Released under the GIC Framework
SUMMARY OF A PUMP FOR A WIND TURBINE
A pump for a wind turbine works to plunge or suck water from one source and into another for use or consumption. The pump is a cyclical or tubular structure that, when attached to the gear box of the windmill, fluctuates up and down (into and out of a fluid source), creating pressure in said fluid source, enabling plunging or sucking of the fluid source to occur.
The pump consists of a plunger with a ball bearing placed inside of the tubular structure of the pump, which is contained by a ball bearing holder. When the tubular structure enters a fluid source, the fluid source is pressurized by the ball bearing and passes around the ball bearing, through the tube, and into a piping system for extraction and use above ground.