VTWELD.TXT

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  1. VISUAL WELD INSPECTION GENERAL QUESTIONS (VTW)
  2. @As a visual inspector you shall have your eyes checked at least
    • \B
    • A. every 6 months
      B. every year
      C. every 3 years
      D. every 5 years
  3. @The cambridge gage has the ability to measure weld:
    • \A
    • A. angle of preparation
      B. root opening
      C. burn through
      D. penetration
  4. @The comparison of measurement instruments with reference standards of a close tolerance and known accuracy is called
    • \C
    • A. gage control
      B. tolerance
      C. calibration
      D. instrument mismatch
  5. @Which of the following can be done using the fillet weld gage?
    • \A
    • A. checking leg length
      B. checking angle of preparation
      C. measure the groove angle
      D. measure root opening
  6. @Which of the following can be done using the fillet weld gage?
    • \B
    • A. checking angle of preparation
      B. measuring fillet weld throat
      C. measure the groove angle
      D. measure root opening
  7. @Which of the following can be done using the Hi-Lo gage?
    • \B
    • A. verify fillet weld throat
      B. check mismatch
      C. measure flaw size
      D. all of the above
  8. @Which of the following can be done using the cambridge gage?
    • \D
    • A. checking reinforcement height
      B. checking angle of preparation
      C. measuring fillet weld throat
      D. all of the above
  9. @Porosity is:
    • \B
    • A. gas entrapped below the surface of a material
      B. gas entrapped below or at the surface of a material
      C. foreign crystalline material entrapped below the surface of a material
      D. material used during the welding process
  10. @There is a difference between join type and weld type. Which of the following is considered a joint type?
    • \C
    • A. groove
      B. fillet
      C. tee
      D. spot
  11. @The term "stick Welding" is commonly used to refer to:
    • \A
    • A. SMAW
      B. GTAW
      C. GMAW
      D. FCAW
  12. @The term "TIG" is commonly used to refer to:
    • \B
    • A. SMAW
      B. GTAW
      C. GMAW
      D. FCAW
  13. @The term "MIG" is commonly used to refer to:
    • \C
    • A. SMAW
      B. GTAW
      C. GMAW
      D. FCAW
  14. @The heat affected zone of a weld is the:
    • \B
    • A. portion of the base metal that has been melted and re-solidified
      B. portion of the base metal that has been melted but where properties have been altered by the welding heat
      C. portion of the base metal that is added to produce the weld joint
      D. original metal that is welded
  15. @Arc strikes form a discontinuity that is caused by:
    • \C
    • A. excessive heat during the welding process
      B. use of improper or wet process
      C. welding operator error
      D. molten particles splashed out of the molten puddle
  16. @Weld splatter form a discontinuity that is caused by:
    • \D
    • A. excessive heat during the welding process
      B. use of improper or wet process
      C. normal welding operation
      D. molten particles splashed out of the molten puddle

    • @Which of the following discontinuities would you find in weldments?
    • \A
    • A. Porosity
      B. blow holes
      C. cold shuts
      D. burst
  17. @Which of the following discontinuities would you expect to find in a weld that has been in service?
    • \A
    • A. cracks
      B. blow holes
      C. cold shuts
      D. burst
  18. @Cracks parallel to the length of the weld are called:
    • \B
    • A. transverse cracks
      B. longitudinal cracks
      C. toe cracks
      D. crater crack
  19. @Cracks perpendicular to the length of the weld are called:
    • \A
    • A. transverse cracks
      B. longitudinal cracks
      C. toe cracks
      D. crater crack
  20. @The distance from the toe of the weld to the root in a convex fillet weld is the:
    • \D
    • A. actual throat
      B. theoretical throat
      C. crown
      D. leg length
  21. @In a fillet weld, the weld size is also the:
    \D
  22. |A. actual throat
    B. theoretical throat
    C. crown
    D. leg length
  23. @GTAW produces coalescence by heating metals with an arc between the work and a:
    • \C
    • A. bare filler metal electrode
      B. covered tungsten electrode
      C. bare tungsten electrode
      D. covered filler metal electrode
  24. @The distance from the root of the fillet weld to the crown in a convex fillet weld is the:
    • \A
    • A. actual throat
      B. theoretical throat
      C. crown
      D. leg length
  25. @Which of the following describes a joint type that could be joined with a fillet weld?
    • \C
    • A. Single-V
      B. Edge joint
      C. Tee-joint
      D. Double level
  26. @Crown reinforcement and root reinforcement are both considered when measuring the:
    • \B
    • A. root opening of a groove weld
      B. actual throat of a groove weld
      C. distance to the toe of a fillet weld
      D. groove angle of the root face in a lap weld
  27. @The actual throat of a weld is the:
    • \B
    • A. actual distance from the face of the weld to the vertical leg
      B. shortest distance from the root of the weld to its face
      C. distance from the toe to the actual root
      D. theoretical throat distance minus the convexity of the weld face
  28. @SMAW produces coalescence by heating metals with an arc between the work and a:
    • \D
    • A. bare filler metal electrode
      B. covered tungsten electrode
      C. bare tungsten electrode
      D. covered filler metal electrode
  29. @GMAW produces coalescence by heating metals with an arc between the work and a:
    • \D
    • A. bare filler metal electrode
      B. covered tungsten electrode
      C. bare tungsten electrode
      D. covered filler metal electrode
  30. @Which welding process uses an inert gas as a protective covering for the molten metal during the welding process?
    • \B
    • A. SMAW
      B. GTAW
      C. SAW
      D. Resistance welding
  31. @Which welding process is shielded by decomposition of the electrode covering during the welding process?
    • \A
    • A. SMAW
      B. GTAW
      C. SAW
      D. Resistance welding
  32. @Gas bubbles entrapped in welds are know as?
    • \C
    • A. slag
      B. inclusions
      C. porosity
      D. laminations
  33. @Crater cracks are normally found by visual examination at what location?
    • \D
    • A. the centerline of the weld
      B. internally between weld passes
      C. in the base material
      D. in a start stop weld puddle
  34. @On a double V groove welded joint, which one of the following discontinuities could not be detected by the visual examination method?
    • \C
    • A. crater crack
      B. undercut
      C. lack of penetration
      D. underfill
  35. @A small star shaped pattern at the termination point of a weld bead is usually an indication of:
    • \A
    • A. crater crack
      B. undercut
      C. lack of penetration
      D. underfill
  36. @Tungsten inclusions and suckback are most characteristic of which welding process?
    • \C
    • A. SMAW
      B. GMAW
      C. GTAW
      D. FCAW
  37. @In its original shape, porosity would appear:
    • \C
    • A. elongated
      B. irregular
      C. round or nearly round
      D. linear
  38. @Porosity indications are characteristic of which welding process?
    • \E
    • A. SMAW
      B. GMAW
      C. GTAW
      D. FCAW
      E. All of the above
  39. @During the SMAW weld process, when the flux coating on an electrode is entrapped in the weld metal, is classified as?
    • \C
    • A. lack of fusion
      B. cracking
      C. slag
      D. porosity
  40. @Slag and non-metallic inclusions are most likely caused by:
    • \A
    • A. inadequate interpass cleaning
      B. moisture in the weld joint
      C. high current
      D. loss of shielding gas
  41. @The presence of undesirable gases can adversely affect the welding process by causing:
    • \A
    • A. porosity
      B. inclusions
      C. laminations
      D. weld craters
  42. @Excess moisture in SMAW electrode coating can cause
    • \C
    • A. slag
      B. cracking
      C. porosity
      D. weld craters
  43. @A concave weld reinforcement surface is one that:
    • \D
    • A. curves outward
      B. basically flat
      C. cause for rejection
      D. curved inward
  44. @A condition on the surface of a component that appears as a group of voids or gas pocket is best described as:
    • \B
    • A. arc strikes
      B. porosity
      C. inclusion
      D. crater crack
      E. undercut
  45. @A condition at the toe of the weld reinforcement (crown) where the base metal has been burn away and a linear cavity longitudinal to the weld remains:
    • \E
    • A. arc strikes
      B. porosity
      C. inclusion
      D. crater crack
      E. undercut
  46. @A condition on the base material or on the weld where an unintentional rapid heating has occurred by a poorly connected welding ground cable or inadvertently striking the surface with the welding electrode, is best described as a/an:
    • \A
    • A. arc strikes
      B. porosity
      C. inclusion
      D. crater crack
      E. undercut
  47. @A condition at the toe of the weld reinforcement (crown) where the weld preparation groove has not been filled with weld filler material, is best described as:
    • \C
    • A. lack of penetration
      B. porosity
      C. underfill
      D. crater crack
      E. undercut
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