70, heat 31 is drove back from the condenser 30 to the evaporator 20 in order to recycle it, rectifying in this case said thermal fluid 71 its temperature through a compression heat pump 80, wherein by means of the heat pump’s working fluid 88 (detail V7, depicted in FIG. 3C. As in the second exemplary scheme of operation, by means of the thermal fluid 71 (detail V4, depicted in FIG.
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A first rod 3 and a second rod 4 are pivotally coupled at one end to the rim of the disc. Figure 23 is yet another variant in which an intermediate rod A is placed for linear movement between the sectors. It will be appreciated that the conversion of movement into useful energy may in volve the generation of electricity by driving a suitable generator, or the direct use of out put motion, for example in driving a pump for pumping water or some other fluid. Figure 15 shows yet another arrangement for applying the Figure 11 principle to a bar E mounted for movement between a set of rollers A-D, whereby the bar E oscillates transversely in the direction of the straight arrow. The foils on the cross flow tur- bine move in both these directions.
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Inside of the widening ascending conduit 40 are disposed a group of thermal pipes 96 which function is to keep a constant temperature in the widening ascending conduit 40, and replace the heat that, despite the thermal-isolating protection layer 101, could pass from the warm widening ascending conduit 40 into the cold deep sea environment that surrounds the vertical descending submergible vessel 104. Each of those thermal pipes 96 is double-walled, and through them flow warm thermal fluid 711 in two opposite directions. Two high-pressure resistant submergible vessels 105 are connected to said descending pipes 90, at a level higher than that of the evaporator 20 but far below than that of the condensers 30, containing each submergible vessel a reaction turbine 51 connected to an electrical generator 60. For this preferred embodiment all the vessels are provided with a thermal-isolating layer 101 in order to reduce the exchange of heat between the plant and the environment.
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In the present inven tion, this can be overcome by arranging for each foil to have a “sister” that follows with a quarter of a cycle delay. This is to illustrate the effect of variation of the length of the rod 29. In accordance with the length of the rod 29, the direction of the hydrofoil can be changed, from facing upstream to facing downstream, as shown in Figure 2h. Smaller changes in length can orientate the foils to provide vectored thrust in propulsion systems. Dolor de espalda detras del corazon . A similar result can be achieved by the mechanism in Figure 24, in which a pair of pivotally mounted L-shaped bars B. C are connected by a rolling coupling consisting of rollers and short bars formed at the ends of the upright rod A. When rod A is moved vertically, rotary motion in opposite sense is applied to the L-shaped rods B. C. Figure 25 shows a pair of pulleys A, B around which is passed a belt connected at E and F to a pair of roller carriages C, D rolling between rails.
When either of the pulleys rotates, the belt transfers equal and opposite linear motion to the carriages. Where a belt, chain or similar coupling is used to transfer rotary motion from one wheel to another, a simple belt entrained around the two wheels will cause equal degrees of rotation in the same direction, provided the wheels are of the same diameter.
Two of these smaller cranks rotate about pivots C and two rotate about pivots D which are used to fix the attach cranks A, B to the vessel. On the other hand, the cold thermal fluid 712 that exits the evaporator 20 will head upwards to the cooling units 74 where will give heat to the cold deep sea water 84 that flows through two thermal-isolated pipes 943, by the action of four water pumps 784. Before entering into the cooling units 74 the cold deep sea water 84 had been also double filtered by a first 772 and a second 782 filters. 9C wherein a second scenario is depicted, in which a heat pump 801 works as the heating unit 73, diverting heat from the sun-heated warm external thermal fluid 723 into the thermal fluid.
Because the use of a heat pump in this second embodiment allows the system to work at higher temperatures, the working fluid will gasify in the evaporator 20 at a temperature closer to its critical temperature, obtaining also a vapor pressure closer to its critical pressure at said evaporator 20, what allows obtaining higher heights in the thermodynamic circuit, than those obtained with the first embodiment. Per example, it will be possible to use warm tropical shallow sea water (that typically exceeds 20° C. throughout the year) as a heat source in order to gasify sulfur hexafluoride in the evaporator unit 20 at 20° C.; and cold deep sea water (typically under 5° C.) in order to liquefy it in the condenser unit 30 at 5° C. Under said conditions, sulfur hexafluoride, SF6, will gasify with a vapor pressure of 21.08 Bar (P0) at 20° C. (T1) at level L0 in the evaporator unit 20, and will liquefy at level L2 in the condenser unit 30 when the pressure (P2) is equal or greater than 14.47 Bar, that is the vapor pressure of sulfur hexafluoride at 5° C. (T0) (FIGS.
This makes it possible for the direction of propulsion to be controlled. It is possible that a solution to the problems of existing power generation systems may provide answers to the problems of vessel propulsion. Wind and fluid power generation appear to be the most promising methods for obtaining “free” electric ity from nature. Consider first the problems facing mankind in the generation of electricity. This could be of great importance for water turbines where the foil trajectory passes through regions of different flow speed. The arrangement of a “sister” foil a quarter of a cycle out of phase with the first il lustrates this point. The lateral forces cancel one an- other out. Dolor muscular en el pectoral . Position reference sensors, combined with wind sensors, motion sensors and gyro compasses, provide information to the computer pertaining to the vessel’s position and the magnitude and direction of environmental forces affecting its position. ‘P’ is final pressure in Pascals (Pa), ‘Po’ is initial pressure in Pascals (Pa), ‘d’ is density in kilograms per square meter (Kg/m3), ‘g’ is the gravitational acceleration: 9.08665 m/s2; ‘y’ is height in meters.
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4B represents the basic scheme wherein the power extraction apparatus 50 is an impulse turbine 52, wherein prior to hitting the turbine blades, the fluid’s pressure is converted to kinetic energy by a nozzle focused on the turbine, with no pressure change occurring at the turbine blades, pushing the fluid jet the turbine’s curved blades which changes the direction of the flow. Not only does the vane oscillate pivot about an axis normal to the plane of the rods, it also translates from side to side. Finally, Figure 38 shows the general construction of main axis 380. The figure in eludes for convenience a plan view of the bearing superimposed over the side elevation.
The whole mechanism is intended to be sus- pended from a boom slung between pontoons. Per example in case of using ammonia as the working fluid in a closed circuit in a OTEC plant located between tropics, the vapor pressure at 25° C. is approximately 9.5 Bar, while at 5° C. condenses under 5.5 Bar, so the difference in pressure will not be higher than 4 Bar, what is the equivalent pressure obtained in the bottom of a column of approximately 40 meters of water. In the other hand, the construction of dams, as the construction of canals between rivers and dams, alter notably the ecosystems.
It is used mainly for tugs and other boats which need high maneu verability but it is not used for high speeds, or very large scale, because of expense and performance problems. The methods for producing energy by the convective flow of a working fluid through an open or closed circuit, where the hydropower system from the rain cycle in Nature is somehow imitated, had not been commercially built, despite the enormous need of new sources of energy and that the method itself was proved valid, as Mr. Dolor en parte media de la espalda . Where it is necessary to convert linear motion to rotary motion and viceversa, a simple mechanism such as that shown in Figure 11 may suffice. Such hydrofoils or vanes may be driven to cause forward thrust, often sufficient to cause the vessel on which the device is mounted to be propelled for ward.
The present invention relates to a mechanism for causing an hydrofoil to oscillate in fluid.
The vanes in this instance are vertical but may – 2 be horizontal. Finally, Figure 30 shows a mechanism in which four pulleys are interconnected by three belts, chains etc with no slippage on the pulleys. Figure 2 shows an alternative mechanism. The present invention relates to a mechanism for causing an hydrofoil to oscillate in fluid. The mechanism operates as follows. Nitrogen is another good option as pressuring gas because its low molecular mass 28.0134 g/mol, low chemical reactivity, and its big occurrence in the atmosphere, what makes it very feasible from a commercial viewpoint. A smaller radius means a smaller range of angles, therefore a slower frequency of rotation for a turbine, and a higher “gear” for a propeller. These wheels are arranged to be driven by an arrangement of three intermeshing gear wheels 58, 59 and 60 arranged as in Figure 5. When wheel 55 is rotated, the in termediate gears 58-60 cause wheel 56 to be rotated in the same direction and at the same speed.