Adjacent to the two opposing Rack Gears are two Half-Stroke Clutch Gears (3-A and 3-B) whose teeth mesh with the Rack Gears (2-A and 2B). As the Rack Gears move up and down by wave action, the Half-Stroke Clutch Gears are turned. The axles for the two Half-Stroke Clutch Gears (3-A and 3-B) are extended outward and are keyed directly to their respective Half-Stroke Drive Gears (4-A and 4-B). These have a larger diameter than the Half-Stroke Clutch Gears. However, the Half-Stroke Clutch Gears do not alternate between clockwise and counter-clockwise rotations as the Main Shaft rises and falls. The clutch allows the flywheel to coast and continue generating electricity under its own momentum even when there is a delay between incident wave cycles. Other practical applications for the present invention could have the conversion mechanism incorporated into the legs of offshore drilling rigs or floating wind and wave energy platforms.
- There is no plurality of storage tank to meet the opportunity to store more energy
- Imágenes por resonancia magnética del abdomen
- Rotación de cadera
- Es raro también tener dolor de cabeza, pero sí es posible
- Tipos de dolor
- Mantén la postura de la rana por 1 minuto
Both the off shore and onshore embodiments of the present invention, have the benefit of being directly accessible for easy, direct, less costly maintenance and repairs on the electrical components. In the first configuration of the device, and in order to extract the kinetic energy of waves, flaps or blades hanging from the float frame are placed at both sides from the center of the float. Very few of the systems are design to extract the kinetic energy derived from the back and forth movement of water molecules in the wave. One system captures wave energy through a direct drive apparatus.
One method borrows from the standard rack and pinion concept. Dolor de espalda cadera y piernas . There is a synchronized movement between the flaps 11 a and 11 b and the gear rack or chain, or equivalent component 4 a though components 13 a, 13 b, 14, 15 and 16. As can be seen in FIG. The majority of these systems are design to extract only the potential energy contained in the up and down movement of water molecules in the wave. During abnormal sea conditions when the rotational speed of the power take off system surpasses a desired set speed, the design capacity of the wave energy converter is being surpassed and the fins may take the position to maintain the longitudinal axis of the float frame perpendicular to incoming waves, thus allowing the WEC to absorb the minimum amount of energy per wave crest. 9 and 10, the apparatus is composed of a machine room 1 which encloses a power take off system (not shown).
FIG. 18 is a right side view of the second configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention with flaps or blades in the middle position indicating the machine room (float and corresponding base and rotary joint supporting the machine room not shown) in the mid position and the gear rack, for power extraction through power take off systems pinions, in the middle position as well. 1 and 2 is the main column or beam 4 of the device that is attached to legs 6 and corresponding supports 7 for placing the device at the sea or lake bottom 9. In these Figures is also shown rotary joint 5 that separates machine room 1 from float frame 8 and that is design to allow the float and its corresponding base to rotate in any horizontal direction while maintaining the machine room fixed in the same horizontal direction. Below machine room 1 separate by a rotary joint that will be described later, there is a float 2 that serves two purposes.
Dolor Espalda Baja
The axles will never rotate in a counter-clockwise direction. FIG. 21 is a front view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention where the main column or beam is attached to an underwater float for deep-water deployment. FIG. 9 is a general front view of the second configuration (flaps or blades attached to the front leg of the main column or beam) of the wave energy converter of the present invention. In the second configuration of the device, and in order to extract the kinetic energy of waves, flaps or blades are attached to the front leg of the main column or beam at the sea bottom and placed at both sides from this leg, in the case of shallow waters.
Dolor Espalda Y Abdomen
FIG. 11 is a general top view of the second configuration (flaps or blades attached to the front leg of the main column or beam) of the wave energy converter of the present invention. FIG. 1 is a general front view of the first configuration (flaps or blades hanging from the float frame) of the wave energy converter of the present invention and FIG.
Figure 19 shows a cross section view of a part of an apparatus having vertical pipes 140 connected to a horizontal manifold 142. In a further embodiment of the invention each pipe 140 is divided into a plurality of chambers 144 arranged vertically along the length of the pipe. Dolor planta del pie cerca de los dedos . Affixed to opposing sides of the Main Shaft, are Rack Gears (2-A and 2-B) that have machined gear teeth that run between the limits of the Main Shaft’s (1) stroke length which is determined by maximum high and low tide calculations.