The use of the Wells turbine allows for the turbine to spin in only one direction irrespective of which direction the air flows. This allows the piston to move thru the cylinder 16′-32′ in seas of 4′-8′. While this is the shown embodiment, even greater mechanical advantages could be used. It would be a further advance in the art if the relatively small forces contained in the up and down movements of waves could be multiplied using some sort of mechanical advance to produce more power per unit (cycle) while at the same time providing for an adjustment at times of calm seas as well as a disconnect from the powerful forces of the ocean when conditions warrant. The float 13 must maintain contact with the ocean waves to assure this. The float drops vertically causing the lever arm 20 to pivot at pivot point 7 and the top of the lever arm 24 goes up pulling the piston 23 and the piston head 25 up thru the cylinder 31. As piston 23 and piston head 25 move up and down in the cylinder 31, it is in direct contact with the cylinder walls.
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Top air duct 42 is attached to cylinder 31 at top cylinder outlet 36. Bottom air duct 43 is attached to cylinder 31 at bottom cylinder outlet 37. FIG. A lever arm 20 is attached to the platform 5 at pivot point 7. A float 13 is attached to one end of the lever arm 20 at pivot point 17 and a piston rod 23 is attached to the other end at attachment point 24. On one end of the piston rod 23 is the a piston head 25. The piston rod 23 goes into cylinder 31 thru air tight membrane 34 in cylinder top 33. This cylinder 31 is attached to the platform at a connection point 32, which is a certain fixed distance from pivot point 7. The cylinder 31 is attached to the platform at an angle relative to the movement of the piston. Bearings 17A and 17B are attached to the top of the float 13. Bearing shaft 18 goes from bearing 17A thru lever arm 20 at bushing hole 19 to bearing 17B. This assures the float 13 is always in direct contact with the water.
The distance between pivot point 7 and piston connection to lever arm 24 is distance 4 x. FIG. 3 is a front view of the device showing the piston in the up position. Dolor de espalda dificultad para respirar . Another object is to be able to disconnect the device when rough seas or extremely large waves are present. Another object is to be able to modified the mechanical advantage when small waves are present. Since wave heights and ocean swells very widely throughout the world but most generally average two to four meters (a relatively small amount) some attempts have been made to increase this relatively small movement by using some sort of mechanical advantage, U.S. Power buoys use elevation changes inside a buoy to generate power, U.S. As the up and down motion of the ocean waves is continuous, so to is the see saw action of the lever arm and the up and down motion of the piston pushing and sucking air thru the Wells turbines producing constant electrical power.
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1 shows length of lever arm 20 between pivot point 7 and float 13 being a distance x. Arrow A shows the direction of air being sucked into the vacuum that is created. FIG. 2. shows the working mode of the device. Overtopping systems can be deployed at sea but most of their working components come in direct contact with corrosive ocean water.
In particular one object of the invention is to provide an environmental friendly and benign to sea life device for producing electrical power from ocean waves. Que es bueno para dolor muscular . Electrical power from bottom generator runs thru bottom cable 60 and on to the power grid. In order to achieve the maximum amount of air movement thru the turbines a mechanical advantage is employed. The amount of air flowing thru the turbines of this device is in direct correlation to the diameter of the cylinder as well as the height of the cylinder, more specifically the distance the piston head travels thru the cylinder. Both the weight and size of the float and its relationship to its distance from the pivot point are governed by well understood principles of physics. When greater mechanical advantages are used both the weight of the float and the size of float have to be adjusted. Since the 1800’s the art has examples of ocean waves being used to harness power.
Generally, attempts to harness power from the ocean can be divided into two categories. As with rough seas, adjustments to the device can also be implemented at times of calm seas. From the outside, air travels thru bottom vent 51 and bottom air release duct 49 thru bottom turbine 54 on thru bottom duct 43 and into cylinder 31 via bottom cylinder outlet 37. This action causes bottom turbine 54 to spin. This action causes bottom turbine 54 to spin. It would also be a significant advance of the art to be able to deploy this method off shore on either sea bed attached or floating platforms and use non-corrosive air to drive turbines in both directions using Wells type turbines. 5,191,225 the air movement created in both the forward motion of the wave and receding motion of the wave is harnessed using a Wells turbine (U.S. U.S. Pat. Nos. 675,039 and 1,887,316 are among the earliest types of these.
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The Tapered Channel or Oscillating Water Columns (OSC) methods generally use waves to push air through chambers to drive turbines, U.S. During storms and such, methods to disconnect from these extreme circumstances have to also be explored. Pat. Dolor lumbar al sentarse y levantarse . Nos. 4,434,375 and 6,765,307 are examples of these. FIG. 6 is a close up view of the piston head and cylinder wall shown in the perspective. As more air is displaced in front of the piston head and behind the piston head as it moves thru the cylinder, more air is directed thru the turbines.