A series of paddle wheels may be aligned in a row, such as along either side of the platform or within the passageway. It is important, therefore, that the claims be regarded as including such equivalent constructions insofar as they do not depart from the spirit and scope of the present invention. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT INVENTION The particulars shown herein are by way of example and for purposes of illustrative discussion of the embodiments of the present invention only and are presented in the cause of providing what is believed to be the most useful and readily understood description of the principles and conceptual aspects of the present invention. Further, since numerous modifications and changes will readily occur to those skilled in the art, it is not desired to limit the invention to the exact construction and operation shown and described, and accordingly, all suitable modifications and equivalents may be resorted to, falling within the scope of the invention.
Dolores Musculares Piernas
Such an arrangement has many advantages including those related to manufacture, maintenance and operation. This method has many deficiencies including high initial construction costs for such facilities, the potential and actual environmental damage associated with accidents at such facilities and the long term storage problems associated with the spent “fuel rods” from such facilities. A common method in commercial use involves burning a combustible material, such as oil, natural gas or coal, to directly power a generator unit or to heat a fluid to produce steam to power a generator unit. Another common method in commercial use involves using a radioactive material maintained at a precise nuclear reaction state to produce heat to heat a fluid to produce steam to power a generator unit. A simple method of providing this passageway involves providing opposing barges mounted together with the passageway therebetween.
CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS The present application is a continuation-in-part of U.S.
Yet another common method in commercial use involves harnessing the energy produced during movement of water from a first, elevationally high, position and a second, elevationally low, position as occurs in certain flowing bodies of water. None of these methods have been widely accepted for commercial electricity production. Generally, the invention relates to devices which may produce electricity from naturally occurring environmental conditions. Due to the relative stability in the flow within flowing bodies of water, and the capabilities to adjust characteristics associated with electricity output to compensate for variations in flow rates, electricity production units having features of the present invention are ideally suited to produce consistent, reliable and inexpensive electricity. CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS The present application is a continuation-in-part of U.S. Into this passageway a paddle wheel, or wheels, may be mounted to encounter the water flowing through the passageway. An electricity production unit will have a paddle wheel, a device to mount the paddle wheel, a transfer mechanism to transfer motion of rotation of the paddle wheel and an electricity generator capable of conversion of the motion of rotation of the paddle wheel into electricity.
- Rodillas al pecho
- Reacciones inmunológicas,
- Optimizations to water courses to enhance performance. (e.g. Dolor al doblar la rodilla en la parte de atras . Narrowing)
- Water-conveyance apparatus as set forth in claim 4 wherein
- Limpiador para el baño
- Evitar el contacto cercano con personas que tengan infecciones respiratorias agudas
Generator gear 56 of the respective electricity generator 22 engages second drive chain 48 to transfer the rotational power to the respective electricity generator 22. Each electricity generator 22 is capable of a conversion of the motion of the rotation of leading end paddle wheel 35 transferred by the transfer mechanism into electricity. FIG. 1 depicts floating platform 14 as formed by a first barge 74 and a second barge 76 with a passageway 78 there between. Third gear 46 has a larger diametric measurement than the diametric measurement of generator gears 56 which provides for an increase in the RPM rate of generator gears 56 relative to third gear 46. Each chain drive assembly 20 provides for a first rotational conversion mechanism and a second rotational conversion mechanism to radically increase in the RPM rate of generator axle 54 of electricity generator 22 relative to the RPM rate of the paddle wheel.
Dolor Neuropatico Curso
The floating electricity production unit may further comprise a rotational speed conversion mechanism, and wherein the electricity generator further comprises a generator axle and wherein the rotational speed conversion mechanism provides for a conversion of each rotation of a respective paddle wheel into a multiplicity of rotations of the generator axle of the electricity generator. According to other aspects of the invention, the depth varying mechanism may selectively vary the depth of penetration of the paddle wheel into the flowing body of water and comprises a fluid storage container positioned on the floating platform, wherein a transfer of fluid into the fluid storage container causes the floating platform to ride lower in the body of water, and wherein a transfer of fluid out of the fluid storage container causes the floating platform to ride higher in the body of water.
According to other aspects of the invention, the floating electricity production unit may further comprise a plurality of electricity generators and wherein each paddle wheel drives a plurality of the electricity generators. Numerous methods exist to produce electricity. Various manufacturers and models exist for such generators in use on ‘wind farms’.
Dolor Neuropatico Herpes
The floating platform may have various supporting equipment mounted thereon, such as measuring meter, transformers and rectifiers. More preferably, the electricity production unit will be mounted on a floating platform which is stationarily anchored within the flowing body of water by any of the conventional methods known in the art to secure floating platforms in bodies of water. The paddles may be constructed of any suitable material having properties allowing durable repetitive pressure bearing contact with water.
Each paddle will have a width, measured from an outer extent, periphery edge, generally toward the central axis of the paddle wheel, sufficient to provide an expansive contact surface for the water to act upon. Still another example involves selectively varying a depth of penetration of the paddle wheel relative to a surface of the body of water to place a greater or lesser surface area of the paddles into contact with the water. 7 also depicts a mechanical elevational height varying mechanism of leading end paddle wheel 35. Dolor de codo y hombro izquierdo . A hydraulic lift assembly 62, having opposing cylinders 64, see FIG. When the elevational change is naturally occurring, installation must occur near the waterfalls. When the elevational change is man-made, installation must occur near the man-made dam. FIG. 3 is an elevational side view of select components of the electricity production unit depicted in FIG. FIG. 4 is an elevational side view of select components of the electricity production unit depicted in FIG.
FIG. 6 is a top plan view of a portion of the electricity production unit depicted in FIG. FIG. 5 depicts a side view of one of the paddles 28. Paddle 28 has a periphery side 104 distal from central axis 34, not shown in this view, of paddle wheel 16. Periphery side 104 has a curvature 106 there along. An example would involve selectively varying an angle of attack of the paddles, or a select portion of the individual paddles, or a select group of paddles, relative to the central axis of the paddle wheel. Another example would involve selectively varying a spacing distance of the paddles, or select paddles, relative to the central axis of the paddle wheel. This varying of the depth of penetration may involve either elevationally displacing the paddle wheel relative to the mounting surface of the paddle wheel or elevationally displacing the entire platform housing the paddle wheel relative to the surface of the body of water.