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thickness of pipe that should be attached to this?(a) 30 mm&(b) 20 mm&(c) 15 mm&(d) 45 mm&Question 25How often should thickness measurements be made on a pipesystem containing ethylene gas?(a) Every 2 years&(b) Every 3 years&(c) Every 5 years&(d) Every 10 years&Quick Guide to API 570198
Question 26How often should thickness measurements be made on a pipesystem containing hydrogen?(a) Every 2 years&(b) Every 3 years&(c) Every 5 years&(d) Every 10 years&Question 27How often should external visual inspection of a pipe systemcontaining hydrofluoric acid be carried out?(a) Every 2 years&(b) Every 3 years&(c) Every 5 years&(d) Every 10 years&Question 28A pipeline carrying caustic soda runs off-site and is lagged. Thelagging is in poor condition. What percentage of the pipe shouldbe examined?(a) 10%&(b) 25%&(c) 33%&(d) 50%&Question 29A lagged carbon pipe system containing propylene gas operatesat 858C. What percentage of the pipe should be examined?(a) 10%&(b) 25%&(c) 33%&(d) 50%&Question 30A12in pipe is connected to a line containing natural gas as asecondaryprocesssystem.Whatistheintervalforvisualinspection on the pipe?(a) Every 5 years&(b) Every 2 years&(c) Every 10 years&(d) Inspection is optional&Example Open-Book Questions199
Chapter 15Answers15.1Familiarization answersSubject questionand ChapterQuestionnumberAnswerAPI 570(Chapter 3)123456789101112131415abcdcbdbbcbadddAPI 574(Chapter 4)12345cabccAPI 574 (sections 6and 10)(Chapter 4)12345678910acdbbdbcdcAPI 578(Chapter 5)123bcc200
Subject questionand ChapterQuestionnumberAnswer45678910abbcbdaAPI 571 (set 1)(Chapter 6)12345678910bccacbcbbbAPI 571 (set 2)(Chapter 6)12345678910bbabddddbbAPI 571 (set 3)(Chapter 6)12345678910dacabcbbddAPI 577: weldingprocess(Chapter 7)123abbAnswers201
Subject questionand ChapterQuestionnumberAnswer45678910addccbbAPI 577: weldingconsumables(Chapter 7)12345678910abbaadccbdAPI 570: generalwelding rules(Chapter 8)12345678910abcdabddbdASME B31.3(Chapter 8)12345abcbaASME IX articles Iand II(Chapter 9)12345678ccdacabbQuick Guide to API 570202
Subject questionand ChapterQuestionnumberAnswer910dcASME IX articles IIIand IV(Chapter 9)12345678910dddbaaaacdAPI 577(Chapter 10)12345678910ccbdabcdddAPI 570 and ASMEB31.3(1)(Chapter 10)12345678910addabcaacbASME B31.3 (2)(Chapter 10)12345678adbdabcaAnswers203
Subject questionand ChapterQuestionnumberAnswer910dcASME V articles 1, 2and 6(Chapter 11)12345ddddcASME V articles 7and 9(Chapter 11)12345678910badddabcaaASME B31.3:pressure design(Chapter 12)123456789101112131415bccabcabdccbcddASME B16.5: flangedesign(Chapter 13)12345678bcdcdadcQuick Guide to API 570204
Subject questionand ChapterQuestionnumberAnswer910bc15.2Example open-book answersQuestion 1.B31.3: minimum design temperatures

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