10 The system 150 shows a braking mechanism 192 to adjust the movement of the swinging masses 152. The movement of the swinging masses 152 is further described below with respect to FIGS. Each of the swinging masses 152, the second movable masses 152, can be moved up or down on the pendulum rod(s) 162 by way of an adjustment mechanism 166. 10 In the embodiment shown, the adjustment mechanism is an electric motor 168, as best seen in FIG.
17. The adjustment of the counterbalance mass 170 as part of the first movable mass 164 and the adjustment of the swinging or second movable mass 152 allows the system 150 20 to be tuned to generate the maximum movement of the second movable mass 152 relative to the first movable mass 164. The system 150 generates energy by extracting energy created by the relative motion between the components, therefore it is desirable to have the second movable mass 152 moving in the same direction as the first movable mass 164. While the masses are moving 25 in the same direction there is still relative motion as is shown in FIGS.
The system 20 is tuned by the track 5 radius being changed. 19C. By placing the swinging mass 152 on the same side as the counterbalance mass 170, a larger displacement can occur of the swinging mass 152 relative to the track 154 and the hull 28. By having this larger displacement, greater energy can be extracted from the system. The arrows 190 show the motion of the masses, the second movable mass 152, relative to the hull 28, which is part of the first movable mass 164. In addition, the hull 28 is pivoted by the wave action. Patent Application No. 11/593,895 filed on November 7, 2006 which claims the benefit of U.S. Dolor de rodilla por crecimiento . Provisional Patent Application 60/734,203, filed November 7, 2005, which are incorporated 10 herein by reference.
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The hull 28 20 actuates independently and its pitch motion creates one-degree of freedom of motion, and the mass 26, the rolling energy generating mass, which rolls on the track 24 attached to the hull 28 of the floating platform 22 or 128, actuates independently in the same axis as the pitch of the hull 28 creating a dynamic second degree of freedom of motion. 3; FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of a rolling cylinder on the incline plane of the ship shown in FIG. The mass 26, the rolling energy geometry mass, weighs 1,000,000 pounds in these tests. Type of property Property Value Hull Geometry Length (ft) 40.0 Hull Geometry Beam (ft) 100.0 Hull Geometry Depth (ft) 27.52 Hull Geometry Draft (ft) 13.76 Hull Geometry Pitch Natural Frequency 1.571 (Hz) M1 & Track Mass (MI) Diameter (Ft) 5.0 Configuration Ml & Track Friction Coefficient 0.15 Configuration MI (Mass 26) & Track Radius (Ft) 15.56 WO 2012/018392 15 PCT/US2011/001368 Track Configuration M I (Mass 26) & Natural Frequency (Hz) 1.571 Track Configuration M2 (Tunable Masses Vertical Location from -40.0 134) Configuration Bottom of Hull (Ft) M2 (Tunable Masses Separation of Halves (Ft) 18.0 134) Configuration Mooring Line Length (ft) 72.07 Configuration Mooring Mooring Line Stiffness 6825000 Configuration (N/m) Mooring Location of Mooring on Hull Midships Configuration Table 2 While the hull 28 geometry has not changed, the tunable mass 134 change in location adjusts the natural frequency of the hull 28. By tuning both the track and the hull to change their natural frequency from 1.664 hertz to 1.571 hertz, the system 20 is better tuned to the ocean.
Type of property Property Value Hull Geometry Length (ft) 40.0 Hull Geometry Beam (ft) 100.0 Hull Geometry Depth (ft) 27.52 Hull Geometry Draft (ft) 13.76 Hull Geometry Pitch Natural 1.664 Frequency (Hz) MI & Track Mass (MI) Diameter 5.0 Configuration (Ft) MI & Track Friction Coefficient 0.15 Configuration MI & Track Track Radius (Ft) 21.25 Configuration WO 2012/018392 14 PCT/US2011/001368 MI & Track Natural Frequency 1.310 Configuration (Hz) M2 Configuration Vertical Location -40.0 from Bottom of Hull (Ft) M2 Configuration Separation of Halves 0.0 (Ft) Mooring Line Length (ft) 72.07 Configuration Mooring Mooring Line 6825000 Configuration Stiffness (N/m) Mooring Location of Mooring Midships Configuration on Hull The rate of travel, speed, of the mass 26 can be tuned to work the natural frequency of the system by adjusting its Friction Coefficient. The first movable mass has a first natural frequency that is tunable relative to a wave natural frequency of the wave.
The system tunes the second mass relative to the hull by various components to increase energy 20 generated. By tuning various elements related to the system 20 as shown in Table 2, the average power generated is raised from the 658.09 kilowatts. A system and method of generating energy by transforming energy from a low density substance, such as water, into kinetic energy by tuning the oscillating motion of the two sets of masses.
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In addition, the hull 28 and the tuning mass 134 move relative to the floor or ground plane of the ocean on which the mooring anchor 130 is located. The system 200 has a hull 202 which is pivotally mounted to a pair of pillars 204 embedded into the ocean floor 206 and a base 208. The hull 202 oscillates, similar to that in the previous 15 embodiment, as the waves 46 passes by. In an embodiment, the platform and a plurality of components form a first movable mass; the pendulum carries a second movable mass. The base and a plurality of components form a first movable WO 2012/018392 3 PCT/US2011/001368 mass; the pendulum carries a second movable mass. 5 In an embodiment, the base and a plurality of components form a first mass; the pendulum carries a second mass.
In an embodiment, a system for generating energy from a pendulum includes a base having a mounting point and a curved surface. In still another embodiment, as shown in FIG. 10 -12. The counterbalance masses 170 are positioned below the hull 28. Each counterbalance mass 170 is carried on a counterbalance weight rod 172. The hull 28, the 5 truss 158, the counterbalance masses 170, and other components are all part of the first movable mass 164. Dolor en lumbar izquierdo . Referring to FIG. Each counterbalance mass 230 is carried on a counterbalance weight rod 232. The 30 counterbalance weight rods 232 extends to the adjustable base 226. The hull 202, the adjustable base 226, the counterbalance masses 230, and other components are all part of the first movable mass.
The second movable mass and the first movable mass have weight. The pendulum has a connection point and curved surface spaced from the connection point. It is recognized that other systems use water to generate energy, and the only way 5 that more energy is produced is by increasing the surface area of the energy device.