1, each docking area is equipped with a submersible water enclosure 120 to allow a docked vessel 110 to be isolated from large sea waves. The softwalled enclosure 120 is lowered underwater sufficiently to allow a freight ship to travel over its upper edge and move into or leave the docking area. Nuclear power may be used in military applications and enable the docking port to travel at relatively high speeds. Movement along the length of the vessel is accomplished by an overhead frame system that allows each hoist apparatus to travel along the longitudinal rail 620 that is built into the walls along the docking area. Sequential lifting can be accomplished as water or another fluid is pushed up from the piston body 1320 into a tank 1330 attached to the piston 1320 and the adjacent piston 1340. One-way valves prevent the water or other fluid from returning to the original piston 1310. As the wave motion progresses along the bottom of the docking port, the wave actuates the adjacent piston 1340, which correspondingly pushes water or another fluid into the next higher tank 1350. The rise and fall of each unit can pump water or another fluid up to an upper holding tank where it is released through a turbine to generate power.
3, once the vessel is correctly positioned in the docking area, the wave pan 310 is then raised using lifting cables 320 until the upper rim of the wave pan 310 is above the height of any surrounding waves 330. The lifting cables 320 around the edges allow the wave pan to be put in tension-minimizing wave interaction to contribute to docking vessel stabilization. Each inch that the water enclosure is raised above sea level creates approximately 12,400 tons of downward stabilizing force, which has the effect of stabilizing all of the docked vessels. 4. The wave pan 410 is raised up once a vessel comes completely within the perimeter of the docking area. The use of multiple cranes does not completely alleviate this inefficiency and will often create its own inefficiencies or dangerous conditions associated with the lack of coordinated efforts among crane operators. The freight holds themselves are spaced out so that a successful torpedo attack may destroy one or more freight holds depending on the force and impact point, but would not materially harm the overall structure of the docking port.
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This may provide for more predictable power generation as wave energy is captured and transferred to a central location to be converted to usable energy. Como aliviar el dolor de ciatica en la pierna . The cylinders then pump water or another fluid into reservoirs, which is then transformed into usable energy by powering a turbine generator. After containers are cleared for entry into the country by customs, the containers would then be reloaded onto smaller vessels for transport to various destination ports. The containers are then lowered directly onto an elevated railed carriage system that is integral to the overhead truss apparatus. The overhead rail system is integral to the walls along the docking area. FIG. 7 shows one embodiment of the loading and unloading system includes the use of multiple lifting hoists 710 that are mounted to an overhead truss apparatus 720. The truss is the overhead freight handling system generally spanning most or all of the lateral width of the docking enclosure.
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The overhead truss apparatus can support multiple rail systems and hoists to maximize loading and unloading cycle times. Each hoists 710 should move longitudinally enough to attach to containers in two rows across the width of the ship. The units are large enough to function well in adverse tidal conditions and are unlikely to move at all in calmer waters.
Chambers that are above the median wave height would support the vessel in this way, while chambers below this level would be refilled with water from the adjoining waters or from fluid discharge from immediately lower chambers. The challenge presented is compounded by the fact that waves will have different effects on the motion of the docking vessels compared to the docking port, making cargo transfer more difficult than when a ship is docked at a land-based port, generally located in the calm waters of a natural or man-made harbor. It is envisioned that the docking vessel may provide the equivalent of a 50-acre conventional warehouse through the use of computer-controlled, three-dimensional warehouse technologies and automated transfer systems. Using computer-controlled three-dimensional warehouse technologies currently available maximizes storage efficiency and requires few actual operators to process large quantities of cargo containers or pallets.
The overhead truss apparatus includes a parallel set of horizontal rails 940 that support railed carriages 930 which transport the containers 950 to storage and staging areas after the hoist 910 and the hoist supporting frame 990 deposit the containers onto the railed carriages 930. Structural support is provided by supporting cross members 960 a-960 i, each of which is connected to the lateral rails 920 a-920 b, which are in turn supported by a combination of v-shaped vertical struts 970 a-970 d and standard vertical struts 980 a-980 e that comprise the sides of the overhead cargo transfer system. Indeed, a large portion of the docking port can be modified to become an addition to a land-based port to facilitate the consistent and efficient transfer of cargo. Elevators are located at the end of the rail carriage system that can lift the rail carriage and the container up or down for transfer to the appropriate storage or staging area.
In this embodiment, the containers are stored in the container storage area 230 that is located at the top levels of the docking port and in the freight holds that are located in the pillars 250 a-250 e that form the vertical support of the structure. A vessel located in an area that is historically susceptible to hurricanes will require a certain mobility to allow it to be relocated on short notice. A military supply vessel may also require mobility as well as the ability to interact with large aircraft and submarines, in addition to large and small ships.
The fully automated cargo distribution system in the docking port can be equipped with special unloading equipment to extract contents of a container quickly and with minimal labor. A rail system can also connect to land-based cargo facilities. The political climate in many locations has also made the presence of land-based foreign military bases more difficult and expensive to maintain than was the case in the past.
The presence of an independent automated cargo handling system can be of great use for many countries as well as military operations. Como combatir dolor de espalda . One of the main challenges for such an implementation for cargo transfers has been the presence of natural ocean currents and waves disrupting cargo operations and often causing damage to docked or docking ships or endangering personnel involved. While the invention has been particularly shown and described with respect to preferred embodiments, it will be readily understood that minor changes in the details of the invention may be made without departing from the spirit of the invention. In certain situations requiring extra fast unloading, the docking port can be equipped with as many overhead container handling systems as needed to provide the desired unloading rate. FIG. 14 shows one embodiment of the flotation projector with propulsion capabilities that can be located at the corners of the docking port or at other locations as needed.
Both containerized and uncontainerized cargo can be efficiently tracked and moved between storage locations and cargo ships. This perspective view also shows the vertical storage areas 350, where the wave pump pistons are located, and the flotation and wave pump that is located at the corners of the docking port in this embodiment. The wave pump piston can be located at the bottom of the staggered freight holds 530 a-530 c that form the walls of the docking port structure.
The float projection provides mechanical power to a belt drive propulsion system in the same manner as the pistons located on the side of the docking port. Once the water or other fluid reaches the top level holding tank 1490, it feeds the fluid power turbine 1410 used to power the belt drive propulsion system. Dolor lumbar al levantarse de la cama . Once the ship is positioned correctly, the gate will be sealed enclosing both the ship and a quantity of water captured within the enclosure formed into an elongated wave pan. §120. The Provisional Patent Application is also incorporated by reference into this utility patent application. RELATED APPLICATION DATA This application is related to U.S. When the wave passes the piston drops down and additional water admitted before another wave repeats the cycle.
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When a wave has passed, the outer float falls and new water or another fluid refills the chamber. The large freight holds that incorporate the pistons are staggered to sequentially pump water or another fluid, which can pumped up to the top deck to supply water or another fluid to a turbine, for instance. As the water rises, the buoyancy of the piston is increased, which causes the floating chamber to sit lower in the water.