The Weld


1. A basic weld / weldment.

A. consists of two or more base metals fused togeather.

B. requires the use of both heat and pressure.

C. requires the use of a filler metal.

D. all of the above.

2. The basic weld-metal as deposited.

A. can not be distinguished from the base-metal.

B. is slightly weaker than the base-metal.

C. usually consists of the face, leg, root, throat, toe.

D. always leaves a blueish rainbow color.

3. The weld joints ( Butt, Corner, Edge, Lap, Tee. )

A. all of the weld joints can not be done in all positions.

B. are usually illustrated on the weld symbol.

C. are usually determained by the base-metal thickness.

D. none of the above.

4. The weld positions ( Flat, Horizontal, Overhead and Vertical. )

A. can be changed by rotating the face of the weld.

B. can be changed be inclining the weld axis.

C. can be fixed or manipulated during welding.

D. all of the above.

5. Inclination of the weld axis will not change the position of the weld from.

A. horizontal to vertical.

B. vertical to overhead.

C. flat to horizontal.

D. overhead to flat.

6. Weld face rotation will change the position of the weld from.

A. Vertical to horizontal.

B. horizontal to overhead.

C. overhead to vertical.

D. flat to vertical.

7. Basic types of welds.

A. Flat, corner, bevel, spot

B. Bead, Fillet, Groove, Plug.

C. Butt, groove, bevel, vertical.

D. all of the above.

8. Basic weld joint designs ( joint geometry. )

A. fillet, vee, bevel, square.

B. groove, miter, seem, butt.

C. straight, angled, tee, flare.

D. convexed, concaved, flush, finished.

E. none of the above.

9. Basic weld quality.

A. depends on the process selection / operator skill.

B. depends on process control and defect elimination.

C. depends on the proper weld position and joint type.

D. all of the above.

10. What is considered a good weld?

A. any weld made by a certified welder.

B. a weld with a smooth even rippled appeareance.

C. a weld without defects.

D. all of the above.

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