A main compressed gas inlet valve 126 is disposed within pipe 122. Main compressed gas inlet orifice 123 constitutes main compressed gas injection means. An other compressed gas inlet valve 128 is disposed within gas inlet pipe 124. Other compressed gas inlet orifice 125 constitutes an other compressed gas injection means.
Before piston 112 begins an ascent cycle, other outlet valve 152 is closed and main inlet valve 146 is closed, also, other inlet valve 148 is opened and main outlet valve 150 is opened. Fluid 102 within the fluid loop can be of a different nature, such as containing lubricants as mentioned before. 16) teaches the use of a float in the form of a bladder within a cage like structure which is mechanically linked by chain to an overhead gear and shaft, the float bladder being adapted to accept and discharge air and being disposed within a tubular member filled with water is alternately made to be positively and negatively buoyant to move upward and downward within the tubular member and thereby forcing the linked chain to drive the gear and shaft to produce rotary motion. If atmospheric air valve 188 is left open, the increasing volume of displaced fluid 102 within the system during the ascent cycle is allowed to flow into reservoir 130 for temporary storage.
Dolores Musculares Y Fiebre
While piston 216 is docked with upper electromagnet 114, main vessel fill valve 224 is opened, which allows for atmospheric fluid 103 to fill piston 216 in an atmospheric condition under its own gravitational weight through main hollow piston upper fill pipe 220. After atmospheric fluid 103 has filled main hollow piston 216, main vessel fill valve 224 is closed. The system is filled with fluid 102 so as to create a fluid loop. Atmospheric air valves 186, 188, and 202 can be used to create an air tight system if so desired. The energy input to open and close valves to allow atmospheric fluid 103 to flow into and out of piston 216 and piston 218 would be all that is required to create the buoyant condition within this embodiment.
I present this prior art example first because it is the only one on my list that I feel needs some clarification regarding certain features. Detailed Description of Embodiment “C” This embodiment contains the features of embodiment “A” and most features of embodiment “B”. In this embodiment piston 216 is only partially filled with atmospheric fluid 103. This will allow for a negative buoyancy of a predetermined force. This will also give the reader a fresh start which may allow for a better understanding of O.U.B.H.E.L.P. Erecting O.U.B.H.E.L.P. on or under a naturally occurring low geological slope may equate to lower construction costs in comparison to a more vertically erected O.U.B.H.E.L.P.
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If this embodiment is erected in an area where there is no naturally occurring atmospheric fluid 103 supplied at the top portion of O.U.B.H.E.L.P., than an atmospheric fluid 103 or water pumping system (not shown) can be utilized to pump atmospheric fluid 103 or water from the lower extremities of O.U.B.H.E.L.P. As long as compressed gas pocket 105 is at the underside of piston 110 or piston 112, and there is a supplied gravity force provided by fluid 102 within the accompanying main vessel 106 or other vessel 108, the buoyancy force will exert pressure on piston 110 or piston 112 in an upward direction, even if that upward direction is more horizontal than vertical. Control systems will need to be employed in any given application of O.U.B.H.E.L.P. Dolor lumbar izquierdo bajo . Main top cap 176 disposed at the top of main vessel 106 is removable so as to allow complete access to the inside of main vessel 106 for insertion of main piston 110 or for any other purposes requiring a large opening.
Detailed Operation of Embodiment “A” Main top cap 176 disposed at the top of main vessel 106 is removable so as to allow complete access to the inside of main vessel 106 for insertion of main piston 110 or for any other purposes requiring a large opening. Fluid 102 within main vessel 106 constitutes a main fluid column. Each fluid column is contained within its own vessel. Detailed Operation of Embodiment “G” I labeled atmospheric fluid 103 as such to distinguish it from fluid 102 that is contained within the fluid loop system of O.U.B.H.E.L.P. Detailed Description of Embodiment “I” Drawings FIG. 8, FIG. 9, and FIG. This is more of a bring-to-your-attention-feature than it is a separate embodiment, and as you will see, it is well within the scope of the previous embodiments.
However, this heavy piston 110 will produce energy during the descent cycle through its extra gravitational force. This cycle pattern of three ascending simultaneously would continue back and forth across the array. They have been depicted in an array pattern. The piston shock absorbers have been depicted using coil springs, however, other types of shock absorbers can be utilized, such as but not limited to leaf springs or hydraulic absorbers which are common place in industry. These means can be of varying devices, such as but not limited to a mechanical lever latching mechanism, a suction device, a mechanical gear to gear mechanism, a frictional braking mechanism, or an electromagnetic device. 23) teaches an apparatus for generating power by using two cylinders and a float member within each cylinder and rotating lever arms attached to the float members at one end to a crank connected to a shaft at the other end whereby the introduction of fluid and air into the first cylinder and its float member, respectively, and simultaneously, the discharge of fluid and air from the second cylinder and its float member, respectively, cause the float members to rise and fall accordingly and, in turn, the lever arms to move up and down and the crank to rotate about the crankshaft.
5) both teach the use of float members which are adapted to accept and discharge air and water to change their perspective buoyancy between being negative and positive buoyant, thusly being disposed within a chamber or chambers filled with fluid two floats being linked together by cables or chains work in opposing up and down motion and through their linkage apply force and motion to gears and shafts to turn electrical generating means.
Dolor De Estomago
8. It is a depiction of a main piston ascending with a compressed gas pocket at its underside. Como quitar el dolor de la pierna . After a fill and empty cycle is completed the whole process repeats itself, thereby while main hollow piston 216 is ascending other hollow piston 218 is descending and vice versa. While docked, compressed gas evacuation valve 154 is opened and compressed gas pocket 105 is forced out of main vessel 106 by the gravitational force of fluid 102 within other vessel 108. After complete evacuation, valve 154 is closed. The respective main fluid bypass valve 168 for that respective main vessel 106, 204, 206, 208, 210, 212 would be in an open position to allow main piston 110 within that particular main vessel 106, 204, 206, 208, 210, 212 to settle to lower electromagnet 116 to dock.
Dolor Muscular Brazo
Once those main pistons 110 dock with their respective lower electromagnet 116, fluid bypass valves 168 would be closed. While piston 216 is docked with lower electromagnet 116, other hollow piston 218 is docked with other upper electromagnet 118. Other upper electromagnet 118 secures piston 218 in place by direct contact with piston upper magnetic ring 194 through electromagnetism. Main hollow piston 216 is released from main lower electromagnet 116 and begins to ascend; simultaneously other hollow piston 218 is released from other upper electromagnet 118 and begins to descend. 216. Atmospheric fluid 103 can be water and can be readily supplied at the top elevation of O.U.B.H.E.L.P.
Other inlet valve 148 is slowly closed near the end of the descent cycle of piston 216 to help ease the docking process. During the descent cycle for each main piston 110, the respective main inlet valve 146 is in the closed position. At this time, main inlet valve 146 is opened and main outlet valve 150 is closed, while other inlet valve 148 is closed and other outlet valve 152 is opened. Main compressed gas evacuation valve 158 is disposed within evacuation pipe 162. Main compressed gas evacuation orifice 154 constitutes main compressed gas evacuation means. Piston 110 is then released from lower electromagnet 116. Piston 110 begins to ascend, forcing fluid 102 above piston 110 upward through main inlet pipe 138 then through hydro turbine 136. Fluid 102 then exits hydro turbine 136 through other outlet pipe 144 and into other vessel 108. Thusly resupplying fluid 102 within other vessel 108 and therefore also the source of gravity which allows for the buoyancy force.
It is clear from the specifications that the apparatus has to sit mostly submerged within a body of water such as a lake, ocean, or reservoir and that these bodies of water that the apparatus would be required to sit within would supply the gravitation force required to make the apparatus function.