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

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What determines the required head or pressure of the pump?

What characterises linear proportional pressure control?

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

In the example provided, how much energy is saved by operating the water boosting system in proportional pressure control mode?

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Q: What determines the required head or pressure of the pump?
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: Static and dynamic pressure losses as well as required pressure at the tap.
03: Dynamic pressure loss as well as required pressure at the tap
Q: What determines the required head or pressure of the pump?
A: Static and dynamic pressure losses as well as required pressure at the tap.
Q: What determines the required head or pressure of the pump?
A: Dynamic pressure loss as well as required pressure at the tap
01: Static pressure loss and required pressure loss at the tap
02: Static and dynamic pressure losses as well as required pressure at the tap.
03: Dynamic pressure loss as well as required pressure at the tap Your answer
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow
01: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate
02: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow Your answer
03: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure
Q: What characterises linear proportional pressure control?
A: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure
01: The booster pump adapts its performance in accordance to the flow rate
02: The booster pump provides a constant pressure regardless of the flow
03: The booster pump provides a flow rate according to the needed pressure Your answer
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
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
Q: In the example provided, what is the specific pressure loss of the pipework?
A: 450pa/m
Q: In the example provided, how much energy is saved by operating the water boosting system in proportional pressure control mode?
A: More than 15%