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1.

Which of the following has a very weak and negative susceptibility to


magnetic field?
a. Ferromagnetic materials
b. Diamagnetic materials
c. Paramagnetic materials
d. None of the above
2. The force required to remove the residual magnetism from the material is
called the:
a. Inverse force
b. Reciprocal force
c. Coercive force
d. Residual force
3. When all the magnetic domains are aligned, the material is said to be:
a. Magnetically saturated
b. Partially magnetized
c. Magnetically stable
d. Unmagnetized
4. An object that has a magnetic pole on one end and a second equal but
opposite magnetic pole on the other is called a:
a. Dipole
b. Inductor
c. Capacitor
d. A ferromagnetic material
5. Since all matter is composed of atoms:
a. All parts can be tested with MPI if they are heated to their curie temperature
b. All materials can be tested with a MPI regardless of temperature
c. All materials are affected in some way by a magnetic field
d. None of the above
6. Magnetic lines of force:
a. Have the same strength
b. Seek the path of least resistance
c. Decrease in density with increasing distance from the poles
d. All of the above
7. Components generally must be demagnetized because residual
magnetism can:
a. Affect machining and welding processes
b. Interfere with near by electronic components

c. Increase wear by attracting abrasive particles


d. All of the above

8. A property of a material that describes the ease with which a magnetic


flux is established in a component is called:
a. Retentivity
b. Residual magnetism
c. Coercive force
d. Permeability

9. A material with a narrower hysteresis loop has:


a. Higher residual magnetism
b. Higher permeability
c. Higher residual magnetism
d. Higher retentivity
10 The number of magnetic lines of force cutting thorugh a plane of a
given area at a right angle is known as the:
a. Magnetic flux leakage
b. Magnetic flux density
c. Magnetic ampere
d. None of the above
11. The best detection of defects occurs:
a. When the magnetic field is 10% beyond its saturation point
b. When the hysteresis loop shifts from positive to negative
c. When the lines of magnetic force are parallel to the longest dimension of the
defect
d. When the lines of magnetic force are perpendicular to the longest dimension of
the defect
12. The amount of reverse magnetic field which must be applied to a
magnetic material to reduce the magnetic flux to zero is called:
a. Retentivity
b. Residual magnetism
c. Coercive force
d. Permeability
13. When the magnetizing current is stopped, a ferromagnetic material will:
a. remain magnetically saturated

b. become demagnetized
c. retain a residual magnetic field within the component
d. None of the above
14. A material is considered demagnetized when:
a. Its residual magnetic field measures less than 5 gauss
b. It no longer produces an indication
c. It's no longer attracted to a magnet
d. Its residual magnetic field measures less than 3 gauss

15. The area where the exit poles are concentrated is called the magnets:
a. South pole
b. North pole
c. Dipole
d. Flux density
16. Magnetic particle inspection has several advantages over liquid
penetrant inspection which include:
a. Components with thin coatings can be inspected without removing the coating
b. Components can be inspected more rapidly
c. The technique is more portable
d. Both A and B

17. The opposition that a ferromagnetic material shows to the


establishment of a magnetic field is called:
a. Retentivity
b. Reluctance
c. Coercive force
d. Permeability

18. A longitudinal magnetic field has magnetic lines of force that run:
a. Parallel to the long axis of the part
b. 90 degrees to the long axis of the part
c. Transverse to the long axis of the part
d. Opposite the waveform of the magnetic particle machine used
19. A material with a wider hysteresis loop has:

a. Lower permeability
b. Higher retentivity
c. Higher coercivity
d. All of the above
20. Magnetic lines of force:
a. Form closed loops from pole to pole
b. Will shift 180 degrees when a direct current is applied
c. Were discovered by Wilhelm Hurst
d. None of the above
21. When a magnetic field cuts across a crack:
a. Electrons begin jumping back and forth across the crack
b. The crack begins to heat up
c. Magnetic poles form at the edges of the crack
d. All of the above

22. When testing parts with magnetic particles, it is best to magnetize the
part:
a. In two directions at right angles to each other
b. With AC whenever possible
c. With DC whenever possible
d. With an amperage of at least 1000 amps

23. A circular magnetic field has lines of force that run:


a. Parallel to the long axis of the part
b. 90 degrees to the long axis of the part
c. Circumferentially around the perimeter of the part
d. Opposite the waveform of the magnetic particle machine used
24. A hysteresis loop shows the relationship between the:
a. Induced magnetic flux density and the magnetizing force
b. Induced magnetic flux density and the electron force
c. Electron flow and magnetic field strength
d. Flux density and number of coil turns

25. A yoke establishes a magnetic field:


a. That can be constant or pulsed

b. Between the north and south poles of the yoke


c. Equally in all directions around the poles
d. Both A and B
26. When performing a magnetic particle test with a coil, the part should be
placed:
a. Along the outside edge the coil
b. Along the inside edge of the coil
c. Centered in the coil
d. None of the above
27. A current carrying conductor induces a magnetic field:
a. By direct induction
b. That is longitudinal
c. That is circular
d. By magnostriction
28. Magnetic particle inspection can be performed on parts made from
which materials?
a. Iron, nickel, copper
b. Iron, nickel, cobalt
c. Nickel, cobalt, copper
d. Iron only
29. The unit of Measure of one line of flux per square centimeter is one.
a. Oersted
b. Ohm
c. Gauss
d. Ampere
30. The lifting power of AC yoke according to ASME Sec V.
a. 10 lb (4.5 Kgs) at maximum pole spacing
b. 40 lb (18 Kgs) at maximum pole spacing
c. 20 lb (9 Kgs) at maximum pole spacing
d. none
31. The magnetic flux density that remains in the material when the
magnetizing force is zero is called:
a. Retentivity
b. Residual magnetism
c. Coercive force
d. Permeability
32. Materials can be demagnetized by:

a. Heating above thier curie temperature


b. Subjecting the component to a reversing and decreasing magnetic field
c. Both A and B
d. None of the above
33. The use of prods is sometimes restricted because:
a. They produce a relatively weak field
b. There is a potential for arcing that could damage parts
c. It is not possible to control the field orientation
d. None of the above
34. Multidirectional inspection equipment:
a. Provides a more sensitive inspection
b. Provices a less sensitive inspection
c. Can be used without the need for QQIs
d. Reduces inspection time
35. Dry magnetic particles:
a. Cannot be reused
b. Come in only one color
c. Are all of uniform size
d. None of the above
36. The central conductor technique is sometimes used because it:
a. Allows large diameter circular parts to be completely inspected with one
application of the magnetizing force
b. Produces a longitudinal field in circular parts
c. Establishes a magnetic field that extends from the ID to the OD of a circular
part
d. None of the above
37. Ferromagnetic materials are made up of small polarized regions known
as:
a. Photons
b. Quarks
c. Electrons
d. Domains
38. When using both a circular and longitudinal magnetic field, the circular
field is usually established first because:
a. It is more difficult to establish a circular field
b. It is easier to flip the domains of a circular field to a longitudinal field
c. It is easier to measure a longitudinal field
d. None of the above
39. Inspecting a part by magnetizing, removing the current flow, then

applying the medium is called the.


a.
b.
c.
d.

Continous method
Wet method
Residual method
Dry Method

40. Half wave rectified AC (HWDC) is used for detection of:


a. Surface
b. subsurface
c. Surface & sub surface
d. none