A reinforced column 26 is also provided. Intrinsic protection against adverse surface conditions is provided by the normal submerged position of the apparatus. Note that, for each wave, the base 20 is first lifted and then pushed downwardly against the ocean bed 80, but not so violently to cause any damage. MULTIPLE WIND DRIVEN GENERATOR: Consists of a set of panels superimposed vertically over each other, in order to increase the impounding or impulse area, thus having more panels on the same rotary shaft, with an increase of rotary shaft bearings and increased length of the arm of the panel levers, with reinforced panel frameworks in the form of trusses until the limit of material stress, obtaining huge panels with maximum impounding capacity area of eolic power, for which radial balance tumbuckles will be used between panels and diagonal ties against vertical flexion, also subdividing the frameworks into sections or structural nodes with correspondents tensile cables for the opposite side of the oscillation area of the vanes.
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FIG. 10 shows a wind driven generator having four panels which are seen in their different vane positions with the ends opposite the rotary shaft 3 joined by aligning cables 62, which join the vanes equidistantly to keep them in a uniform position, opening or closing them so their oscillating movement is synchronized. VANE OSCILLATION STOPS: Consist of stops welded or bolted to the panel framework, projecting from this to the vanes to limit the oscillatory movement of the vanes from 0° when they are aligned with the panel framework, to 90° or perpendicular to this, at the end of the oscillatory movement. The rotary structure in the wind model will have the shaft, panels and vanes in the vertical position, and horizontal in the hydraulic and marine model. FIXED STRUCTURE: Static structure, anchored to ground or floating, of steel or concrete, of variable form and size, which serves as the support to the rotary structure, containing the rotary shaft bearings and the rails in the hydraulic or marine model.
ROTARY STRUCTURE: This is the set of elements, which, by rotary or circular motion, generates mechanical energy, consisting of a central cylindrical shaft, that rotates in bearings installed in the center of the fixed structure, receiving the impulse from the water or wind through the frames of self-regulating panels, at the same time receiving the impulse from the oscillatory vanes.
In the following quarter revolution, the same panel that was facing the water or wind force in the closed position, will be aligned with its direction, with the vanes aligned with the axis of the panel, permitting the free passage of the natural force without offering any resistance. FIXED WIND DRIVEN STRUCTURE WITH STATIC SHAFT: Consists of a fixed structure with a vertical static column or cylindrical shaft, installed at the center of the “GEEM” over the electrical generation room, around which will be installed the tubular rotary shaft, or divided into four or more sections corresponding to each panel, fitted with flanges. With the most prevalent waves of anticipated amplitude, the movements of the tube 10 are insufficient to bring the shock absorbing assemblies 62a and 62b into contact with the fixed striker bar 60, and all the kinetic energy of the moving tube 10 is available for pumping the hydraulic cylinder 46 for generating useful energy.
The member is also secured to a mechanical energy transducer, e.g., an hydraulic cylinder, for converting vertical movements of the member, in response to over-passing surface waves, to useful energy. As noted, the column 24 is mounted by a universal joint on the anchor base 20 allowing pivoting or tilting of the column in response to circular water movements caused by overpassing surface waves. The long chains provide freedom for the aforementioned lifting movements of the base without allowing escape of the system from its anchored site. Remedios para dolor de espalda por aire . Such horizontal displacements of the float will generally occur at a slow rate and, essentially, the function of the float 16 is to provide a fixedly positioned support for the tube 10. The selection of the positioning of the tube 10 and the float relative to the mean water level of the body of water is described in the aforecited patent applications. This invention relates to the conversion of mechanical energy present in waves on the surface of bodies of water to useful energy, and particularly to improvements in recently developed apparatus performing such function.
FIG. 5 is a diagrammatic illustration of a fixed marine generator according to the invention. A further safety feature, according to the present invention, is the use of pressure relief means at the top end 12 of the tube 10. Most simply, the pressure relief means can comprise (Fig. Second, with moldings or semi- cylindrical relief at both ends for the bearing mounting shaft, or oscillating spindle. In the center is a cylinder 84 with a flag or radio communication and radar systems, and thereon supported by the divided rotary shaft 3 providing a duct for the external part and ventilation. Namely, the rotary shaft consists of upper rotary shaft part 3A and a fixed shaft part 3B. The rotary shaft part is rotatable on upper and lower bearings 14 and 15 and is rotated by the wind-driven panels 2 to rotate the pinions 60 and 61 to drive the generator 17. The fixed shaft part 3B is secured by bolts 70 to the floor 71 of the generator room.
FIG. 13A shows a wind driven generator mounted on a tower 72 with the generation room 13 in the upper part. FIG. 6A shows a vane of the rotary element of the wind driven generator. FIG. Dolor en la corva de la pierna . 15B shows the vessel with catamaran type floats, on which is the crew room, the generator room and the tower with its flag. An overall view of an apparatus according to the present invention is shown in Fig.
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FIGURE 4 is a side elevation of a lower portion of an inventive apparatus such as shown in Fig. The elastic blocks 66, suitably assembled together between pairs of frames such as shown as frames 72 and 74 in Fig. The vanes, overlapped and aligned, by means of an initial alignment stop, parallel to the axis of the panel frame; will present a totally closed panel with a continuous surface as if it were not split. The wind compound generator, by the installation of two or more generators, with their rotary shafts connected at ninety degrees by means of pinions to a horizontal rotary shaft, transmitting this rotary movement to a differential gear which duplicates or triplicates the total power fed to the electric generator; thus enabling the use of high capacity electric generators.
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MARINE ROTARY STRUCTURE: Consists of a metal bar or cylinder installed on the removable fixed structure, revolving on submerged bearings and containing the panel framework, the oscillatory vanes, impounds and converts the water energy into rotary movement that is transferred to the transmission shaft through pinions. Towards 360° or the initial point, the vanes will offer a little more resistance but are ready to be moved into the plane of the panel frame 5, to repeat the circular movement generated indefinitely. After turning 90° to position B, the vanes 6 remain closed and offer no resistance to the wind.
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5. The side edge 35 of the vanes are bent where it receives the sleeves 31 to prevent deflection of the vane due to the force of wind or water, where greater resistance is required. The fixed marine or river structure will be slid for installation or removal, by some additional rails fixed to the concrete blocks or steel on land or to submerged columns in floating units. One.-The support structure is floating and has two vertical rails for sliding the fixed structure, including the rotary shaft bearings, into position. Various system components, e.g., power converters, sensors and the like, are conveniently mounted on the anchor base 20, thus completely removed from wave action, but accessible, e.g., by a diver, or by a wire sling from the surface, for maintenance or replacement and the like. 09/763247, filed 2/20/01, both by Carroll and both assigned to the assignee hereof, wave energy converters (WECs) are disclosed comprising elongated, generally (but not necessarily) hollow tube-like members disposed in vertical and preferably completely submerged orientation beneath the surface of a body of water (e.g., an ocean) preferably experiencing large surface waves on a fairly regular basis.
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As mentioned, the float 16 is rigidly secured to the anchor base 20 by the tubular column 24. The tube 10 is also mounted on the column 24, but slidably therealong by means of bearings 34 encircling the column 24 and disposed above and below the float 16. In Fig. A preferred securing of the float 16 to the anchor base 20 is by means of a tubular column 24 of steel (coated with a marine grade paint) secured to the anchor base by means of a universal joint 26 of known type. Thus, while the column 24 is firmly attached to the anchor base 20, the column can pivot by as much as 900 from the vertical and in any compass direction.
Again, during such movements of the anchor base, energy is still being generated by the system. Dolor muscular por ejercicio remedio . DESCRIPTION OF THE FIGURES OF THE DRAWING FIG. FIG. 7 is an elevation view showing details of the floating marine generator. FIG. 10 is an explanatory plan view of the rotary unit of the wind driven generator. FIGS. 16B-16D show the wind driven generator attached to an airplane. FIG. 14A illustrates, the wind driven generator attached to railway cars. This pressurized water flow provides the opportunity to extract mechanical power from the wave energy.