Chapter 15

  1. ______ ______ are leak proof containers that have an internal or external operating pressure.
    a. Pressure vessels
    b. Fired boilers
    c. Fractionation towers
    d. Milk catons
    Pressure vessels
  2. An unfired pressure vessel is a container having a design pressure between ____ kPa and 20685 kPa and does not contian an intergal source of heat.
    a. 0
    b. 103
    c. 1000
    d. 1500
    103
  3. The ____________ is responsible for performing the design calculations and making them available to the inspectors for the jurisdiction and owner.
    a. designer
    b. operator
    c. manufacturer
    d. welder
    manufacturer
  4. In accordance with provincial regulations, the _____ is generally responsible for ensuring that equipment has been inspected by a jurisdiction inspector before it is placed into service.
    a. designer
    b. operator
    c. manufacturer
    d. owner
    owner
  5. The ___________ standard takes precedence over the ASME Code, if a conflict exists.
    a. CSA B-51
    b. CSA B-52
    c. Inspectors
    d. Owners
    CSA B-51
  6. Once the construction of the pressure vessel has been completed, the manufacturer attaches a ___________ to the vessel and completes and certifies the vessel data report.
    a. pressure
    b. nameplate
    c. seal
    d. signature
    nameplate
  7. The official Code “U” symbol can only be applied to vessels that have been _________.
    a. manufactured
    b. inspected
    c. hydro-tested
    d. purchased
    inspected
  8. The Code symbol, and the __________ , shall be stamped on the nameplate.
    a. vessel’s
    b. Owner’s
    c. manufacturer’s serial number
    d. welder’s
    manufacturer’s serial number
  9. The ___________ must be permanently applied to the vessel.
    a. pressure
    b. nameplate
    c. seal
    d. signature
    nameplate
  10. Pressure welders, following a qualified ________ procedure that has been accepted by the jurisdiction, must do the welding.
    a. testing
    b. welding
    c. design
    d. erecting
    welding
  11. Loads caused by piping and equipment attached to the pressure vessel is transferred to the vessel by nozzles
    a. True
    b. False
    true
  12. In order for the nozzle to support the applied loads, _____________ may be required.
    a. retesting
    b. reinforcement
    c. supports
    d. welding
    reinforcement
  13. The _____ Code uses area replacement as the basis for reinforcement calculations.
    a. CSA – B51
    b. CSA – B52
    c. ASME
    d. Welders
    ASME
  14. Area replacement means that, to adequately reinforce the vessel to compensate for the area of material removed, an equal amount of material must be attached to the vessel near the opening.
    a. True
    b. False
    true
  15. It is standard practice to ________ an opening with the same cross-sectional area that was removed.
    a. make
    b. reinforce
    c. cut
    d. replace
    reinforce
  16. The ASME Code specifies that the size of an elliptical manhole must not be less than ____ mm x ____ mm.
    a. 200, 800
    b. 100, 1000
    c. 305, 406???
    d. 500, 1000
    e. 300mm X 400mm
    300mm X 400mm
  17. Circular manholes must not be less than ____ mm, inside diameter.
    a. 560
    b. 406??
    c. 1000
    d. 350
    e. 400mm
    400mm
  18. Design pressure is:
    a. a higher pressure than the operating pressure and is used to determine the minimum required thickness for the pressure vessel.
    b. the minimum required pressure.
    c. equal to the operating pressure.
    d. 1.5 times the maximum working pressure.
    a higher pressure than the operating pressure and is used to determine the minimum required thickness for the pressure vessel
  19. Design thickness is:
    a. design thickness that is commercially available in the material chosen to build the vessel.
    b. the minimum required thickness plus the corrosion allowance.
    c. Thickness of the vessel heads.
    d. Thickness around the manholes.
    the minimum required thickness plus the corrosion allowance
  20. “Maximum allowable working pressure” (MAWP) is determined by the ________ element in the pressure vessel and its corresponding loading.
    a. strongest
    b. weakest
    c. largest
    d. smallest
    weakest
  21. Thermo loads are:
    a. Loads, caused by piping and equipment attached to the pressure vessel are transferred to the vessel, by nozzles.
    b. loads are transient and, when they occur, can result in the production of vibratory forces.
    c. The design temperature for a vessel is the expected normal operating temperature, with some factor of safety included.
    d. Pressure vessels located outdoors have additional stresses imposed by wind.
    The design temperature for a vessel is the expected normal operating temperature, with some factor of safety included
  22. Attachment loads are:
    a. Loads, caused by piping and equipment attached to the pressure vessel are transferred to the vessel, by nozzles.
    b. Loads are transient and, when they occur, can result in the production of vibratory forces.
    c. The design temperature for a vessel is the expected normal operating temperature, with some factor of safety included.
    d. Pressure vessels located outdoors have additional stresses imposed by wind.
    Loads, caused by piping and equipment attached to the pressure vessel are transferred to the vessel, by nozzles
  23. Wind loads are:
    a. Loads, caused by piping and equipment attached to the pressure vessel are transferred to the vessel, by nozzles.
    b. Loads are transient and, when they occur, can result in the production of vibratory forces.
    c. The design temperature for a vessel is the expected normal operating temperature, with some factor of safety included.
    d. Pressure vessels located outdoors have additional stresses imposed by wind.
    Pressure vessels located outdoors have additional stresses imposed by wind
  24. Seismic loads are:
    a. Loads, caused by piping and equipment attached to the pressure vessel are transferred to the vessel, by nozzles.
    b. Loads are transient and, when they occur, can result in the production of vibratory forces.
    c. The design temperature for a vessel is the expected normal operating temperature, with some factor of safety included.
    d. Pressure vessels located outdoors have additional stresses imposed by wind.
    Loads are transient and, when they occur, can result in the production of vibratory forces
  25. To be prepared for all situations that may arise, an _________ must have a complete knowledge of all components, their design, purpose, limitations and relationship to the other components.
    a. Inspector
    b. Operator
    c. Owner
    d. Manufacturer
    Operator
  26. Routine _________ is the key to maximizing the production and life of pressure vessel(s).
    a. testing
    b. operations
    c. shutdowns
    d. maintenance
    maintenance
  27. _________ testing involves the pressurization of a vessel with a compressible gas, such as air or nitrogen, to determine if any leaks are present
    a. Hydrostatic
    b. Pneumatic
    c. Radiography
    d. Magparticle
    Pneumatic
  28. The primary hazard in _______ testing is the amount of energy stored in the compressed gas during the test.
    a. Hydrostatic
    b. Pneumatic
    c. Radiography
    d. Magparticle
    Pneumatic
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