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HYUNDAI MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING LEVEL II


GENERAL QUESTIONAIRE
1. Materials which are repelled magnetically are called a. Ferro magnetic b. Para magnetic c. Dia magnetic d. Non-magnetic 2. A single articulated yoke could be used for a. Longitudinal magnetization b. Circular magnetization c. Vector magnetization d. Parallel magnetization 3. Longitudinal magnetic field could be induced in a part by using a. Coil b. Permanent magnet c. Yoke d. All the above e. Only a & c 4. During Pre cleaning before Magnetic Particle Testing one should remove a. Loose scale or Dirt b. Grease or Water c. Tight Scale d. All the above e. a & b only 5. Which of the following currents show more skin effect? a. 60 HZ, AC b. 50 HZ, AC c. 60 HZ, HWDC d. Either a or c

2 6. The length of a part being magnetized by passing an electric current from one end of the other a. Would change the Permeability of the test specimen b. Affect the strength of magnetic field. c. Does not affect the strength of the magnetic field d. Adverse effects would be noticed. 7. Of the following, the best type of current for the detection of fatigue cracks is a. Half wave direct current b. Direct current c. Alternating current d. Half wave alternating current 8. If one inch and two inch diameter bars were magnetized by passing the same current through them, the magnetic fields would be a. The same on the both b. Stronger in the two inch diameter bar c. Weaker in the one inch diameter bar d. Stronger in the one inch diameter bar 9. A circular field may be induced into a specimen by which of the following methods a. Direct Induction (Head Shot) b. Central Conductor c. Direct Induction (PROD) d. All of the above e. a & c 10. Curie point of a metal is a. Melting point of the metal b. Temperature at which heat treatment can be carried out c. Temperature above which metal looses magnetic properties d. Temperature used for Magnetic Particle Testing in wet method 11. A hard steel has a. Low reluctance b. Low permeability c. Low residual magnetism d. Low retentivity e. All of the above

3 12. Which of the following can be tested by MPI? a. Ferritic Steel b. Marternsitic Steel c. Austenitic Steel d. a & b e. b & c 13. Magnetic powder should have a. High retentivity b. High permeability c. High density d. b & c 14. The maximum visible light level permitted during fluorescent particle inspection is a. 50w/cm2 b. 20 lux c. 20w/cm2 d. 1000 lux 15. Coercive force is the force a. With which one magnet attract another magnet b. Produces by a cored coil c. Required to reduce residual magnetic field to zero d. Remaining in the core of a hollow part 16. When DC current is passed through an alloy Steel rod, after stopping the flow of current the rod would a. Become a permanent magnet b. Have no residual magnetic field c. Have several internal poles d. All of the above e. None of the above 17. The ideal magnetic method for inspecting the large number of heavy castings in a short time would be a. By longitudinal magnetization b. By circular magnetization c. By both methods d. Multi-directional

4 18. The accumulation of particles at a site on the part surface, collected at and held to the site by the magnetic field is called a. b. c. d. A discontinuity A defect An indication Magnetic writing

19. Half wave rectified AC (HWDC) is used for detection of a. Surface defects only b. Subsurface defects only c. Surface and subsurface defects d. All of the above 20. Pie gauge is used for finding out a. A magnetic field strength b. Direction of the magnetic field c. Measuring the concentration of wet bath d. Either a or b 21. The flux density of the magnetization induced by a coil is affected by a. The coil size b. The current in the coil c. Number of turns in the coil d. All of the above 22. How many turns of a coil will be needed to establish a longitudinal field in a steel shaft that is 9 inches long and 3 inches diameter with a magnetizing current of 3000 AMPS? a. 2 b. 3 c. 5 d. 7 23. The residual magnetization in a ferro magnetic part will be depended upon a. Type of current used b. Amperage of the current used c. Heat treatment of the part d. All of the above

5 24. During the test using wet powder and AC current the powder should be applied? a. Just before magnetization b. During magnetization c. Just after magnetization d. Any of the above e. A & B 25. Which of the following statement is true? a. A defect is an acceptable discontinuity b. Discontinuity is an acceptable defect c. Defect is an unacceptable discontinuity d. All defects are discontinuities e. Both c & d 26. External poles which are too strong to permit good inspection of a part or more likely to result when using a. Longitudinal magnetization b. Circular magnetization c. Polarized magnetization d. Residual magnetization 27. When a copper conductor is placed through a ferrous cylinder and a current is passed through the conductor, then the magnetic field (Flux density) in the cylinder will be? a. The same intensity and pattern as in the conductor b. Greater than in the conductor c. Less then in the conductor d. The same regardless of its proximity to the cylinder wall 28. Non-relevant indication due to residual local poles interferes with magnetic particle testing. For a successful examination one should a. Use more amperage b. Demagnetize then re-magnetize in the desired direction c. Use lower amperage d. Magnetize in another direction 29. The unit of measure of line of flux per square centimeter of area is one a. Orested b. Ohm c. Gauss d. Ampere

6 30. The temperature range for wet method? a. 0 to 28 C b. 0 to 38 C c. 5 to 40 C d. 15 to 52 C 31. A part could be demagnetized by a. Heating the part above curie point b. Using an AC coil with slowly reducing current c. Using a DC coil with step down voltage and reversing current d. All of the above 32. Which type of magnetic field induced in the ring, in fig.2?

a. b. c. d.

Circular magnetic field Longitudinal field Vector field Polar field

33. Slender loop in fig. 1A represents

a. b. c. d.

Ferro magnetic material Para magnetic material Dia magnetic material Both a & b

34. In above fig. 1A o b represents a. Opposite polarity b. Same polarity c. Residual magnetism d. Cohesive force 35. Fig. 3 represents

a. b. c. d.

AC to DC DC to AC FWDC HWDC

36. Fig. 4 represents a weld ; 3 types of defects noted on the weld, out of them, Q shows the defect of

a. b. c. d.

Slag inclusion Group pores Crater crack Lack of fusion

8 37. Fig. 5 gives a ferro magnetic component of different sizes, as 1,2,3. The sequence of magnetization of the above part is

a. b. c. d.

2,1,3 1,3,2 1,2,3 2,1,3,1

38. Fig. 6 represents

a. b. c. d.

Mill gauge Magnetometer Pie gauge Hexagonal indicator

9 39. The fig. 7 indicates magnetic field distribution on a conductor carrying DC. The conductor is

a. b. c. d. e.

Hollow magnetic conductor Solid non-magnetic conductor Hollow non- magnetic conductor Solid magnetic conductor None of the above

40. The fig. 8A indicates

a. b. c. d.

Un magnetized specimen Non conductor Dia - magnetic specimen Magnetized specimen

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