. O2 TO C2H2 ratio In carburizing flame
a. 0.5:1
b. 1:1
c. 2:1

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d. 1:1.2
34. In resistance welding electrode is made up of
a. Carbon steels
b. Stainless steel
c. Al
d. Cu
35 .Metals like Cu & Brass can be welded by
a. Oxidizing flame
b. Carburizing flame
c. Neutral flame
d. None of the above
36. Filler metal is used in
a. Electric spot welding
b. spot welding
c. Projection welding
d. None of the above
37. Welding spatter refers to
a. Welding electrode
b. flux
c. filler material
d. welding defect
38. Which of the following metals can be suitably
welded by TIG welding
a. Stainless steel
b. Mg
c. Pure titanium
d. All of the above
39. The following gas is used In TIG welding
a. Acetylene
b. O2
c. H2
d. Ar
40. Which of the following material is best weldable
with itself?
a. Stainless steel
b. Cu
c. Al
d. Ms
41. A soldering iron bit is made of
a. Brass
b. Tin
c. Cu
d. Iron
42. The flux in brazing is used in the form of
a. Powder
b. liquid

c. paste
d. any of the above
43. Solder is essentially a
a. tin-silver base
b. tin lead base
c. tin- bismuth base
d. silver lead base
44. Which of the following carbon steel is most
weldable
a. 0.15% carbon steel
b. 0.30% carbon steel
c. 0.50% carbon steel
d. 0.75% carbon steel
45. In arc welding, temperature of following order may
be generated
a. 1000oC
b. 1500oC
c. 5500oC
d. 10000oC
46. Gray iron is usually welded by
a. Gas welding
b. arc welding
c. resistance welding
d. pressure welding
47. In the manual TIG welding, the angle of the
electrode holder with the direction of welding is
a. 30o
b. 45o
c. 60o
d. 70o
48. Which is the following brazing joint is strongest
a. butt
b. scraf(inclined)
c. lap
d. all are equally strong
49. Temperature range of soldering process is
a. 40oC to 100oC
b. 180oC to 250oC
c. 300oC to 500oC
d. around 1000oC
50. In resistance welding the electrode material is made
of
a. carbon steel
b. stainless steel
c. Cu
d. Hss

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