An embodiment with a negatively buoyant inertial mass 279 will typically be associated with a restoring weight 278 that is heavier than the restoring weight 279 associated with a positively buoyant inertial mass 279, although this is not required, nor a limitation herein. In some embodiments, the inertial mass’s effective negative buoyancy results from its own intrinsic net weight (gravitational weight net of buoyant force) being positive.
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A “compacted” configuration of some embodiments of the converter can enable safe and efficient transportation and deployment of the converter. When a ribbon-like flexible connector is used, for instance to span a distance between the flotation module and the inertial mass, in some embodiments the separate strands that constitute the ribbon-like flexible connector terminate at, or otherwise affix to, a common rigid connector or “junction” located at an intermediate point along the flexible connector.
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In other embodiments the suspended weights can be connected to the flotation module at any location on the flotation module, directly or indirectly. A first end of depending connector 1-150 attaches to inertial mass 1-140 at 1-151 and ascends through aperture 1-115 and is operatively connected to pulley/capstan 1-125 at 1-152. Depending connector 1-150 can be made of steel cable, metal chain, synthetic rope, or any other flexible material with sufficient tensile strength. Pulley/capstan 4-125 a is operatively connected to pulley/capstan 4-125 b by an integral/single shaft 4-125 c that passes through bearing housing 4-125 d, which contains a bearing that bears said shaft 4-125 c. In other words, a rotation of shaft 4-125 c in a first direction is associated with one of the depending connectors winding up on its respective pulley/capstan and the other unwinding on its respective pulley/capstan. Flexible connectors 91-4 pass over and around drums 91-3, but cannot slip relative to the surface of drums 91-3. This can be accomplished by wrapping the flexible connector several times on the drum and fixing its end to the drum surface.
19-125 f. As in FIG.
Restoring weight 1-160 can have a small net weight relative to the inertial mass weighted portion 1-145, so that it has only enough net weight to “rewind” the depending connector 1-150, or it can have a “large” net weight approaching or even exceeding that of the inertial mass weighted portion 1-145, so that it stores appreciable gravitational potential energy when lifted which can be “recaptured” as it descends by a bi-directional power-take-off system. 1 incorporate, utilize, and/or include, flotation modules that have square horizontal cross sections that are approximately circular, hexagonal, and other shapes, unlike the embodiment illustrated in FIG. 19-125 f. As in FIG. FIG. 20 shows section cut C-C from FIG. However, due to its geometry, the substantial upward force imparted to the common connector 1426 by cable 1427 is directed into the inertial mass along line 1429. This force path is separated from the inertial mass’ center of gravity 1430 by a much smaller distance 1431 than was the case with respect to the device configuration illustrated and discussed in relation to FIG.
FIG. 171 is an enlarged sectional side view of the flotation module of the embodiment of FIG. FIG. Dolor de espalda lado izquierdo medio . 13 is a perspective bottom up view of a portion of one of the four power-take-off assemblies of the flotation module of FIGS. FIG. 18 shows section cut A-A from FIG. This can prevent restoring weight 9-160 from “tangling” or knotting around connector segment 9-150 a and can likewise prevent restoring weight 9-160 from developing significant pendulum-like behavior.
Third, in this embodiment, restoring weight 9-160 is toroidal and concentrically/coaxially encloses depending connector segment 9-150 a. Inset 11-300 shows a side cross section of the inertial mass 11-140 and part of the depending connector. FIG. 37 shows section cut 2-2 from FIG. FIG. 16 is a perspective top down view of one of the four power-take-off assemblies of the flotation module of FIG. Dolor de espalda baja causas . FIG. 11 is a perspective top down view of the power-take-off assemblies of the flotation module of FIG. “inertial mass alignment axis.” Note that the buoy’s inertial mass alignment axis, with respect to the illustration in FIG. These walls, e.g. 41, also isolate portions of the PTO module’s interior, keeping those portions separate from the surrounding water. Pistons 505-11 are mounted in piston mount structure 505-12, which is an integral component to the crankshaft-driven piston assembly 503-6. Valving contained in the hydraulic control and filtration container 505-14 allows the reciprocating motion of the rods in pistons 505-11 to draw fluid from crankcase/fluid reservoir 505-7 and be pumped at high pressure to hydraulic turbine 505-15. Accumulators 505-13 maintain fluid pressure and flowrate to turbine 505-15 even if pistons 505-11 stop pumping fluid for a period of time.
A challenge is maintaining favorable “fleet angles” for the converter’s flexible connector(s). When the operatively connected flexible connector 511 moves normal to the gear’s axis of rotation, the gear turns. A top portion of flotation module 1-105 bears and/or supports a power-take-off assembly including a bearing-and-generator housing 1-120, a bearing housing 1-121, a shaft 1-122, and a pulley/capstan 1-125. Bearing-and-generator housing 1-120 and bearing housing 1-121 straddle central aperture 1-115, and each contains a bearing assembly allowing shaft 1-122 to be rotatably supported above central aperture 1-115. Pulley/capstan 1-125 is operatively connected to shaft 1-122 so that the rotation of pulley/capstan 1-125 about a horizontal, longitudinal axis thereof is associated with shaft 1-122 rotating about the same axis.
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Its flaps are free to open to allow ambient water to flow 918 into the damping vessel 914 which facilitates the flow of water out of the open top of the vessel without the creation of any regions of reduced pressure, which might impede the vessel’s descent. And, any or all of such strategies can be implemented, within the power-take-off system of the same embodiment, in response to the detection of specific wave conditions, atmospheric conditions, farm electrical-grid conditions, etc. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Disclosed is a novel ocean wave energy converter (“converter”) designed to cost-effectively achieve a high energy conversion efficiency. Therefore, the ribbon cables roll over their respective rollers so as to lengthen or pay out the portion of the cables connecting the rollers to the inertial mass.
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The cables or ribbon cables may be made of any material, natural or synthetic, and be of any diameter, width, thickness, etc. Flexible connectors 17-4 are commonly attached to confluence 17-6. Confluence 17-6 may be a shackle, swivel, or any one of a multitude of various mechanical hardware. Also attached is pulley 1104 about which the flexible connectors 908-909 are operatively connected. Instead, directionally rectifying pulleys 91-7 are used, which allow flexible connectors 92-4 to always feed onto the groove in pulley 91-7 without an incident angle, regardless of the angle of flotation module 91-1 or its relative position or angle to IM 92-11. Flexible connector 92-4 is shown to be constructed of a single tensile element. Housed within the buoy 1 is a “power-take-off” (or “PTO”) module 6A, 6B, and 7 which contains rollers (pulleys) which interact rotatably with sets of cables, e.g. 445, that is located at a point within the buoy, wherein that point lies within a cylindrical space centered about, and within a radial distance 444 of, the vertical longitudinal axis of the buoy.
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367. Dolor de pie al apoyar . This would tend to create a significant opposing torque that would tend to preserve a horizontal alignment of the buoy and prevent its rotation so as to maintain the relative position of the inertial mass 361 along the buoy’s inertial mass alignment axis. In some embodiments, the material within the computing chamber 106 that surrounds the computing circuits 116 and 117 is a phase-changing material that does not conduct electricity to a significant degree. That power-generation mechanism 106 obtains its power, and/or is driven or energized by the torque imparted to a pulley 104, roller, gear, wheel, capstan, or other rotatable mechanical interface, by the downward force imparted to a ribbon cable 103 by a negatively-buoyant structure 102, vessel, body, element, and/or mass, of relatively great inertia. Because inertial mass 1-140 has great effective mass, it can experience a slower and/or less responsive change in its vertical velocity relative to the change in vertical acceleration of the restoring weight 1-160. The restoring weight 1-160 can experience a faster and/or more responsive change in its vertical velocity.