The rotation of roller 21 causes a corresponding rotation of its respective crankshaft 43 (only a portion of which is within the sectional view). While the illustrated embodiment uses each traction winch’s crankshaft to drive and/or oscillate five hydraulic pistons, the number of hydraulic pistons, and indeed the number of cables and PTOs is arbitrary, and all such variations of the illustrated embodiment are included within the scope of this disclosure. Instead, the cables oscillate back-and-forth within the plane of rotation of each respective pulley. 133, are able to move over and around them while remaining in each pulley’s respective plane of rotation (i.e.
- Constipación, obstipación: Sinónimos para estreñimiento
- La ablación es menos invasiva que la cirugía estándar./li>
- Tiene un familiar cercano que sufre de un trastorno de ansiedad
- El tiempo de recuperación es más corto con la embolización que con la cirugía
- Sostén las rodillas con las manos enlazadas y mantenlas así durante 15 o 20 segundos
In FIG. 64, the plane (i.e. FIG. 37 is a sectional view of the embodiment of FIG. FIG. 220 is a side sectional view of the embodiment of FIG. The embodiment configuration illustrated in FIG. 22 and 23. This figure illustrates the opposite side to the side illustrated in Figure 25. Many of the specified and/or labelled components are the same as those already discussed in relation to FIGs. FIG. Dolor en la zona baja de la espalda . 110 shows another perspective view of the same embodiment of the present disclosure that is illustrated in FIGs. 113 by connectors 114-115. Joint 113 is operatively connected, via flexible connector 107, to gear 106 which rotates, in response to changes in the depth of the vessel 117 relative to flotation module 101, so as to lengthen flexible connector portion 107 and correspondingly shorten flexible connector portion 108, to which restoring mass 110 (i.e. 22-1011 configured to compute a statistic, feature, measure, predictor, correlate, estimate, function, or indicator of the depth in the body of water of the inertial mass (or the separation distance between the inertial mass and the flotation module).
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A flotation module 131 floats adjacent to the surface 130 of a body of water. In some other embodiments of the present disclosure (not pictured), the rotating capstans (or chainwheel, or spiral capstan, as applicable) is/are fully or partially submerged in the body of water. In some embodiments there are two rollers and they are counterrotated when the separation distance between the flotation module and the inertial mass increases (so that a net torque is not transmitted to the hull of the flotation module).
Accordingly, in the absence of the restoring weight or some other mechanism for taking up “slack” in the depending connector between the inertial mass and the flotation module, there would be a possibility for “slack” to develop in said connector. In some embodiments, during operation and in the presence of waves, a separation distance between the inertial mass and flotation module increases about half the time, and decreases about half the time.
Because the inertial mass can now have developed an upward momentum owing to an upward force transmitted to it by the depending connector, the distance between the flotation module and the inertial mass can begin to decrease. An inertial mass in “safe mode” can have an effective mass significantly smaller than its normal (standard operational) effective mass, and hence can offer significantly less resistance than its normal (standard operational) resistance to the upward acceleration of the flotation module. Inertial mass 2021 is indirectly connected to gear 2002 by means of four portions 2005-2007 and 2011 of a flexible connector that passes between the vessel and flotation module 2001 four times. FIG. 204 shows an illustration of an inertial mass of an embodiment of the current disclosure. FIG. 178 is an illustration of an embodiment of the current disclosure similar to the embodiment illustrated and discussed in FIG.
FIG. Dolor muscular en el omoplato . 104 shows a perspective view of a similar embodiment of the present disclosure as is illustrated in FIG. FIG. 8 shows a perspective view of an embodiment of the current disclosure. FIG. 78 shows a perspective view of the embodiment of the current disclosure similar to the one illustrated in FIGS. First, top conical section 11-185 is significantly larger in the vertical dimension (“height”) than its analogous frustoconical section 8-185 in FIG. In some embodiments, a top portion of the inertial mass is open, so that the inertial mass takes the shape of a cup or ice cream cone. This earlier descent corresponds to the dynamics of subfigures 2Q through 2T, where it can be seen that the inertial mass (e.g. Floatation module 750 is shown to contain a single aperture 752 approximately in its center, extending entirely through its structure to communicate between a top and bottom surface.