WO2009093052A1 – A Turbine Having A Modified Cowling – Google Patents

Preferably the pivot is toward one corner of the “delta-wing” shaped turbine support member 30 and turbines are mounted at the other two corners of the “delta-wing” shaped turbine support member 30. By positioning the turbines behind the pivot in the direction of the flow the turbine support member exhibits a caster action so that the turbines more easily align with the direction of flow. Therefore, there is a buoyancy force acting on the turbine support member 30 which is equal to its weight, i.e. A turbine converts the linear motion of water through the turbine to rotational motion which can be used to generate electricity. Accordingly the present invention seeks to address the problems mentioned above by providing a turbine which is economically viable when operated in slower currents and/or which can be varied in depth to achieve maximum current flow at all times.

  • Roca: bombón de praliné con trocitos de almedra o avellana y con forma de roca
  • Limón y miel
  • Dolor de tipo opresivo, punzante, calambre o dolor sordo continuo
  • Las comidas preparadas o precocinadas
  • Adoptar una alimentación saludable, abundante en frutas y verduras
  • Low impact support structure in the face of waves
  • Teléfonos celulares, relojes electrónicos y aparatos de rastreo

Don't Get Tongue Tied The turbine support member will reside at a depth where the flow is larger below the turbine support member than above. Appropriate adjustment of the position of the turbine support member above the turbine ensures that the turbine is maintained at or very close to the depth of maximum flow. Close to the seabed frictional effects reduce the velocity of the current. Also turbines are restricted from being placed too close to the surface due to tidal ranges, wave action and the risk of being struck by a vessel. This range may be chosen dependent on factors such as sea/river bed characteristics, tidal ranges, vessel safety zones, etc. The floating platform of this second embodiment is anchored to the sea bed by a group of high-strength synthetic fiber mooring ropes 108, meanwhile the floating vessel is governed by a dynamic position system 205, DP, that as in the first embodiment, and under the information obtained from the current meter 204 and the meteorological station 206, will control the exiting flow of sea water through the exits 981 disposed at the bottom level of the floating vessel 103, increasing, decreasing or ceasing said flow through each of them, giving to the floating vessel 103 motion in one or another direction.

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When there is water flowing past the turbine support member 30, the difference in path length creates a larger force against the fluid flowing over the turbine support member 30 than the fluid flowing below the turbine support member 30, resulting in an upward lift force 38. This upward force 38 will cause the turbine support member 30 and turbine 2 to move upwardly. The at least one turbine and/or turbine supporting member may comprise one or more fins which extend substantially vertically in an upward and/or downward direction. This invention relates to fluid turbines and particularly but not exclusively relates to a water turbine with a specially shaped cowling which increases the flow of water through the turbine. Helical tracks or grooves (not shown) along the inner surface of the cowling 6, which may take the form of rifling, cause the flow adjacent the inner surface 10 to spin.

This rotation can be converted into another form of energy, i.e. Because water is about 800 times denser than air, water turbines can produce much more energy than a wind turbine, for a given flow rate of fluid entering the turbine. FIG. Riñones sintomas dolor de espalda . 1C is a data table showing different vapor pressure values under different temperatures for sulfur hexafluoride, formulated SF6. FIG. 6A is a schematic illustration showing a second embodiment. This line may further comprise a second stationary point.

Portrait of a three young teenagers laughing and giving the thumbs-up sign. The stopping operation consists in a group of simultaneous operations that will stop the flow of working fluid through the thermodynamic circuit 10 (the number assigned to the valves is the same as for the starting operation): The first 921 and the second 922 group of valves will be now operated in order to let the liquefied working fluid flow from the descending conduit 90 and evaporators 20 into the pumps 757, and from the pumps 757 back into the deposits 45. The sixth group of valves 926 surrounding the turbine encasement 520 is operated in order to divert the flow of the descending liquefied working fluid from the descending conduit 90 into the auxiliary descending conduit 912, preventing it from acting on the impulse turbine 52. The third 923 and fourth group of valves 924 are operated in a way that the auxiliary heating thermal fluid will just flow from the auxiliary heating unit 733 into the first auxiliary circuit 706, and from it into the thermal pipes 96 of the widening ascending conduit 40, an into the pressuring gas station 43 through the second auxiliary circuit 707, without passing said auxiliary heating thermal fluid through the evaporators 20. A eighth group of valves 928 will divert part of the auxiliary cooling thermal fluid that flows through the auxiliary cooling thermal circuit 704 into the evaporators 20, in order to condensate the gasified working fluid that could get in them.

For the present disclosure sulfur hexafluoride, formulated SF6, is the proposed working fluid because its absence of hazards, being a nontoxic and nonflammable gas, with a very heavy molecular weight, high density in its liquefied phase, and low viscosity. Alternatively a solid triangular turbine support member may be used as denoted by the dashed lines in figure 5. This forms a “delta-wing” shaped structure which provides lift for the turbine support member as is described in more detail below. The inner surface, when viewed in a plane passing through the central axis of the turbine, defines a line which may have a stationary point and a point of inflexion. At this shallower depth the turbine support member 30 is no longer neutrally buoyant and will return to the predetermined depth unless sufficient flow is maintained.