Our 13 Classes (all of them are required) cover the subjects on the Part B exam. If your purchase the package price is = $395. you will receive the following classes:
Terms used on all exam questions are covered in our class - 4 Terms & Symbols
Procedure and welder qualifications are covered in our class - - 5 Documents
Metric conversions are required on the Part B exam and are covered in our class - -- 6 Metric
Mechanical Test and Properties is covered in our class - ------------ 7 Metallurgy
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - Intro
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - VT
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - PT
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - MT
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - RT
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - ET
NDE is covered in our class - 8 NDE - UT
Inspection tools and discontinuities (plastic sample training)is covered in our class - 10 Practical exam training
Sample Part B (Practical Exam) is class - 11. Practical Exam
Do not memorize the questions and answers. You need to know the subject matter.
You will get different questions on the real AWS CWI Part B Exam.
You need to know the subject matter.
Terms & Symbols (42 questions)
Documents (34 questions)
Metric (20 questions)
Metallurgy (71 questions)
NDE – Intro (no questions – reference only)
NDE – VT (7 questions)
NDE – PT (11 questions)
NDE – MT (21 questions)
NDE – RT (6 questions)
NDE – ET (6 questions)
NDE – UT (6 questions)
Practical exam training (37 questions)
And at the end a Practical Exam with 89 questions.
This is a total of 350 questions – you will have only 46 questions on the real CWI Part B Exam.
Answers to your questions:
Why is the maximum allowable convexity for a weld of 11/16 actual width 3/16 and not 1/8? Part B book says W>5/16in To W<1in max="" convexity="" 1="" 8in="" span="">
Question has a Type-O - should be 1 1/16” not 11/16”
How would I get the answer to the following:
A welder has been qualified for groove welding using a 12 in. schedule 80 pipe test coupon in the 2G position.
Is the welder qualified for the welding of 4 in. schedule 80 pipe?
Part B Book of Specifications - APPENDIX XI Page 13 – Table 2 (test on pipe & tubing):
Answer is yes but not in the 5G or 6G position
I doubt you have a question concerning this, however K = Kelvin:
1 degree Fahrenheit = 255.9278 degrees Kelvin
1 degree Kelvin = -457.866 degrees Fahrenheit
1 degree Celsius = 274.15 degrees Kelvin
1 degree Kelvin = -272.15 degrees Celsius
“A tensile strength of 65,000 psi is approximately equal to:”
A.) 448,000 Pa
B.) 48,000,000 Pa (THIS IS A TYPE-O, should read 448,000,000)
C.) 448 MPa
D.) A and B above
E.) B and C above
Correct answer is E. (B & C above)