The directional converter 209 may utilize a gearing mechanism having at least one sprocket on an axle or a spindle, and a gear box. Generally, the directional converter may utilize a gearing mechanism having at least one sprocket on an axle or a spindle, and a gear box. While FIG. 8 shows six generators coupled to displacement vessel 802, this invention is not limited to this number of generators, and any suitable number of generators may be coupled to the displacement vessel, depending on the size of the displacement vessel, the expected strength of the tides and the available area of the stationary location. The displacement vessel 502 further includes control mechanisms 520 a and 520 b attached to floatation devices 560 a and 560 b configured to rotate the drag panel 521. The control mechanisms 520 a and 520 b may operate independently or together to rotate the drag panel 521 about a horizontal axis 554 of the displacement vessel 502. Any suitable number of control mechanisms may be used to rotate the drag panel 521. The control mechanisms 520 a and 520 b may include, for example, a winch, a motor, hydraulics, pneumatics, or any other suitable control mechanism as is known in the art.
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In this position, the drag panel 621 may capture a maximum amount of drag force from the flow of water than if the drag panel 621 were retracted at all. As the ebb and flow of tidal action causes the displacement vessel 802 to drift back towards the stationary location 806, a control mechanism may reel in the excess slack on the anchor cables 803 a-803 f. For example, two drums-each attached to at least one anchor cable-may be disposed in the displacement vessel such that as the displacement vessel moves laterally in a first direction, a first anchor cable unwinds from the first drum causing the first drum to rotate while a second anchor cable (fixed to a second stationary location) may be reeled into a second drum by, for example, a control mechanism (for example, a spring or motor). As the ebb and flow of the water during tidal action cause the displacement vessel to drift in a second lateral direction, the second anchor cable is unwound from the second drum causing the second drum to rotate as the first anchor cable is reeled back into the first drum by a control mechanism as described above.
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The displacement vessel 102 is anchored to the stationary location 106 at anchor 108 by anchor cable 103. The directional converter 109 may comprise any of the embodiments described and shown below, for example, FIGS. Moreover, after consideration of the present disclosure, one of skill in the art will recognize that the stationary location may any suitable plot of land or on a mobile location, such as an area further inland or on a crane to provide, among other advantages, protection against flooding and waves caused by storms. Dolor en la parte lumbar de la espalda . The drag panel 121 may include a control mechanism such that the control mechanism may deploy and retract the drag panel 121 from the displacement vessel. While only two floatation devices 560 a, 560 b are shown, one skilled in the art will understand that any number of floatation devices may be used to maintain buoyancy of the displacement vessel 502 and to hold the weight of the drag panel 521 in the water.
The bridle-or series of control cables-may include any suitable number of control cables and each control cable may be connected to the displacement vessel at a connection point. Additionally, in any of the embodiments described above, the displacement vessel, directional converter(s), and generator(s) may rely on both lateral and vertical displacement due to both the rise/fall and ebb/flow of tidal action.