FIG. 5 depicts a three-level representation of the device in a three-dimensional interconnected lattice structure, where the arrangement of modules parallels a BCC (body centered cubic) configuration, as an example of alternative structure, whereby parallelograms formed by the vertical and horizontal interconnectedness of the multi-level structure conform to and follow the circular orbital path of ocean wave motion. Baked into the very design of this crystal-like lattice structure wave energy converter is the resiliency required to survive extreme ocean wave conditions. The present wave energy convertor invention utilizes both the strength of a three-dimensional crystal-like lattice configuration, as well as utilizing this type of configuration for maximum energy extraction of ocean wave energy, by allowing relative rotational and/or linear motion between modules at each lattice connection point and/or within the connecting member itself.
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F03B13/20-Adaptations of machines or engines for special use; Combinations of machines or engines with driving or driven apparatus; Power stations or aggregates characterised by using wave or tide energy using wave energy using the relative movement between a wave-operated member, i.e. The following coordinate system may be used: Pitch (around y) is the primary rotational motion of the modules induced by the motion of the ocean waves, creating the rotational movement that is converted to energy. Each joint can utilize a universal joint, or constant velocity joint, or like device with up to three degrees of rotational freedom, allowing transverse ocean waves (producing “roll” in modules) to pass by/through the apparatus without affecting capture of wave energy via “pitch” of modules. Yaw (around z) is primarily accomplished via underwater mooring of the total lattice wave farm to the seabed (as described above), allowing the entire lattice structure to turn, and swivel, to face the structure in the direction of the oncoming waves, and additionally at each joint for complete freedom of movement, and alignment, with weathervane-like guides beneath each module, aiding in this direction finding.
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5, a lattice structure is shown formed from a layer of buoyant modules 1 connected to layers of negatively buoyant modules 2 by connecting members 3, in an alternative multi-layer arrangement to FIG. 2, a lattice structure is shown formed from a layer of buoyant modules 1 connected to a layer of negatively buoyant modules 2 by connecting members 3. A mooring anchor 5 attached to the sea floor is connected to the lattice structure by tether 4. In the embodiment, one component of the tether is connected to the layer of negatively buoyant modules. One involves utilizing the rotation that is harvested in an induction generator directly, whereby electricity is produced via an arrangement of magnets in the generator in which a relative motion is produced between the magnets in relation to the electrical wiring current path in the generator, this all facilitated via the rotational motion directly captured by the device.
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The telescoping connecting elements’ motion between lattice layers can be calibrated in real time for optimum operating range, in relation to wave conditions, to allow for adaption to various wave heights or other oceanographic or atmospheric conditions present via feedback sensors, or remote commands sent to the wave farm itself (picked up by receivers located with transmitters on the modules themselves), or be preset according to wave field typical conditions. The optimal distance between layers is set to take advantage of the limited depth of orbital motion in an ocean wave, which disappears at a depth equal to one half of the length of the wave.
Thus, more than one sea bed anchor may be used to advantage with the apparatus of the invention, and more than one tether, connected to more than one layer of the lattice structure, without departing from the scope of the invention. The one or more tether attaching the apparatus to the sea floor may be provided with a linear and/or nonlinear spring element. These undersea cables lay across the sea floor to send electricity back to shore utilizing established marine technology for the laying of undersea cable and the maintenance thereof. Any of the above listed methods may be utilized with an apparatus according to the invention to convert the motion and energy captured into a usable, transmittable form of electricity.
These modules’ optional receiving and transmitting capability could also be used to remotely control various other parameters and settings on the modules themselves, or at any place in the apparatus, to respond to various wave conditions, or energy needs. The device has an inherent three-dimensional interconnectivity, and density of spacing within the apparatus, across potentially large ocean areas that allows it to ideally function as a wave dampening solution to lessen the magnitude of destructive forces encountered during extreme weather conditions, while at the same time capturing the energy the apparatus is dissipating from the waves Groupings of offset arrays of lattice structure configurations of modules, allows for a multilayered, multi-stage reduction of wave energy as the waves reach each spaced-apart array of modules, thereby down-stepping the energy in multiple stages in order to both capture as much energy as possible from the waves’ motion, and by doing so deplete and reduce the energy content of the waves and their ability to cause destruction at the shoreline.
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While certain features of the invention have been illustrated and described herein, many modifications, substitutions, changes, and equivalents will now occur to those of ordinary skill in the art. In other instances, well-known methods, procedures, and components have not been described in detail so as not to obscure the present invention. Likewise, a feature set forth in a dependent claim may be combined with a different independent or dependent claim(s) without departing from the scope of the invention. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT INVENTION – In the following detailed description, numerous specific details are set forth in order to provide a thorough understanding of the invention. In a representative embodiment of the invention according to FIG. Dolor muscular despues de un calambre . BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION – The present invention relates to an apparatus and method for converting ocean wave motion to energy. These joints allow for any changes in angles of the incident waves, due to transverse waves present or other motion influences, to continuously be decomposed and translated into consistent rotational motion, and thus capture the primary energy available.