A hydraulic accumulator is provided for storing pressurized hydraulic fluid from the high pressure pump, and an electrical generator is operable from the hydraulic circuit. The helical auger turbine can operate a high pressure pump connected to a hydraulic accumulator for storing pressurized hydraulic fluid. 8 in particular, the pump 30 can be mono-directional and can pump consistent and constant pressure hydraulic fluid in one direction only to the accumulators 32. In river applications, therefore, criss-cross check valves 34 are not required. In this instance, a system controller causes the criss-cross check valves 34 to be closed so that hydraulic fluid flows from the air-fluid accumulator 32 through fixed displacement hydraulic piston motors 40 without flowing through the pump 30. The high pressure in the air-oil accumulator 32 causes fluid to be propelled through the hydraulic circuit 36. The hydraulic piston motors 40 can drive an electric generator 42 via a shaft 44. A suitable hydraulically driven electric generator may be similar to those currently used on emergency vehicles such as fire trucks.
Other arrangements may be utilized and derived therefrom, such that structural and logical substitutions and changes may be made without departing from the scope of this disclosure. This will protect them from damage by debris, because the units can be tethered a minimum of 10-15 ft under the surface of the water.
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Preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in more detail below with reference to the attached drawings, wherein like elements in the various drawings are identified by like reference numerals as much as possible. In some arrangements, the augers 10 can be tethered in place at depths of approximately 8′-10′ below the lowest tides, to avoid floating debris.
A 16 ft diameter auger of carbon fiber material can be submerged into the flow below the ice pack which forms in the winter. The turbine can be formed of at least one of rotationally molded plastics and carbon fiber, and may have internal metal reinforcement structures sufficient to withstand the horizontal forces of fast moving water. The hydrokinetic renewable energy system/method according to the invention generates electricity with no carbon footprint. Generally, four types of hydrokinetic devices have been tested in recent years.
Thus, known hydrokinetic devices have not been economically viable.
For the foregoing reasons, none of the suggested hydrokinetic energy devices have been successful in practice. SUMMARY In accordance with one aspect of the exemplary embodiments, a helical auger turbine is disclosed for use as a hydrokinetic device to capture, store, and steadily release energy to drive remote electrical generators. Thus, known hydrokinetic devices have not been economically viable. Related such devices are described, for example, in us patent 8610304 issued to fillado at 12.17.2013 entitled “mechanism for creating heave motion, e.g., propelling and utilizing energy from a moving fluid,” the entire contents of which are incorporated herein by reference. The patent describes a mechanism for receiving and transmitting force by means of a transducer having one or more constant deformations at variable positions.
3A, the curved rigid retention member 105 may have a convex retention edge 110 with a radius of curvature 150. The resilient plate member 115 may have a concave (relative to the material) attachment edge 120 having a radius of curvature 145. The attachment edge radius of curvature 145 may be less than the retention edge radius of curvature 150, i.e., the curvature of the attachment edge radius of curvature 145 is greater than the curvature of the curved retention edge 110. In this way, a relief structure may be formed when joining the attachment edge to the retaining edge. Fig. Dolor lumbar y gluteo . 3C shows a schematic plan view of an exemplary concave curved rigid retention member and a resilient plate member having a convex attachment edge of the present invention, where the two may be combined to form an undulating structure.
When engaged, the resilient disc may snap and deform to have one or more lateral deformations 125, thereby forming an undulating structure. When engaged, the resilient conical shell may snap and deform to have one or more lateral deformations 125, thereby forming an undulating structure. The engagement between the attachment edge and the retention edge may snap the elastic panel and form one or more lateral deformations, thereby forming an undulating structure. 2B. The positive stop member 158 may be rotatably anchored to the curved rigid retaining member 105 at an attachment point, but its rotation is limited by the retaining stop 111 and the stop member end point 131. Thus, the positive stop member 158 is only movable within a predetermined angular range 160 between the range limits 156. In this way, the illustrated resilient plate member 115 is attached to the active stop member 158 via the stop groove 135 and is limited to movement within a predetermined angular range 160. Musculo extensor de los dedos del pie dolor . However, the passive stop member 155 differs from the passive stop member 155 of fig.
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Therefore, it is intended that the disclosure not be limited to the particular arrangement(s) disclosed as the best mode contemplated for carrying out this invention, but that the invention will include all embodiments and arrangements falling within the scope of the appended claims. The system can be cable tethered parallel to the tidal flow for maximum energy capture. FIG. 8 is a schematic representation of another arrangement of hydraulic circuits for a hydrokinetic system according to arrangements of the invention. Each location thus requires a study to determine the maximum and minimum tidal flow at peak tidal motion, or the size of the river current, in order that the appropriate number, arrangement and sizes of accumulators are used.