While chambers 423 a-423 h are shown in a stacked orientation, one of skill in the art would recognize that the chambers 423 a-423 h can be arranged in any suitable orientation. In particular, FIG. 20A shows a displacement vessel 2002 manufactured in modular components to facilitate transportation of the displacement vessel 2002. The displacement vessel 2002 includes first portion 2002 a, second portion 2002 b, and third portion 2002 c that may be manufactured separately and assembled together with the drag panel 2021 to form the complete displacement vessel 2002. One of skill in the art will recognize that a displacement vessel may be manufactured out of any number of modular components to form a complete displacement vessel. Furthermore, the displacement vessel may be manufactured using any suitable manufacturing technique such as injection molding, blow molding, casting, joining, or 3D printing. Thus, tidal energy generation assembly 2200 has two directional converters 2209 a and 2209 b disposed on opposite stationary locations 2206 a and 2206 b and an anchor cable 2203 connecting the two directional converters 2209 a and 2209 b to a displacement vessel 2202. In FIG.
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A coral reef structure may serve as a home to fish and other ocean-life to integrate the tidal energy conversion assembly into the natural environment. Similar to the above embodiments, tidal conversion assembly 400 includes anchor cables 403 a-e, a wire 404, anchors 408 a-e in a stationary location 406, latches 407 a-e, directional converter 409, and connector 411. The displacement vessel 402 is buoyant at the surface 418 of the water and has multiple internal chambers 423 a-423 h arranged in a stacked orientation. FIG. 18 illustrates a tidal energy generation assembly including a turbine mounted within a drag panel and a directional converter. The drag panel may have a flat shape, or include one or more non-flat sides configured to capture drag forces. A corrugated hull may increase structural strength by providing a greater resistance to buckling forces when compared to a hull that is not corrugated (e.g., a flat sheet).
When inflated under water, the compression pressure on the exterior of the displacement vessel is much greater than the pressure on the exterior of the displacement vessel if it was to be inflated at atmospheric pressure. Dolor lumbar quemazon . 5B, displacement vessel 502 rises to a distance 519 b, which is greater than distance 519 a, and the tide pushes the displacement vessel 502 a lateral distance of H1. 1A-1D and 6A. The displacement vessel 502 further includes an electric power generator for generating electricity from the drag and a wire 504 for outputting the electricity. As the displacement vessel 502 moves in a lateral direction due to the ebb and flow of water during tidal action, the anchor cable 503 may disconnect from the first anchor and reconnect to a second location, such as a second anchor, along the seabed closer to the drifted-to location of the displacement vessel.
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In another aspect of the invention, the displacement vessels described herein may be replaced with other suitable mechanisms for capturing the ebb and flow of water due to tidal action and/or other current flows. As the tide changes and the magnitude of the current speed decreases, one or more directional converters and/or generators may be disengaged.
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The displacement vessel is a structure that is capable of floating at a distance above or away from a stationary location, e.g., a bay/ocean floor or a fixed barge or platform elevated from the bay/ocean floor (described in more detail below), or on shore, or on a crane, such that the displacement vessel changes its distance to the stationary location as the tide rises and falls or is capable of being dragged laterally by the ebb and flow of water during tidal action (or both). As the tide changes again and the displacement vessel moves laterally in a (generally opposite) different direction with respect to the stationary location, any slack on the anchor cable may be wound back into the drum by any conventional mechanism, for example, by a motor or spring. The second anchor cable may be reeled back into the second drum when the displacement vessel moves again in the first direction.
Alternatively, the electrical generator may further include a rectifier to convert AC into DC. FIELD OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a system and method for generating electrical power from renewable energy sources such as naturally occurring forces and, more particularly, to electrical energy generation from tidal actions. This rotation of the first drum is transferred to the electrical power generator to generates electricity as the displacement vessel moves in the first lateral direction. FIG. 6A illustrates another embodiment of a directional converter 609. In particular, directional converter 609 includes a rotatable drum 613 fixed on an axle 615. An anchor cable may be coupled to the rotatable drum such that it may be wound about or unwound from the drum 613. A drive gear 612 is also fixed on the same axle 615 as the rotatable drum 613. Dolor en la parte media de la espalda . Drive gear 612 is connected to a gearing mechanism 614 by a chain, for example, and gearing mechanism 614 includes a plurality of gears 614 a-614 c.
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The directional converter 1509 may further include a reverse control mechanism 1520 to rotate the drum and wind/unwind the anchor cable, such as, for example, a motor or winch. Such a control mechanism 1520 may be beneficial for winding the anchor cable 1503 (and thus the displacement vessel) back to the barge 1501 for maintenance/repairs, among other benefits. The locking mechanism may be released by, for example, a control mechanism, to allow the displacement vessel to drift horizontally relative to the stationary location when the control mechanism determines that a fast enough current is present to move the displacement vessel at a desired speed to generate electricity.