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Title: need advice for perpetual water flowing using gravity energy
Post by: sleepsleep on March 26, 2013, 05:23:13 PM
hi,
i know this sound weird,

but somehow i felt this set up gonna work,

it is simple,

the water in 10 liter tank will need to flow down, due to gravity,
it is connected to the ground 1 liter, then water will get lift up, it like the 10 liter tank sucking it from above,

the water output back to 1 liter tank, and the process continue as long as gravity exists.
Title: Re: need advice for perpetual water flowing using gravity energy
Post by: 1337 on March 15, 2015, 03:21:09 AM
Look up Boyles flask.
Title: Re: need advice for perpetual water flowing using gravity energy
Post by: LibreEnergia on March 15, 2015, 11:47:09 PM
hi,
i know this sound weird,

but somehow i felt this set up gonna work,

it is simple,

the water in 10 liter tank will need to flow down, due to gravity,
it is connected to the ground 1 liter, then water will get lift up, it like the 10 liter tank sucking it from above,

the water output back to 1 liter tank, and the process continue as long as gravity exists.

What actually happens....?

Water flows down, suction does draw some up. Eventually water level in suction pipe and bucket equalises

Process stops.