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Parameters which are too _______ may cause slag to be trapped in the weld.

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Parameters which are too _______ may cause slag to be trapped in the weld.

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low

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If the ____________ is too high in self-shielded electrodes the result may be porosity.

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If the ____________ is too high in self-shielded electrodes the result may be porosity.

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voltage

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If the ____________ is too high in self-shielded electrodes the result may be porosity.

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The recommended electrode extension for gas-shielded flux core arc welding is:

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The recommended electrode extension for gas-shielded flux core arc welding is:

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  inch

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The recommended electrode extension for gas-shielded flux core arc welding is:

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An acceptable flaw is called a:

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An acceptable flaw is called a:

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discontinuity

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An acceptable flaw is called a:

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discontinuity

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Too high an arc ___________ can result in excessive spatter and wide, flat, irregularly shaped weld beads.

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Too high an arc ___________ can result in excessive spatter and wide, flat, irregularly shaped weld beads.

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voltage

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An indentation in the crater of a weld caused for too fluid of weld pool and/or not filling the crater is called:

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An indentation in the crater of a weld caused for too fluid of weld pool and/or not filling the crater is called:

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shrinkage void

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An indentation in the crater of a weld caused for too fluid of weld pool and/or not filling the crater is called:

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shrinkage void

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A visible crack running in the same direction as the weld is called ________________.

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A visible crack running in the same direction as the weld is called ________________.

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longitudinal crack

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A visible crack running in the same direction as the weld is called ________________.

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longitudinal crack

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The ability of an electrode to transfer current is known as:

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The ability of an electrode to transfer current is known as:

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ionization potential

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The ability of an electrode to transfer current is known as:

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ionization potential

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A visible crack running across a weld (perpendicular) is called:

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A visible crack running across a weld (perpendicular) is called:

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transverse crack

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A visible crack running across a weld (perpendicular) is called:

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transverse crack

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Insufficient electrode extension may result in:

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electrode fused to contact tip and/or nozzle dragged in weld pool

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Insufficient electrode extension may result in:

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electrode fused to contact tip and/or nozzle dragged in weld pool

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What causes a weld pool to lack the ability to wet out?

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What causes a weld pool to lack the ability to wet out?

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surface tension

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What causes a weld pool to lack the ability to wet out?

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surface tension

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The ability of an electrode to carry current is known as:

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The ability of an electrode to carry current is known as:

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current density

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The ability of an electrode to carry current is known as:

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Insufficient current produces large droplet transfer and excessive ____________.

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Insufficient current produces large droplet transfer and excessive ____________.

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spatter

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Insufficient current produces large droplet transfer and excessive ____________.

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