A. an arc strike
B. slag inclusion
C. arc blow
D. tungsten deposit
A. Automatically makes one a welding inspector.
B. The same as required for an AWS CWI.
C. Consistent with an AWS CWI.
D. Not a replacement for AWS CWI training
A. Reducing travel speed
B. Proper heat input.
C. Controlling ferrite content.
D. All of the above.
A. Quality Assurance.
B. ISO 9000.
C. Quality Process.
D. ISO 11000.
A. constant current power supply
B. current inverting power supply
C. constant voltage power supply
D. linear voltage power supply
A. Confirm NDE examiners qualifications.
B. Review WPS, PQR and WPQ’s.
C. Confirm acceptability of heat treatment procedures.
D. All of the above should be checked prior to welding.
B. API 570.
C. ASME XII.
D. API 510.
A. Can be used on almost all commonly-used metal or alloy.
B. Slag must be removed from weld passes.
C. Equipment is very expensive.
D. Deposition rates are much higher than for other process.
A. Radiographed to determine extent.
B. Evaluated to API 580 acceptance criteria.
C. Shearwave tested.
D. Removed and re-inspected.
A. The first lot of 7018 electrodes produced that month at the plant.
B. The electrodes are certified to be moisture free.
C. The 1 determines the position of welding recommended for this electrode
D. First quality electrode according to the Section IX.
A. cv power supplies.
B. cc power supplies
C. Flux cored electrodes.
D. External gas shielding.
B. Short circuiting.
A. A gas is used for shielding.
B. It can be automated.
C. The arc is not visible during welding.
D. It is not an arc welding process.
A. Lower deposition than GTAW.
B. Slower than GTAW or SMAW
C. Slag removal.
D. Lack of fusion problems because of short arcing.
A. Usability characteristics
D. Flux coating.
A. Cellulose coated.
B. High nickel.
C. Low hydrogen.
D. GMAW rod.
A. 2 year.
B. 3 month.
C. One year.
D. Six month.
A. In the base metal.
B. At the weld interface
C. In the weld metal.
D. At the root of the weld, only.
A. Re-baked in the storage oven.
B. Used “as is”.
D. Re-baked in special ovens.
A. In the throat of the weld.
B. In the HAZ.
C. In the weld root.
D. In the weld face.
A. ASNT Level IV.
B. ASNT Level III.
C. ASNT Level I.
D. ASNT Level II.