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« on: March 24, 2023, 03:25:28 AM »
Here is a basic diagram of this on my youtube video. I know this works. I did it when I was 13 years old.

The system utilizes a closed water system with a small hydro wheel and generator to generate electricity. A pipe is positioned at the bottom of a pool or reservoir, and an initial vacuum is created using a suction device, causing the water to flow out of the pipe. The falling water then spins the hydro wheel, which is attached to a generator that converts the motion into electricity. The continuous flow of water keeps the hydro wheel spinning, generating a continuous source of electricity as long as the water pool is periodically  filled up.

Even if the system is not highly efficient,it can still generate a useful amount of electricity that can be used to power small appliances or electronics. The cost of operation for the system is minimal since any kind of water can be used to fill the pool or reservoir, and it can be a sustainable and environmentally friendly.

By adding more pipes and increasing the flow of water, you can generate more power to drive a larger generator. You could also consider adding a larger hydro wheel to better capture the energy from the falling water. By increasing the weight and flow of the water, you can create a more efficient system that generates more power. However, it's important to make sure the water flow is consistent and that the pool is periodically filled up to maintain a steady state of energy production.

An automatic water sensor can monitor the water level in the pool and trigger a system to fill it up as needed. This would help maintain a consistent level of water in the pool and ensure a steady flow of water to drive the hydro wheel and generator. alternative energy source for small-scale or off-grid applications.