Specific topics covered throughout the pages of this informational and helpful guide include:
Reading maps, charts, and gridsDead reckoningRadio aid fixing and radio navigationCelestial concepts and special celestial techniquesComputing altitudePressure pattern navigationAnd much more!Additional information can also be found in the four included and up-to-date appendixes. This includes a listing of references and supporting information used in this publication; mathematical formulas to use as an aid in preflight and in-flight computations; chart and navigation symbols; and a Celestial Computation Sheet.
Q. 240. Smaller diameter wire. Although the most common diameters of welding wire are ____” and ____”, a smaller diameter wire usually will make it easier to create a good weld.
a. .035 to .045
b. .025 to .045
c. .015 to .035
d. .045 to .025
Exp: Smaller diameter wire. Although the most common diameters of welding wire are .045” and .035”, a smaller diameter wire usually will make it easier to create a good weld.
Q. 241 This is a good recommendation for thinner materials; but be careful using this approach on thicker materials ______” because there may be a risk of lack of fusion.
b. < 3/16
c. > 3/15
d. < 3/15
Exp: This is a good recommendation for thinner materials; but be careful using this approach on thicker materials >3/16” because there may be a risk of lack of fusion.
Q. 242. For most casual welders, a good rule of thumb to assure high quality welding is to change the tip after ever _____ lbs. of wire. Another point to remember about contact tips is that they should always be threaded completely into the gas diffuser and tightened prior to welding to give a smooth flow of welding current.
Exp: For most casual welders, a good rule of thumb to assure high quality welding is to change the tip after ever 100 lbs. of wire.
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