When the sum of the net weight of the inertial mass 4205 and the net weights of the offset weights directly supported by it (i.e., those to the left of the deepest point of connector 4208) is approximately equal to the sum of the net weights of the offset weights directly supported by the flotation module (i.e., those to the right of the deepest point of connector 4208), then the system can be in a stable equilibrium without a tendency for the inertial mass to move up or down unless the system is perturbed by waves. 117 includes two weights 343-344 instead of the single weight 303 illustrated in FIG. 116 includes two weights 323-324 instead of the single weight 283 illustrated in FIG. Restoring weight 3917, in the embodiment illustrated in FIG. FIG. 235 shows a vertical cross-sectional view of the same embodiment of the present disclosure that is illustrated in FIG.
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The time period during which the flotation module is falling, accelerating downward, and/or moving toward the inertial mass can be referred to as the “downstroke.” If the mass of the restoring weight has been chosen to be relatively small, then during the downstroke, the device can and should be configured so that on average the generator resists the turning of the pulley/capstan less than it does on average during the upstroke, allowing the restoring weight to descend more easily relative to the flotation module than it would if the generator were applying and/or providing greater countertorque and/or resistance. Following the increase in its effective net weight, restoring weight 4607 will pull on flexible connector 4606 more forcefully.
103, causes the flexible connector connecting the flotation module to the float to be retracted, and will promote the removal of slack from flexible connector 3906, following the passage of a wave crest, and/or during the downward movement of the flotation module. 171 cable, e.g. 412, one end of which rises from the water through the central aperture 417, and the other end of which returns to the water through a roller-specific peripheral aperture, e.g. E.g. one end of depending connector 4150a is attached to pulley/capstan 4-125a at 4-125e. Accordingly, the depending connectors do not rely solely on friction for an operative connection with their respective pulleys/capstans. 115. The features and discussion that are, and/or would be, redundant with respect to other embodiments discussed elsewhere will not be repeated here, but is nonetheless still relevant and is included within the scope of the present disclosure.
By connecting the plates with spacing lines, the entire assembly is given the ability to “collapse.” By connecting the plates with rigid spacing rods, greater rigidity is assured, which can result in somewhat greater power generation, since the plates cannot then deviate to the diagonal, and the structure cannot easily deform to allow flows of water to pass. 2307 and 2323, to which are anchored and/or connected posttensioning cables. 13/18, engages each roller, and is thereby rotatably connected to each respective roller. Said apertures passing through the entire vertical extent of the flotation module 263. Inside each aperture is a cable 265 and 266, chain, and/or other flexible connector.
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1017 and the plane passing through it normal to the page, and to its pulling, then the cable might be pulled across the relatively sharp edge 1018 of the pulley causing it and/or the pulley to be damaged. Dolor de espalda ejercicios . 208, and taken across section line 33 in FIG. 224-226 wherein the vertical section plane passes through the line 70B in FIG. In some embodiments, the top-view cross section of the inertial mass can be other than a circle.
In some embodiments, some parts of the power-take-off system are incorporated within a discrete, removable module for maintenance. The motion differential between the two bodies can enable a power-take-off system (e.g., an electrical power-take-off system, mechanicalelectrical power-take-off system, or an hydraulic-electrical power-take-off system) to be actuated and power (e.g., electrical power) to be generated. And/or, the power-take-off system can be configured to provide a countertorque whose magnitude is approximately proportional to the square of the speed of shaft rotation.
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A sensor for an indicator of inertial mass depth 22-1010 can be a rotary encoder operatively connected to a capstan/pulley or shaft thereof at the flotation module. Through this reciprocating mechanism wherein the wave-lifted buoy pulls the buoy away from the inertial mass, thereby creating a strong tension in those portions of the ribbon cables that connect the buoy’s rollers to the inertial mass, and thereby turning those rollers will substantial torque and generating electrical power as a result; and, wherein thereafter, the restoring weight removes the slack from, and again shortens those portions of the ribbon cables that connect the buoy’s rollers to the inertial mass, the wave-induced power generation cycle can continue indefinitely. Not shown are the inertial mass and a complementary restoring weight connected to opposite ends of flexible connectors 265 and 266, respectively, (which are two sides of the same flexible connector). When waves perturb the device, an upward acceleration of lifting module 571 and an associated tension in tether 579 can “launch” inertial mass 581 upward.