FIG. 19 is a schematic representation of an energy harvester incorporating a pinion gear to drive a generator. FIG. 6 is a schematic representation of a double concentric shaft used to drive the Magnus cylinders and transmit the power to the generator. FIG. 5 is a schematic end representation of a radial device with staggered rotating Magnus cylinders in an axial position within a tube. Because the other scoop has its open end oriented in the opposite direction, its streamlined closed end is able to move through the air with less resistance, thus resulting in rotary motion. Other types of fluid motion power generators are also known. One drawback of the Magnus type power generators described in the prior art is that in order to harness the power in a moving fluid, the Magnus cylinders must first be rotated using electric motors that are attached to the Magnus cylinder shaft.
Tipos De Dolor Lumbar
The energy harvester can be attached to either a floating platform or a fixed platform depending on the conditions of the fluid that it is placed in. Thus it would be desirable to produce energy harvesters that are capable of achieving higher efficiency by higher speed Magnus cylinder rotation, as well as other efficiency improvements, but which do not require the need to reduce the operating efficiency of the system by using valuable generated electrical power just to rotate the Magnus cylinders. This central shaft may have an axis of rotation, as well as a substantially cylindrical interior that also has a second inner shaft positioned inside the central shaft, and this inner shaft will be capable of rotating independently about the central shaft’ s axis of rotation.
- Neuropatía diabética,
- Alteraciones en la piel sobre la zona de las vértebras
- Intertrigo. Aparece por fricción y rozamiento de los pliegues de la piel
- Sacar a pasear el perro
The cylinders are oriented transversely to the flow through the passage and are mounted for rotation, for example, via bearings 1080 and 1085 in cylinder supports 1000 and 1105 shown in FIG. This increase in turbulence reduces the drag of the Magnus cylinder movement in the fluid flow thereby increasing the energy that can be extracted. Como curar dolor de cuello y espalda . The Magnus cylinders may be longitudinally separated in pairs so that flow from the first or leading cylinder is accelerated and further accelerated by the second or next cylinder which is in the rear of the first cylinder and positioned at least 30 degrees out of phase but not more than 179 degrees out of phase of the first cylinder. Thus the present invention extracts more energy from the moving wind or fluid than was previously possible.
Such Savonius rotors are very inefficient, and are not able to rotate faster than the wind speed. In such an embodiment, the energy harvester may be located just below the surface of the water, where the current velocity is greatest, and the harvester may be retained in that location by virtue of the rise and fall of the vessel with the water. 20 to pump fluids such as air or water. FIG. 20 is a schematic representation of an energy harvester incorporating a pinion gear to drive a pump. FIG. 1 is a schematic side view representation of a radial device with staggered rotating Magnus cylinders in an axial position within a channel defined by walls.
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The present invention uses fin or finned device (e.g. For still higher efficiency, often at least some of these Magnus cylinders may additionally be positioned on different locations on the outer cylinder (e.g. 10 and 11) can be hydraulic (e.g. The fan device may be attached to the energy harvester so that it to rises and falls with the water level, and is therefore in the optimal location to generate rotation of the drive shaft for the Magnus cylinders and induce the beneficial turbulence. This at least one Magnus cylinder may be affixed by a mechanism attached to the cylinder’s first axis of rotation to the outer portion of a central shaft that rotates on an axis that substantially parallel to the direction of a fluid moving at a fluid velocity with a direction and speed. This central shaft itself will have its own axis of rotation that is substantially parallel to the direction of the fluid.
9 is shown mounted to a structure where the energy harvester is in communication with a fluid flow 90. The energy harvester is comprised of side walls 307 that receive a flow 90. The central shaft 40 with Magnus cylinders 200, 201, 210, and 211 located thereon is mounted between the channel side walls 307. The fluid flow path is defined by an inflow fluid channel formed by channel walls 307. The fin device 88 is located on Magnus cylinder drive shaft 45, and as before is rotated by fluid flow 90. As previously described, the fin means increase the turbulence of the fluid, thereby reducing the drag of the Magnus cylinders.
For example, the inflow fluid channel can be connected to one or more of a sewer, a water treatment facility, a water drain, a holding pond, aqueducts, a roof drain, outflow from a dam, an air conditioning line, and a holding tank. 4 and 5), rotating Magnus cylinders generate Magnus force lift.
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9. Dolor en la rodilla despues de una caida . To increase the Magnus force lift, the energy harvester is replicated within 1 – 20 diameters of the Magnus cylinder. 6. The fin device 88 can be located at either the proximal or distal end of the Magnus cylinder drive shaft 1045 when viewed from the fluid flow 90 perspective. Savonius type rotors essentially are an asymmetric type of rotary air scoop mounted on a shaft where the open end of one scoop catches wind, thus providing force that rotates the other scoop around the shaft axis.
FIGS. 4 and 5 show a rotational system that uses the fluid flow in the channel to rotate the cylinders in perpendicular fashion to develop lift perpendicular to the flow. As used herein, the term “electrical grid” refers to any system used to utilize or transport electrical current. Here, when the fluid flow 520 reaches the Magnus cylinder 500 which is rotating in direction 501, the flow is diverted around the cylinder causing higher pressure in flow stream 505, and lower pressure in flow stream 506. The gradient of flow stream 505 and flow stream 506 results in lift 510. This scheme is termed an on-axis Magnus system. Channeling the flow from a larger cross section into a smaller cross section where the cylinder can take advantage of the increased flow speed of the fluid facilitates an increase in the lift of the cylinder. This also allows the fan device to be larger than the flow channel so that the fan can develop the appropriate torque to rotatably drive the Magnus Cylinders.
Savonius turbine cannot rotate faster than speed of the moving fluid. FIG. 22 shows a typical fin means in the form of a Savonius turbine. Here the term “fin” is used broadly to encompass a turbine or turbine blade, Savonius turbine, screw, or fan assembly. Dolor de espalda y brazos causas . This fluid flow intensification scheme can be used in any of the embodiments envisioned by the present invention.
The invention also teaches an air flow device that may be used to increase the Magnus lifting force, which may be installed on the outer peripheral surfaces of the rotary cylinders. The more turbulent fluid flow 90 will in turn interacts with the Magnus cylinders in a way that both reduces the drag of the Magnus cylinders and allows them to rotate faster, further increasing the energy produced by the energy harvester. The fin device has the added benefit for the Magnus cylinders of inducing turbulent flow into the energy harvesting chamber. FIG. 2 is a schematic end view representation of a radial device with staggered rotating Magnus cylinders in an axial position within a channel defined by walls. FIG. 13 is a schematic end representation of a radial device with double planar rotating Magnus cylinders in an axial position within a tube.
FIG. 10 is a schematic side representation of a radial device with planar rotating Magnus cylinders in an axial position within a tube. By locating the finned device near the fluid intake the finned device cause turbulence and the turbulence is beneficial to the lift created by the Magnus cylinders. The Magnus cylinders may be rotated by a drive mechanism as shown in FIG 6. As a result of fluid flow 90, the fin device 88 drives shaft 1045, which in turn drives the bevel gears 1050, 1055, 1060 and 1065 as previously discussed. As before, in these figures, the fin device 88 is located on Magnus cylinder drive shaft 1045, and is again rotated by fluid flow 90. Again as before, the imparted rotation from fin device 88 (due to fluid flow 90) drives shaft 1045, which in turn drives the bevel gears 1050, 1055, 1060 and 1065 (previously shown in Fig.