Each of the plurality of pressurized compartments is connected to a separate drain ballast water purging system that consists of drain holes 287, drain pipes 124, special valves 264 that will allow only liquid to flow through them and not air, and conventional valves 123. From each of the conventional valves 123, the separate pipes feed into a common pipe 266 to carry the exiting water to the front end of the streamlined torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank 11, where the pipe 266 turns to eject the ballast water forcibly downward at 304. Each of the plurality of compartments 68, 77, 101, 80, and 69 contains baffles 126 to reduce water movement. Reference FIG. 16b. When the electrically controlled valve is open, the pressurized air in the torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank forces the ballast water from each separate compartments 68, 77, 101, 80, and 69, through the drain pipes 124, through the special valve 264, through the valve outlet 279, through the pipe 295, through the special check valve 453 with sufficient force to lift the heavy ball 475 from the special check valve inlet 476, through the special check valve 453, through pipe 296 to the common pipe 266 that contains the electrically controlled valve 412. FIG 14c shows the special check valve and the special valve after the ballast water has been drained from the compartment of the torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank.
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Because the special check valves prevent siphoning between the compartments, the only electrically controllable valve required would be in the common drain line. 12a and 12b are drawings of the special check valve 253 shown in FIGS 10 and 11 located in the ballast water transfer system 305. The transfer pipe system 305 being capable of transferring ballast water back and forth between the front compartment 68 and the rear compartment 69 of the torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank 11. The ballast water transfer system 305 contains two piping systems. The pressurized front and rear compartments purge ballast water from the buoyancy tank via the drain system. Should the application be practiced with a plurality of tethered power generating plants, it is contemplated that the same may be simultaneously submerged below the ocean surface, the power generating plants being spaced from one another along the power-transmitting means as generally depicted in FIGS 15 – 16b. Given that the plants may preferably comprise certain plant-surfacing means, the power generating plants may be simultaneously surfaced via the plant-surfacing means for power generating plant maintenance and/or inspection when required.
A key consideration when designing a tethered submersible generator is that of stability. The pair of airfoil-shaped hydrofoils is located at the rear end of the streamlined torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank, and is capable of providing the submersible electrical power generating structure with more lift and less drag at high angle of attack when the leading edges of the hydrofoils are higher than the trailing edges in relation to the flow of water. Dolor de espalda zona baja . The streamlined torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank has a vertical tail fin capable of improving directional stability of the submersible electrical power generating structure. The submersible electric power generating plant has great lateral stability. With the vertical height of the anchor line attachment point properly adjusted on a strong bar (which acts as a lever), increased drag – which will increase the downward vector force – will provide the proper leverage to that bar to cause the increased pull on the anchor line to cause the entire submersible power plant to rotate vertically (raising the nose and dropping the trail) so that the hydrofoils increasing angle of attack will provide only that additional lifting force required to balance the increased downward vector force – thereby allowing the submersible generating plant to remain at a uniform depth.
Patents that use turbines mounted on horizontal shafts in which the rotors are enclosed in shrouds, flarings, hollow tubes, Venturi-shaped tubes, or have funnel-shaped intakes for the purpose of increasing the water velocity through the turbine. There is a hose connection and valve 262 located on the top side 231 of the torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank 11 through which compressed air can be added to pressurize the air inside the plurality of compartments 68, 77, 101, 80, and 69 to an air pressure that is greater than the hydrostatic pressures at the operating depth. 6,531,788 (‘788 Patent), which is issued to the author and discloses a first submersible generating plant for producing electricity from ocean currents, as briefly described hereinafter. Well-placed turbines in the Gulf Stream will spin whether or not there is any demand for their electricity.
The amount of hydrogen that can be produced by this method is directly proportional to the amount of electricity used. The technology to generate electric power from the kinetic energy contained in the moving water can be virtually identical to that used by the wind-power industry. It is a further object of the current invention to provide a submersible electrical power generating plant that is capable of generating electrical power from low speed current flow when equipped with turbines, generators, and gearing are properly sized for the slow current. The vanes of the turbine have sub- vanes that open when the large vanes are moving toward the current to allow the water to pass through them. The current has two stable path patterns south of Honshu, the largest island of Japan.
FIG. 9 is a schematic of a modification of the cooling system using convention to circulate coolant. FIG. 8 is a schematic diagram of a cooling system that uses gearbox-lubricating oil as a coolant. From the standpipe the oil flows twice through the heat exchanger 31, across to the other nacelle and back. The variations in the speed of the tidal currents from place to place are not consistent with the range of the tides and, depending on the shape of the coastline; they can even be the reverse. The submersible electrical power generating plant is equipped with rotor blades having densities near that of the water they displace to eliminate all but the longitudinal forces on bearings of the slow speed shaft. The submersible electrical power generating plant is capable of controlling precisely operating depth without relying on a bottom weight or other physical connection to the sea floor (other than the anchor line).
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FIGS. 16a is a depiction of two submersible electrical power generating plants within a group of said electrical power generating plants at operating depth below a water surface and attached to a power transmitting cable. The center point is located slightly forward of and below the center of drag of the submersible electrical power generating structure. The center connecting means 29 and 30 has a cooling system 31 capable of distributing heat produced within the pair of watertight nacelles 17 and 27 to outside water. Dolor muscular en la ingle . The pair of watertight nacelles is firmly connected to each other through a center connecting means, which has an upside, a down side and a center point. The pair of side-by- side counter-rotating full-bladed water turbine rotors turn so that both the plurality of first blades and the plurality of second blades are preferably moving downward at the center of the submersible electrical power generating plant and upward on the outside of the submersible electrical power generating plant.
7, which is a view of the center support section of the inventions shown in FIGS. 10 for the submersible electrical power generating power plants in FIGS. If the structures had shorter towers, the submersible power plants would be much more difficult to install and service and the turbines would be beneath the stronger current flow. 16b is a drawing of the two submersible electrical power generating plants shown in FIG. FIG. 4 shows the front elevation of the submersible electrical power generating device 1 shown in FIGS 2 and 3. Dolor de espalda repentino . FIG. The power generating structure has a streamlined torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank with a nose end, a rear end, a top side, a bottom side, a left side, a right side, a plurality of valves and a plurality of compartments.
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The power generating structure has a pair of side-by-side counter-rotating water turbine rotors. Each of the pair of watertight nacelles is connected to one of the pair of horizontal water turbine axis. Each of the pair of side-by-side counter-rotating full-bladed water turbine rotors has a horizontal water turbine axis parallel to the streamlined torpedo-shaped buoyancy tank. Although the peak current velocity of the Gulf Stream may at times exceed 7 mph in its narrow axis off of Miami, the most likely velocities for those turbines placed in its central axis would most probably be between 4.75 and 6 mph. The submersible electrical power generating plant, if covered with antifouling paint and operating in a steady and strong current, will have virtually no growth of algae on its exposed surfaces.
It has a straight path that flows eastward, after passing the tip of the Kii Peninsula, and it has a large meandering path that flows around a large coldwater mass that can form to the southwest of that peninsula. As a result of the tidal current’s oscillations and variations, the capacity factors for these tidal systems would almost certainly be less than 10 percent of the system’s theoretical generating capacities. 16a being raised to the surface 2 using the ballast water purging system shown in FIGS.
It is a further object of the current invention to provide a submersible electrical power generating plant with a simple and efficient method for bringing an individual submersible power generating plant to the surface and of removing the ballast water. That downward force will equal the horizontal drag, multiplied by the tangent of the anchor line’s downward angle where it attaches to the generating plant. The drain pipes extend intermediate the master conduit and the drain holes.
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The electrical switch may be activated by the hydrostatic water pressures to adjust the hydrodynamic lifting forces by means of movable canards, hydrofoils, fins, or flaps; or by means of adjusting the leveraged drag forces by raising and lowering the anchor line attachment point. As the pressurized air replaces the water inside the special valve housing 264, the buoyant ball 265 drops into the base 46 of the special valve housing 264, where the buoyant ball 265 covers the outlet hole 276 to stop the outflow of pressurized air. The pair of watertight nacelles is located sufficiently far apart to provide clearance for the pair of side-by-side counter-rotating full-bladed water turbine rotors. The pair of side-by-side rear-facing turbine rotors is full bladed, having a plurality of wide rotor blades that cover most of the turbines’ sweep area. While the above description contains much specificity, this specificity should not be construed as limitations on the scope of the invention, but rather as an exemplification of the invention.