4 questions Basic

### The Basic Pump Curve Course

This course test contains 4 questions and can be retaken at any time.

You must answer all questions correctly to pass the test and complete the course.

Question 1 of 4 Basic

1 What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?

Question 2 of 4 Basic

2 In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?

Question 3 of 4 Basic

3 What does a P2-curve measure?

Question 4 of 4 Basic

4 What characterises a flat curve?

Question 4 of 4 Basic

# Test results

Congratulations. You have passed the test and completed the The Basic Pump Curve Course

Sorry. You did not pass the The Basic Pump Curve Course test this time 01.
Q: What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?
A: It decreases
02: It remains the same
03: It increases as well 01.
Q: What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?
A: It remains the same
01: It decreases
03: It increases as well 01.
Q: What happens to the flow when the NPSH value increases?
A: It increases as well 02.
Q: In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?
A: Pressure and flow
03: Flow and pressure 02.
Q: In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure? 02.
Q: In their simplest forms, what do pump curves measure?
A: Flow and pressure
01: Pressure and flow 03.
Q: What does a P2-curve measure?
A: The relation between the power supplied and the power used
01: The relation between the power supplied and the power used Your answer
02: The relation between a pump’s power consumption and flow 03.
Q: What does a P2-curve measure?
A: The relation between a pump’s power consumption and flow 03.
Q: What does a P2-curve measure?
01: The relation between the power supplied and the power used
02: The relation between a pump’s power consumption and flow 04.
Q: What characterises a flat curve?
A: When there are small changes in head resulting in large changes in flow 04.
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 