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  1. There is ____ lb of water per cubic foot
    62.5
  2. There is _____ lb of water per gallon.
    8.33
  3. 1 foot of water exerts _____ psi
    0.434
  4. 1 psi raises water _____ ft
    2.304
  5. Atmospheric pressure = _____ psi at sea level
    14.7
  6. Lift = ____ x Hg (inches of mercury)
    1.13
  7. In order to measure the number of gallons in a body of water you multiply the width, length and depth of the body of water and multiply that by _____ which is the number of gallons in a cubic foot of water.
    7.5
  8. To find the GPM discharge of a smooth bore nozzle, you multiply ________.
    29.7 * nozzle diameter^2 * square root of the nozzle pressure
  9. To calculate the nozzle pressure of a smooth bore nozzle, you multiply __________.
    1.57 * nozzle diameter^2 * nozzle pressure
  10. The nozzle reaction for fog stream nozzles is ________.
    0.0505 * GPM * square root of the nozzle pressure
  11. Friction loss is calculated by multiplying the _____.
    hose diameter coefficient * (gpm/100)^2 * (length of hose in feet/100)
  12. The hose diameter coefficient for 1" is ____.
    150
  13. The hose diameter coefficient for 1.5" is ____.
    24
  14. The hose diameter coefficient for 2.5" is ____.
    2
  15. The hose diameter coefficient for 4" is ____.
    0.2
  16. Using field calculations, what is the expected pressure of a smooth bore nozzle on a handline?
    50 psi
  17. Using field calculations, what is the expected pressure of a smooth bore nozzle on a master stream?
    80 psi
  18. Using field calculations, what is the expected pressure of a standard fog nozzle?
    100 psi
  19. Using field calculations, what is the expected pressure of a low pressure fog nozzle?
    50 to 75 psi
  20. Using field calculations, what is the expected friction loss in a ladder pipe?
    25 psi
  21. Using field calculations, what is the expected friction loss in a dry stand pipe?
    25 psi
  22. Using field calculations, what is the expected friction loss in a deluge turret?
    25 psi
  23. Using field calculations, what is the expected friction loss in a FDC sprinkler system?
    150 psi
  24. Using field calculations, what is the expected friction loss in a wye, siamese or RAM flowing 350 gpm or more?
    10 psi (0 psi if under 350 gpm)
  25. If a 1" line is flowing 30 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    15 psi
  26. If a 1.5" line is flowing 30 gpm in a relay to a 1" hose, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    2 psi
  27. If a 1.5" line is flowing 60 gpm to a pair of wyed 1" lines, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    10 psi
  28. If a 1.5" line is flowing 125 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    35 psi
  29. If a 1.5" line is flowing 185 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    80 psi
  30. If a 2.5" line is flowing 125 gpm to a 1.5" line, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    5 psi
  31. If a 2.5" line is flowing 200 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    10 psi
  32. If a 2.5" line is flowing 250 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    15 psi
  33. If a 2.5" line is flowing 300 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    20 psi
  34. If a 2.5" line is flowing 400 gpm to a RAN with a NP at 50 psi, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    30 psi
  35. If a 2.5" line is flowing 500 gpm to a RAN with a NP at 75 psi, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    50 psi
  36. If a 4" line is flowing 1000 gpm, the est. friction loss in 100 feet of hose is ____.
    20 psi

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