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An Approved Continuing Education Provider PDHonline Course M564 (10PDH) _____________________________________________________Welding Technology - Quiz Questions Terms & Definitions Instructor: Jurandir Primo, PE2015 PDH Online | PDH Center 5272 Meadow Estates Drive Fairfax, VA 22030-6658 Phone & Fax: 703-988-0088
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PDHonline Course M564©2015 Jurandir Primo Page 1 of 121WELDING TECHNOLOGY - QUIZ QUESTIONS TERMS & DEFINITIONS CONTENTS: I. INTRODUCTION II. WELDING INSPECTOR CERTIFICATIONS III. NDT CERTIFICATIONS IV. WELDING TERMS AND DEFINITIONS V. WELDING TECHNOLOGY QUIZ QUESTIONS Module 1: Qualification, Inspection and CertificationModule 2: Safety in WeldingModule 3: Welding Processes, Cutting and Inspection Knowledge Module 4: Welding Metallurgy, NDT and Destructive Testing Page 2 3 4 6 80 80 87 89 104
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PDHonline Course M564©2015 Jurandir Primo Page 2 of 121I. INTRODUCTION: Quiz questions are, undoubtedly, the best way to learn the concepts and definitions and to pass a test in any specific area. These quiz questions are based totally in several welding training courses and brought here to help the students interested in advanced learning, even for specific areas. These questions are commonly used on applicants to a job, operations, maintenance and in inspection, as part of the global industry businesses. The answers are presented at the end of the quiz questions. Aglossary, also known as avocabulary, orclavis, is also presented with an alphabetical list of terms, considering thedefinitions for the most usual welding technology terms. Traditionally, a glossary ap-pears at the end of abookand includes terms within that book, however, in this handbook the glossa-ry is presented before each sector of the welding quiz questions, to show a guideline to students, that enables definition of major concepts, especially for newcomers to this field of study. The welding industry is broad and includes people who carry the job title of "welders”, and others like pipe-fitters, boilermakers and iron-workers, who may weld, but only for a part of their day on the job. Beyond these skilled positions, there are technicians, inspectors, supervisors, managers and engi-neers, all involved with welding subjects, in some way or the other. The American Welding Society (AWS) are always credentialing professionals for all of these areas, from simple and informal inside companies’trades, to nationally and internationally recognized programs. Testing in the welding industry is focused on the type of work being done. In some cases, typically for the more basic level positions, there may be only a practical demonstration required. In other cases, a welding test may include a code or a practical hands-on including the fundamentals of the welding section in a written form, using multiple-choice questions with a time limit to complete the test. Once a welder is certified, he or she receives a written document, known as Welder Qualification Test Record
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