The coil 220 may be sensitive to any movement of the magnet which is at right angles to any of windings of the coil 220. Movement along the x axis may be constrained, but similar in sensitivity to motions along the y and z axes. What is needed is a system to harvest energy from low frequency ambient motion, which then uses that energy to drive a high frequency resonant electrical generator.
The embodiment may further comprise a cam 785 which may be coupled to the ratchet gear 780 to cause the pawl 770 to temporarily disengage. 5D, the biasing element 530 may comprise a spring. A first locked platform 570 a may secure the fixed end of the first biasing element 550 a in a manner such that the driving mass 560 either compresses or stretches the first biasing element 550 a by pushing or pulling the free end, respectively.
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A second locked platform 570 b may secure the fixed end of the second biasing element 550 b in a manner such that the driving mass either compresses or stretches the second biasing element 550 b by pushing or pulling the free end of the second biasing element 550 b, respectively. 9, the biasing element 930 may comprise a torsion shaft having a free end and a fixed end. With the free end secured, the secured end coupled to the ratchet gear is able to displace the torsion spring 750 to a tension position as the ratchet gear 780 rotates.
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Each multi-axial vibrating beam-spring mechanism 887 may be coupled to a cam interface 889. The vibrating beam-spring mechanism 887 may be configured to drive a corresponding piston 888 via the corresponding cam interface 889. The cam interface 889 may be a disk-type cam interface. 8, two low frequency, multi-axial vibrating beam-spring mechanisms 887 may be set at right angles to each other to ensure that at least one of the beams will have at least a partially horizontal orientation to the ground to thereby leverage the force of gravity. 8. The spurs 852 may also be configured to release energy to the primary phase, or to a resonant electrical generator, by striking other spurs on the primary phase, or the resonant electrical generator, when the stored potential energy is released.
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As the torsion shaft 930 twists, the magnet 910 rotates within the core 925 relative to the coil 920 and thereby generates a current in the coil 920. The offset mass 940 enables response to ambient movements in a vertical and a horizontal direction, making the resonating electrical generator 901 multiaxial. The magnet 910 may be rotatably moveable within a core 925. A coil 920 may be wrapped around a portion of the core 925. The magnet 910 may be coupled to a biasing element 930 to enable a resonant oscillation of the magnet 910 relative to the coil 920. The magnet 910 generates a magnetic field and the magnet is positioned so that the coil 920 is within the magnetic field. As an example, the magnet 110 may be suspended by a spring and any ambient motion may result in an oscillation of the magnet 110. In another embodiment, the magnet 110 and coil 120 may be disposed within a housing and the magnet 110 may be configured to freely move back and forth within the coil 120 in response to a user shaking the housing.
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In another embodiment, the biasing elements 650 may be one of a torsion shaft, a torsion spring, or a coil spring that stores potential energy upon winding or twisting. The resonant oscillation generated by the kinetic energy conversion system 502 d releasing stored energy causes the magnet 510 to oscillate relative to the coil 520 and thereby cause the magnetic field to move relative to the coil 520. Dolor de desgarro muscular . The movement of the magnetic field relative to the coil 520 generates an electrical current within the coil. The rotating movement of the magnetic field with respect to the coil 920 generates a current in the coil 920. The current creates a voltage across two ends of the coil, as depicted in FIG. The embodiments depicted in FIGS.
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In the following description, numerous specific details are provided for a thorough understanding of the embodiments described herein. The kinetic energy conversion system 502 d may be similar to previously mentioned embodiments. The embodiment may comprise a resonating electrical generator 301 and a kinetic energy conversion system 302. The resonating electrical generator 301 may be considered a primary stage, or part of a primary stage, and the kinetic energy conversion system 302 may be considered a supplementary stage, or part of a supplementary stage. The supplementary stage may be configured to store energy and periodically release the stored energy to the primary stage to increase generation of electrical energy. FIG. 12A depicts still another embodiment of a resonating electrical generator. FIG. Dolor de espalda colchon . 11 depicts still another embodiment of a resonating electrical generator.
FIG. 6D depicts a side elevation view of another embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system 602. The embodiment is similar to the embodiment of FIGS. FIG. 8 depicts an embodiment of a multiaxial kinetic energy conversion system comprising a ring gear configured to displace a plurality of biasing elements as it rotates. Rotational oscillation may also be caused by a kinetic energy conversion system releasing stored energy to cause a resonant oscillation. Rotational oscillation of the magnet 1230 with respect to the coils 1220 may be produced in response to multiaxial ambient movement. The pendulum lever 788 and the pendulum 760 may be optimized for specific loads.
For example, the center of mass may be optimized to be sensitive to typical ambient movement. The biasing elements 850 may be coupled to the spurs 852, as depicted in FIG. 12B, the ring shaped core may be coupled to a plurality of biasing elements 1250. The embodiment of FIG.
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FIG. 12A depicts another embodiment of a resonating electrical generator 1201 having a ring-shaped core 1225. A plurality of coils 1220 may be wrapped around the ring of the core 1225. Dolor muscular por gripe . The embodiment may further comprise a supporting crossbar 1226 on the core 1225 to support a diametrically poled magnet 1230. The magnet 1230 may be configured to rotate about a central axis by a biasing element 1210 coupled to the supporting crossbar 1226 of the core 1225. The magnet 1230 may be rotatably moveable within the ring-shaped core 1225 in proximity to the plurality of coils 1220 such that the coils 1220 are within the magnetic field created by the magnet 1230. The magnet 1230 may be disk-shaped.
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12A, but without a supporting crossbar 1226. As before, a plurality of coils 1220 may be wrapped around the ring of the core 1225. Similarly, the magnet 1230 may be configured to rotate about a central axis by a biasing element 1210 b. FIG. 8 depicts another embodiment of a multiaxial kinetic energy conversion system 802. The embodiment may comprise a ring gear 880 configured to rotate about a center axis and displace a plurality of biasing elements 850 to a plurality of tension positions storing increasing quantities of potential energy. FIG. 7D depicts a top elevation view of the embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system 702 of FIG. FIG. 7A depicts a front elevation view of another embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system. The kinetic energy conversion system 402 may further comprise a ratcheting mechanism 480 that may be configured to engage the driving mass 460. The ratcheting mechanism 480 may comprise a ratchet face 482 with teeth 484 to engage the driving mass 460. The teeth 484 may be configured to allow the driving mass 460 to shift in one direction while preventing it from shifting back in the opposite direction.
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FIG. 4B depicts another a perspective view of the kinetic energy conversion system of FIG. FIG. 4B depicts a compressed spring biasing element 450 after the driving mass 460 has shifted in response to ambient movement. The embodiment may further comprise a release mechanism (not shown) that may release the ratcheting mechanism 480 allowing the biasing element 450 to release the stored potential energy.