A pair of magnets 184M should produce a magnetic flux of a predetermined amount in the portion of chamber 185, embraced by the pair of magnets. Therefore, the electric power converted from the relative mechanical motion between the armature and inductor is generally proportional to the product of the effective amounts of the electric current and the EMF, that is to the squared amount of EMF, or to the squared amount of the shadowed area on FIG. 8 d. Only extra-strong outer impacts cause the ending sections to be involved in operation intensively decelerating rod 150 with all inductor cores, at the same time producing more electric power. Alternatively, the linear reciprocating motion of the float may be translated into a rotation of an IWET’s inductor using a worm gear, or another translating means that does not depart such a converter form the principles of the present invention.
2 a, comprises an array of permanent magnets (110), having similar characteristics to the ones of magnet 101, fixedly and linearly disposed on an inductor core (112), with an equal interval between each neighboring pair of magnets 110. Inductor core 112 has characteristics similar to the ones of core 102. Every two neighboring magnets 110 are positioned in the opposite polarity. FIG. 7 c reflects a plurality of magnets (110) peripherally mounted on core 112 with an equal interval between each neighboring pair of magnets 110. Shaft 127, core 112, and magnets 110 are enclosed within core 120, so that there is a substantially equal air gap (g1) between the outermost surfaces of teeth 120T and corresponding magnets 110. In this embodiment the number of teeth 120T is equal to the number of magnets 110, though the other types of IWET disclosed above may be used as well.
This embodiment of MSL-IWET may also be driven by wind, where it’s installed preferably horizontally, and encapsulated in a suitable casing, having, for example, two bell-shaped ending portions (145M), one of which is shown on FIG. This phenomenon is called vortex shedding. As will be described below, in the detailed description, the inventor has found that passively affecting vortex shedding has some limitations. Dolor muscular causas . The MP-IWECS embodiment comprises a plurality of waterproof cables (138), each enclosing cables 131, 137, 136, which cables 138 each connects one MSL-IWET with one unit 175. Other embodiments may have a different schema, such as connecting one unit 175 to a plurality of MSL-IWETs, or vice-versa, with an implementation of control principles following below, or with a different control and electrical load system. The above-mentioned wireless transmitter-receiver may also be used for other purposes, such as transmitting meteorological data, system parameters, waves and wind parameters, etc.
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Thus, many known WEC constructions deploy a vertically reciprocating float moved by the surface waves relatively to a substantially immovable housing rigidly anchored to the sea bottom ground level (the housing is often placed underwater, for instance, as taught in the above mentioned U.S. The releasing means may be performed, for instance, as a solenoid, and when electric current flows through its winding (initiated by said signal of the sensor), the blades, being pulled by the solenoid, are revolved to an opened position and stay in it for a predetermined time.
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U.S. Pat. No. 4,151,423 discloses a magnetohydrodynamic electric generator for direct energy conversion of saline water kinetic energy flowing through a magnetic field and a sea platform containing a multitude of electricity generators to maximize such conversion. 130 / 041101-1), the authors discloses a vortex induced vibration aquatic clean energy (VIVACE) which converts ocean/river current hydrokinetic energy to a usable form of energy such as electricity using vortex-induced vibration (VIV) successfully and efficiently. FIG. 6 a illustrates two holders (140) substantially vertically installed on platform 160. Holders 140 support an armature casing (125) enclosing an armature core (120) with coils (130) wound thereon. FIG. 12 a shows four IWSGs located in the corner regions of platform 170. Each IWSG comprises a rigid hollow toroid chamber (1 85), also depicted in more detail on an isometric view of FIG.