Dolor de los talones del pie

Licenciatura en Fisioterapia - UNEMI The first and second open cylinders 34 and 36 communicate by way of a large diameter pipe 38 connecting a pair of openings 40 and 42 respectively defined on bottom walls 44 and 46 of the tanks 10 and 11 and within the open cylinders 34 and 36, as best seen in FIG.

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A horse standing on the field Means are provided for alternately supplying to and exhausting water from the first and second tank means, whereby the telescopic first and second tubular arrangements in the respective tank means are alternately extended and compressed by means of the water rising or lowering in the space in the respective tank means. Switches 74 and 78 are vertically located for being substantially triggered by actuating means 94 and 96 at the end of the upward stroke of the respective pistons 14 and 15. Switches 76 and 80 are positioned for releasing a signal on the upward movement of the respective pistons 14 and 15 substantially at half stroke thereof, i.e.

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The switches 74, 76, 78, and 80 respectively comprise a movable part 82, 84, 86, and 88. The switches 74 and 76 are fixedly mounted on a first mounting means 90, and the switches 78 and 80 are similarly mounted to a second mounting means 92 (see FIG. 7, water transfers by gravity from the first tank 10 to the second tank 11 through the transfer pipe 62. Air transfers from the first piston 14 to the second piston 15, the pistons 14 and 15 respectively moving downwardly and upwardly. U.S. Pat. No. 989,873, 1911, Rates et al, discloses a water motor in which both the buoyant forces of the water and the gravity forces thereof are alternatively used to impart a rocking movement to a beam. U.S. Pat. Nos. Dolor de articulaciones en las manos . 921,637, 1909, Vanderslice, and 1,557,290, 1925, Ippolito, both disclose a hydraulic motor in which the bouyant forces of water are used to alternately raise a pair of floats thereby imparting a rocking movement to a beam connected therebetween.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is, therefore, an aim of the present invention to provide an improved hydraulic motor characterized by a simple structure wherein a minimum amount of water is used to produce power. All of the above patents disclose motors producing a power output directly proportional to the amount of water used as the various receptacles must be completely filled with water to generate forces that result in power being developed. The amount of water W required is that needed to surround the pistons 14 and 15, thus avoiding air A leaking from the previously defined cnstant volume air chamber and allowing pistons 14 and 15 to float. Therefore, the differences between the diameters of the tanks 10 and 11, the pistons 14 and 15, and the open cylinders 34 and 36, are determined by the requirement of having enough water W to surround the pistons 14 and 15 to provide buoyance and by the precision of the construction of the motor M. The differences between the aforementioned diameters tend to be minimal within those limits so that the motor M requires a minimum amount of water per cycle.