Inertial mass 1-140 has, contains, and/or is connected to an inertial mass weighted portion 1-145. The purpose of the inertial mass weighted portion 1-145 is to provide the inertial mass with sufficiently positive net weight, i.e. FIG. 69 illustrates a buoy oscillating with wave motion in a manner similar to the one illustrated in FIG. A buoy 450 has a hemi-circular cross-section 452 with respect to one horizontal axis 454, and a linear (i.e. ’s orientation changes from its nominal horizontal orientation 1302 to a tilted one 1300. This tilting lowers one cable connection point 1308, thus decreasing the distance by which it is separated from its complementary connection point 1309 on the inertial mass. “slack” in the portion of the connector 20-22 that connects the inertial mass 19 to a pulley (connected to a generator or other power-takeoff, or PTO) inside 11. Restoring weight 18 which has a mass which is less than the combined mass of the inertial vessel and the water trapped therein.
The tension introduced into the ribbon cable by the unequal rates of upward acceleration of the buoy and the inertial mass, and the increasing separation of the two, exerts an upward force on the inertial mass causing it to accelerate upward, albeit at a rate less than that of the buoy. If the pulley 1002 were unable to rotate about the longitudinal axis of the hollow connecting arm, and the cable 1011 were to be pulled down, as if by an inertial mass that was resisting an upward acceleration of the buoy 1000, and also including a lateral component to the cable’s direction, i.e. 88. Note that the cable 1011 is aligned with a plane at 1017, and normal to the page, that is coplanar with the pulley’s plane of rotation. Dolor en musculos de la espalda . If a flotation module with a requisite “circular” shape (e.g. 140 and 141, each respective cable, e.g.
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This embodiment’s use of weights 302-303, each of which is connected to the flotation module 291 and the inertial mass 299 at opposite ends of said weight, allows the upward movement of inertial mass 299 to be stopped and/or arrested relatively “gently” as the imposition of the opposing force of each weight, 302 and 303, is applied progressively as the weight is raised from an approximately vertical orientation to an approximately horizontal orientation. This allows the traction-winch rollers to spin in their reverse directions without engaging their respective crankshafts, and without causing the hydraulic cylinders to be pumped. A single flap 2028 in the partition wall allows water to flow upward when open 2027, and obstructs such flow when closed 2028. Flaps, e.g. When the buoy 130 is lifted by a wave, it pulls the connected inertial mass 132 upward.
When the average depths of the float 2711 and inertial mass 2713 are decreased, more offset weights, e.g., 2719, indirectly increase the effective net weight of the inertial mass. This embodiment controls and/or adjusts the effective net weight of its inertial mass 2713 by controlling the degree, duration, and/or timing, of its capstanmediated resistance of the movements of flexible connector 2710 / 2715 across and/or around its shafts. This embodiment further includes an electrical power cable 7-750 adapted to carry electrical power from the generator housed in the converter to a remote electrical grid, such as an onshore grid adjacent to a shoreline of the body of water.
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A buoy 520 floats adjacent to a surface of a body of water. The other end of each strand of the multi-stranded cable 212 is affixed to drum 214. As waves, especially the heave, moves the buoy up and down, the cable 212 rotates the drums 213-214 which causes a shaft of generator 215, and/or power take-off (PTO), to rotate as well, thereby generating electrical power. 55, a motor is provided in housing 3-120 that applies an appropriate torque to shaft 3-122 and to pulley/capstan 3-125, allowing it to rewind the pulley/capstan as appropriate. 307, are arranged, shaped, designed, and/or have geometries, such that the material, e.g. Or, again for avoidance of confusion and for precision, and again in some embodiments, a peak drag force over the course of given period of time can be compared to a peak tension in the flexible connector over the same period of time, and the latter is far greater than the former (e.g.
A flotation module 560 floats on or adjacent to the surface 561 of a body of water.
Taking into account the water inside the inertial mass and also taking into account any “inertial mass weighted portion” that may be included in or be affixed to or that may depend from the inertial mass, the inertial mass in this embodiment has a greater average density than water. FIG. 81 is a diagram illustrating the motion of the embodiment of FIG. The attempts to recover useful energy from the motion of waves on a body of water are well documented. A flotation module 560 floats on or adjacent to the surface 561 of a body of water. In subfigure 45B the water level 2B-100 has risen relative to 2A-100. Consequently, flotation the module 2B-105 is displacing more water in 45B than in 45A. The flotation module therefore experiences a larger buoyant force than before and can rise. Mounted on and/or against the peripheral side wall of the flotation module 2900 is a constricting post-tensioning band 2904 that provides approximately radial compressive forces in order to pre-stress the flotation module and help support downward vertical forces imparted to its upper surface, and/or aperture mouths, by PTO assembly 2902 and upward buoyant forces imparted to its lower surface.
A pair of ducted fans 221-222 mounted to an upper surface of the buoy 210 provide forward thrust with which the embodiment may propel itself across the surface of the water on which it floats. Housed within the buoy 1 is a “power-takeoff’ (or “PTO”) module 6A, 6B, and 7 which contains rollers (pulleys) which interact rotatably with sets of cables, e.g. Levantarse cansado y con dolor muscular . This method of controlling the effective net weight of the inertial mass might be characterized as “passive” or “coupled” as it is an indirect consequence of the direct control of the average depth of the float to which the offset weights are tethered.
Any buoyant structure, regardless of the materials of which it is made, or the method by which it is fabricated, falls within the scope of the invention herein disclosed. Power chain 575/576 is connected to inertial mass 581 at attachment point 580 and to restoring weight 578 at attachment point 577, and passes operatively about pulley 573 which is located in/at/atop lifting module 571 and can be operatively connected to a generator. It also causes the “counter-wound” cable 556 connecting the roller to the restoring weight to decrease, thus lifting the restoring weight and increasing its gravitational potential energy. And, it has been determined that it is important to ensure that the ratio of the pulley diameter to the cable diameter (D/d ratio) is 40 or greater. The ribbon cable passes from the inertial mass through the aperture and onto and around a three-roller traction winch.
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- After ran is emitted, part is windward controlled in the flight position with low rope power, and
- Aplicación de cremas antiinflamatorias a base de árnica
- Anemia macrocítica
- Edad más joven
- Cambios en la temperatura de la piel
- FIG. 3 shows a foreshortening view from above of the system in one of its configurations
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1. The PTO module 6B-6C extends through the bottom of the buoy’s hull. This will tend to allow the current to pass more easily through the hexagonal “holes” in the inertial mass, allowing the converter as a whole to be less susceptible to currents. Causas de dolor de espalda . 204 and 212. A “stop” 211 is immovably connected to flexible connector 204 and 213, and establishes and/or defines the maximal relative depth to which a weight 207 can descend. In particular, machine learning and neural network circuits, which can be incorporated into the control system, may provide countertorque directives that are difficult for humans to understand in all cases, even though they accomplish highly successful regulation of the depth of the inertial mass.