In this case, the water starts from a higher source than the tap. (It’s important.) As this inlet water flows down from the source, it increases rapidly and exits the waste valve. However, this moving water causes valve A to check, which prevents water from flowing out. But since the water is flowing through the closed valve, it is re-admitted above through another check valve, B, and causes the air to be compressed. When the air is compressed, the water stops flowing and valve B closes. When the valve closes, the compressed air acts as a spring to push the trapped water into the outlet pipe. Then the whole process begins.
That is very difficult; it is difficult to change the values to make the thing work. So I won’t make a male pump, but if you want to use it, here’s a great video showing one in action. (All the best.)
In this case, we must punish them for the reasons why they pumped. First, the pump is lower than the water source, but the effect is higher than the water. This may seem strange, but it is the way it is. Second, every time water is pumped to a higher level, some water comes out of the faucet—that is, bad water.
Well, let’s go back to the TikTok video. Could it be a male pump? Remember that you need three levels for this type of faucet: The outlet is at the highest level, the water source is in the middle, and finally the pump is at the bottom. If you don’t have all three parts, you don’t have a male pump.
In the photo I took above, which is from the video, a man is taking water from a river, which appears to be a source of water. So this cannot be a sheep tap, because the water cannot come out of the river. Remember, it must be at a on the ground rate than source. And in this case, the source, not the pump, is the lowest part of the system.
Another thing to watch out for is bad water. In a real sheep tap, there should be extra water from the bottom. Without it, you don’t have a male pump. And in this video, there is no sewage to be seen.
Well, then how could it be? Who knows. Maybe it’s just a trick. Perhaps there is an electric pump submerged in the river and connected to a pipe. I tried texting the person who posted the video and he didn’t respond.
The big question is, does a ram pump generate free energy? It seems so, because you are moving the water to a higher place. This would increase its pulling power, instead of moving it down and reducing its potential.
But that’s not what actually happens. Let’s say we have a working pump. Let’s imagine starting with 20 kilograms of water per source. There is a pipe one meter down to the tap. After that, some water (let’s say 10 kilograms) is pumped up to a height of one meter. above the original source, so that it increases in potential gravity. This means that only 10 kilograms of water was thrown away as waste at the pump level – but since it went down, it had decrease in gravity. Overall, with 10 kg going down one meter and 10 kg going up one meter, the change in energy is… zero. The pump “compensates” for high-pressure water at the outlet by allowing water to flow to a lower level.
Yes, in this example the pump would be 100 percent effective – and this does not happen. Energy is lost in the pumped water by friction between the water and the pipe.
And this brings us to one last problem: Even if you have the best generator that is powered by water falling from a faucet, on it will not give you free energy. Since some of the water has to be disposed of at the bottom end, the water source can dry up. This means you have to use energy to lift it More information water to add to your source. No! You have now lost your free energy scheme.
In the end, siphons and pumps move water without the input of external forces – but you don’t get it. More information stronger than when you started. However, you can get water wherever you want. And that’s the point of the pump.