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Nozzle Pressure (NP) + Total Friction Loss (TFL) =
Pump presure

The Friction Loss Rate (FLR) of fire hose can be determined by the formula
FLR = 2Q2. In this formula, Q = _______.
3)
gpm/100

List in order of importance, the facts that a pump operator needs in order to determine Pump Pressure (PP):
 Nozzle pressure
 Gpm Flow or tip size
 size of hose
 length of hose
 elevation +/ 
 appliance loss
 sprinkler system loss or stand pipe loss

The Nozzle Pressure for a hand line with a smooth bore tip is _______.
50 psi

The Nozzle Pressure for deluge sets, monitor nozzles or a water tower equipped with a smooth bore tip is ______.
80psi

The Nozzle Pressure for all adjustable or fog nozzles is ______.
100psi

The Nozzle Pressure for foam application is ______.
100psi

When pumping to a hose line used for an interior attack and the gpm setting is not known, you should use ______ as your maximum gpm flow.
150gpm

When pumping to a hose line used for an exterior attack and the gpm setting is not known, you should use ______ as your maximum gpm flow.
200gpm

When the gpm setting and use of the attack line are both unknown, you should pump to the ________ for that nozzle.
the highest gpm flow

The formula 30d2√NP is used to calculate ________________.
gpm flow

12) The square root used for calculating the gpm of a hand held straight tip is _____ and that number is based on _____ psi.
7 at 50 psi hand line

The square root used for calculating the gpm of a straight tip used on a hose control or monitor is ____ and that number is based on _____ psi.
9 at 80psi

14) GPM flows for handheld smooth bore tip ¼" to 3/8" are rounded to the nearest ____ gpm.
1gpm

GPM flows for handheld smooth bore tips ½" to 1 1/8" are rounded to the nearest ___ gpm.
10gpm

GPM flows for smooth bore tips used on appliances 1 ¼" to 2" are rounded to the nearest _____ gpm.
100gpm

With a given flow through fire hose the smaller the diameter of the hose, the _____ amount of friction loss.
greater amount of friction loss

18) The maximum Pump Pressure for synthetic double jacket fire hose (attack line) is ______ psi
300psi

The maximum Pump Pressure for 2 ½" high pressure double jacket fire hose is _____ psi.
600psi

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for ¾" hose is ____;
25

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for 1"hose ?
9

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for 1 1/2"hose?
3.6

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for 1 3/4" hose?
2

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for 3" hose is?
.67

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for 3 1/2" hose ?
.4

The Equivalent Flow (EF) conversion for 4" hose?
.25

After the EF is calculated, it should be rounded off to the nearest _______.
10gpm

Length (L) is calculated by dividing the total length of hose in the lay by______
100

Water weighs _____ per gallon
8.35ponds per gallon

Water weighs _8.35____ per gallon and requires _____ psi to raise this amount 1 foot?
.434 or .5

The number used to calculate Gravity Gain or Gravity Loss on the fire ground is ___ psi.
.5psi

Gravity Gain (GG) is ___________ from the Pump Pressure
SUBTRACT pressure

Gravity Loss (GL) is ___________ to pump pressure?
ADD pump pressure

The initial Pump Pressure for all hand lines is _______ + ________?
NOZZLE PRESSURE +GL OR  GG

The initial Pump Pressure for elevated master streams is _________ psi.
150PSI

The initial Pump Pressure for Sprinkler and Standpipe Systems is ________ psi
150 PSI

Convert the following fractions into decimals
¼ =______
.25

Convert the following fractions into decimals
¾ = ______
0.75


Convert the following fractions into decimals
3/8 = ______
0.375

Convert the following fractions into decimals
5/8 = ______
0.625

Convert the following fractions into decimals
7/8 = ______
0.875

Convert the following fractions into decimals
:1 1/8 = ___
1.125

Convert the following fractions into decimals
1 3/8 = ___
1.375

Solve the following problems
30 x 1 3/8 = ______
41.25

Solve the following problems
30 x 1 ¼ x 7 = ____
262.5

Solve the following problems
30 x 1 ½ x 9 =______
405

Solve the following problems
30 x 1 ¾ x 9 = _______
472.5

Solve the following problems
210 x .67 = ______
140.7

Solve the following problems
600 x .4 = ______
240

Solve the following problems
1100 x .5 = ______
550

Solve the following problems
30 x 3.6= ______
108

