During operation of the generator 10 a, the waves and tides in the body of water 34 will cause the float 16 to move up and down with respect to the pylon 20. Such movement of the float 16 will be transported by the connection 18 to the coil 12 a, and drive the coil 12 a to move up and down with respect to the magnet 14 a. Alternatively, it may not be annular in shape, in the sense that it may not entirely encircle its respective coil 12. If a magnet 14 is at least partially or wholly annular in shape, then it may serve as a holder to hold itself and its respective coil 12 in a desired relationship with respect to each other during operation of a generator 10. Alternatively, or in addition, any other suitable holder to hold a magnet 14 and its respective coil 12 in a desired relationship with respect to each other during operation of a generator 10 may be provided.
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For example, a holder may comprise any suitable attachment between a float 16 and its respective pylon 20 that permits a float 16 to move up and down with respect to its respective pylon 20, and that keeps its respective coil 12 a in its desired relationship with respect to its respective magnet 14 a.
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In other words, although a buoyant pylon 20 a will always have a buoyancy equal to the weight of the water that it displaces, it may not displace enough water to float itself, particularly when a maximum amount of its top portion 58 is above the surface of the body of water 34. Accordingly, the pylon 20 a itself may be made more buoyant in any suitable way, such as by increasing its displacement, or it may further comprise any suitable flotation device 60 to help provide the desired buoyancy. The combined predetermined length of a pylon 20 a and its respective attachment 50 may be selected so that at said higher water level the pylon 20 a’s top 58 may extend above the top surface of the body of water 34 a distance sufficient so that its respective coil 12 a or magnet 14 may stay engaged with the pylon 20 a; although their combined predetermined length may be selected to be lesser or greater than this amount.
Additionally, the process of generating electricity by a respective generator 10 associated with each pylon 20 can also absorb energy from the waves (i.e., each generator 10 converts part of the wave energy into electricity). For example, a single generator 10 may be used to provide power for a relatively small load 27, such as the warning lights on a buoy or a fixed pylon 20. Alternatively, two or more generators 10 may be combined to provide power for a relatively large load 27, such as an onshore electrical utility power grid 42 that supplies electricity to a city.
Tides and waves are able to vertically displace massive objects like cargo ships and other ocean going vessels, and are able to move massive amounts of water 34. The work done by buoyancy and gravity to move a floating object up and down can be used to generate electricity. For example, the length of a pylon 20 a may be selected to be at least about equal to any predetermined amount of change in the water level of the body of water 34, between a higher water level and a lower water level that the generator 10 may be designed to utilize, regardless of whether the water level is rising or falling. Alternatively, their combined predetermined length may be selected so that at said higher water level the pylon 20 a’s top 58 may be at the same level as the top surface of the body of water 34, or may be beneath the top surface of the body of water 34. As another alternative, a pylon 20 a may further comprise any suitable stop for preventing its respective coil 12 a or magnet 14 from disengaging from the pylon 20 a during use of the generators 10, 10 a.
The operable length of a magnet 14 a may be selected to be at least about equal to any predetermined amount of change in the water level of the body of water 34 between a higher water level and a lower water level that the generator 10 may be designed to utilize, regardless of whether the water level is rising or falling.
As an alternative construction, instead of a particular coil 12 having a given desired operable length being used, a particular coil 12 may comprise at least two sub-coils 12, with the sub-coils 12 being arranged end to end, and having a combined length at least about equal to the given desired operable length. The turns of wire may be wrapped around a dielectric material, which may serve to increase the amount of current induced by any given amount of magnetic flux from its respective magnet 14. Current in the wire may be proportional to the number of turns of wire in a coil 12, with a larger number of turns generally increasing the amount of current produced. For example, as the generator 10’s float 16, connection 18 and magnet 14 move up against the force of gravity due to buoyancy and the motion of the water 34, the kinetic energy of the motion is transferred into potential energy and is used to overcome opposing forces such as frictional losses and the resistive force created when the magnetic fields generated by the magnet 14 pass across its respective coil 12 (i.e., magnetic resistive force).
Such relative motion between the coil 12 a and the magnetic fields produced by the magnet 14 a will induce an electrical current to flow in the coil 12 a, and cause electrical power to be generated by the coil 12 a. 1 and 4, they illustrate an electrical generator 10 of the present invention. In view of all of the disclosures herein, these and further modifications, adaptations and variations of the present invention will now be apparent to those of ordinary skill in the art to which it pertains, within the scope of the following claims. 5, another embodiment of the present invention is illustrated that may be used with the generators 10, 10 a. Dolor en la parte lumbar . It is understood that generators 10, 10 a and their various respective components are the same as each other, or are at least similar to each other, in any particular respect such as with respect to their respective mountings, locations, quantities (how many), sizes, shapes, designs, materials, compositions, constructions, manufactures, physical properties, dimensions, specifications, variations, operations, methods, and uses, except for those differences which will be made apparent by all of the disclosures herein.
The dimensions, materials, construction and nature of a particular pylon 20 will also depend on the various functions to be served by that pylon 20, such as those discussed herein. A transmission line 40, may be designed to carry any desired high or low voltage AC or DC power; may be of any suitable construction and materials appropriate for its intended function, as desired by the user; and may be made of any suitable materials. A coil 12 may be of any suitable construction and be selected according to the needs of the user. The connection 18 may be of any suitable construction, may be made of any suitable material that is resistant to the environment in which it is located, and may be selected according to the needs of the user.
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A coil 12 a may be annular in shape; or it may not be annular in shape, in the sense that it may not entirely encircle its respective magnet 14 a. The attachment 50 may comprise an anchor 56 (e.g., a weight 56), at its lower end 54 for anchoring the attachment 50 to the bottom 32. Alternatively, the attachment 50 may not have and anchor 56, and may have its lower end 54 anchored to the bottom 32 in any other suitable way. The buoyancy of the pylon 20 a may be selected to support the weight of the attachment 50, a respective coil 12 or magnet 14 a, and the weight of its top portion 58 that may extend above the surface of the body of water 34 during use of a pylon 20 a. 32, wave frequency, water depth, water height fluctuations due to waves and tides, and ecology.
Such devices are advantageous because they rely on a renewable resources (waves and the tides) to power them, they have no fuel costs, they consume no non-renewable resources for fuel, they emit none of the pollutants that are produced by conventional fossil fuel burning electrical generators, and they create none of the hazardous materials that are produced nuclear powered electrical generators.
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Their simple purpose is to remove energy from approaching waves. 9, 2005 for Electrical Energy Generation invented by Timothy John Emmanuel Turner. Still another feature of the generators 10, 10 a may be that they may be used with a power-handling unit 21 that can provide electrical power that is compatible with existing power systems, which may be advantageous for replacing existing power generating equipment, or for selling power to various utilities. With respect to the generator 10 a, the magnet 14 a may be termed a fixed magnet 14 a, since it is fixed in position by the fixed pylon 20 that it is attached to, and the coil 12 a may be termed a moveable coil 12 a since it moves with respect to the fixed magnet 14 a. Power is proportional to mass, and its relationship to amplitude and frequency are square and cubic, respectively.