Does the termination point(level) influence water flow from a pipe

I get water to my home from a nearby Tank A at a certain height above ground level. I have a 1" pipe through which I get this water to my home.. I leave this water into my well by connecting a 1" tube to this pipe.

Reason for question: I have seen water pressure vary(lower- more flow) depending upon the height I hold my pipe(on the outlet side) when I empty my fish tank, keeping how deep the pipe is immersed on the other side a constant.

Now, if I elongate and leave the pipe from Tank A at deeper level below ground level should the flow rate increase?(will i get more water in the same time) as apposed to a shorter pipe which still goes into my well.

or simply: Will I empty my overhead tank on 2nd floor quicker if I use the tap on the ground floor instead of the tap on the second floor. The taps being same size.

• can you not use both taps at the same time? Sep 26, 2016 at 19:15

For more information lookup Bernoulli's principle: $$p_1+\frac{1}{2}{\rho}v_1^2+{\rho}gz_1=p_2+\frac{1}{2}{\rho}v_2^2+{\rho}gz_2+\left(f\frac{L}{D}+{\sum}K\right)\frac{1}{2}{\rho}v_2^2$$