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Q.1) whatis the arc enegyfor the followingweldingprocessparameters?
0.7 KJ/m m 0.6K J/m m 0.01K J/mm 0.7K J/m m
In an all weld metal tensile test, the originaltest specimensgaugelengthof 50mmafter testingthe gaugeincreasedto 72mm,whatis the elongation percentage?
4 4 % 1 4 4 % 6 9 . 4 % 2 . 2 7 % The elongation is not normally tested in this test
Q.3) Whatis the ratio betweenthe leg lengthanddesignthroatthicknesson mitrefillet weldwith equal leg lengths?
1 t o 1 2 t o 1 1.41 4 to 1 All of the above it depend upon the leg length size
Q.4) Thetoughnessand yield strengthof steel is reducedby:
Reducing the grain size Increasing the heat input
8) An MMAelectrodeclassifiedas E7018is : A basic low hydrogen electrode containing iron powder A rutile electrode containing iron powder A cellulose electrode suitable for welding in all positions A basic electrode depositing weld metal with yield strength af a least 70. D. B. Reducing the heat input both a and b Q.C. C.000 psi Both a and d A. Q. E. B.5) Whichof the followingstatmentsis true if applicableto a charpyvee notchimpacttest? It's destructive test used to assess material ductility in the weld zone It's a mechanical test used to determine a welds resistance to creep It's destructive test. B.6) Hawcanyoutell the diffrencebetweenan EN/ISOweldsymboland a BSweldsymbol? The EN/ISO weld symbol will always have the arrow side weld at the top of the reference line The EN/ISO weld symbol has the welds elementary symbol placed on a dached line lying above or below the solid reference line to indicate a weld on the other side The EN/ISO weld symbol has a fillet weld leg length identified by the letter "a" The EN/ISO weld symbol has a fillet weld throat thickness identified by the letter "z" both b and d A.entrapped hydrogen and low hardness High hardness. which is used to give a measure of notch toughness It's a static test used to determine material toughness in the notch region both a and c A. Q.accordingto ISO 2553what doesnumberindicate? The welding process is stated as MMA The welding process is stated as TIG The welding process is stated as SAW NDT is to e carried out after welding None of the A. B. C. E. D. D. D. D. C.7) Whatis the possibleeffect of havingthe heat inputtoo low duringwelding? Low toughness. B. D.9) The number135 is placedat the end of the referenceline on a weldsymbol. C. Q. E. Q.lack of fusion and entrapped hydrogen Entrapped hydrogen . E. C. .low toughness and high ductility Lack of fusion .low toughness and reduction in ductility A.
Q. C. E. D. D. C. D. Q.10) Wichof the followingis the mostlikely to be consideredan essentialvariablefor a weldequalificationtest? A change from an electrode classified to BS EN 499 as an E46 3 INI B to an electrode classified to AWS A5. D.6-3. E. B. B.6mm diameter) it allow full control over droplet size in the spray transfer mode A.above Q.13) The inclusionthe rate an inductancein the weldingcircuit whenusingMIG/MAGweldingprocessis to : control the rate of spatter in the dip transfer mode it enable the welder to weld in position with the spray transfer mode it allows for thicker filler wires to be used(2. B.12) Wihichof the followingundertypicalconditionsusingthe MMAweldingprocesswouldgive the deepestpenetration? D C v e D C + v e A C Both a and b A.14) An undesirablepropertyof aluminiumoxideresidue. Q. C. C. C. B. D.whenweldingis that it: decreases weld pool fluidity requires more heat to melt it when compared to aluminium Causes the welder to travel to quickly The presence of the oxide makes aluminium impossible to weld A.11) Whatwouldbe a typicalappearanceof a dutile fracturesurface? Rough randomly torn and a reduction in area Smooth fracture surface displaying beach marks Step like appearance Bright crystalline fracture with very little reduction in area Both a and b A. B.1 as an E7018 A change of pipe wall thickness by at least 15 mm A change in pre-heat temperature from 50°C to 100°C A change from PC welding position to PA welding position all of the above A. Q. .
D. B.Q.17) Whenconsideringthermalcuttinglocal hardeningcan be reducedby: Increasing the cutting speed The use propane as a fuel gas Pre heating the material to be cut all of the above A.16) Whenconsideringthe tungstenarc weldingprocesswhat is the purposeof the downslope(slope-out)control? Ensure good penetration To prevent the arc striking on the parent material To help prevent the formation of crater pipe and possible cracking To help prevent tungstan inclusion during welding A.20) Whenconsideringthe MIG/MAGweldingprocesswhichof the followingmetal transfermodeswouldbe the best suitedto the weldingof thick platesover25mm. B. Q. Q. D. D.whichof the followingshieldinggas/gasmixtureswouldnormallygive the deepest penetrationon steel? 100% argon 100% CO2 75% argon +25% CO2 All of the above would give the same depth in penetration A. Q. E. B. C. D. B.varies the arc gap a a n d b All of the above A. C.whichof the following problemsare likely to occur? Copper inclusion and excessive cap heights Excessive root penetration and porosity Slag inclusion and crater pipe Lack of fusion and poor cap profiles A.15) Whenweldingwith the MIGweldingprocessusingpure argonas the sheildinggas on carbonsteel . C. Q.19) In a MMAweldigprocess. .which remains almost constan even if as usual the welder .which remains almost constan even if as usual the welder . Q.18) In a samiautomaticwldingprocess. D. C.whichof followingstatmentsare false? An arc gap.which remains almost constant even if as usual the welder varies the position of the electrode A voltage . B. C.varies the arc gap A current .flatweldingposition: Dip A.
B. C. Chro miu .B. C.23) Pre heat prior to the weldingof a carbonsteel but weld: Must always be carried out Is always carried out using a gas flame Need not be carried out if post weld heat treatment is to follow None of the above A.22) Whenconsideringhydrogen. D. D. D.whichof the followingweldingprocesswouldproducethe lowestlevelsin the completedweld (undercontrolledconditions)? M M A S A W T I G F C A W A. B. Q. C. Q. D C + v e A C All of the above Q. B. D. C.21) Whichof the followingcurrenttypeswouldyou expectto be usedfor the weldingof aluminiumwith the TIG weldingprocess? D C v e A. transf er Pulse transfer Spray transfer globular transfer Q.24) In steel the elementwith the greatesteffect on hardnessis : A.
D. D. D.current .stick out length. Q.26) Whichof the followingbest describesa sami-autimaticweldingprocess? The welder is responsible for the maintaining the arc gap and travel speed The welder is responsible for travel speed only.arc gap is kept constant by the welding plant Both travel speed and arc gap is controlled by the welding plant All of above A.WFS. C.25) For a givenvoltageand currentsettingon a MMAweldingplant.gas flow rate. B. B. C.B.29) The mainusageof the arc air processis : The cutting of a weld preparation The removal of defective weld A. Q.joint set-up . whichof the will be most affected? The current will increase The current will decrease The voltage will decrease The voltage will increase A.27) Whatis purposeof rectifier in weldingsets electricalcircuit? To keep the arc stable when using low current settings To convert AC current to DC current To convert DC current to AC current To initiate arc at start up A. B. m Mang anese C ar b o n N i c k e l Q.gas flow rate and WFS Check. . C. B. B.volts and wire diameter Check. Q. whenthe arc lengthis shortend. C.28) Whencalibratinga mechanisedMAGweldingplant .WFS and current All of the above A.WFS. D. Q. D.whichof the followingapplies(WFS=wirefeedspeed)? Check. C.
Q. B.whatwouldthe mainresonwhy? Because of the additional cost incurred The wire would have been too thick Weld metals composition would be incorrect The welder would not be qualified A.30) Whichof followingfillet weldedtee joints wouldhavethe highestresistanceto fatiguefractures. D.35) whichof followingwouldbe considereda typical heat input readingwith the MIG/MAGweldingprocess? A. Q. Q. D.32) The mainreasonfor grindingthe cappingpassesflushis: To increase fatigue life To increase the chances of fatigue cracking To improve visual appearance To reduce the components weight A.33) Duplexstainlesssteel can be somtimesreferredto as: Martensitic stainless steel Ferritic/austenitic stainless steel 316L stainless steel All of the above A. C. D. C. D. D. Q. B.C.2K J/m .34) Weldcenterline longitudinalcracksin weldedbutt jointsmayhaveresultedfromwhichof the following? solidification problems Hydrogen entrapment poor welder skill Both a and b A.assumingmaterial. D. B. For the cutting of non-ferrous materials only For the cutting of ferrous materials only Q.youwouldcertainly reportthis issueand file a non-conformancereport .filler materialto be the same? A convex fillet weld throat thickness 8mm A mitre fillet weld throat thickness 8mm A concave fillet weld throat thickness 6mm Both a and b (throat thicknesses dimension the same) A. 1. B.welding process. Q. C. C. C. B.31) YounoticeTIG weldingbeingcarriedout usingMMAelectrodestripedof flux beingusedas filler wires.
Travel speed V olt a g e C ur re nt Arc lengt h Q. C.5mm. C.5 KJ/m m Q.38) Youare the only weldinginspectionon a crosscountrygas supplypiplineproject. B. B. C. m 12K J/m m 1.B.39) Whichof the followingus the best whyto identify hydrogencontrolledelectrodesfor the MMAweldingprocess? The colour of the flux covering A.2 Joules /mm 6. . Q. D. D. D.36) Duringthe visual inspectionof a fillet weldwith evenlengthsof 15mm.thethroatthicknessis measuredat 8.whatis the fillet weldsprofile? C o nv ex M i t r e Co nca ve Both a and b A. Q. C. B. D.whichof the followingwelding/fabrication stageswouldyou considerthe mostimportantstagefor your closestscrutiny? Fit-up and root pass welding Post weld cleaning Fillers and capping pass welding radiog raphy A.37) whichof followingweldingparametersare the most difficult to controlduringthe weldingoperationusinga manualarc weldingprocess? A.
D. E. The electrodes classification code on box The electrodes classification code on stamped on to the electrode The electrode trade/manufacturers name All of the above .B. C.
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