The turbine removes the kinetic energy of flowing water and converts this linear force to rotational force which can be used for mechanical drive or for generating electrical energy. Pat. No. 4,412,417, shows a rotational buoyant mass comprising at least one pair of helical volumes that is supposed to rotate about a common axis. Still a further object is to provide an inexpensive floating turbine that has low cost operation.
A further object of the invention is to provide a floating turbine that can be operated in the ocean or river or stream. Thus any energy utilizing device that is operated in the lower half of the wave height is in difficulty if the device is intended to develop usable power.
While it appears that it is intended to take power from the top half only, part of the power is lost to the negative forces in the lower half of the wave. The power derived from the turbine 10 is from either the turbine lower end by a flexible drive line 18 that runs thru the center of a hollow mooring connection to the up stream tether line 16, FIGS.
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The power derived from the floating turbine is either from the lower end by a flexable drive or from the front end by a flexable drive cable that can either run thru the center of a hollow ball jointed mooring connection or the flexable drive can be a rotating anchoring cable that is secured to the anchorage: either way the floating water turbine is held in a stable longitudinal location in the flowing stream. 5. The drive line 18 is gripped by a segmented wedge element 32 forced against the drive line 18 by the interaction of a thrust bearing 34 and a rotating disk 36. The entire load carrying bearing 30 rotates and is encased in the load carrying bearing housing 28, and the load carrying bearing housing is an integral part of the anchorage place (pier, anchorage barge or bank shore location) and absorbs the transmitted longitudional thrust due to the force of the stream acting on the floating water turbine.
The wedges 32 have a spline on the upstream end of each section and are secured to the rotating disc 36 with an adjustable nut on the threaded end of each spline. In this case a load carrying bearing 34 restrains the longitudinal force of the flowing water that is exerted on the floating and rotating turbine 10. This bearing 34 and its rotating disc 36 are secured in load carrying bearing housing 28. The tapered interlocking wedges 32 form the base adapter sleeve secured to the flexible drive line 18 by pressure on the arc shaped inner portions of the wedges. 4 and 5 or by a rotating anchored tether line 18 that also supplies power for use. The bottom half of the spiraled blade is in a channel that is fitted to the shape of the blade. The only force of rotation applied to the lower half of the spiraled blade is at the head end, thus inhibiting the capacity of the motor.
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It should be understood that while only one embodiment of the invention has been shown, one skilled in the art may realize other embodiments; therefore, one should look to the drawings and specification for a full understanding of the invention. Dolor de espalda y hombro . These and other objects will be realized from the drawings and specification. Should the blades 12 be made of a non bouyant material, the core 20 will be larger and sealed at both ends. The thrust of the present invention relates to the turbine. The main object of this invention is to provide a turbine which eliminates the problem of the prior wave turbines. It is an object of the invention to provide a floating turbine having a buoyance to float on the surface of the water. The floating characteristic of the turbine is provided by either making the turbine and helical blades of wood or other buoyant material, in this case the core cylinder will only be large enough to provide strength to the turbine; or being made of a nonbuoyant material, in this case the core cylinder will be closed on the ends and be large enough to provide buoyancy to support the whole turbine on the surface of the water, to this cylinder the helical blades are attached.
- Daño a otros vasos sanguíneos del cuerpo
- Indigestión, nauseas y vómitos
- Hacer actividades como caminar a paso rápido, andar en bicicleta, nadar o bailar
- Llevar una sola maleta
- Connect/disconnect connectors (e.g., electrical I optical)
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to a wave turbine, and more particularly to a wave turbine of buoyant material to support the turbine on the surface of the water. DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION Referring to the drawings, there is shown in FIG. A wave motor is disclosed in the Tingley patent, U.S. BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The field of the invention is a turbine for converting the natural energy of wave motion and flowing river and streams into mechanical rotating energy, and subsequently coverting the mechanical energy into electrical energy. The effectiveness of the rotating spiral blade is reduced by the shielding of the vessel. No. 565,022, shows a hydraulic motor with a spiraled blade attached to a rotating shaft in a floating vessel. The spiral blade is located behind the vessel such that water flows past the vessel before contacting the blade. The main reason for failure in most of the prior art wave motors is the failure of the inventors to realize that there is as much water flow in a reverse direction as there is in the apparent foreward direction.