The resulting pressure curve from two fire pumps with different pressure-flow curves, combined in parallel, is:
a. additive (resulting pressure is equal to pump pressures added together)
b. equal to the lesser pressure of the two pumps
c. equal to the greater pressure of the two pumps
d. higher than the greater pressure of the two, but less than the sum of the two
Solution | Posted 09/26/18
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