The toothed sector is moved angularly from left to right by the action of the connecting rod 209 when the end or head 208 thereof supported by the roller pin 207, driven by the wheel 205, passes from the position m” to the position m” at the end of its movement within the lot 206, the latter assuming the position shown in dotted lines in FIG. 1 and 2, the machine is installed, as a unit, by means of structures adapted to the different applications thereof and shown as comprising pillars 1 and beams, bracings or ribs 2 supporting the lower plane, surface or base 26 on which the machine is erected.
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U.S. Pat. No. 5,945,762 discloses a movable magnetic transmitter for inducing electrical current in an implanted coil that is very different from your invention, which includes an external power head having a motor drive coupled to a rotating magnet for coordinating the movement of an implanted receiver coil. U.S. Pat. No. 6,020,653 discloses a submerged reciprocating electrical generator that is very different from your invention, including a float, a cable, a coil support tube, a magnetic core and a coil. 3. An electromechanical power generating machine adapted to be mounted on a suitable base and actuated by aerial, fluvial and sea flows, currents and waves, said machine comprising at least one pair of reciprocating dynamic members having active working surfaces acting as blades for receiving the power fluids the active surface of each blade being suitably shaped and having reinforcing and rib means, said blades being located and mounted so as to be moved angularly, said dynamic members being installed between walls defining adjacent channeling passages for said flows, currents and waves and freely rotatable on a drive shaft, mechanical gear, connection and release means arranged for actuating said drive shaft cyclically during each effective movement of said dynamic members through suitable angles, means for returning said dynamic members to their normal position, and a synchronized system of mechanisms associated with said dynamic member return means for alternatingly opening and closing the access to said adjacent channeling passages.
10. The toothed crown 216 meshes with a pinion 217 applied to a toothed wheel 218 with which it is mounted on a common shaft, forming a reduction gear 217, 218 having a ratio 1:2, so that the toothed crown 216 will have the same number of teeth and module as the pinion 217, so that each complete angular movement of the toothed crown will cause a complete turn of the pinion, and the pinion will in turn cause a complete turn of the toothed wheel 218, doubling the effect thereof. The door 184 also has an inner extension 25 which with the connecting means 120 supports a pin 126 engaged by the upper forked portion of the lever arm 65 corresponding to the closing and opening device already described above, so that as the door 184 is moved from left to right or from right to left, it will also move the doors 185 and 186. Each door has a member in the shape of an equilateral pointed arch in cross-section, with the middle edge directed forwardly and with the side edges connected to the respective vertical door frame members, as shown in FIG.
The multiple unit as described above serves the same purpose as the single unit or the twin unit previously described, with a modification in the mechanical device thereof which may be advantageous in large or heavy machines installed on sea coasts for using sea waves as natural energy-producing fluid. In one particular embodiment, the gimballed disk may take the form of a disk such as that used in compasses which stays level at all times and is connected to four powerful magnets equi-spaced with the pivots and links.
The at least three rocking devices 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 may include pivots 22, linkage 24, pivots 26, or some combination thereof, for pivotally coupling to the gimbaled disk or member 20 to the magnets 28. In operation, the magnets 28 pass through stationary coils 30 due to the rocking motion of the gimbaled disk or member 20 and generate electricity due to Faraday’s principle. The rocking motion charging device 10 features at least three rocking devices generally indicated as 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 for generating electricity; and a gimbaled disk or member coupled to the at least three rocking devices 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, responsive to a rocking motion, for moving in two dimensions to generate the electricity. By way of example, the at least three rocking devices 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 include four rocking devices that are equi-spaced with respect to one another, although the scope of the invention is not intended to be limited to any particular spacing between the same.
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No. Cansancio y dolor de espalda . 5,696,413 discloses a rocker arm or float that rocks in response to swell and drives magnet/coil interaction to generate electricity. The rocker arm or float only rocks in one dimension, i.e. U.S. Pat. No. 4,423,334 discloses a buoy, a housing and a support platform including a pendulum arm having an arcuate bob weight with two windings (unlabelled) arranged thereon and coupled to an electrical circuit for storing electrical energy, and also including two magnets. THE SCOPE OF THE INVENTION It should be understood that, unless stated otherwise herein, any of the features, characteristics, alternatives or modifications described regarding a particular embodiment herein may also be applied, used, or incorporated with any other embodiment described herein. The rocking motion charging device 10 may also include one or more devices 40 coupled to the coils 30 to store the electricity being generated, including batteries or capacitors, or some combination thereof. The at least three rocking devices may include pivots, linkage or both for pivotally coupling to the gimbaled disk or member; include magnets that pass through stationary coils due to the rocking motion of the gimbaled disk or member and generate electricity due to the Faraday principle; include four rocking devices that are equi-spaced with respect to one another; include one or more devices to store the electricity, including batteries or capacitors; or some combination thereof.
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The rocking motion charging device features at least three rocking devices for generating electricity; and a gimbaled disk or member coupled to the at least three rocking devices, responsive to a rocking motion, for moving in two dimensions to generate the electricity. Y ELEGTROMECHANICAL POWER GENERATING MACHINE Filed Aug. May 5, 1970 J. Dolor de rodilla sin hinchazon . M. BOLAfiO ELECTROMECHANICAL POWER GENERATING MACHINE l2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Aug. 1 is a block diagram of a rocking motion charging device using Faraday’s principle for generating electricity in a boat or other rocking apparatus or system according to the present invention. Although not shown, the rocking motion charging device 10 may include a controller or processing module for controlling and/or processing the electricity being generated. The rocking motion may be caused by the movement of a boat or other rocking apparatus generally indicated 11, although the scope of the invention is not intended to be limited to the same.
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Although the invention has been described and illustrated with respect to exemplary embodiments thereof, the foregoing and various other additions and omissions may be made therein and thereto without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention. 12 shows the right-hand channeling passage with the corresponding dynamic element including the blade 191 mounted on shaft 24 and the remainin devices and parts already described above. The multiple unit machine requires the use of as many sliding doors as pairs of channeling passages are provided, and all doors should operate in unison, moved by the closing mechanism as described above in connection with FIG. 21. An electromechanical power generating machine as claimed in claim 20, wherein the means for operating said sliding door comprises a pair of sprocket wheels interconnected by a sprocket chain, moved by gear means starting from said toothed sector and regulated thereby, said sprocket wheels meshing with a pinion positioned beneath said door and engaging a toothed rack fixed to said door.
Rocking devices for generating electricity are known in the art, but will merely work in a one dimensional rocking direction, i.e. The arcuate bob weight swings in one dimension, i.e. In operation, electric power is used to move the mount. U.S. Pat. No. 6,820,846 discloses a multiple ball joint gimbal that has a mount and linear actuators (electromagnetic rings). In response to movement of the float, the magnetic core and coil cooperate to generate the electricity. In response to rocking motion of the buoy, the arcuate bob weight swings and the two windings and magnets cooperate to generate the electricity. When the blade 9 is approximately in the position shown in FIG. In this manner, when the blade passes from the vertical position shown in full lines to a horizontal position (shown in broken lines in FIG.
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FIG. Sintomas cansancio extremo dolor muscular . 2 shows the magnets 28 passing through the coil 30 via the up and down movement as shown by the arrows a1, a2 to generate the electricity according to the present invention. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a new and unique rocking motion charging device using the Faraday principle. 1 shows a rocking motion charging device generally indicated as 10 using Faraday’s principle. The present invention relates to a rocking motion charging device; and more particularly to a rocking motion charging device using the Faraday principle for generating electricity in a boat or other rocking apparatus. Based on an understanding and appreciation of the known prior art discussed above, there is a need in the industry for a more effective technique of using Faraday’s principle for generating electricity in a boat or other rocking apparatus. Moreover, the scope of the invention is not intended to be limited to any particular number of rocking devices, as long as there are three or more.