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### 102L - Centrifugal Pump Theory

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**Q:**Match the theory to the pump: Used to produce continuous flows

**A:**Dynamic / Centrifugal

**Q:**Match the theory to the pump: Used to produce continuous flows

**A:**Positive Displacement

**01:**Dynamic / Centrifugal

**02:**Positive Displacement Your answer

**Q:**As the velocity in the volute decreases what happens to the pressure?

**A:**Stays the same

**01:**Stays the same Your answer

**02:**Decreases also

**03:**Increases

**Q:**As the velocity in the volute decreases what happens to the pressure?

**A:**Decreases also

**01:**Stays the same

**02:**Decreases also Your answer

**03:**Increases

**Q:**As the velocity in the volute decreases what happens to the pressure?

**A:**Increases

**Q:**Match the theory to the pump: Flow is independent of head

**A:**Dynamic / Centrifugal

**01:**Dynamic / Centrifugal Your answer

**02:**Positive Displacement

**Q:**Match the theory to the pump: Flow is independent of head

**A:**Positive Displacement