6 questions Intermediate

### 1 - Life Cycle Cost

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Question 1 of 6 Intermediate

In the case story, which system is the most expensive?

Question 2 of 6 Intermediate

What is the average payback time of installing a system with variable speed pumps?

Question 3 of 6 Intermediate

What are the three most important factors for a life cycle cost calculation for commercial buildings?

Question 4 of 6 Intermediate

In which systems can the calculated proportional differential pressure mode be used?

Question 5 of 6 Intermediate

What does LCC stand for?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

Which element is the most expensive of them all?

Question 6 of 6 Intermediate

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A: A system with constant flow and a single constant speed pump Q: In the case story, which system is the most expensive?
A: A variable flow system with a single constant speed pump
01: A system with constant flow and a single constant speed pump
02: A variable flow system with a single constant speed pump Your answer
03: A one pump system with variable flow and variable pump speed where the pump is put into calculated proportional differential pressure mode Q: In the case story, which system is the most expensive?
A: A one pump system with variable flow and variable pump speed where the pump is put into calculated proportional differential pressure mode
01: A system with constant flow and a single constant speed pump
02: A variable flow system with a single constant speed pump
03: A one pump system with variable flow and variable pump speed where the pump is put into calculated proportional differential pressure mode Your answer Q: What is the average payback time of installing a system with variable speed pumps?
A: Less than a year
02: 1-2 years
03: 2-3 years Q: What is the average payback time of installing a system with variable speed pumps?
A: 1-2 years Q: What is the average payback time of installing a system with variable speed pumps?
A: 2-3 years
01: Less than a year
02: 1-2 years Q: What are the three most important factors for a life cycle cost calculation for commercial buildings?
A: Initial cost, operating cost and environmental cost
02: Initial cost, maintenance cost and energy cost
03: Initial cost, energy cost and downtime costInitial cost, energy cost and downtime cost Q: What are the three most important factors for a life cycle cost calculation for commercial buildings?
A: Initial cost, maintenance cost and energy cost Q: What are the three most important factors for a life cycle cost calculation for commercial buildings?
A: Initial cost, energy cost and downtime costInitial cost, energy cost and downtime cost
01: Initial cost, operating cost and environmental cost
02: Initial cost, maintenance cost and energy cost
03: Initial cost, energy cost and downtime costInitial cost, energy cost and downtime cost Your answer Q: In which systems can the calculated proportional differential pressure mode be used?
A: In systems where measurement of the differential pressure in the system is not an option and where the valve authority is more than 50%
01: In systems where measurement of the differential pressure in the system is not an option and where the valve authority is more than 50% Your answer
02: In systems where measurement of the differential pressure in the system is not an option and where the valve authority is below 50%
03: In systems where the differential pressure is measured in the system and where the valve authority is below 50% Q: In which systems can the calculated proportional differential pressure mode be used?
A: In systems where measurement of the differential pressure in the system is not an option and where the valve authority is below 50% Q: In which systems can the calculated proportional differential pressure mode be used?
A: In systems where the differential pressure is measured in the system and where the valve authority is below 50%
01: In systems where measurement of the differential pressure in the system is not an option and where the valve authority is more than 50%
02: In systems where measurement of the differential pressure in the system is not an option and where the valve authority is below 50%
03: In systems where the differential pressure is measured in the system and where the valve authority is below 50% Your answer Q: What does LCC stand for?
A: Life Cycle Cost Q: What does LCC stand for?
A: Long Cycle Cost
01: Life Cycle Cost
03: Life Cycle Circumstances Q: What does LCC stand for?
A: Life Cycle Circumstances
01: Life Cycle Cost
02: Long Cycle Cost Q: Which element is the most expensive of them all?
A: Initial cost  