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(Welding, Soldering & Brazing)

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Acetylene gas if ignited, the result is


(a) Blue, smoky flame with low temperature
(b) Yellow, smoky flame with a low temperature
(c) Bluish green, smoky flame with a low temperature
When acetylene gas is mixed with oxygen in the proper proportions and ignited, the result is
a
(a) Blue-white flame with temperature 3000 F
(b) Yellow-white flame with temperature 2500 F
(c) Blue-white flame with temperature range 5700 F to 6300 F
(d) All the above
Acetone is capable of absorbing approximately _________ times its own volume of acetylene
gas
(a) 20
(b) 25
(c) 30
(d) 35
The size of acetylene cylinder is usually
(a) 10 inch diameter and 30 inch long
(b) 12 inch diameter and 30 inch long
(c) 12 inch diameter and 36 inch long
(d) 36 inch diameter and 12 inch long
A fully charged acetylene cylinder contain _________ of gas.
(a) 200 cu ft
(b) 225 cu ft
(c) 250 cu ft
(d) 300 cu ft
Which are three general types of welding
(a) Butt, spot and seam welding
(b) Gas welding, electric arc welding, electric resistance welding
(c) Metallic arc welding, carbon arc welding, atomic arc welding
Welding joints offers ___________
(a) Rigidity
(b) Low weight
(c) High strength
(d) All the above
Which welding accomplishes by heating the ends or edges of metal parts to a molten state
with high temperature
(a) Gas welding
(b) Electric arc welding
(c) Electric resistance welding
The oxygen cylinder used in welding operation are made of
(a) Mild carbon steel
(b) Seamed steel
(c) Seamless steel
(d) Carbon steel
A small oxygen cylinder holds ________ of oxygen at _______ pressure.
(a) 200 cu. ft, 1800 psi
(b) 250 cu. ft, 2265 psi
(c) 200 cu. ft. 1000 psi
(d) 250 cu. ft, 2000 psi
Oxygen cylinder are usually painted
(a) Blue
(b) Red
(c) Green/Black
(d) White
What is commonly used lubricant for oxygen equipment and fitting
(a) Grease
(b) Bees wax
(c) Oil
(d) None
The oxygen regulation has a
(a) Right hand thread
(b) Left hand thread
(c) Right and left hand thread
(d) All the above
Acetylene regulator has a
(a) Right-hand thread
(b) Left hand thread
(c) Right or left hand thread
(d) All the above
Which unit used to mix the oxygen and acetylene together in correct proportion
(a) Regulator
(b) Welding torch
(c) Cylinder
Soft soldering should be used where
(a) Leak proof joint is desired
(b) For fitting joints to promote rigidity
(c) To prevent corrosion
(d) All the above
Soft soldering is generally performed only in
(a) Very minor repair jobs
(b) To join electrical connections
(c) It forms a strong union with low electrical resistance
(d) All the above

Q. 18 Soft solders are chiefly alloy of


(a) Tin and lead
(b) Tin and copper
(c) Copper and zinc
Q. 19 What is half and half solder
(a) It contain unequal amount of tin and lead
(b) It contains equal proportions of tin and lead and melts at approximately 350 F
(c) It contain equal proportions of tin and lead and melts at approximately 360 F
(d) All the above
Q. 20 Which type of welding torch is designed to operate with very low acetylene pressure as
compared to the oxygen pressure
(a) The injector type torch
(b) Pressure type
(c) The balanced pressure type
(d) All the above
Q. 21 A narrow passage way or nozzle with in the torch called
(a) Regulator
(b) Injector
(c) Injection
(d) Reduction
Q. 22 The oxygen and acetylene are both fed to the torch at the same pressure, in which type of
torch
(a) The injector type
(b) Pressure type
(c) The balanced pressure torch
(d) All the above
Q. 23 The size of tip opening, in turn, determines the
(a) Amount of heat applied to the work
(b) Amount of pressure applied to the work
(c) Amount of weld applied to the work
Q. 24 If a tip which is too small is used then
(a) Heat will be too great
(b) Provide sufficient penetration
(c) The heat provided will be insufficient to produce penetration to the proper
depth
(d) All the above
Q. 25 The process of joining metal by fusing the materials while they are in a plastic or molten
state is known as
(a) Welding
(b) Brazing
(c) Soldering
Q. 26 A continuous air tight weld can be obtained by using
(a) Butt welding
(b) Seam welding
(c) Electric arc welding
Q. 27 Acetylene gas can be produced by
(a) Calcium carbide + water
(b) Calcium + water
(c) Calcium monotrate + water
Q. 28 A number two tip is made with an orifice of approximately ___________ diameter.
(a) 0.004 inch
(b) 0.040 inch
(c) 0.400 inch
(d) 0.044 inch
Q. 29 The diameter of the tip orifice is related to
(a) The volume of heat it will deliver
(b) The volume of pressure it will deliver
(c) The volume of penetration it will deliver
Q. 30 Torch tips are made of
(a) Tin and lead
(b) Copper or copper alloys
(c) CRS
(d) Bronze
Q. 31 A split or distorted flame is an indication of a
(a) Open tip
(b) Close tip
(c) Clogged tip
(d) Slag
Q. 32 Torch tip should be cleaned with
(a) The proper size tip cleaners
(b) A piece of copper wire
(c) A piece of soft brass wire
(d) All the above
Q. 33 To remove oxides from the outside of the tip, what is to be used
(a) Fine steel wool
(b) Copper wire
(c) Soft brass wire
(d) All the above
Q. 34 Welding rods may be classified as
(a) Ferrous
(b) Nonferrous
(c) Both (a) or (b)
(d) Only (b) is correct
Q. 35 The ferrous welding rods include
(a) Carbon
(b) Alloy steel rods
(c) Cast-iron rods
(d) All the above

Q. 36 The non ferrous welding rods include


(a) Bronze rods
(b) Al and Al alloy rods
(c) Copper rods, silver rods, magnesium alloy rods
(d) All the above
Q. 37 Welding rods are manufactured in
(a) 36 inch length and in diameter from inch to 3/8 inch
(b) 36 in length and in diameter from 1/16 inch to 3/8 inch
(c) 24 inch length and in diameter from 1/16 inch to 3/8 inch
Q. 38 If the welding rod is too small
(a) It will chill the puddle
(b) It will not conduct heat away from the puddle rapidly enough
(c) As in (b), a burred weld will result
(d) All the above
Q. 39 If the welding rod is too large
(a) It will chill the puddle
(b) It will not conduct heat
(c) It will give burned weld
(d) None
Q. 40 Which type of hose connection to be used with acetylene equipment
(a) Blue or green
(b) Red or maroon
(c) Green or black
Q. 41 Which type of hose connection to be used with oxygen equipment
(a) Blue or green
(b) Red or maroon
(c) Green or black
Q. 42 Which flame to be used when welding chrome molybdenum
(a) Oxidizing flame
(b) Soft neutral flame
(c) Carburizing flame
Q. 43 For welding stainless steel which flame is recommended
(a) Oxidizing flame
(b) Neutral flame
(c) Slightly carburizing flame
(d) All the above
Q. 44 Which flame is generally be used to weld aluminum alloys.
(a) Neutral flame
(b) Oxidizing flame
(c) Reducing flame
Q. 45 Which welding mainly used for welding low carbon and low-alloy steel
(a) Metallic arc welding
(b) Brazing
(c) Soft soldering
(d) Hard soldering
Q. 46 The oxidizing flame can be recognized by
(a) Short pointed, bluish white central cone
(b) Long pointed, bluish white central cone
(c) Greenish white
Q. 47 Gas cylinder should be stored in the ________ in well ventilated rooms.
(a) Up right position
(b) Down left position
(c) Up left position
(d) Down right position
Q. 48 What are the common types of flames used for welding
(a) Neutral
(b) Reducing or carburizing
(c) Oxidizing
(d All the above)
Q. 49 The reducing or carburizing flame can be recognized by
(a) Blue with a purple tings at the point
(b) Greenish-white
(c) Bluish-white
Q. 50 Forehand welding is the technique of
(a) Pointing the torch flame forward in the direction in which the weld is
progressing
(b) Pointing the torch flame toward the finished weld
(c) As in (b) moving away in the direction of the un-welded area
(d) All the above
Q. 51 Backhand welding is the technique of
(a) Pointing the torch flame forward in the direction in which the weld is progressing
(b) Pointing the torch flame toward the finished weld
(c) As in (b) moving away in the direction of the un-welded area
(d) All the above

Q. 52 Welding is done in the flat position, when the material can be laid
(a) Flat
(b) Vertical

(c) As in (a) inclined at an angle of less than 45 and welded on the topside
(d) As in (b) inclined at an angle of less than 60 and welded on the bottom side
Q. 53 Welding is done in the horizontal position when the line of weld run horizontally across a
piece of work. The flame is inclined ________ at an angle of from ________.
(a) Upward, 45 to 60
(b) Downward, 40 to 50
(c) Sidewise, 60 to 70
(d) All the above
Q. 54 What are the types of welded joints
(a) Butt joint, tee joint
(b) Lap joint
(c) Corner joint, edge joint
(d) All the above
Q. 55 The flanged butt joint can be used in welding
(a) Thin sheet
(b) Thick sheet
(c) As in (a) 1/16 in or less
(d) As in (b) 1/16 in or less
Q. 56 A plain butt joint weld is used for metal from ________ thickness.
(a) 1/16 inch to 1/8 inch
(b) 1/8 to 2/16 inch
(c) 3/16 inch to 3/32 inch
Q. 57 When two pieces of sheet metal must be fastened together and load stresses are not
important, which joint is used
(a) Tee joint
(b) Edge joint
(c) Corner joint
(d) Lap joint
Q. 58 Low strength welds are generally the result of
(a) Insufficient penetration
(b) Trapped oxides
(c) Gas pockets in the weld
(d) All the above
Q. 59 Cadmium plating can be chemically removed by dipping the edges to be welded in a mixture
of
(a) 1 lb. of ammonium nitrate and 1gallon of water
(b) 1 lb. of sodium nitrate and 1 gallon of water
(c) 1 lb. of magnesium nitrate and 1 gallon of water
(d) All the above
Q. 60 The most effective method for removing rust or scale from steel parts is
(a) Gas welding
(b) Heat treatment
(c) Grit blasting
(d) None
Q. 61 The neutral flame is distinghished by
(a) Well-rounded, smooth
(b) White central cone at the end of the tip
(c) The envelop flame is blue with a purple tinge at the point and edges
(d) All the above
Q. 62 Which flame is used when welding brass or broze
(a) Neutral flame
(b) Reducing flame
(c) Oxidizing flame
(d) All the above
Q. 63 The oxidizing flame has a
(a) Pointed inner cone
(b) Luminous inner cone
(c) White streams cone
Q. 64 It is momentary back ward flow of the gases at the torch tip, which causes the flame to go
out is known as
(a) Flash back
(b) Back fire
(c) Neutral fire
Q. 65 A backfire may be caused by
(a) Touching the tip against the work
(b) Overheating the tip
(c) A loose tip
(d) All the above
Q. 66 A flash-back may be caused by
(a) Loose connections
(b) Improper pressure
(c) Over heating of the torch
(d) All the above
Q. 67 Electric arc welding is a
(a) Fusion process
(b) Bonding process
(c) As in (a) generating heat with an electric arc
(d) As in (c) jumping an air gap to complete an electric circuit

Q. 68 What are the advantages of gas-shielded arc welding


(a) Weld is strong, more ductile and more corrosion resistant
(b) Welding of nonferrous metal does not require the use of flux
(c) This eliminates the possibility of gas pockets or slag inclusions
(d) All the above
Q. 69 What is to be used to provide the arc for welding in TIG
(a) Non-consumable tungsten electrode
(b) Consumable
(c) Crater to be used
(d) All the above
Q. 70 Plasma welding is a process which utilizes
(a) Central core of extreme temperature
(b) Surrounded by a sheath of coal gas
(c) Heat for fusion is generated by an electric arc
(d) All the above
Q. 71 In TIG welding, the electrode is used only
(a) To create the arc
(b) To create the heat
(c) To create the pressure
(d) All the above
Q. 72 In TIG machine welding, when welding heavy material having high heat conductivity what is
used
(a) Oxygen
(b) Helium
(c) Nitrogen
(d) All the above
Q. 73 Brazing includes
(a) Silver soldering
(b) Copper brazing
(c) Aluminum brazing
(d) All the above
Q. 74 Silver soldering is also called
(a) Hard soldering
(b) Copper brazing
(c) Aluminum brazing
Q. 75 MTCS regarding brazing
(a) The base metal parts are not melted
(b) The brazing metal adheres to the base metal
(c) By molecules attraction and intergranulas penetration, it does not fuse and amalgamate
with them
(d) All the above
Q. 76 The strongest brazed joint is one in which the molten filler metal is drawn in by
(a) Capillary action
(b) Fusion action
(c) Bonding action
Q. 77 Which type of electric arc welding is mostly used in A/C construction
(a) Carbon arc welding
(b) Atomic hydrogen welding
(c) Metallic arc welding and inert gas welding
(d) Multi arc welding
Q. 78 Common types of electric resistance welding are
(a) Butt welding
(b) Spot welding
(c) Seam welding
(d) All the above
Q. 79 Which electric resistance welding is used in A/C work to weld terminals to control rods
(a) Butt welding
(b) Spot welding
(c) Seam welding
Q. 80 Spot welding is frequently used in
(a) Airframe construction
(b) Control rod terminal
(c) As in (a) for joining structural CRS
(d) As in (b) for joining structural mild carbon steel
Q. 81 MTCS for brazing
(a) Flux may be made in the powder form
(b) Flux may be dissolved in hot water to a highly saturated solution
(c) A neutral flame to be used
(d) All the above
Q. 82 For most brazing application which flame is used
(a) Neutral
(b) Reducing
(c) Oxidizing
Q. 83 A slightly oxidizing flame should be used when __________ filler alloys are used.
(a) Copper / zinc
(b) Copper / zinc / silicon
(c) Copper / zinc / nickel / silicon
(d) All the above
Q. 84 When brazing aluminum and its alloy which flame is preferred
(a) Oxidizing flame
(b) Neutral flame
(c) Soft flame
(d) Harsh flame

Q. 85 When brazing is finished, after cooling remove the flux from the parts by immersing them for
(a) 10 minutes in solution
(b) 20 minutes in lye solution
(c) 30 minutes in lye solution
(d) All the above
Q. 86 The principal use of silver solder in A/C work is in the fabrication of
(a) Low pressure oxygen lines
(b) High pressure oxygen lines
(c) As in (a) withstand vibration and low temperature
(d) As in (b) withstand vibration and high temperature
Q. 87 Silver solder is used extensively to join
(a) Copper and copper alloys
(b) Nickel
(c) Silver
(d) All the above
Q. 88 Silver soldering produces joints of
(a) Lower strength
(b) Higher strength
(c) Medium strength
Q. 89 Why it is necessary to use flux in all silver soldering operations
(a) For having the base metal chemically clean
(b) Without the slightest film of oxide to prevent the silver solder
(c) Coming into intimate contact with the base metal
(d) All the above
Q. 90 Which type of joints for silver soldering used
(a) Flanged, lap and edge joints
(b) Lap, tee and edge joints
(c) Lap, corner and tee joint
Q. 91 For strength equal to that of the base metal in the heated zone, the amount of lap should be
_________ the metal thickness for sheet metal and small-diameter tubing.
(a) Two to three times
(b) Four to six times
(c) Six to seven times
(d) Seven to eight times
Q. 92 The oxyacetylene flame for silver soldering should be
(a) Neutral
(b) Oxidizing
(c) As in (a) but may have a slight excess of acetylene
(d) As in (b) may have excess of oxygen
Q. 93 During both preheating and application of the solder, the tip of the inner cone of the flame
should be held about ___________ from the work.
(a) 1 inch
(b) inch
(c) 1 inch
(d) 2 inch
Q. 94 To obtain a good union between the base metal and the filler metal, what is to be used
(a) Copper
(b) Zinc
(c) Flux
(d) All the above
Q. 95 A good flux for brazing steel is a mixture containing
(a) One parts borax and one part boric acid
(b) Two parts borax and one part boric acid
(c) Three parts borax and two parts boric acid
Q. 96 A/C parts fabricated from chrome molybdenum or mild carbon steel are
(a) Electric arc welding
(b) Gas welding
(c) Electric resistance welding
Q. 97 Gas welding in A/C construction is done with an
(a) Oxyacetylene flame
(b) Oxy-hydrogen flame
(c) Butt flame
(d) Spot flame
Q. 98 For welding aluminum alloy which flame is used
(a) Oxy acetylene flame
(b) Oxy hydrogen flame
(c) Butt flame
(d) Spot flame
Q. 99 Soft soldering is used chiefly for
(a) Aluminum
(b) Copper, brass
(c) Nickel
(d) All the above
Q. 100 Solder melting points ranges from
(a) 293 to 592 F
(b) 290 to 590 F
(c) 200 to 500 F
(d) 250 to 550 F