Removal of solvent developers is usually accomplished by a wire brush or high

Removal of solvent developers is usually accomplished

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Question: 212Removal of solvent developers is usually accomplished by a) wire brush or high pressure water blastb) water or solvent washingc) steam cleaningd) removal is not necessary as it flakes off Question: 213The significance of a crack as related to potential failure of a part is determined by Question: 214Cracked aluminum test blocks contain Question: 215Bleed back refers to Question: 216 Dust control of the very light "fluffy developer" is accomplished by a) specially fitted coversb) suction openings at the top of the binc) developer gunsd) none of the above ID: 243387 Type: LPI Level: 2 P. 36
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NDT TESTMAKER - MATERIALS RESEARCH INSTITUTE Oct 17, 2012 - 01:32 PM Question: 217Mechanized scanning of fluorescent penetrant indications can be accomplished by Question: 218 Water contaminated water washable fluorescent penetrants can be recognized by Question: 219Essentially LPI is just an enhancement visual inspection. As compared to cracklike defects volumetric defect enhancements by LPI are Question: 220Some inspectors doubt the usefulness of developer. It can be established by a) rejection statisticsb) draw-out valuesc) aluminum test blockd) none of the above Question: 221Penetrant indications of porosity are Question: 222In NDT, a response or evidence of response which requires interpretation to determine its significance is called ID: 243387 Type: LPI Level: 2 P. 37
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NDT TESTMAKER - MATERIALS RESEARCH INSTITUTE Oct 17, 2012 - 01:32 PM Question: 223Basically there are only _______ methods of penetrant inspection 2 3 4 5 Question: 224Developer increases seeability of a defect by a) blotting actionb) providing a reflective base for penetrant viewingc) covers confusing backgroundsd) all of the above
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