Weld 220

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  1. GMAW low alloy steel electrodes
    A5.28
  2. GMAW carbon steel electrodes
    A5.18
  3. FCAW low alloy steel electrodes
    A5.29
  4. FCAW carbon steel electrodes
    A5.20
  5. SMAW low alloy steel electrodes
    A5.5
  6. SMAW carbon steel electrodes
    A5.1
  7. Code Book - Table 7.1
    Mechanical Property Requirements for Studs
  8. Code Book - Table 5.8
    Minimum Fillet Weld Size
  9. Code Book - Table 4.5
    Changes to WPS
  10. Code Book - Table 3.6
    T. K. Y. Connections
  11. Code Book - Table 3.7
    Electrode Information
  12. Code Book - Figure 3.4
    CJP information
  13. Code Book - Figure 3.3
    PJP information
  14. Code Book - Table 3.2
    Preheat and Interpass Temperature
  15. Code Book - Table 3.1
    Base Metal - Filler Metal Combinations
  16. Code Book - Table 4.13
    Electrode Classification Groups
  17. Code Book - Chapter 8
    Strengthening and Repairing Existing Structures
  18. Code Book - Chapter 7
    Stud Welding
  19. Code Book - Chapter 6
    Inspection
  20. Code Book - Chapter 5
    Fabrication
  21. Code Book - Chapter 4
    Qualification
  22. Code Book - Chapter 3
    Prequalification of WPS
  23. Code Book - Chapter 2
    Design of Welded Connections
  24. Code Book - Chapter 1
    General Requirements
  25. DC+ is also called
    DCEP, DCRP
  26. DC- is also called
    DCEN, DCSP
  27. SMAW rods ending with 1, 6, 8 uses what current
    AC, DC+
  28. SMAW rods ending with 5, 0 uses what current
    DC+ Only
  29. SMAW rods ending with 3, 4, 7 uses what current
    • AC, DC+, DC-
    • (All Currents)
  30. SMAW rods ending with 2 uses what current
    AC, DC-
  31. SMAW Low Hydrogen electrodes end with the numbers
    5, 6, 8
  32. SMAW Iron Powder electrodes end with the numbers
    4, 7, 8
  33. 100 ksi rods can be exposed for
    1/2 hour
  34. 90 ksi rods can be exposed for
    1 hour
  35. 80 ksi rods can be exposed for
    2 hours
  36. 70 ksi rods can be exposed for
    4 hours
  37. F4 electrodes end with
    15, 16, 18
  38. F3 electrodes end with
    10, 11
  39. F2 Electrodes end with
    12, 13, 14
  40. F1 Electrodes end with
    20, 24, 27, 28
  41. SMAW - the last number on the rod tells you
    (E7018)
    • Current
    • Coating
    • Manipulation
    • Penetration
  42. SMAW - the second to last number on the rod tells you (E7018)
    • Position
    • 1 - All Position
    • 2 - Flat and Horizontal Fillet
    • 4 - All Position + Vertical Down
  43. FCAW - the first number tells you (E70T-X)
    • Tensile Strength
    • Times 10,000 (7=70,000)
  44. FCAW - the second number tells you (E71T-X)
    • Position
    • 0 - Flat & Horizontal Fillet
    • 1 - All Position
  45. FCAW - the T means (E71T-X)
    Tubular Wire
  46. FCAW - the last number tells you (E71T-X)
    Characteristics and Specifications
  47. GMAW - the ER tells you (ER70S-X)
    Electrode or Rod
  48. GMAW - the 70 tells you (ER70S-X)
    • Tensile Strenth
    • Times 1000 (70=70,000)
  49. GMAW - the S tells you (ER70S-X)
    Solid Wire
  50. GMAW - the last number tells you (ER70S-X)
    Characteristics and Specifications
  51. Structural steel code welding electrodes for SMAW have a tensile strength of
    60 - 100 ksi
  52. ____ and higher strength rods must follow a welding proceedure
    80 ksi
  53. Shallow penetrating electrodes end in the number
    3
  54. ____ & ____ are also known as fast freeze rods
    E6010 & E6011
  55. Deep penetrating electrodes end in the numbers
    0, 1
  56. FCAW electrodes that operate on DC+ end in the numbers
    1 - 6
  57. FCAW electrodes that operate on DC- end in the numbers
    7 - 11
  58. FCAW electrodes that uses a shielding gas end in numbers
    1, 2, 5
  59. SMAW electrodes that are 80 ksi and higher are
    Low Alloy
  60. SMAW electrodes with a suffix like E7018-B3 are
    Low Alloy
  61. GMAW - wire feed speed is the same as
    Amperage
  62. GMAW uses what kind of power supply
    Constant Voltage (CV)
  63. FCAW uses what kind power supply
    Constant Voltage (CV)
  64. SMAW uses what kind of power supply
    Constant Current (CC)
  65. GTAW uses what kind of power supply
    Constant Current (CC)
  66. GMAW modes of transfer
    • Short Circuiting
    • Globular
    • Spray Arc
    • Pulsed Spray Arc
  67. Volts are equal to flow or
    Pressure
  68. Amperage is equal to power or
    Heat
  69. If no process is specified, it is to be welded with the
    SMAW Process
  70. D1.1 Weld cleaning requirements
    Deslagged and Brushed
  71. SMAW machines are also known as
    Step Down Transformers
  72. GMAW is only performed with what current
    DC+
  73. ASTM A53 & A106
    Grade B Pipe
  74. ASTM A500
    Tubular Steel
  75. ASTM A36 & A572 & A992
    • Plates
    • Beams
    • Angles
    • Channels
  76. PT
    Liquid Penetrants Inspection
  77. MT
    Magnetic Partical Inspection
  78. VT
    Visual Inspection
  79. UT
    Ultrasonic Inspection
  80. RT
    Radiographic Inspection
  81. Prequalified Processes for use under the D1.1
    • SMAW
    • FCAW
    • SAW
    • GMAW
    • (Except GMAW-S)
  82. CJP
    Complete Joint Penetration
  83. PJP
    Partial Joint Penetration
  84. SMAW
    • Shielded Metal Arc Welding
    • L.A. City - Manual Process
  85. FCAW
    • Flux Cored Arc Welding
    • L.A. City - Semi Automatic
  86. SAW
    Submerged Arc Welding
  87. GMAW
    Gas Metal Arc Welding
  88. AISC
    American Institute of Steel Construction
  89. ANSI
    American National Standards Institute
  90. ASNT
    American Society of Nondestructive Testing
  91. ASTM
    American Society of Testing of Materials
  92. L.A. City main shielding gas
    Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
  93. The size of a fillet weld is measured by
    The shortest leg
  94. A2.4
    Symbols for Welding, Brazing, and Nondestructive Examination
  95. Z49.1
    Safety in Welding, Cutting, and Allied Processes
  96. A3.0
    Standard Welding Terms and Definitions
  97. D1.3
    Code Book for Light Gage Steel
  98. Single gas used for GMAW on L.C.S.
    CO2
  99. GMAW transfer mode used for sheet metal
    Short Circuiting (21V and Under)
  100. 2F stands for
    Horizontal Fillet Weld
  101. The manual process described in four letters
    SMAW
  102. 3G stands for
    Vertical Groove Weld
  103. The semi-automatic process described in four letters
    FCAW
  104. Down hand welding refers to
    Flat
  105. WPS stands for
    Welding Proceedure Specification
  106. Minimum length of a fillet weld is
    4 times the weld size
  107. The maximum reinforcement for a groove weld is
    1/8"
  108. If electrodes get wet they must be
    Discarded
  109. The minimum length of an intermittent fillet weld is
    1 1/2"
  110. Using DCRP the electrode is
    Possitive
  111. Using DCSP the electrode is
    Negative
  112. The size of a CJP groove weld is equal to the thickness of
    The thinner part
  113. Base metal is also known as
    Parent Metal

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