### 12 - Applying proportional pressure in water boosting systems

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1 In the example provided, what is the annual power consumption when operating in constant pressure mode?

2 What characterises linear proportional pressure control?

3 In the example provided, what is the specific pressure loss of the pipework?

4 What is a key characteristic for static pressure losses?

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Q: In the example provided, what is the annual power consumption when operating in constant pressure mode?
A: 19,000 kWh
02: 25,100 kWh
03: 29,100 kWh 01.
Q: In the example provided, what is the annual power consumption when operating in constant pressure mode?
A: 25,100 kWh 01.
Q: In the example provided, what is the annual power consumption when operating in constant pressure mode?
A: 29,100 kWh
01: 19,000 kWh
02: 25,100 kWh 02.
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: Static pressure loss and required pressure loss at the tap
01: Static pressure loss and required pressure loss at the tap Your answer
02: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate
03: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow
04: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure 02.
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate 02.
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow
01: Static pressure loss and required pressure loss at the tap
02: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate
03: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow Your answer
04: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure 02.
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure
01: Static pressure loss and required pressure loss at the tap
02: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate
03: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow
04: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure Your answer 03.
Q: In the example provided, what is the specific pressure loss of the pipework?
A: 0,50 kPa per meter of pipe
02: 0,50 m per meter of pipe
03: 450pa/m 03.
Q: In the example provided, what is the specific pressure loss of the pipework?
A: 0,50 m per meter of pipe
01: 0,50 kPa per meter of pipe
03: 450pa/m 03.
Q: In the example provided, what is the specific pressure loss of the pipework?
A: 450pa/m 04.
Q: What is a key characteristic for static pressure losses?
A: They are independent from the flow rate 04.
Q: What is a key characteristic for static pressure losses?
A: They are closely connected to dynamic pressure losses
01: They are independent from the flow rate 