Additionally, the device also makes use of only one pulley. Although a single pulley reduces the overall weight of the device, it makes the likelihood of consistent operation highly unlikely. The loop member 30 can be a single continuous structure, or it can be made of a plurality of segments that are joined or connected together. Each attachment arm can have a length such that, when the catchment devices are in the open position, the catchment devices do not contact the loop member. 2, the systems 10 can be angled relative to each other. FIG. 8 shows another possible arrangement of a plurality of systems 10. Instead of a parallel arrangement, like as is shown in FIG.
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The general idea of harnessing energy from natural sources, such as the flow of a fluid like water or air, has been known for centuries and is highly desired for being abundant and clean. Each catchment device being operatively connected to a respective one of the attachment al us or the support rods such that each catchment device is spaced from the loop member the catchment device including an open position and a closed position, whereby the catchment device reacts with a fluid flow to open in the direction of the fluid flow to thereby transmit energy from the fluid flow to drive the continuous chain, and whereby the catchment devices collapse to the closed position in the direction opposite to the fluid flow to significantly reduce drag. As the opened catchment devices 34 pass around the aft rotatable member 24, the opened catchment device 34 will collapse to a closed position as it encounters the force of the flow 14 in the opposite direction.
The arrangement shown in FIG.
The catchment devices can collapse to the closed position in the direction opposite to the fluid flow to significantly reduce drag. It will be appreciated that if the catchment devices 34 are provided in a staggered arrangement, such as the one shown in FIG. The arrangement shown in FIG. Further, all of the clips and buoyancy correcting members have the flexible member running through the center of them. The first member can have a proximal end attached to the loop member and can extend substantially perpendicular therefrom in a section of the loop member between the forward and at rotatable members. The first member can have a proximal end attached to the loop member and a distal end attached to a portion of the first member, such as at or near the distal end of the first member. 6, one end of the central support rod 70 can be attached to the attachment arm 60, such as at or near the distal end 68. The central support rod 70 can extend from the attachment arm 60 at any suitable angle.
One end of the support rod can be connected to a distal end region of the attachment arm and can extend therefrom to another end. Likewise, another portion of each drive shaft 28 can operatively engage a respective one of the electric generators 18. More particularly, a portion of each drive shaft 28 can be rotatably connected to one or more of the electric generators 18. In one embodiment, the drive shaft 28 can be connected to the generators 18 by a sliding spline drive, a slip joint or other suitable means.
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The flexible member passes through the geometric center of each sail. Dolor neuropatico lumbar . The edge opposite of the hinged edge 48 can be attached to the loop member 30 by attachment cords, cable or other suitable attachment devices 40 to achieve the proper configuration to allow for proper rotation and deployment. The loop member 30 can be flexible. The system 10 can further include a continuous loop member 30. The loop member 30 can be supported by the rotatable members 22, 24. The loop member 30 can operatively engage the rotational members 22, 24 such that the loop member 30 can rotate the rotational members 22, 24. The loop member 30 can be any suitable structure. For example two loop members 30 can be used and are each can operatively engage a forward rotatable member 22 and an aft rotatable member 24. The two forward rotatable members 22 can be connected by a common rotor shaft (not shown) so that the two forward rotatable members 22 rotate together.
2 shows two generators 18 operatively associated with each system, it will be appreciated that there can be more than two generators 18 driven by each system. A first subset of the plurality of attachment arms can have an associated first length. Dolor de seno y espalda . 5, one end of the central support rod 70 can be attached to the attachment arm 60, such as at or near the distal end 68. The central support rod 70 can extend from the attachment arm 60 at any suitable angle.
Each attachment arm extends outwardly from the attachment arm to a distal end. For instance, the rotatable members 22, 24 can be operatively connected to the generators 18 by way of a drive shaft 28. In one embodiment, the drive shaft 28 can be encased within the lowering members 26. A portion of each drive shaft 28 can be operatively connected to one of the rotatable members 22, 24. More particularly, a portion of each drive shaft 28 can be rotatably connected to one of the rotatable members 22, 24. In one embodiment, the rotatable members 22, 24 can be connected to the drive shaft 28 by, for example, a sliding spline drive, a slip joint or other suitable means.
A conductor, such as cable 120, can be operatively connected to receive electrical energy produced by the generator 18. A portion of the cable 120 can be housed within the vertical shaft 100. The cable 120 can exit at or near the bottom of the vertical shaft 100 and can extend therefrom to the shore.
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The two rear rotatable members 24 can also be connected together by a common rotor shaft (not shown) so that they rotate together. Indeed, the systems 10 can have operatively connected forward rotatable members 22 such that a V-shaped configuration is formed. For example, one or more support members 94 can be operatively attached to the leading end portion 90 of the system 10, such as the forward rotatable member 22, to the barge 16 or other support structure. A plurality of connectors, such as, for example, cords, cables or ties, can be attached to and extend from an end of the canopy. 1, because the moment force from one system 10, acting to twist the barge 16 or other support structure, would offset the moment force from the other system 10. Dolor de planta del pie . While FIG. The support structure can be buoyant, such as a barge 16. The system 10 can include one or more electric generators 18. The electric generators 18 can be provided on the barge 16. In one embodiment, the electric generators 18 can be provided in a hermetically sealed compartment of the barge 16 and/or the generators 18 themselves can be adapted for underwater usage.
Thus, there is a need for a fluid-based energy generation system that can minimize such concerns. FIG. 2 is a top plan view of a fluid-based power generation system, showing a configuration in which a plurality of systems is arranged in a parallel configuration. Referring to FIG. 1, a fluid-based power generation system 10 is shown. The generator 18 can be mounted on the shaft 100, or it can be mounted on a portion of the system 10, as is shown. In such case, a shaft 100 or stanchion can be embedded in or otherwise mounted to the water body floor 102. Additional support for the shaft 100 can be provided by cables 104 and anchors 106 or other means. For instance, the catchment devices 34 can be in the form of parachutes 36, as is shown in FIGS. The lowering members 26 can be any suitable structure for keeping the system 10 at depth in the body of water 12. The lowering members 26 can be hollow.
The support members 94 can be deployed with the lowering members 26 or can be included subsequently. The other end of the support rod can engage a portion of a respective one of the catchment devices. FIG. 7 shows another embodiment of a manner of deploying a system 10. In this arrangement, a plurality of buoyant members is used to support the system 10 in the body of water 12. At least one buoyant member can be provided to support the leading end portion 90 of the system 10, and at least one other buoyant member can be provided to support the trailing end portion 92 of the system 10. The buoyant members can be attached to the system in any suitable manner. A plurality of lines is attached around the open end of the sails and to the flexible member.