WORLDS SIMPLEST WATER PUMP!! Make A PULSER PUMP! (with Captions)
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Stephen: If the water level is variable at your intake pipe, what is the best way to guarantee its a water/air mix?
xxx Wang: Junk
Moaaz Faral: zsferdrt
kristine robin linsangan: Can it be used in aquariums?
Zegwei Teoh: can this apply to small home aquarium ?
Have you tried taking bubbles or air to a separate air tank for other pneumatic use? :)
JokelaTurbine: The physics of this stuff; http://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/227309/air-core-vortex-physical-explanation-of-the-air-entrainment-hook-at-f-co-0
Richie Mann: Similar principle as a ram pump but instead of a chamber for air compression, you are using a pipe. Nice thing about it are no valves are needed.
ruvim zaytsev: this is soo amazing !! plz make more videos.
jammapcb: sounds like space invaders
Sokheang Chan: Hi thanks your video but it's not clear picture
arekussu: Much appreciated!
It truly shows the simplicity and the actuality of water and air power.
Thanks for the video, it gets my mind in a good place!
sophat chan: I love
Brian Davis: Sweet... didn't quite get how it worked completly, but have an idea... should be put into use where ever needed, since it's so simple!!
Tunahan İmren: Ssçma
Jose Benitez: Is this similar principles to hydraulic ram pumps?
Carlos Villa: im very interested in building one of these for a project for a poor comunity in Colombia. This looks like what I am looking for
Stefan Sulzbach: As a scientist I can confirm it works, like Bernoulli's principle. Its not of industrial interest because of the low efficiency. At remote places it can be useful, though.
firstname lastname: fascinating application of atmospheric energy in action, thanks for posting this, as well I enjoyed looking up more information on this interesting subject.
Alen Combs: I went to this site and understand the principle. It is a bit easier to understand, at least the uptake of water and air in the middle (the part I didn't understand before). http://www.altenergymag.com/emagazine.php?issue_number=03.10.01&article=pulser
WORLDS SIMPLEST WATER PUMP!! Make a PULSER PUMP! (with Captions)
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