One limitation of this system is that it can utilize only the amount of ocean water that flows into the tank opening to provide the dynamic force on the propeller blade, rather than being able to use the full force of the ocean wave. In one known system, a floating tank is provided with an opening at the top of the tank which leads into a passage extending through the center of the tank where a propeller-like blade is mounted. The electrical energy is output from the wave-energy conversion system via transmission wires 234 to shore output devices 242. The transmission wire 234 may be an underground cable, a cable through the wave-medium or other forms of energy transmission suitable for transmitting energy from the wave-medium to the shore. 18, a wave energy conversion device 100 in accordance with another embodiment is shown.
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- The apparatus of claim 1, wherein the apparatus includes an energy generating circuit
In the embodiment shown, the output device 236 is a light on a buoy. 9, a circuit for the output portion of a wave energy conversion system 200 in accordance with one embodiment is shown. 4, a simplified wave energy conversion system 200 is shown. 2, a wave energy conversion system 200 is shown. 11, a graph of the same voltage output by a wave energy conversion device 100 as shown in FIG. Because the forces generated by wave motion, particularly in coastal regions where the average wavelength of the waves in the ocean are very short, are highly chaotic and random, the voltage changes between positive and negative in rapid and relatively unpredictable fashion.
As of the mid-1990s, there were more than 12 generic types of wave energy systems. The wave energy conversion devices 100 may be attached to some or all of the adjoining wave energy conversion devices 100 in the array using connection lines 216. The connection lines 216 may be nylon line or some other form of cord. Thus, it is intended that the following claims be interpreted to embrace all such further modifications, changes, rearrangements, substitutions, alternatives, design choices, and embodiments. All such prior art devices capture or convert only a small portion of the available power in waves and in many cases are not durable enough to withstand the forces encountered in the ocean’s waters or are not cost efficient. Dolor muscular cadera izquierda . The wave power off the west coasts of Ireland and Scotland, where the winter resource is approximately twice that available during summer months, ranks with the highest levels per kilometer in the World.
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Due to the direction of the prevailing winds and the size of the Atlantic Ocean, North Western Europe including Britain and Ireland have one of the largest wave energy resources in the world (E.S.B.I. The diameter of the central wave displacement axle will typically be about one inch, although the dimensions of the wave energy conversion device 100 and the central wave displacement axle will depend primarily on the depth of the wave-producing body of water and the intensity of the waves at the point of implementation. The buoyancy of the buoyant collar float 106 is greater than the weight of the water at a depth of h1. 18. The cross section runs perpendicular to the axis of the central wave displacement axle 102. The buoyant collar float 106 is cylindrically shaped. In other embodiments, with a floating horizontal stabilization platform base, the wave energy conversion system 200 may not be anchored to the ocean floor 201. In this embodiment, the wave energy conversion system 200 would be attached to floats.
Wave energy could easily replace fossil fuel energy in some areas along coasts, cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions and the atmospheric pollution caused by burning fossil fuels. Wave energy is an irregular and oscillating low-frequency energy source that must be converted to a 60-Hertz frequency before it can be added to the electric utility grid. Another shortcoming of such a known device is that the independent sources of gas under pressure maintain the water in the input and output converters and this can vary over a wide range.
This can be done by hydraulic pumps or pneumatic bags/chambers driving higher speed turbines and generators. One is a shoreline or caisson breakwater oscillating water column driving a pneumatic Wells turbine in 10 to 25 metres of water. Because the water above the buoyant collar float 106 of the fourth wave energy conversion device 100 d weighs more than the water above the buoyant collar float 106 of the first wave energy conversion device 100 d, the buoyant collar float 106 of the fourth wave energy conversion device 100 d sinks. Dolor muscular en perros . 6, a head assembly of the wave energy conversion device 100 is shown. The visual impact of a wave energy conversion facility depends on the type of device as well as its distance from shore. Because the wave-energy conversion system 200 as shown includes tidal compensation, the wave-energy conversion system 200 would provide fairly consistent energy outputs through the entire tidal cycle.
Because the water above the buoyant collar float 106 of the second wave energy conversion device 100 b weighs less than the water above the buoyant collar float 106 of the first wave energy conversion device 100 a, the buoyant collar float 106 of the second wave energy conversion device 100 b rises. Deeper water reduces the wave forces impacting the wave-energy conversion device. With reference to the fourth wave energy conversion device 100 d, the depth of the water above the buoyant collar float 106 is h3, where h3 is greater than h0. 1, a wave energy conversion device 100 in accordance with the preferred embodiment is shown. In accordance with the preferred embodiment, the magnetic sleeve 112 has a diameter sufficient to generate electrical current in the coil 114. Relative to the buoyant forces applied by buoyant collar float 106, the magnetic sleeve 112 has little weight. Changes in depth of the wave-medium causes the magnetic sleeve 112 to rise and fall relative to the coil 114 as the forces on the buoyant material 106 and the weight 130 are unbalanced.
8, a function block diagram of the output portion of a wave energy conversion system 200 is shown.
The magnetic field of the magnetic sleeve 112 moves through the inductive coil 114, creating an electromagnetic field in the inductive coil 114, resulting in a voltage differential and an electrical current, through the wire. 9. The vertical axis of the graph represents the voltage differential between the outputs of the rectifier 228. A reference line represents a zero voltage, with positive voltages represented above the reference line and negative voltages below the reference line. Waves in the wave medium 104 cause the wave-energy conversion device 100 to output voltage. The arrangement of diodes in the rectifier 228 provides alternating paths for positive and negative voltages, such that the output of the rectifier 228 is only positive voltages. 8, a function block diagram of the output portion of a wave energy conversion system 200 is shown. In the past, research performed on ocean thermodynamics revealed that energy costs would surpass energy production for the then known ocean wave producing energy systems.
Typically, a flexible plastic layer will be used as insulation, although the materials chosen may reflect the nature of the wave medium, the material of the magnetic core section 224 and the nature of the insulation required. One of ordinary skill in the art will appreciate the many possible applications and variations of the present invention based on the following examples of possible embodiments of the present invention. Dolor intenso lumbar . 2.pi. Thus the wavelength is a critically important criterion, resulting in the attraction of locating the point absorber devices well outside the region of breaking waves, and where they will be open to long wavelength ocean swell or ‘heave’. Also essential is a demonstration of the ability of the equipment to survive the salinity and pressure environments of the ocean as well as weather effects over the life of the facility. The effect of this is the exertion of more pressure on the quantity of gas.
Ocean waves are created by the interaction of winds with the surface of the sea.
This is based on the buoyancy variations of a submerged, partly air filled, rigid vessel open at the bottom. The frequency of arrival of ocean waves is low (a few per minute). Ocean waves are created by the interaction of winds with the surface of the sea. In accordance with one embodiment, the connection of central wave displacement axle 102 to the horizontal stabilization platform base 206 may include a flexible connection 121. Flexible connection 121 may typically include rubber or a similar flexible material. Insulation layer 248 is typically used to prevent corrosion of the magnetic core section 224 by the wave medium 104. Insulation layer 248 may also be used to provide electrical insulation, as necessary.
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An inductive coil 114 more than the length of the full range of motion of the magnetic sleeve 112 may be used. In this embodiment, the magnetic sleeve 112 has a substantially large diameter than in the embodiment shown in FIG. 20, a wave energy conversion system 200 in accordance with another embodiment is shown.
A floating offshore device known as the circular clam has been developed by Sea Energy Associates and Coventry University, Britain. A wave moving through the wave causes displacement of the float member, causing the magnetic sleeve to move relative to the inductive coil and generate electrical energy within the inductive coil. 17, a cutaway top view of a magnetic sleeve 112 with a bearing device 252 is shown.