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Stretching (Estiramientos) - Fisioterapia Xirivella 1C, drive cable 110 is wound around the drum 113, which is fixed on an axle 115. Drive gear 112 is also fixed on the same axle 115 as the drum 113 and may additionally comprise a plurality of gears suitable to convert the movement of the drive cable 110 into rotational kinetic energy at a specific RPM. 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. 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.

As described above, the directional converter 1509 is coupled to an anchor cable that extends from the directional converter 1509 to a displacement vessel in the water. The turbine 1750 may comprise one or more propellers, rotors, or impellors that are adapted to capture forces exerted thereon by the ebb and flow of water due to tidal action and/or other currents. In this approach, the system enjoys the benefit of turbine rotation caused by tidal flow and/or other currents as well as the land-based generator location as described above. FIG. 21B shows a snapshot in time where the second displacement vessel 2102 b has been released and has “rewound” the first displacement vessel 2102 a upstream back to the directional converter 2109. Dolor de rodilla rotula . During rewinding of either the first displacement vessel 2102 a (or the second displacement vessel 2102 b), the displacement vessel being rewound may be rotated such that the drag panel is parallel to the flow of water to reduce drag during the rewinding.

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The stationary location may comprise, for example, a barge (such as a work barge or spud barge) floating or fixed in the water. As the displacement vessel drifts toward or away from the stationary location, pulling upon one direction of the anchor cable, the anchor cable is configured to turn the axle, and such movement of the axle is configured to energize one or more generators. Where a submerged or fixed floating platform is used as a stationary location, the platform may include a substantially solid structure or frame that is elevated above the bay/ocean floor by a fixed distance or elevation. Thus, as the ebb and flow of the tide, or other currents of the ocean, causes the displacement vessel to drift in a generally lateral direction relative to the stationary location, there may be greater potential for electrical power generation because the lateral drift may provide a significantly greater length of travel for the anchor cable and thereby more rotational energy transferrable to the generator.

Currents from the tide may cause the displacement vessel to drift in a horizontal or lateral direction relative to the stationary location and a length between the stationary location and the displacement vessel changes. The anchor cable has a first length between the directional converter and the anchor. FIGS. 16A and 16B show a rendering of a crane system comprising a directional converter positioned at the base of a crane. The increase in distance of L1 to L2 causes the drum 513 of the directional converter 509 to rotate. As stated above, the directional converter 1609 may be substantially similar to the directional converters described herein.

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It will be understood by one of ordinary skill in the art that the systems, devices and methods described herein may be adapted and modified as is appropriate, and that these systems, devices and methods may be employed in other suitable applications, such as for other types of energy conversion devices, and that other such additions and modifications will not depart from the scope of invention and claims hereof. To increase the generation of electric power, the tidal energy conversion system of the invention may comprise a plurality of the tidal energy conversion assemblies as described herein. As another example, one or more generators may be operated at a slower RPM, such as one that is a quarter of the maximum rated RPM of the generator, to produce electricity as the tidal cycle begins and the speed of the ocean currents is slow.

FIG. 1A shows a cross-section of a tidal energy conversion assembly in accordance with an implementation of the disclosure. FIG. 7 shows a displacement vessel that is itself a drag panel. The drag panel may have a substantially similar width to that of the displacement vessel, or the drag panel may be narrower than the width of the displacement vessel. The displacement vessels 2102 a and 2102 b may be substantially similar to those displacement vessels described above configured to capture drag (e.g., FIGS. The displacement vessel may further include a drag panel extending from an external surface of the displacement vessel. Dolor de espalda baja y dolor de estomago . 6A. The displacement vessel frame 602 may include a waterproof skin using materials conventional in the art to protect the frame from the ocean environment. The anchor cable may further comprise a tensiometer to record/transmit data to an operator regarding the forces exerted on the anchor cable from the displacement vessel during operation.

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The achieved depth for the displacement vessel may vary from the water surface to more than 100 feet below the surface. As the flow of water causes the turbine 1750 to rotate, the coupling mechanism causes the drum 1713 a to rotate, thus winding or unwinding the anchor cable 1703. The anchor cable 1703 may extend along the bay/ocean floor, through a pulley 1726, and be coupled to a drum 1713 b that is associated with the directional converter 1709, thus causing the drum 1713 b to rotate and unwind the anchor cable 1703 from the drum 1713 b. In any case, the turbine(s) may be anchored to or attached to the ocean/bay floor or may be floating at or near the water surface via a floatation device as described above. Arm 1238 a houses a first control cable 1228 a that passes through central conduit 1213 and is stored within the floatation device 1260 a.

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11A-11D, arm 1138 a may be coupled to the drag panel 1121 via hinges 1106 a that allow the arm 1138 a to swing about the drag panel 1121. Arm 1138 b may similarly be coupled to the drag panel 1121 via hinges 1106 b and may be disposed on an opposite side of the drag panel 1121 from arm 1138 a. 18, the displacement vessel 1902 is connected to a stationary location by control cables 1928 a and 1928 b that are coupled to an anchor cable 1903. The anchor cable may be connected to a rewind assembly (not shown) that is housed at the stationary location. In this embodiment, the control cables may be coupled to the drag panel to rotate the drag panel without rotating the entire displacement vessel. The directional converter may include hydraulic actuators, such as a hydraulic motor coupled to the drum, for example, to provide rotational power to reel in the anchor cable.

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In the directional converter 609, the gearing mechanism 614 is configured as a gear multiplication arrangement. Displacement vessel 402 may comprise substantially the same stationary locations, anchors, anchor cables, directional converter, and drag converter discussed generally above and below. The rolling mechanism may be connected to anchor cable 503, which extends from the rolling mechanism to the anchor 508 attached to the stationary location 506. When the ebb and flow of the tide causes the displacement vessel 502 to drift in a lateral direction relative to the stationary location 506, the anchor cable 503 engages the rolling mechanism, causing it to shift along the surface of the displacement vessel 502. The rolling mechanism may further be connected to an electrical power generator to power the electrical power generator and generate electricity.

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When power is needed, the displacement vessels may be released, and the falling weight of the displacement vessel will exert a force on the spring or cable connected to the lifting mechanism. Dolor de pie causas . The displacement vessel may be manufactured using materials such as polymer (e.g., polyethylene terephthalate), concrete, cement, fiberglass, pumice, steel, amorphous metal alloys, or other suitable materials. Any suitable number of arms may be used on the displacement vessel, or the displacement vessel may have no arms at all. The first side 1021 a and second side 1021 b are shown as substantially flat, but may be adapted to have any suitable shape to enhance (or reduce) the capture of drag forces as will be described in more detail below.