EP2185811A2 – Magnus Force Fluid Flow Energy Harvester – Google Patents

Woman massages african woman shoulders, she feel pain 14. The energy harvesting system of claim 12, wherein said counter balancing system is a cylinder containing hydraulics, pneumatics, or springs to provide a force suitable for returning said Magnus rotor to said first position from a second position. 34. The energy harvester of claim 31, wherein said counter balancing system is a cylinder containing hydraulics, pneumatics, or springs to provide a force suitable for returning said Magnus rotor to said first position from said second position.

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Apendagitis epiploica una causa infradiagnosticada de.. 37. The energy harvester of claim 1, wherein the counter balancing system cooperatively associated with said Magnus rotor comprises opposing Magnus rotor. 19. A energy harvester for harnessing wave action in a body of liquid, comprising: a fluid flow path defined by an inflow fluid channel, an outflow fluid channel, and an energy harvester chamber disposed between said inflow fluid channel and said outflow fluid channel; a Magnus rotor transversely mounted in said energy harvester chamber so that said Magnus rotor floats on a surface of a fluid level said body of liquid and is movable with changes in said fluid level from a first position to a second position; at least one counter balancing system capable of returning said Magnus rotor from said second position to said first postion; means for generating an electrical current based on movement of said Magnus rotor between said first position and said second position; a battery for charging by the electrical current from said means for generating said electrical current; and means for discharging said battery to an electrical grid.

What is claimed is: 1. An energy harvester, comprising: a fluid flow path defined by an inflow fluid channel, an outflow fluid channel, and a chamber disposed between said inflow fluid channel and said outflow channel; a Magnus rotor transversely mounted in said chamber and being movable in said fluid flow path between a first position and a second position, said Magnus rotor being rotationally driven by a motor; at least one counter balancing system cooperatively associated with said Magnus rotor; a means for producing an electrical current from a movement of said Magnus rotor in said fluid flow path; a battery for charging by said electrical current produced from said means for producing said electrical current; and means for connecting said battery to an electrical grid. 20. A rotary energy harvester, comprising: a central axis for being positioned vertically transverse to a direction of fluid flow; a plurality of frames extending radially from said central axis and being evenly spaced apart from each other; and a Magnus rotor operably located on each of said frames; wherein subjecting said rotary energy harvester to said direction of fluid flow produces movement of each of said Magnus rotors thereby causing said plurality of frames to rotate about said central axis.

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18. A energy harvester, comprising: a fluid flow path defined by an inflow fluid channel, an outflow fluid channel, and an energy harvester chamber disposed between said inflow fluid channel and said outflow fluid channel; a Magnus rotor transversely mounted in said energy harvester chamber so as to receive fluid flow in said fluid flow path; at least one counter balancing system cooperatively connected to said Magnus rotor; means for producing an electrical current from movement of said Magnus rotor in said fluid flow path; a reaction chamber for separating water into oxygen and hydrogen using said electrical current; an outflow means for the oxygen; and an outflow means for the hydrogen. 31. A system for harnessing energy of current flow and wave action of a water body, said system comprising: a support located at a surface of said water body; an energy harvester capable of operation under reversible fluid flow and wave motion, said energy harvester being variably positionable relative to a said surface of said water body, said energy harvester comprising; a Magnus rotor and reciprocating mechanism mounted so as to extend perpendicularly to a direction of said current flow, said Magnus rotor being movable by at least one of said reversible fluid flow and said wave action between a first position and a second position, said Magnus rotor being rotationally driven by a motor; at least one counter balancing system cooperatively associated with said Magnus rotor; and a generator in communication with said energy harvester.

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22. The rotary energy harvester of claim 21, wherein said pinion is connected to a clutch that disengages said motor when said Magnus rotor is positioned in a downstream position of said rotary energy harvester relative to said direction of said fluid flow. 9. The energy harvester of claim 1, wherein said means for producing said electrical current comprises: a rack movable in response to movement of said Magnus rotor, and at least one pinion gear drivable by a movement of said rack, said pinion gear being operably connected to an electrical generator, wherein driving of said pinion gear operably connected to an electrical generator produces said electrical current. 25. The floating energy harvester assembly of claim 24, wherein said means for producing an electrical current comprises, a rack movable in response to movement of said Magnus rotor, and at least one pinion gear drivable by a movement of said rack, said pinion gear being operably connected to an electrical generator, wherein driving of said pinion gear operably connected to said electrical generator produces said electrical current.

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24. The floating energy harvester assembly of claim 23, wherein said energy harvester comprises, a Magnus rotor transversely mounted and movable in said current of said flowing liquid between a first position and a second position; at least one counter balancing system cooperatively associated with said Magnus rotor; means for producing an electrical current from a movement of said Magnus rotor in said flowing liquid; a battery for charging by said electrical current produced from said means for producing said electrical current; and means for connecting said battery to an electrical grid. 26. The floating energy harvester assembly of claim 24, wherein said means for producing an electrical current comprises, a magnet, and a coil in operable communication with said magnet, wherein a movement of said magnet relative to said coil produces said electrical current. Remedios caseros para dolor de espalda fuerte . 29. The system of claim 27, wherein upon rotation of said Magnus rotors through said downstream portion of flow said Magnus rotors rotate in a direction opposite said first direction.

4. The energy harvester of claim 1, wherein said energy harvester is attached to a floating platform. 5. The energy harvester of claim 1, wherein said energy harvester is attached to a non floating platform. 17. The energy harvesting system of claim 12 where the outflow fluid channel is an air conditioning line. 12. An energy harvesting system for use in an effluent system, said energy harvesting system comprising: a source of fluid; an outflow line extending from said source of fluid; a fluid flow path in said outflow line and defined by an inflow fluid channel, an outflow fluid channel, and an energy harvester chamber disposed between said inflow fluid channel and said outflow fluid channel; a Magnus rotor transversely mounted in said energy harvester chamber and movable between a first position and a second position; at least one counter balancing system cooperatively associated with said Magnus rotor; means for producing an electrical current from a movement of said Magnus rotor in said fluid flow path; a battery operably connected to said means for producing said electrical current, said battery being for charging by the electrical current; and means for connecting said battery to an electrical power grid.

15. The energy harvesting system of claim 12 where the outflow fluid channel is connected to one or more of a sewer, a water treatment facility, a water drain, a holding pond, and a holding tank. 27. Que hacer para el dolor de rodilla . A system for harnessing the energy of a reversible current flow of a water body, said system comprising: an energy harvester disposed at a surface of the water body, said energy harvester being capable of rotation under reversible fluid flow and comprising, a rotatable shaft extending below said surface of the water body and perpendicularly to a direction of current flow, a plurality of support members fixedly mounted to said rotatable shaft and extending substantially perpendicular to said rotatable shaft for rotation therewith in a plane perpendicular to said rotatable shaft, and a plurality of cylindrically-shaped Magnus rotors, each being operably mounted to a corresponding support member so as to be parallel to and radially spaced from said rotatable shaft, each Magnus rotor having a drive mechanism associated therewith for rotation in a plane parallel to said direction of current flow, and a generator operably connected to said rotatable shaft of said energy harvester; wherein said flow of said water body past said rotatable shaft of said energy harvester delimits an upstream portion of flow and a downstream portion of flow; and wherein upon rotation of said Magnus rotors through said upstream portion of flow said Magnus rotors rotate in a first direction.

30. The system of claim 27, wherein said energy harvester further comprises a pinion and a clutch associated with said drive mechanism of each of said Magnus rotors. 10. The energy harvester of claim 1, wherein said means for producing said electrical current comprises, a crankshaft that is driveable in response to movement of said Magnus rotor. 28. The system of claim 27, wherein upon rotation of said Magnus rotors through said downstream portion of flow said Magnus rotors are stopped. 2. The energy harvester of claim 1, wherein said counter balancing system is a counter weight. 36. The energy harvester of claim 31, wherein said generator comprises, a magnet movable in response to movement of said Magnus rotor, and a coil in operable communication with said magnet, wherein a movement of said magnet relative to said coil produces an electrical current.

8. The energy harvester of claim 1 where said motor rotationally driving the Magnus rotor rotates a cylinder of the Magnus rotor in one direction for positive flow and in reverse direction for a negative flow. Dolor lumbar por frio . 39. The energy harvester of claim 12, wherein at least one side of the power generated is transferred via the outflow line extending from said source of fluid. 40. The energy harvester of claim 12, wherein at least one side of the power generated is transferred via an inflow line of said source of fluid.

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23. A floating energy harvester assembly, comprising: a catamaran for floating on a surface of a flowing liquid; and an energy harvester attached to said catamaran, said energy harvester being oriented perpendicularly to a current of said flowing liquid and located below a surface of said flowing liquid; wherein said energy harvester generates power from said current of said flowing liquid. 6. The energy harvester of claim 1 where a fluid in said fluid flow path is air.