# CSWIP 3.1: Question with Answer and Explanation – Part 8

## CSWIP 3.1 QUESTION AND ANSWER SERIES

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1) A drawing with symbols to BS EN 22553 will show a 5mm leg filler by which of the following:

a = Design throat thickness

s = Depth of Penetration, Throat   thickness

z = Leg length(min material thickness)

a = (0.7 x z)

2) Which of the following joint designs is preferred in cyclic loading condition?

We need to know:

• The effect of a change in section ( thickness / welding cap / welding toe ), where it can be seen that the stress is locally raised at the weld toe. The illustration shows a bead-on-plate run but a full penetration weld will show the same behaviour.
• In addition, misalignment and/or distortion of the joint will cause the applied stress to be further increased, perhaps by introducing bending in the component, further reducing the expected fatigue life. A poorly shaped weld cap with a sharp transition between the weld and the parent metal will also have an adverse effect on fatigue performance.
• Fatigue cracks generally start at changes in section or notches where the stress is raised locally and, as a general rule, the sharper the notch the shorter the fatigue life – one reason why cracks are so damaging.

So, the welding cap to be removed when cyclic loading condition is an issue.

“a” lack off penetration issue

“b” weld cap to be removes as above explanation

“c” at root pass maybe has some undercut –> stress concentrating.

3) The number 111 is shown at the tail-end of a weld symbol reference line. According to BS EN ISO 22553, what does this number indicate?

4) According to EN 22553, if the symbol is on the identification line, where does the weld go?

5) According to AWS 2.4, where does the symbol go for welding on the arrow side?

6) Asymmetrical weld symbols to EN 22553 are:

7) While making a symbol for a symmetrical fillet weld ______________________________

8) Which of the following is normally true?

• The ultimate tensile strength in N/mm2, p.s.i or Mpa
• Impact Energy Joules: J
• Heat input: kJ/mm
• Diffusible Hydrogen ( ml/100g ): example – Cellulosic electrodes: hydrogen content is 80-90 ml/100 g of weld metal.

9) An effective weld metal volume reduction can be achieved …

10) The typical included angle used for MMA welding of a 15mm thick steel single “V” butt joint is most likely to be:

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