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Another Milkovic pendulum pump replica from India

Relevance: Secondary Oscillations > Directory:Milkovic Two-Stage Mechanical Oscillator

The Veljko Milkovic IR Center brought this to our attention.

The first one is not super impressive. The volume of water being pumped and the energy being put in to keeping the pendulum swinging seem consistent with what you would expect from a highly efficient system. It's certainly far more efficient than the old lever pumps.

However the second one show below (third video) is a very significant amount of water being pumped with not too much effort by the operator.

Gravity Energy Machine (The Pendulum Pump)
Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Final year (2013) project made by me and my team Jatan Desai, Amey Patel and Vinay Sawant.
Pendulum Pump
Gravity Energy machine (The pendulum Pump)
Its our final year diploma project. We are Mech engg. students from Mumbai.

On November 23, 2013 4:04 PM [Mountain], the Veljko Milkovic IR Center added:

This is also another replica from India that we have discovered recently
It seems this pump is far more efficient.

-- SilverThunder 19:29, 23 November 2013 (UTC) [Updated 4:30 pm Mountain]

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