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# Welding Inspection Technology Module 4-1

Seminar Quiz
Module 4-1 5. Depth of bevel:
a. 3
1. Inadequate joint penetration can be caused by b. 4
a. Insufficient root opening c. 6
b. Excessive travel speed d. 3 minus 6
c. Excessive electrode diameter e. None of the above
d. Any of the above
e. A and C above

## 2. The notation “CJP” in the tail of a weld symbol

refers to
a. Continuous joint pass
b. Complete joint penetration
c. Contractor’s joint procedure
d. Complete joining procedure
e. None of the above

## For questions 3 through 5

Identify the requested parts of the illustrated
weld.

## 6. Identify the correct welding symbol for the

desired weld.
a. A
b. B
c. C
d. D
e. E
3. The angle formed between the prepared edge
of a member and a plane perpendicular to the
surface of the member (bevel angle):
a. 2
b. 5
c. 1
d. 4
e. 3

## 4. The root face dimension:

a. 2 7. The weld illustrated above is called a
b. 6 a. Double-flare-V-groove weld
c. 4 b. Double-flare-bevel groove wed
d. 3 and 4 c. Double-bevel-groove weld
e. None of the above d. Double-U-groove weld

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e. Double-V-groove weld

12.
8. Which of the following welds apply to butt
joints?
a. Bevel groove
b. Flare-bevel-groove
c. J-groove 13.
d. All of the above
e. A and B above

## 9. When welding only one side of an unrestrained

symmetrical double-V-groove butt joint in plate,
which of the following would likely result?
a. Excessive angular distortion
b. Excessive shrinkage in the thru-thickness
direction
c. Excessive shrinkage in the longitudinal
direction
d. All of the above
e. Letters B and C above
12. According to the welding symbol shown above,
how much root penetration on each side is required
1/16
in 1-inch material?
a. 1/4 inch
b. 1/8 inch
c. 3/8 inch
d. 1/2 inch
e. None

10. The welding symbol shown above indicates 13. Identify the correct welding symbol above for
a. An edge flange weld with 1/16” backing on the the desired weld.
other side a. A
b. A square groove weld with 1/16” melt-through b. B
on the other side c. C
c. A corner flange weld with 1/16” backing on d. D
the other side e. E
d. A square groove weld with 1/16” backing on
the other side
e. None of the above

## 11. Information that appears to the left of the

weld symbol refers to:
a. The weld length
b. The weld size
c. The electrode size
d. The number of passes required
e. None of the above

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14. The junction between the face of the weld and 17. What is meant by “buttering” a groove face?
the base metal is a. A form of surfacing in which one or more layers
a. 5 of weld metal is (are) deposited on the
b. 6 surface(s) of the joint(s) to be subsequently
c. 1 welded
d. 4 b. The operation of melting the cover pass of a
weldment to obtain a smooth looking surface
e. Not identified
c. The condition which results when welding
progresses too slowly
d. The condition which results in metal melt-thru
e. None of the above

18. A weldment is
a. That portion of a mechanical assembly which
includes joint members which are to be joined
15. What does the circle indicate in the welding b. Any member of a joint to be welded
symbol shown above? c. Any assembly whose component parts are
a. Drill a stress relief hole in the weld joined by welding
b. Scattered porosity is allowable d. Any member of a joint which has been welded
c. Weld all around e. A weld bead
d. Field weld
e. None of the above

16. Identify the correct welding symbol for the 19. Identify the correct welding symbol for the
desired weld. desired weld.
a. 1 a. 1
b. 2 b. 2
c. 3 c. 3
d. 4 d. 4
e. 5 e. 5

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## b. Double-J-groove weld, following by fillet weld all

20. Which of the following welds apply to lap around
joints? c. Double-bevel-groove weld, following by fillet
a. Projection weld all around on arrow side
b. Plug d. Double-flare-V-groove weld, followed by fillet
c. V-groove weld all around
d. All of the above e. None of the above
e. A and B above

## 24. To what type of welding does the above symbol

21. The welding symbol shown above indicates refer?
a. A square groove weld with melt-through a. Spot
b. An edge flange weld with backing b. Slot
c. A corner flange weld with backing c. Surfacing
d. An edge flange weld with melt-through d. Stud
e. None of the above e. Seam

22. Which of the following welds apply to T-joints? 25. Which of the following welds apply to corner
a. Fillet joints?
b. Braze a. Seam
c. Seam b. Fillet
d. Plug c. Plug
e. All of the above d. J-groove
e. All of the above

## 26. The tail of a welding symbol can be utilized for:

a. Denoting welding process requirements
b. Denoting welding procedure requirements
c. Denoting welding electrode requirements
d. All of the above
e. None of the above

## 27. For single bevel groove weld symbols the line of

the weld symbol running perpendicular to the
reference line appears:
23. What is required by the above symbol?
a. On the right
a. Double-V-groove weld, following by fillet weld
all around b. On the left
c. On either side, depending on company policy

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## d. On the side in which the straight side actually

appears in the joint
e. Does not matter

## 28. Arc blow can be caused by:

a. Magnetic field distortion
b. Improper ground location
c. Welding at the end of a joint
d. Welding corners
e. All of the above

## 29. If the weld symbol appears directly on the

reference line, it means:
a. Weld both sides
b. Weld arrow side first
c. Weld other side first
d. Weld has no side significance
e. None of the above

## 30. If no information appears to the left of a

groove weld symbol, this means:
a. No weld is required on that side
b. The weld is to be full penetration
c. The weld is to be continuous for the entire
length of the joint
d. No weld joint preparation is required
e. None of the above