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What will be affected by increasing the carbon content in steel?

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2. Approximately how much heat is released at the electrode for DCSP welding?

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D. Release the oxygen regulator adjustment and close the torch valve.

5. When using the air carbon arc cutting (AAC) process, what must be done to eliminate the

excessive slag adhering to the edges of the cut?

A. Change polarity.

B. Change electrode angle.

C. Decrease travel speed.

D. Decrease electrode diameter.

6. What is the angle of cut required to make a template for a three-piece 90" elbow?

A. 17.25"

B. L5'

c. 22.5"

D. 30'

7. What is the purpose of a groove angle when welding thick plate?

A. To increase weld reinforcement.

B. To allow access to the root of the weld.

C. To prevent burn-through at the root.

D. To reduce welding time.

8. What is the common practice to provide for a proper weld deposit in the build-up of threaded

areas?

A. Build-up over thread having a depth of 1/8 in. only.

B. Remove the worn threads by gouging.

C. Build-up using gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).

D. Remove the worn threads by machining or grinding.

9. Which measure does the flowmeter use to determine the flow of gas?

A. Volume of gas.

B. Pressure of gas.

C. Weight of gas.

D. Cylinder pressure.

10. When is gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) most commonly used?

A. When high deposition rates are required.

B. When high heat input is desirable.

C. When welding on thick materials.

D. When welding on thin or alloy material.

11. How is the bead decreased using the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process?

A. By increasing the amperage.

B. By increasing the voltage.

C. By decreasing the amperage.

D. By decreasing the voltage.

12. When is DCEN used with submerged arc welding (SAWX

A. When deeper penetration is required.

B. When welding on non-ferrous materials.

C. When shallower penetration is required.

D. For applications requiring more that 1500 amperes.

13. What is a benefit of using the back-step method when welding a tee joint?

A. Fine grained welds are produced.

B. Distortion is reduced.

C. Adequate penetration is assured.

D. Welding time is reduced.

14. How is the size of the spot determined when using the resistance spot welding (RSW)

process?

A. Pressure applied to the electrode.

B. Current value used.

C. Shielding gas used.

D. Size of the electrode tip.

15. Which step is performed first when shutting down oxy-fuel cutting equipment?

A. Open the torch valves.

B. Release the pressure regulator adjusting screws.

C. Turn off the cylinder valves.

D. Purge the hoses.

16. How must the electrode and ground be configured when setting up air carbon arc cutting

(AAC) equipment for gouging?

A. Connect the ground to positive and the electrode to negative.

B. Connect the ground to positive and the electrode to positive.

C. Connect the electrode to positive and the ground to negative.

D. Connect the electrode to negative and the ground to negative.

17. When using a welding machine and a 6.4 mm (1.14 in.) carbon arc electrode, what amperage

should be used when cutting?

A. 90 to 150 amps.

B. l-50 to 200 amps.

C. 200 to 400 amps.

D. 400 to 600 amps.

18. Why are alloying elements such as nickel and manganese added tobraze welding rods?

A. To oxidize the molten metal.

B. To remove impurities from the weld.

C. To permit a lower brazingtemperature.

D. To increase the tensile strength of the filler metal.

19. What is the advantage of a two-stage regulator?

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B. It has a second stage to reduce tank pressure to working pressure.

C. It has the first stage preset at one-half the tank pressure.

D. It maintains a more constant pressure.

20. What determines the time required to perform stud welds?

A. Size of the t'errule.

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