Introduction to Welding

1. What is welding?

A. Welding is a manufacturing process.

B. Welding is a metals fabrication trade.

C. Welding is a metal joining process by the use of heat. Welding is a job skill.

D. Welding can not be defined.

2. When was welding discovered?

A. During the Industrial Revolution.

B. In ancient times.

C. During the renaissance.

D. During the Middle Ages.

3. What is the best source of information and resources on the subject of welding technology?

A. The American Society for Metals.

B. Any published welding text book.

C. Anywhere on the Internet.

D. The American Welding Society.

4. Where can you learn to weld?

A. Company or Union training programs.

B. The Military, Job or Peace Corps.

C. Technical School or College.

D. Any of the above.

5. What tradesman may sometimes work mainly with the skill of welding?

A. SteamFitter / PipePitter / Boilermaker.

B. Iron worker / ShipFitter / SheetMetal worker.

C. Auto / Aerospace worker.

D. All of the above.

6. How many types of welding ( welding process ) are there?

A. Over 150.

B. 25 to 50.

C. Over 50.

D. 5 to 10.

7. The skill level required for weldors may best be classified as?

A. Low - Skilled.

B. Semi - Skilled.

C. Highly - Skilled

D. Very diversified.

8. Where do Weldors usually work?

A. Indoors / Fabrication.

B. High Altitudes / OffShore.

C. Underwater / Atmospheric Chambers.

D. Anywhere.

E. Outdoors / Construction.

9. What are the major occupational hazards for the weldor?

A. IR and UV radiation.

B. Toxic fumes an Explosions.

C. Electrical Hazard and Extreem Temperatures.

D. Any or all fo the above.

10. What is the first consideration in any welding operation?

A. Quality, procedures and specifications.

B. Knowledege of safety and accident prevention.

C. Technical knowledge of the welding process.

D. Labor cost and overhead expenses.

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