AWS CWI Questions and Answers (Module 3)

There’s no Module of Code & Standards in 2000 version

The Below Nine (9) Questions are model of 2018 version

Module 3: CODE & STANDARDS

Q3-1 Job quality requirements can be found in all but which of the following?
a. codes
b. standards
c. specifications
d. text books
e. a&b only

Q3-2 Of the following documents, which may be considered a “standard”?
a. codes
b. specifications
c. recommended practices
d. a and b above
e. all of the above

Q3-3 The type of document which has legal status is:
a. code
b. standard
c. specification
d. both a and b above
e. all of the above

Q3-4 That type of document which describes the requirements for a particular object or component is referred to as:
a. code
b. standard
c. specification
d. a and b above
e. b and c above

Q3-5 Of the following types of documents, which is the more general type. In fact, the other documents could be considered as more specific types of this classification.
a. codes
b. standards
c. specifications
d. drawings
e. none of the above

Q3-6 The code which covers the welding of steel structures is:
a. ASME Section IX
b. ANSI B31.1
c. API 1104
d. AWS D 1.1
e. none of the above

Q3-7 The code which covers the design and fabrication of unfired pressure vessels is:
a. ASME Section IX
b. ASME Section VIII
c. ASME Section III
d. API 1104
e. AWS D 1.1

Q3-8 The specification covering the requirements for welding electrodes are designated as:
a. AWS Dl.X
b. AWS D14.X
c. AWS A5.X
d. ASTM A53
e. ASTM A36

Q3-9 The standard describing the requirements for welding of crosscountry pipelines is:
a. AWS D 1.1
b. ASME Section VIII
c. ASME Section IX
d. API 1104
e. none of the above

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