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### 76 - The Basic Pump Curve Course

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Question 1 of 6 Basic

What do pump curves help you do?

Question 2 of 6 Basic

In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?

Question 3 of 6 Basic

What characterises a flat curve?

Question 4 of 6 Basic

What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?

Question 5 of 6 Basic

When selecting a pump for variable flow, what's imperative?

Question 6 of 6 Basic

Why will pumps with a constant duty point soon be a thing of the past?

Question 6 of 6 Basic

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Q: What do pump curves help you do?
A: They help you identify and select the right pump for your needs
Q: What do pump curves help you do?
A: They give you the pump’s technical specifications
01: They help you identify and select the right pump for your needs
02: They give you the pump’s technical specifications Your answer
Q: In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?
A: Pressure and flow
02: Flow and head
03: Flow and pressure
Q: In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?
A: Flow and head
Q: In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?
A: Flow and pressure
01: Pressure and flow
02: Flow and head
Q: What characterises a flat curve?
A: When there are small changes in head resulting in large changes in flow
Q: What characterises a flat curve?
A: When there are large changes in head resulting in large changes in flow
01: When there are small changes in head resulting in large changes in flow
02: When there are large changes in head resulting in large changes in flow Your answer
03: When there are small changes in head resulting in small changes in flow
Q: What characterises a flat curve?
A: When there are small changes in head resulting in small changes in flow
01: When there are small changes in head resulting in large changes in flow
02: When there are large changes in head resulting in large changes in flow
03: When there are small changes in head resulting in small changes in flow Your answer
Q: What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?
A: It decreases
02: It remains the same
03: It increases as well
Q: What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?
A: It remains the same
01: It decreases
02: It remains the same Your answer
03: It increases as well
Q: What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?
A: It increases as well
Q: When selecting a pump for variable flow, what's imperative?
A: Looking for pumps which offer the best efficiency at lower more frequent flow
Q: When selecting a pump for variable flow, what's imperative?
A: Selecting a pump with the best efficiency at the peak flow
01: Looking for pumps which offer the best efficiency at lower more frequent flow
02: Selecting a pump with the best efficiency at the peak flow Your answer
03: Looking for a pump with a constant duty point
Q: When selecting a pump for variable flow, what's imperative?
A: Looking for a pump with a constant duty point
01: Looking for pumps which offer the best efficiency at lower more frequent flow
02: Selecting a pump with the best efficiency at the peak flow
03: Looking for a pump with a constant duty point Your answer
Q: Why will pumps with a constant duty point soon be a thing of the past?
A: Because duty pumps no longer operate alone
01: Because duty pumps no longer operate alone Your answer
02: Because better and smarter control valves are available
03: Beause of the use of variable speed pumps for applications with variable demand
Q: Why will pumps with a constant duty point soon be a thing of the past?
A: Because better and smarter control valves are available
01: Because duty pumps no longer operate alone
02: Because better and smarter control valves are available Your answer
03: Beause of the use of variable speed pumps for applications with variable demand
Q: Why will pumps with a constant duty point soon be a thing of the past?
A: Beause of the use of variable speed pumps for applications with variable demand