518-519, and 522-523, and their respective cables, e.g. Some post-tensioning cables, e.g. Through this mechanism, and by means of this device, and the related embodiments herein described and disclosed, the energy of waves at the surface of a body of water may be converted, at least in part, to electrical power, and/or to some other useful form of energy and/or work, e.g. Through the use of the supplemental inertial-mass weights 224 and 225, and the adjustment of the lengths of the supplemental weight cables 227 and 228 that partially support them, the wet weight of the inertial mass may be “tuned” so as to optimize and/or maximize the amount of electrical power that may be generated with respect to any particular wave climate. In this embodiment, the equal lengths of the cables are guaranteed and enforced by rotatably linking together each cable and its respective pulleys. For instance, when fully submerged a steel roller or cable can typically be adequately protected from corrosion by sea water through the imposition of an impressed current or the placement of sacrificial anodes in a connected circuit.
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FIG. 238 shows a top down view of an embodiment of the current disclosure. FIG. 96 shows a perspective side view of the flotation module of the same embodiment of the present disclosure that is illustrated in FIGs. FIG. 109 shows a perspective view of the same embodiment of the present disclosure that is illustrated in FIGs. This embodiment is similar to the one illustrated in FIGs.
112 is representative of a large number of related embodiments that may be derived from this representative embodiment. Eructos y dolor de espalda . All six individual vessels are attached to the same shared connector 3300. This illustrates that an embodiment of the present disclosure may use any combination and/or assemblage of individual inertial masses in order to create an inertial mass for an individual embodiment. And, when the inertial mass falls under gravity owing to its effective negative buoyancy during operation, a large mass of water is accelerated downward and the momentum of this water contributes to the development of power when the upward lifting force imparted by the flotation module subsequently accelerates the inertial mass in the opposite direction.
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The more countertorque is applied by the powertrain, the more buoyant upward forces experienced by the flotation module will be transmitted through the depending connector to the inertial mass, entailing that the inertial mass will experience relatively greater upward forces when the flotation module accelerates upward, offsetting the downward gravitational force experienced by the inertial mass. Because of the insufficiency of its upward buoyancy, and/or the upward force indirectly imparted to it by weight 139, weights 142-143 pull inertial mass 138 down in synchrony with them, and with flotation module 131. However, at the point in the wave’s motion, and therefore in the motions of the flotation module 131, and its connected weights 142-143, where their downward acceleration switches to an upward acceleration, e.g. In this way, the directional rectifying pulleys reduce the wear and damage to their respective cables that would be expected to result from their respective cables’ movements around them at excessive “fleet angles,” i.e.
In other words, the directional rectifying pulleys reduce the wear and damage to their respective cables that would be expected to result from their respective cables’ movements over the circumferential “edges” of the pulleys. Instead, directional rectifying pulleys 91-7 are used, which allow flexible connectors 92-4 to always feed onto the groove in pulley 91-7 without an incident angle, regardless of the angle of flotation module 91-1 or its relative position or angle to IM 92-11. Flexible connector 92-4 is shown to be constructed of a single tensile element. FIGs. 66 and 67 are close-up views of the pulleys and relative cable movements that were illustrated in FIGS.