Materials And Processes

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Materials and Processes

  
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1.  Why is it considered good practice to normalize a part after welding?
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2.  Alclad is a metal consisting of 
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3.  Which material cannot be heat treated repeatedly without harmful effects?
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4.  Which heat-treating process of metal produces a hard wear-resistant surface over a strong, tough core?
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5.  The reheating of a heat treated metal, such as with a welding torch
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6.  Parts are rinsed thoroughly in hot water after they have been heat treated in a sodium and potassium nitrite bath to
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7.  What aluminum alloy designations indicate that the metal has recieved no hardening or tempering treatment?
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8.  Why is steel tempered after being hardened?
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9.  The core material of Alclad 2024-T4 is
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10.  In the four-digit aluminum index system number 2024, the first digit indicates 
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11.  Which of the following occurs when a mechanical force is repeatedly applied to most metals at room temperature, such as rolling, hammering, or bending?
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12.  Which heat-treating operation would be performed when the surface of the metal is changed chemically by introducing a high carbide or nitride content?
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13.  What is generally used in the construction of aircraft engine firewalls?
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14.  What is descriptive of the annealing process of steel during and after it has been annealed?
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15.  The aluminum code number 1100 identifies what type of aluminum?
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16.  The SAE and the American Iron and Steel Institute use a numerical index system to identify the compostion of various steels. In the number "4130", designating Chromium Molybdenum steel, the first digit indicates the
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17.  Normalizing is a process of heat treating
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18.  Which of the following descirbe the effects of annealing steel and aluminum alloys?
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