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A material with a wider hysteresis loop has:

Higher reluctance
Higher permeability
Lower retentivity
All of the above
Since all matter is composed of atoms:
All parts can be tested with MPI if they are heated to their curie
temperature
All materials can be tested with a MPI regardless of temperature
All materials are affected in some way by a magnetic field
None of the above
Faradays Law of Magnetic Induction states that:
The flow of electrons can be used to generate a magnetic field
The magnetic forces of the material's electrons will be affected by an
external magnetic field
Iron filings can be used to produce an indication of a flaw
Flux leakage is the byproduct of magnetic fields when testing aluminum
alloys.
A material with a narrower hysteresis loop has:

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Higher permeability
Lower retentivity
Lower coercivity
All of the above

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A circular magnetic field has lines of force that run:


Parallel to the long axis of the part
90 degrees to the long axis of the part
Circumferentially around the perimeter of the part
Opposite the waveform of the magnetic particle machine used

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Which of the following has a large susceptibility to magnetic


field?
Ferromagnetic materials
Diamagnetic materials
Paramagnetic materials
None of the above

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When a ferromagnetic material is in a unmagnetized state, the


domains are:
Aligned in a north and south direction
Aligned in a east and west direction
Randomly organized

Balanced to produce a gauss rating of 2


The magnetic flux density that remains in the material when the
magnetizing force is zero is called:
Retentivity
Residual magnetism
Coercive force
Permeability

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A property of a material that describes the ease with which a


magnetic flux is established in a component is called:
Retentivity
Residual magnetism
Coercive force
Permeability

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A material with a narrower hysteresis loop has:


Higher reluctance
Lower coercivity

Higher retentivity

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All of the above


When performing a magnetic particle test with a coil, the part
should be placed:
Along the outside edge the coil
Along the inside edge of the coil
Centered in the coil

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None of the above


The force required to remove the residual magnetism from the
material is called the:
Inverse force
Reciprocal force
Coercive force

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Residual force
A material with a wider hysteresis loop has:
Lower reluctance
Lower residual magnetism
Higher residual magnetism
Higher premeability

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The opposition that a ferromagnetic material shows to the


establishment of a magnetic field is called:
Retentivity
Reluctance
Coercive force

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Permeability
A material with a wider hysteresis loop has:
Lower permeability
Higher retentivity
Higher coercivity

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All of the above


Which type of current flows continuously in one direction at a
constant voltage?
Direct current
Alternating current
Rectified alternating current
Half wave rectified alternating current

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The central conductor technique is sometimes used because it:


Allows large diameter circular parts to be completely inspected
with one application of the magnetizing force
Produces a longitudinal field in circular parts
Establishes a magnetic field that extends from the ID to the OD
of a circular part

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None of the above


Dry magnetic particles:
Cannot be reused
Come in only one color
Are all of uniform size
None of the above

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When using both a circular and longitudinal magnetic field, the


circular field is usually established first because:
It is more difficult to establish a circular field
It is easier to flip the domains of a circular field to a longitudinal
field
It is easier to measure a longitudinal field
None of the above