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Liquid Penetrant Testing

Liquid Penetrant Testing Quiz-1

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The time period during which penetrant remains on the surface of the test piece is called:

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Penetrants may be applied to the surface of part by :

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The act of determining the cause of an indication is called

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In the solvent removable penetrant process, excess penetrant is removed with:

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Correct developer coating thickness is indicated by:

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Penetrant testing is limited by its inability to test which of the following materials:

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The penetrant process best suited to use on parts with rough surfaces is:

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How is the size of a liquid penetrant indication usually related to the discontinuity it

represents:

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Which penetrant process is best suited to detect shallow discontinuities?

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Liquid penetrant testing is based on the principle of:

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Liquid Penetrant Testing Quiz-2

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A hydrometer is used to measure:

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Visible, solvent removable penetrants are most advantageous for:

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For adequate test results, the black light used in fluorescent penetrant examination should provide what minimum black light intensity at the test surface?

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What minimum warm-up time is required for acceptable performance of a mercury Vapour arc black light?

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Which of the following penetrants contains an emulsifying agent?

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What type of solvent removers may be used with a solvent removable penetrant?

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Which of the following is a prerequisite for a penetrant test?

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Which of the following types of pre-cleaning processes may be used for liquid penetrant testing?

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What is the likely result of incomplete removal of all excess penetrant from the test piece surface?

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What is the preferred pre-cleaning process for removal of oil and grease :

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Liquid Penetrant Testing Quiz-3

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The time period during which penetrant remains on the surface of the test piece is called:

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Excess penetrant removal is a two step process with which of the following penetrant methods?

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A developer aids penetrant bleed out because of:

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In the solvent removable penetrant process, excess penetrant is removed with:

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Water based wet developer is applied:

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Which of the following is a function of a developer

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Which of the following is a function of a developer?

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Which of the following developers is applied before the drying operation?

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The most sensitive type of developer for the detection of fine discontinuities is:

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Which of the following is the most sensitive developer in descending order?

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