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1. Per ASME Section XI NDE personnel shall be recertified: A. every 5 years by re-examination. B. every 3 years by retraining and retesting. C. every 3 years based on continuing satisfactory performance. D. annually by retraining. B. every 3 years by retraining and retesting.
2. Per SNT-TC-1 A, when an employee leaves his employer: A. his certification transfers to new employer. B. his certification is terminated. C. he must be certified by new employer. D. he may not be certified by a new employer for at least 3 months. B. his certification is terminated.
3. Per SNT-TC-1 A, certification of NDE personnel is the responsibility of the: A. ASME. B. manufacturer. C. NRC. D. employer., D. employer.,
4. A variation or interpretation in the normal physical structure or configuration of a part is called a: A. flaw. B. discontinuity. C. defect. D. fault., B. discontinuity.
5. Indications caused by repeated loading, bending or by vibrating stresses are called: A. mass hardness. B. lamellar testing. C. hot tears. D. fatigue cracks., D. fatigue cracks.,
6. Joining processes which melts by heating them using filler metal having a liquidus below 840°F and below the solidus of the base metal is called: A. bracing. B. soldering. C. resistance welding. D. arc welding., B. soldering.
7. SCC is a synergistic action of: A. steel and cracks. B. stress and corrosion. C. structure and coatings. D. slag and craters. , B. stress and corrosion.
8. Severe grinding cracks appear as: A. wave-like patterns. B. widely spaced cracks. C. lattice work or checkerboard patterns. D. deep crevices. , C. lattice work or checkerboard patterns.
9. Grinding cracks are caused by: A. too light a pressure during grinding. B. overheating during grinding. C. grinding too large of an area. D. grinding with very fast motion of the grinder. B. overheating during grinding.
10. Joining process that joins by using capillary action to flow the filler material is called: A. soldering if the temperature exceeds 840° F B. brazing if the temperature exceeds 840°F C. resistance welding. D. oxy-fuel gas welding. B. brazing if the temperature exceeds 840°F
11. A condition that is of such size, shape, type and location that it is detrimental to the useful service of the part is called: A. a flaw. B. a discontinuity. C. a defect. D. an indication. C. a defect.
12. Mass hardness of a product is caused by improper: A. weld process. B. forging. C. casting. D. heat treatment. D. heat treatment.
13. The use of this symbol on a drawing indicates a: A. flare V weld on both sides. B. fillet weld on both sides. C. double V-groove weld. D. V-groove weld on the other side. C. double V-groove weld.
14. Unfused chaplets are associated with: A. forging. B. rolling. C. extruding. D. casting. D. casting.
l5. actual weld throat is : A. actual distance from face of weld to vertical leg. B. shortest distance from root of weld to its face. C. distance from toe to actual root. D. theoretical throat distance minus convexity of weld face. B. shortest distance from root of weld to its face.
16. term “heat checks” is used to describe: A. a network of cracks caused by overheating a surface. B. a hot tear in a casting. C. cracks in a brazed joint. D. cracks caused by under heat treatment. A. a network of cracks caused by overheating a surface.
17. An observed crack: A. will usually be cause for rejection. B. is acceptable if less than 1/ 16 inch in length. C. is no more significant than o r types of discontinuities. D. is acceptable if not actually in weld zone. A. will usually be cause for rejection.
l8. cyclic rate involved in normal fatigue is typically: A. low cyclic rate at high temperature. B. low cyclic rate at low temperature. C. high cyclic rate at high temperature. D. hi8h cyclic rate at low temperature. A. low cyclic rate at high temperature.
19. Discontinuities associated with GMAW include: A. whiskers and porosity. B. tungsten inclusions and lack of fusion. C. slag and oxide inclusions. D. all of above. A. whiskers and porosity.
20. Chamfer is a: A. painted surface. B. smooth surface. C. rough surface. D. beveled surface. D. beveled surface.
21. joint depicted above is a: See Slide A. butt joint. B. corner joint. C. T-joint. D. lap joint. E. edge joint. D. lap joint.
22. joint depicted above is a: See Slide A. butt joint. B. Corner joint. C: T-joint. D. lap joint. E. edge joint. D. lap joint.
23. A full fillet weld is a fillet weld: A. with equal leg lengths. B. whose size is equal to thickness of thinner member joined. C. which has proper amount of reinforcement. D. that was made by several passes. B. whose size is equal to thickness of thinner member joined.
24. term “creep” refers to: A. low temperature embrittlement. B. a progressive movement of a crack. C. reduction of wall thickness by corrosion or erosion. D. metal deformation under steady load at elevated temperatures. D. metal deformation under steady load at elevated temperatures.
25. What type of corrosion can weaken or destroy soldered joints? A. Galvanic B. Crevice C. Pitting D. Erosion E. Both A and B E. Both A and B A. Galvanic + B. Crevice
26. Slag and non-metallic inclusions are most likely caused by: A. moisture in weld joint. B. high current. C. inadequate interpass cleaning. D. loss of shielding gas. E. both A and D. C. inadequate interpass cleaning.
27. examination procedure checklist contains: A. minimum examination requirements. B. maximum examination requirements. C. both minimum and maximum examination requirements. D. average examination requirements. A. minimum examination requirements.
28. How can procedure adequacy be demonstrated? A. Resolution of a 1/32“ line on surface to be examined. B. Resolution of an artificial flaw on surface to be examined. C. Resolution of a 0.8 mm line on surface to be examined. D. All of above. D. All of above. Resolution of a 1/32“ line on surface to be examined. Resolution of an artificial flaw on surface to be examined. Resolution of a 0.8 mm line on surface to be examined.
29. Which type(s) of porosity generally extend(s) throughout thickness of a weld layer? A. Uniformly scattered B. Clustered C. Linear D. Wormhole H. All of above D. Wormhole
30. A groove melted into base metal, in sidewall of in-process welds and adjacent to toe of crown or root in completed welds, that is left unfilled by weld metal is called: A. underfill. B. craters. C. suck-up. D. undercut. D. undercut.
31. In fillet weld above, “A” is weld: See Slide A. root. B. leg length. C. face. D. throat. E. toe. E. toe.
32. In fillet weld above, “B” is weld: See Slide A. root. B. leg length. C. face. D. throat. E. toe. C. face.
33. In fillet weld above, “C” is weld: See Slide A. root. B. leg length. C. face. D. throat. E. toe. A. root.
34. In fillet weld above, distance between A and C is weld: See Slide A. root. B. leg length. C. face. D. throat. E. toe. B. leg length.
35. In fillet weld above, distance between B and C is weld: See Slide A. root. B. leg length. C. face. D. throat. E. toe. D. throat.
36. In an equal leg concave fillet weld, distance from toe of weld to root is : A. weld leg. B. weld size. C. weld leg and weld size. D. amount of concavity. A. weld leg.
37. Flexible glass strands are found in: A. binoculars. B. telescopes. C. fiberscopes. D. periscopes. C. fiberscopes.
38. Submerged arc welding produces coalescence by heating metals with an arc between work and a: A. bare filler metal electrode. B. covered tungsten electrode. C. bare tungsten electrode. D. flux cored electrode. A. bare filler metal electrode.
39. SMAW produces coalescence by heating metals with an arc between work and a: A. bare filler metal electrode. B. covered tungsten electrode. C. bare tungsten electrode. D. filler metal electrode. B. covered tungsten electrode.
40. GMAW produces coalescence by heating metals with an arc between work and a: A. bare filler metal electrode. B. covered tungsten electrode. C. tungsten electrode. D. covered filler metal electrode. D. covered filler metal electrode.
41. Which code is normally applied to structural steel welds? A. ASME Section III B. ASME Section VIII C. AWS D1.1 D. ANSI B3l.1 C. AWS D1.1
42. What type of vision test is used to establish near distance acuity? A. Barnes-Hind B. Ishihara C. Jaeger D. Rorschach C. Jaeger
43. The bevel angle is formed between : A. parts to be joined by weld. B. prepared edge and a plane perpendicular to edge of part being welded. C. electrode and piece being welded. D. legs of a fillet weld. B. prepared edge and a plane perpendicular to edge of part being welded.
44. The axis of a weld is a line: A. thru length of weld parallel to cross-section B. thru length of weld perpendicular to cross-section C. between weld root and weld face. D. between weld root and weld toe. B. thru length of weld perpendicular to cross-section
45. Laminations are generally: A. linear and parallel with surfaces of a plate. B. linear and perpendicular with surfaces of a plate. C. linear and randomly oriented in a plate. D. characterized by containing inclusions. A. linear and parallel with surfaces of a plate.
46. Embrittlement is: A. affected by high temperatures. H. affected by low temperatures. C. affected by both high and low temperatures. D. not affected by temperatures. C. affected by both high and low temperatures.
47. Pitting corrosion can be initiated by: A. restricted fluid access. B. cavitation. C. abrasive wear. D. stress. A. restricted fluid access.
48. Shrinkage cavities are located in: A. castings. B. forgings. C. plates. D. bars. A. castings.
49. Brazing cracks are usually located: A. in base metal. B. in end of joint. C. at braze metal centerline. D. between base metal and braze metal. E. both C and D. E. both C and D. -at braze metal centerline. - between base metal and braze metal.
50. regulatory authority in United States in : A. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. B. Insurance Company hired by Owner. C. Owner. D. State where plant is located. A. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
51. weld depicted above is a: See Slide A. single bevel groove weld. B. full penetration tee weld. C. partial penetration “L” weld. D. fillet weld. E. double bevel groove weld. D. fillet weld.
52. weld depicted above is a: A. single’bevel groove weld. B. full penetration tee weld. C. plate weld. D. double “V” groove weld. E. double bevel fillet. D. double “V” groove weld.
53. weld depicted above is a: See Slide A. single “V” groove weld. B. full penetration tee weld. C. plate weld. D. double bevel groove weld. E. double bevel fillet. A. single “V” groove weld.
54. weld depicted above is a: See Slide A. single “V” groove weld. B. full penetration tee weld. C. plate weld. D. double bevel groove weld. E. double bevel “L” weld. A. single “V” groove weld.
55. Who is responsible for all aspects of plant operation, inspection, safety, etc.? A. NRC. B. authorized inspector. C. insurance company. D. owner. D. owner.
56. presence of hydrogen can adversely affect welding process by causing: A. porosity. B. inclusions. C. laminations. D. whiskers. A. porosity.
57. Excess moisture in SMAW electrode coatings can cause: A. slag. B. oxide inclusions. C. porosity. D. whiskers. C. porosity.
58. Per ASME XI, with repaired disc the part: A. is ready for service. B. must be re-examined with same method used when flaw was first detected. C. must be re-examined with different ndt method D. examine by same examiner that detected flaw. B. must be re-examined with same method used when flaw was first detected.
59. A disadvantage of SMAW is that: A. electrode is non consumable. B. it is slower than GTAW. C. equipment is not very portable. D. slag removal is required after welding. D. slag removal is required after welding.
60. Embrittlement is the severe loss of ductility of a metal resulting from: A. fatigue. B. erosion. C. inservice environments. D. cavitation. C. inservice environments.
61. The depth of field of the miniborescope is: A. shorter than the fiberscope’s. B. limited. C. variable. D. infinite. D. infinite.
62. When the flux coating on an electrode is entrapped in the weld metal, it is classified as: A. lack of fusion. B. cracking. C. slag. D. porosity. E. lack of penetration C. slag.
63. In accordance with AWS D1.I, for detection of small discontinuities, lighting should provide a minimum of: A. 14 footcandles. B. 50 footcandles. C. 200 footcandles. D. 500 footcandles. B. 50 footcandles.
64. What type of temperature readings can be obtained from temperature sensitive crayons? A. Exact B. Approximate C. Indirect D. Ineffective B. Approximate
65. Handheld magnifiers should fall into which of the following ranges? A. 2 to 4X B. 5 to l0X C. 10 to 20X D. 20 to 30X B. 5 to l0X
66. Porosity is found in: A. welds. B. forgings. C. rolled plates. D. rolled pipes. A. welds.
67. Laps in a forging can easily be mistaken for: A. porosity. B. cracks: C. bursts. D. pipe. B. cracks:
68. The stem or well of a dial-type well thermometer is often filled with silicone fluid to: A. stabilize the temperature. B. stabilize the helix. C. lubricate the helix. D. cool the well. B. stabilize the helix.
69. The welding symbol above depicts: A. the size of a single fillet weld. B. the size of an equal double fillet weld. C. the length of the fillet. D. a single-bevel groove and back weld. E. a fillet and double-bevel-groove weld. B. the size of an equal double fillet weld.
70. The welding symbol above depicts: A. the size of a single fillet weld. B. the size of an equal fillet weld. C. the length of the fillet. D. a single-bevel groove and back weld. £L a fillet and double-bevel-groove weld. A. the size of a single fillet weld.
71. The welding symbol above depicts: A. the size of a single fillet weld. B. the size of an equal fillet weld. C. the length of the fillet. D. a single-bevel groove and back weld. E. a fillet and double-bevel-groove weld. E. a fillet and double-bevel-groove weld.
72. The welding symbol above depicts: See Slide A. the size of a single fillet weld. B. the size of an equal fillet weld. C. the length of the fillet. D. a single-bevel groove and back weld. E. a fillet and double-bevel-groove weld. D. a single-bevel groove and back weld.
73. Visual examiners who perform visual exams utilizing borescopes and fiberscopes must be: A. color blind. B. able to meet far vision requirements (Snellen 20/30). C. competent in their use. D. ambidextrous. C. competent in their use.
74. A narrow field of view produces: A. higher magnification and a greater depth of field. B. higher magnification and a shorter depth of field. C. less magnification and a greater depth of field. D. less magnification and a shorter depth of field. B. higher magnification and a shorter depth of field.
75. Which of these weld symbols is correct for the weld shown above? See Slide B
76. Base metal cracks are usually: A. transverse cracks. B. crater cracks. C. in the land of the weld. D. in the gap of the weld. A. transverse cracks.
77. Which of the following indications cannot be found by a visual examination of a 1“ thick 8“ OD pipe weld if you have no access to the ID of the pipe? A. Lack of penetration B. Porosity C. Cracks D. Excessive crown height A. Lack of penetration
78. In a chloride environment, stress corrosion cracking is often found in: A. carbon steel. B. aluminum. C. stainless steel. D. brass. C. stainless steel.
79. In borescopes, the image is brought to the eyepiece by a: A. lens train. B. hollow tube. C. light guide. D. fiber bundle. A. lens train.
80. In order to prevent light from diffusing out, each individual fiber in a fiberscope coated with a very thin layer of with a different refractive index. A. metal B. glass C. ceramic D. wax B. glass
81. Boroscopes can be used in: A. direct visual examination. B. remote visual examination. C. translucent visual examination. D. all of the above. B. remote visual examination.
82. A distinct advantage of a fiberscope over a borescope is that a fiberscope is: A. lightweight. B. rigid. C. simpler to use. D. flexible. D. flexible.
83. A purpose of a flux coating on an electrode is to: A. protect the electrode while in storage. B. keep the electrode dry during use. C. provide a slag blanket to protect the weld from the atmosphere. D. all of the above. C. provide a slag blanket to protect the weld from the atmosphere.
84. The most commonly used method of recording visual examination results is the: A. objective method. B. subjective method. C. soft copy method. D. hard copy method. B. subjective method.
85. Necessary lighting for VE: A. is not a problem since most work spaces generally have adequate illumination. B. is about the same as for reading. C. is often enhanced by mirrors. D. must be provided by artificial means. E. none of the above. E. none of the above.
86. According to ASME Section V, a written procedure must contain: A. VE personnel qualifications. B. the date of examination. C. a Jaeger eye chart. D. a description of the surface cleaning method. H. all of the above. D. a description of the surface cleaning method.
87. NDE personnel should be: A. qualified in accordance with SNT-TC-1A. B. certified by the employer. C. familiar with all processes used in fabricating the item(s) being examined. D. all of the above. D. only A and B above. D. all of the above. -qualified in accordance with SNT-TC-1A. -certified by the employer. -familiar with all processes used in fabricating the item(s) being examined.
88.In diagram, what does “A” represent? See Slide A. Counterbore B. Grove angle C. Groove face D. Bevel angle B. Grove angle
89. In the above figure, what does “B” represent? A. Counterbore See Slide B. Groove angle C. Groove face D. Bevel angle C. Groove face
90. In the above figure, what does “C” represent? A. Counterbore See Slide B. Groove angle C. Groove face D. Bevel angle A. Counterbore
91. Extrusions are susceptible to: A. scabs. B. cracks. C. slugs. D. inclusions. A. scabs.
92. The purpose of post-weld heat treatment is to: A. burn off excess slag. B. relieve stresses induced by welding. C. induce stresses so pipe can expand at oper pres and temp. D. reduce stresses induced by cold springing. B. relieve stresses induced by welding.
93. Most process discontinuities found in the drawing process will: A. be total failures. B. be subsurface. C. contain slugs. D. all of the above A. be total failures.
94. Laminations in rolled products are found on of the finished shape. A. the face B. the edge C. the corner D. both the face and edge B. the edge
95. Translucent examination is a form of: A. visual examination. B. penetrant examination. C. radiographic examination. D. eddy current examination. A. visual examination.
96. Thorium added to GTAW electrodes results in: A. a less stable welding arc. B. a shorter life. C. better current carrying capacity. D. higher probability of contamination. E. all of the above. C. better current carrying capacity.
97. The most critical service-generated defects are: A. undercuts. B. fatigue cracks. C. inadequate penetrations. D. forging laps. B. fatigue cracks.
98. A fillet weld: A. is a partial penetration joint. B. is a complete penetration joint. C. can be either a partial or complete penetration joint. A. is a partial penetration joint.
99. The use of this symbol on a drawing indicates a: A. fillet weld field joint. B. spot weld all around. C. fillet weld all around. D. bevel weld. C. fillet weld all around.
100. Weld metal cracks can be: A. undercut. B. longitudinal cracks. C. underbead cracks. D. all of the above. B. longitudinal cracks.
101. A weld of approximately triangular cross-section joining two surfaces at approximately right angles to each other in a lap joint, tee joint or corner joint is a: A. butt weld. B. slot weld. C. fillet weld. D. v-groove weld. C. fillet weld.
102. Which welding process uses an inert gas as a protective covering for the metal during the welding process? A. SMAW B. GTAW C. Submerged Arc Welding D. Oxyfuel Gas Welding B. GTAW
103. In which welding process is shielding provided by decomposition of the electrode covering? A. Stick (SMAW) B. Resistance C. Heliarc (GTAW) D. MIG (GMAW) A. Stick (SMAW)
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