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140L - An Introduction to Deep Well Turbine Pumps

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Question 1 of 4 Basic

Of the following, which does the actual work of moving the water?

Question 2 of 4 Basic

Bowl lateral clearance is sometimes displayed on the pump curve to help account for:

Question 3 of 4 Basic

One advantage of the electronic curve over the hard-copy curve is that the electronic version has already accounted for the effect of a limited number of stages when displaying head, efficiency, and Brake Horsepower.

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Q: Of the following, which does the actual work of moving the water?
A: Bowl assembly
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Q: Bowl lateral clearance is sometimes displayed on the pump curve to help account for:
A: Lineshaft stretch
Correct
Q: One advantage of the electronic curve over the hard-copy curve is that the electronic version has already accounted for the effect of a limited number of stages when displaying head, efficiency, and Brake Horsepower.
A: True
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Q: Efficiency derating values are displayed on the curve in order to help account for:
A: Performance with a small number of stages