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68 Multiple choice questions

1. Appendix B addresses what is to be done should...


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A.
No answer given

B.
Welder be unqualified or WPS is wrong.

C. Electrodes recommended to be used for different welding

D. SMAW. GTAW. GMAW. FCAW. SAW. SW. PAW. EGW.

E. Transferred and non-transferred arc.

2. Not recommended

A.
No answer given

B. A stands for what in table 4

C. What is not a requirement of inspection tasks of in-service welding?

D. PT is capable of detecting _____ discontinuities.

E.
FCAW is _____ for pressure containing welds

3. Lowest. Thinner. Overhead or out of position. Sidewall. Interpass.

A.
No answer given

B.
Modified short circuit improves on the short circuit mode by providing better _______, achieves ____ quality welds, capability to
complete ______ and ______ than GTAW with a low heat input without lack of fusion.

C. SMAW current is...

D. Actual throat

E.
Short circuiting has _____ range of welding currents and electrode diameters. The fast freezing weld pool is suitable for _____
sections, _____ passes and potential lack of _____ and _____ fusion can occur when welding thick sections.

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4. High purity welds. No post weld cleaning. Excellent control of root pass. Option of filler metal.

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of SW

C. Advantages of SAW

D.
Advantages of GTAW

E. Advantages of SMAW

5. Eight welding processes of interest.

A.
No answer given

B. Slow. Cleaning due to slag.

C. Low cost when CO2 used. High deposition rate.

D.
SMAW. GTAW. GMAW. FCAW. SAW. SW. PAW. EGW.

E. Welder be unqualified or WPS is wrong.

6. AC or DC. Although constant current power supply is preferred.

A.
No answer given

B.
SMAW current is...

C. Table 13 contains

D. Advantages of SMAW

E. Disadvantages of PAW

7. ACFM can be used through _____ to detect _____ breaking defects. Can only be used up to temps of _____F. Often use to monitor
existing cracks. True or false.

A.
No answer given

B. 20000

C.
Coatings. Surface. 900. True.

D. Owner. 578

E. 6. 24. 30.

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8. PAW

A.
No answer given

B.
Plasma Arc Welding

C. HAC. Burn through.

D. Applicable method

E. Usually not used

9. Advantages of EGW

A.
No answer given

B. High productivity rates compared to manual. All positions considered.

C.
Done in one pass. Very high deposition rates. Low distortion.

D. Only suitable for CS and low-alloy steels. Specialised.

E. Expensive. Larger torch than GTAW. Needs better control by the welder.

10. Flux gives good metallurgical benefits. Slag shapes the weld bead. Higher productivity rates. Tolerant to winds.

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of SW

C.
Advantages of FCAW

D. Advantages of PAW

E. Advantages of SAW

11. Disadvantages of globular mode.

A.
No answer given

B. Expensive. Larger torch than GTAW. Needs better control by the welder.

C. Can make high amperage. Weld not visible during welding. Equipment is costly. Limited to shop applications.

D.
Has a tendency to produce high heat resulting in a poor weld finish.

E. Costly and complex. Welding fumes. Slag. Slag can cause sites of corrosion. Backing material required for root passes.

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12. Disadvantages of GTAW

A.
No answer given

B. Expensive. Larger torch than GTAW. Needs better control by the welder.

C.
Good tolerance to misalignments. High welding rate and penetrating capability. Lower total heat input as its a focussed
arc.narrow welds.

D.
Slower than consumable electrodes. Low tolerance to contaminants on filler or base metal. Prone to wind.

E. Costly and complex. Welding fumes. Slag. Slag can cause sites of corrosion. Backing material required for root passes.

13. Poor toughness and expensive equipment. Lengthy set-up times. Vertical joints only. May need external shielding gas source.

A.
No answer given

B. Disadvantages of SW

C.
Disadvantages of EGW

D. Disadvantages of SAW

E. Advantages of PAW

14. Owner. 578

A.
No answer given

B.
For material ID it's the responsibility of the _____ to determine a written PMI program. Guidelines are found in API _____.

C. Plasma spray is also referred to as the ______ arc process

D. SW is a specialised process limited to _____ and _____ support pins to tanks, PVs and heater casings.

E. The PAW collimated arc is capable of reaching temperatures of ________F

15. If carbon steel's CE is greater than 0.43% an extra-low-hydrogen electrode Exxxx-____ should be used. Or if the metal is prone
to _____ such as cold worked pieces, high strength and highly constrained areas.

A.
No answer given

B.
H4. HAC

C. Flux Core Arc Welding

D. Sidewall and interpass fusion. X-ray. Open root. Faster.

E. Not recommended

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16. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

A.
No answer given

B. SAW

C. PAW

D.
GTAW

E. FCAW

17. Disadvantages of FCAW

A.
No answer given

B. Slower than consumable electrodes. Low tolerance to contaminants on filler or base metal. Prone to wind.

C. Can make high amperage. Weld not visible during welding. Equipment is costly. Limited to shop applications.

D. Expensive. Larger torch than GTAW. Needs better control by the welder.

E.
Costly and complex. Welding fumes. Slag. Slag can cause sites of corrosion. Backing material required for root passes.

18. What is the preferred power supply for GMAW?

A.
No answer given

B. Applicable method

C. Usually not used

D.
Constant voltage

E. Verifying welders qualifications.

19. Direct stream of drops. Short circuits don't occur so splatter is small.

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of globular mode

C.
Advantages of spray mode.

D. Advantages of SMAW

E. Advantages of SW

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20. EGW can use ____ or _____ electrode

A.
No answer given

B. Marginal applicability

C. Burn through and cracking.

D. Insulation. Refractory.

E.
Solid wire. Flux-cored.

21. To minimise burn through first pass must be less than ____in and made with a ____in or smaller diameter electrode. Weaving
should be avoided to limit _____

A.
No answer given

B.
1/4. 3/32. Heat input.

C. 20000

D. HAC. Burn through.

E. Insulation. Refractory.

22. Disadvantages of SAW

A.
No answer given

B.
Can make high amperage. Weld not visible during welding. Equipment is costly. Limited to shop applications.

C. Poor toughness and expensive equipment. Lengthy set-up times. Vertical joints only. May need external shielding gas source.

D. Slower than consumable electrodes. Low tolerance to contaminants on filler or base metal. Prone to wind.

E. Costly and complex. Welding fumes. Slag. Slag can cause sites of corrosion. Backing material required for root passes.

23. GTAW

A.
No answer given

B. Two types of PAW processes.

C.
What is heliarc welding?

D. O stands for what in table 4

E. What is not a requirement of inspection tasks of in-service welding?

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24. autogenous weld

A.
No answer given

B.
Fusion weld made without filler metal. Such as GTAW.

C. Flux gives good metallurgical benefits. Slag shapes the weld bead. Higher productivity rates. Tolerant to winds.

D. Direct stream of drops. Short circuits don't occur so splatter is small.

E. Only suitable for CS and low-alloy steels. Specialised.

25. Only suitable for CS and low-alloy steels. Specialised.

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of globular mode

C. Disadvantages of SAW

D. Advantages of EGW

E.
Disadvantages of SW

26. GMAW-S is limited by BPV code section IX limits this process by ... Requiring welders to qualify with ______rather than RT.
Limiting the base metal thickness qualified by procedure to ____x the test coupon for coupons less than _____in thick. Making
variable ______ an essential variable when qualifying the welder.

A.
No answer given

B. Semiautomatic, automatic and machine

C. Alternating current field measurement

D.
Mechanical testing. 1.1. 1/2. QW-409.2

E. Verifying welders qualifications.

27. Advantages of PAW

A.
No answer given

B. Poor toughness and expensive equipment. Lengthy set-up times. Vertical joints only. May need external shielding gas source.

C. Simple and inexpensive. Portable. Not prone to wind. Used on most metals.

D. Done in one pass. Very high deposition rates. Low distortion.

E.
Good tolerance to misalignments. High welding rate and penetrating capability. Lower total heat input as its a focussed
arc.narrow welds.

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28. FCAW

A.
No answer given

B. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

C. Gas Metal Arc Welding

D. Submerged Arc Welding

E.
Flux Core Arc Welding

29. Insulation. Refractory.

A.
No answer given

B. Low hydrogen electrodes reduces the risk of ____ and ____

C. EGW can use ____ or _____ electrode

D. Plasma spray is also referred to as the ______ arc process

E.
SW is a specialised process limited to _____ and _____ support pins to tanks, PVs and heater casings.

30. Weld cracking results from .... Cooling rates can be decreased by flowing ...

A.
No answer given

B. Lowest. Thinner. Overhead or out of position. Sidewall. Interpass.

C. High productivity rates compared to manual. All positions considered.

D.
Fast cooling rates. Crack susceptible base metal. Fluid through pipe.

E. Root. Hot. HAC. Burn through.

31. PT is capable of detecting _____ discontinuities.

A.
No answer given

B. Usually not used

C. Burn through and cracking.

D. Constant voltage

E.
Surface-connecting.

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32. SMAW

A.
No answer given

B.
Shielded Metal Arc Welding

C. Applicable method

D. Submerged Arc Welding

E. High metal deposition. Repetitive.

33. Table 2 and figure 11 give common types and locations of discontinuities within a

A.
No answer given

B. Fast cooling rates. Crack susceptible base metal. Fluid through pipe.

C.
Butt weld

D. Non-transferred

E. HAC. Burn through.

34. High deposition rates limit the mode to overhead and vertical positions.

A.
No answer given

B. Disadvantages of SAW

C. Disadvantages of SW

D.
Disadvantages of spray mode

E. Disadvantages of globular mode.

35. Cellulosic electrodes have adverse effects on weld integrity such as

A.
No answer given

B. API publication 2201

C. Welder be unqualified or WPS is wrong.

D.
Deep penetration. Highly diffusible

E. Root. Hot. HAC. Burn through.

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36. Hot tapping/in-service welding hazards

A.
No answer given

B.
Table 13 contains

C. Advantages of EGW

D. Advantages of SAW

E. Advantages of SMAW

37. No

A.
No answer given

B. Disadvantages of spray mode

C. Disadvantages of globular mode.

D. What is heliarc welding?

E.
Does GMAW have to be manual?

38. 20000

A.
No answer given

B.
The PAW collimated arc is capable of reaching temperatures of ________F

C. VT needs eye within ____ to ____in of the surface at an angle not less than to the surface.

D. What is not a requirement of inspection tasks of in-service welding?

E.
To minimise burn through first pass must be less than ____in and made with a ____in or smaller diameter electrode. Weaving should
be avoided to limit _____

39. ACFM

A.
No answer given

B. Submerged Arc Welding

C. Welder be unqualified or WPS is wrong.

D.
Alternating current field measurement

E. Electrogas Welding

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40. High productivity rates compared to manual. All positions considered.

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of spray mode.

C. Advantages of globular mode

D.
Advantages of SW

E. Advantages of SAW

41. Is pressure required for FCAW?

A.
No answer given

B. Solid wire. Flux-cored.

C. Constant voltage

D.
No

E. API publication 2201

42. Semiautomatic, automatic and machine

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of SAW

C. Two types of PAW processes.

D.
3 modes of SAW

E. Advantages of SMAW

43. Simple and inexpensive. Portable. Not prone to wind. Used on most metals.

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of GTAW

C. Advantages of FCAW

D.
Advantages of SMAW

E. Advantages of spray mode.

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44. What determines the GMAW made (5)?

A.
No answer given

B. Short-circuiting. Globular. Spray. Pulsed transfer.

C.
Welding current. Electrode diameter. Electrode composition. Electrode extension or contact tube-to-work distance.
Shielding has.

D. Slower than consumable electrodes. Low tolerance to contaminants on filler or base metal. Prone to wind.

E. Costly and complex. Welding fumes. Slag. Slag can cause sites of corrosion. Backing material required for root passes.

45. Two types of PAW processes.

A.
No answer given

B. Direct stream of drops. Short circuits don't occur so splatter is small.

C.
Transferred and non-transferred arc.

D. SMAW. GTAW. GMAW. FCAW. SAW. SW. PAW. EGW.

E. High metal deposition. Repetitive.

46. What (4) modes are used for GMAW?

A.
No answer given

B. Verifying welders qualifications.

C. AC or DC. Although constant current power supply is preferred.

D.
Welding current. Electrode diameter. Electrode composition. Electrode extension or contact tube-to-work distance. Shielding
has.

E.
Short-circuiting. Globular. Spray. Pulsed transfer.

47. Cellulosic can be used for ___ and ___ passes but are prone to ____ and ____

A.
No answer given

B. Verifying welders qualifications.

C. Deep penetration. Highly diffusible

D. Insulation. Refractory.

E.
Root. Hot. HAC. Burn through.

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48. Slow. Cleaning due to slag.

A.
No answer given

B. Disadvantages of EGW

C. Disadvantages of GTAW

D. Disadvantages of PAW

E.
Disadvantages of SMAW

49. U stands for what in table 5

A.
No answer given

B. Non-transferred

C. Applicable method

D.
Usually not used

E. Marginal applicability

50. Electrodes recommended to be used for different welding

A.
No answer given

B. Advantages of FCAW

C.
Appendix D

D. Advantages of SAW

E. Disadvantages of SW

51. A stands for what in table 4

A.
No answer given

B. Solid wire. Flux-cored.

C. Transferred and non-transferred arc.

D. High metal deposition. Repetitive.

E.
Applicable method

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52. Gas Metal Arc Welding

A.
No answer given

B.
GMAW

C. PAW

D. ACFM

E. SAW

53. Advantages of globular mode

A.
No answer given

B. Direct stream of drops. Short circuits don't occur so splatter is small.

C. Done in one pass. Very high deposition rates. Low distortion.

D.
Low cost when CO2 used. High deposition rate.

E. High purity welds. No post weld cleaning. Excellent control of root pass. Option of filler metal.

54. Non-transferred

A.
No answer given

B. What is the preferred power supply for GMAW?

C.
Plasma spray is also referred to as the ______ arc process

D. Appendix B addresses what is to be done should...

E. Two types of PAW processes.

55. Burn through and cracking.

A.
No answer given

B. EGW can use ____ or _____ electrode

C. Cellulosic can be used for ___ and ___ passes but are prone to ____ and ____

D.
Two primary concerns of in-service welding

E. Low hydrogen electrodes reduces the risk of ____ and ____

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56. Verifying welders qualifications.

A.
No answer given

B. Cellulosic electrodes have adverse effects on weld integrity such as

C. What (4) modes are used for GMAW?

D. What is the preferred power supply for GMAW?

E.
What is not a requirement of inspection tasks of in-service welding?

57. 6. 24. 30.

A.
No answer given

B. SW is a specialised process limited to _____ and _____ support pins to tanks, PVs and heater casings.

C. The PAW collimated arc is capable of reaching temperatures of ________F

D.
To minimise burn through first pass must be less than ____in and made with a ____in or smaller diameter electrode. Weaving should
be avoided to limit _____

E.
VT needs eye within ____ to ____in of the surface at an angle not less than to the surface.

58. Is pressure required for GMAW like it is for SMAW?

A.
No answer given

B. Non-transferred

C. GTAW

D.
No

E. Solid wire. Flux-cored.

59. API publication 2201

A.
No answer given

B. O stands for what in table 4

C. Disadvantages of SMAW

D. Disadvantages of spray mode

E.
In-service welding standard

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60. Advantages of SAW

A.
No answer given

B. Low cost when CO2 used. High deposition rate.

C.
High metal deposition. Repetitive.

D. High purity welds. No post weld cleaning. Excellent control of root pass. Option of filler metal.

E. High productivity rates compared to manual. All positions considered.

61. Actual throat

A.
No answer given

B.
The shortest distance between weld root and the face of a fillet weld.

C. High purity welds. No post weld cleaning. Excellent control of root pass. Option of filler metal.

D. Only suitable for CS and low-alloy steels. Specialised.

E. Simple and inexpensive. Portable. Not prone to wind. Used on most metals.

62. Expensive. Larger torch than GTAW. Needs better control by the welder.

A.
No answer given

B. Disadvantages of SAW

C. Disadvantages of GTAW

D. Disadvantages of globular mode.

E.
Disadvantages of PAW

63. O stands for what in table 4

A.
No answer given

B. High metal deposition. Repetitive.

C. Gas Metal Arc Welding

D.
Marginal applicability

E. API publication 2201

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64. HAC. Burn through.

A.
No answer given

B. What is not a requirement of inspection tasks of in-service welding?

C. PT is capable of detecting _____ discontinuities.

D. Cellulosic electrodes have adverse effects on weld integrity such as

E.
Low hydrogen electrodes reduces the risk of ____ and ____

65. Submerged Arc Welding

A.
No answer given

B. FCAW

C. GMAW

D. SW

E.
SAW

66. Electrogas Welding

A.
No answer given

B.
EGW

C. SAW

D. GMAW

E. EGW can use ____ or _____ electrode

67. SW

A.
No answer given

B. Submerged Arc Welding

C. Flux Core Arc Welding

D. Electrogas Welding

E.
Stud Welding

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68. Sidewall and interpass fusion. X-ray. Open root. Faster.

A.
No answer given

B.
Modified short circuit improves on the short circuit mode by providing better _______, achieves ____ quality welds, capability
to complete ______ and ______ than GTAW with a low heat input without lack of fusion.

C. Weld cracking results from .... Cooling rates can be decreased by flowing ...

D. Advantages of SMAW

E.
If carbon steel's CE is greater than 0.43% an extra-low-hydrogen electrode Exxxx-____ should be used. Or if the metal is prone to
_____ such as cold worked pieces, high strength and highly constrained areas.

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