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Larry Jeffus
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305494695

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Ch. 25 - What are inclusions, and how are they caused?Ch. 25 - When does inadequate joint penetration usually...Ch. 25 - How can a notch cause incomplete fusion?Ch. 25 - How can an arc strike appear on a guided-bend...Ch. 25 - What is overlap?Ch. 25 - What is undercut?Ch. 25 - What causes crater cracks?Ch. 25 - What is underfill?Ch. 25 - What is the difference between a lamination and a...Ch. 25 - How can stress be reduced through a plate's...Ch. 25 - What would be the tensile strength in pounds per...Ch. 25 - What would be the elongation for a specimen for...Ch. 25 - How are the results of a stress test reported?Ch. 25 - What would be the transverse shear strength per...Ch. 25 - What would be the longitudinal shearing strength...Ch. 25 - What are the three methods of destructive testing...Ch. 25 - How are the specimens bent for a guided-. root-,...Ch. 25 - How wide should a specimen be if the material...Ch. 25 - Why are guidelines drawn on the surface of a...Ch. 25 - What part of a fillet weld break test is examined?Ch. 25 - What can happen if acids are handled carelessly?Ch. 25 - What information about the weld does an impact...Ch. 25 - Which nondestructive test is most commonly used?Ch. 25 - List the five steps to be followed when using a...Ch. 25 - What properties must metal have before it can be...Ch. 25 - Why will some flaws appear larger on an X-ray than...Ch. 25 - How is the size of a flaw determined using...Ch. 25 - What is the major limitation of eddy current...Ch. 25 - What information does a hardness test reveal?Ch. 25 - Why is it important to select the correct welding...

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