makes sense thanksEagleRJ said:A jet pump uses a small quantity of high-pressure fuel to move a larger quantity of fuel through an orifice.
Using the waterbed analogy, imagine you cut a hole in the top of your waterbed, and the water is just sitting there. Now take a garden hose with a nozzle and submerge it in the hole, pointing up. You'll start emptying the waterbed, since the garden hose will move the rest of the water through the hole.
starvingcfi said:avbug. is there nothing you don't know?
...and is that considered a double negative?
Lead Sled said:A good example of a jet pump can be found in many new toilets - some of those babys can really get with the program.
That's not new tech, our ship used pressure from the fire mains to provide water pressure for the eductors in the toilets.EagleRJ said:Hey, that's a good example of a jet pump!
It's just that it isn't pumping....uh.....jet fuel.
http://www.foxvalve.com/main.htmlFoxcow said:a.k.a. ejector?