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Which of the following is anodic with respect to carbon steel when in a seawater electrolyte? A. B. C. D. Magnesium Copper Stainless steel Titanium
Carbon steel will generally corrode if it is electrically connected in the presence of a suitable electrolyte with A. B. C. D. copper. zinc. magnesium. aluminum.
New steel is not homogenous and contains A. B. C. D. anodes, cathodes, and electrolyte. electrolyte, conductors and anodes. anodes, cathodes and a metallic conductor. anodes, cathodes, metallic conductor and electrolytes.
Inert gases may be placed in confined spaces to reduce or prevent corrosion. A. B. True False
Corrosion will generally NOT occur on a steel substrate when A. B. C. D. it is cool. there is no moisture. the steel is completely immersed. the temperature is 720F or above.
January 13, 2004
II. B. II and III 8. D. increasing the rate of corrosion. scratch. have better chemical resistance.6. C. B. II and III January 13. or other discontinuity of a coating film may be affected by I. have a higher solids content. C. B. Use of an incorrect thinner may cause a coating to A. D. 2004 . I only I and II only II and III only I. supplying inhibitors to passivate the metal surface. C. 7. acting as cathodes. sacrificing themselves to protect the steel substrate. I only II only I and II only I. 9. B. A. change color. preventing electrolyte from contacting the metal surface. increasing the speed of the electrolyte. have poor spray characteristics. D. Coatings can control corrosion of steel by I. Chemical salts dissolved in an electrolyte generally contribute to corrosion by A. D. II. III. The rate of corrosion occurring at a hole. C. the presence of an electrolyte adherent mill scale on the substrate the anode being in contact with the atmosphere A. acting as anodes. III.
D. B. binder. impermeable. I only II only I. D. Solvents are added to coating formulations to A. III. are not effected by water. binder and pigment. B. up to the contractor. C. dissolve binder and form liquid coating. 2004 . II and III II and III only 11. permeable by water or water vapor. A. 12. decrease film permeability.10. crucial to the successful outcome of the project. II. C. solvent only. D. increase film permeability. C. January 13. solvent. not important as long as they all get done. D. 13. Most organic coatings are A. provide color. The required sequence of work within a specification on a project is A. and liquid additives. B. B. impermeable for a given period of time. determined at the pre-job conference. The vehicle of a coating consists of I. C.
size but not the type of abrasive used. II and III only 15. B. color of the abrasive. II & IV only II. C. Which items are the basic principles in documentation by the inspector? I. 2004 . Reports should be signed IV. cost of the abrasive used. III and IV I. B. D. A. inspector's opinion of the contractor. C. D. description of equipment and manpower.14. III & IV January 13. B. Coatings application A. II. II and III 17. II. C. III & IV only I. Inspection reports should include which of the following? I. B. explanation of work stoppages. II & III only I. D. Environmental conditions II. II. Details of surface cleaning and materials III. Inspection reports should address the A. No blank spaces III. C. Reports written in ink II. III only III and IV only I. I only I & II only II and III only I. IV. size and type of abrasive used. III. ambient conditions. I. 16. A typical daily report will include I. D. Reports must be printed A.
To aid in arbitration between the contractor and client To help in cases of a coating failure A. application procedures. True False January 13. D. III and IV only 19. 2004 . B. I and III only II & III only I & IV only II. is not important. cleaning operations. D. III. safety procedures. By the contractor to estimate the amount of work done that day To provide continuity between inspectors. IV. B. A. 21. C. should be settled during the pre-job conference. should be determined by the painting contractor. II. D. A. The coating inspector should act as recording secretary during the pre-job meeting. B. should not be an issue.18. III only I and II only I and III only I. The inspector's method of marking defects A. III. Inspector's daily reports are used for which of the following? I. II and III 20. C. II. C. B. A pre-job conference is helpful for reviewing I.
I and II only I and III only I. I. A. leave the job site. read and understand the specification. ignore the situation. with the specification writer. attend the pre-job conference. II. & III Only I & II Only III & IV Only I & IV Only 25. 2004 . A. be given a copy of the pre-job minutes.22. The coating contractor’s questions about enforcing the coating specification should best be brought up A. listen to the opinions of others. II and III III only 24. B. C. D. II. win the argument. the coating inspector needs to A. B. C. In case of conflict or a difference of opinion. the coating inspector should I. III. D. attend the pre-bid meeting. at the pre-job conference. C. walk through the work site. B. B. C. All bidders on a coating job should I. D. II. 23. identify problems with the specification. January 13. with the coating manufacturer. be allowed a walk-through of the project. to the inspector. D. III. IV. Before attending a pre-job conference.