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MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION


CSWIP 3.1 WELDING INSPECTOR COURSE
MFY 005
ALL QUESTIONS TO BE ATTEMPTED
1.

A weld is defined as the junction or the edges of members which are to be joined or have been joined
a.
b.

2.

A discontinuity can best describe as :


a.
b.
c.
d.

3.

Paint
Rust and mill scale
Oil and grease
All of the above

A discontinuity which appears as a void or inclusion of foreign materials in the weld and Heat affected Zone of
the parent metal would be :
a.
b.
c.
d.

8.

throat
Toe
Leg size
Bevel angle

Contaminants that can cause porosity in a weld include:


a.
b.
c.
d.

7.

Excessive spatter
Slag inclusion
Excessive weld metal
Arc strike

What term does not apply to a butt weld


a.
b.
c.
d.

6.

Flat
Horizontal
Inclined 45 and fixed
Overhead

Which of the following can result in a hard and brittle condition resulting from rapid cooling: a.
b.
c.
d.

5.

a defect judged to possibly interfere with the fitness for purpose of the weld
Any observable disruption in the weld or the parent metal
Meaning exactly the same thing as a defect
Discontinuous weld

If you welding in the HLO 45 position, the axis of the joint will be in what position
a.
b.
c.
d.

4.

False
True

Lamination
Incomplete fusion
Misalignment of the plates prior to joining
Nicks or gouges from plate preparation

If you were welding in the PC position you would be depositing weld from which direction
a.
b.
c.
d.

Vertically
Overhead
Flat
Horizontal

9.

Which of the following would be considered the most serious structural discontinuity:
a.
b.
c.
d.

10.

In manual welding applications, which of the following may cause porosity:


a.
b.
c.
c.

11.

Incorrect electrode angle


Low current
Too high arc length
All of the above

The effective or Nominal design throat thickness of a complete joint preparation butt weld is :
a.
b.
c.
d.

12.

Slag inclusion
Crack
Lack of interun fusion
Sharp undercut

Considered to be equal to the thickness of the base metal less 3 mm


Considered to be equal to the thickness of the base metal thickness less 1 mm
Equal to the thickness of the base metal thickness
Equal to the thickness of the base metal thickness if welded from both sides

When weld metal at the toe of a fillet weld does not fuse completely to the
referred to as:

base material the resulting fault is

a. Overlap
b. Concavity
c. Undercut
d. Convexcity
13.

Excessively large root face on a weld joint preparations:


a.
b.
c.
d.

14.

will result in excessive reinforcement


Can prevent penetration to the desired depth
Will result in excessive penetration
Is the primary cause to lack of fusion

Incomplete joint penetration can be defined as :


a. Improper joint preparation
b. Weld metal that does not extend through the full depth of the joint required by the design
c . Also known as lack of fusion
d . None of the above

15.

Which of the following would contribute significantly to lack of fusion:


a. Heavy scale on the welded joint surface
b. Incorrect welding technique
c. Incorrect joint design
d. All of the above

16.

If you were welding in PA position you would be depositing weld from which direction
a. above the joint
b. Vertically
c. Below the joint
d. Horizontally

17.

Which of the following is not considered to cause incomplete fusion:a. using too large an electrode for a narrow vee
b. Using wrong type of electrode
c. Welding current exceeding that specified on a WPS

18.

d. Improper manipulation of the electrode


Dimensional discontinuities become dimensional defects when :
a. their dimensional have found to exceed the set limits of a specification or code
b. there is no different since the terms mean the same
c. specified by the welding inspector
d. specified by the engineer

19.

Which term does not apply for fillet weld:


a. Actual throat
b. Toe
c. Included angle
d. Leg length

20

Defective mechanical properties of a weld does not include:


a. inadequate impact strength
b. Excessive distortion
c. Inadequate ductility
e. Excessive hardness

21.

The main reasons using the least amount of consumable materials and to keep joint preparations to minimum is :
a. smaller weld generally look better
b. Improve strength
c. Improve toughness of the weld metal
d. To reduce the cost and with less weld metal there is the possibility of fewer defects

22 .

For plates of unequal thickness the effective throat thickness is :


a.
b.
c.
d.

23.

equal to the thickness of the thinner plate


Equal to the thickness of the thinner plate plus 3 mm
Equal to the thickness of the thicker plate
Equal to the thickness of the thinner plate

The shortest distance measured from the root to the face of a fillet weld excluding weld reinforcement is referred
to as:
a. Included angle
b. Leg size
c. Weld reinforcement
d. Design throat

24.

Select the correct term


a. Groove joint
b. Butt joint
c. Plug joint
d. fillet joint

25.

Which of the following is not related to weld joint preparation or fit up :


a.
bevel angle
b. Root face
c. root opening
d. leg size

26.

Weld joints designed with J preparations are usually used only on very thick materials. Why?
a.
b.
c.
d.

27.

J preparations afford limited access to the root of the joint


J preparations are more difficult to fit than other preparations
J preparations are expensive because they must usually be machined
J preparations require the least amount of the filler metal for a given thickness

Failure to deposit weld metal to melt into the previous weld layer is most

commonly referred to as :

a. Internal undercut
b. Incomplete fusion
c. Excessive concavity
d. Lack of penetration
28.

Which of the following could contribute to distortion:a. internal porosity


b. Incorrect weld pass sequence
c. Slag inclusion
d. Inadequate root face

29.

If you weld in PE position you would be depositing weld from which direction:
a. above the joint
b. Horizontal
c. vertically
d. below the joint

30.

Cold lapping is the term to indicate:


a. above the joint
b. Horizontal
c. vertically
d. below the joint