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. The ribbon cable 102C connects the PTO to a submerged inertial mass, traveling vertically through an aperture 103 in the buoy. 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. 22-1001; and (2) the current or recent depth in the body of water of the inertial mass (or a proxy, indicator, or correlate thereof) or the current or recent separation distance between the flotation module and the inertial mass (or a proxy, indicator, or correlate thereof), e.g.
The illustrated cross-section is taken through a bearing wall so none of the internal voids present in the flotation module are visible in this illustration. However, this wave-energy converter – as illustrated – suffers the disadvantage that when the buoy moves laterally, as in response to the surge component of wave motion, then unless the orientation of that lateral movement is confined to, and/or parallel with, the same plane through which the pulley rotates (i.e. This motor can be connected to a control system and remotely controlled, e.g., by satellite. Countertorque processor 22-1020 can include a physics simulation engine enabling the control system to benefit from Monte Carlo simulation of various potential countertorque values. The countertorque processor can send a digital data packet containing a countertorque directive to a hydraulic valve control system responsible for opening and closing a hydraulic valve, enabling the countertorque realized by the generator to be increased and decreased.
Dolor Sordo Significado
As waves lift and let fall flotation module 2300, float 2310 and inertial mass 2315 are pulled upward, i.e., an upward force is imparted to them by a tension in flexible connector 2308. Owing to a countertorque applied by a generator to at least one of the constituent rotating capstans of the two-shaft capstan 2303 when the floatation module is being accelerated away from the inertial mass, this tension can be quite great in the portion of the flexible connector (2301/3214) connected to the inertial mass. 1-105 can increase and the buoyant force on flotation module 1-105 can increase. As one or both of the two flexible connectors 332-333 are pulled down (or, equivalently, as the flotation module 320 is pulled up against one or both of those connectors), at least a portion of the resulting downward force imparted to the power take-off assembly 331 is communicated to two underlying beams, e.g.
While inertial mass is compelled by the excessive downward gravitational force of weights 142-143 to follow weights 142-143, and, by extension, the flotation module 131 to which they are connected, as they accelerate downward (following the wave’s downward acceleration), it is not compelled to decelerate with them. Dolor de pie en el empeine . The waterline 1-110 can fall relative to the flotation module 1-105. Consequently the flotation module can experience a decrease in buoyant force and can fall under gravity. The flotation module has an approximately elliptical horizontal crosssectional shape. The inertial mass can be constructed inexpensively as a submerged, substantially hollow vessel, container, or enclosure having rigid and/or flexible walls. For example, if a prevailing wavelength of waves in the body of water is 300 meters, then a prevailing wave base can be 150 meters, and the inertial mass is preferably suspended at a depth of at least 75 meters. 224-227 wherein the horizontal section plane passes through the line 72A in FIG.
179, wherein a generator is positioned within flotation module 1301, the embodiment illustrated in FIG. 191 surfaces, and an approximately hexagonal lateral shape with approximately straight vertical sides 292. A power take-off (PTO) assembly 294 at the top of the flotation module 290 receives, and allows to pass through it, a single loop of a flexible connector, the two ends 296 and 297 of which travel from the PTO 294 down to the water below the embodiment via an aperture. FIG. 15 is a perspective top down view of the power-take-off of the flotation module of FIG. In some embodiments, the buoyant flotation module is substantially “flat,” like a pancake. In some embodiments, the analogs of the frustoconical sections, e.g. In some embodiments, the at least one slack-reducing element can include a hydraulic accumulator that stores energy in the form of a compressed gas to rewind the flexible connector.
In one embodiment, the inertial mass 2315 is a water-filled vessel that has a substantial mass (i.e., due largely to the water inside). However, in this embodiment, the torque on each pulley is regulated and/or controlled so as to continuously “point” the buoy’s inertial mass alignment axis toward the center of the inertial mass 406. As a result, in most circumstances, the lengths of cable segments 402 and 403 will remain equal, i.e. And, in one embodiment, inertial mass 4205 has a greater average density than the water it displaces. Dolor de rodilla por estres . 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. Passing over and around drums 17-3 are flexible connectors 17-4. Each flexible connector 17-4 is comprised of a linear array of individual ropes/cables/chains, etc. Not shown are the inertial mass and a complementary restoring weight connected to opposite ends of flexible connectors 332 and 333, respectively, (which are two sides of the same flexible connector).
Dolor Espalda Pecho
179, the inertial mass 2021 in the embodiment illustrated in FIG. 1) aligned, i.e. so as to minimize the degree to which, and the duration during which, the vertical axis of the buoy fails to pass through the inertial mass’ approximate center of mass, or, put differently, the bottom of the buoy fails to point at the inertial mass. The gear 1004 is operatively connected to the flexible connector 1002-1003. The gear 1004 is positioned within a recessed area 1001 in the bottom of the buoy that allows the gear and its flexible connector to communicate with the body 900 of water upon which it floats. FIG. 30 is a top down view of the embodiment of FIG.
FIG. 231 is a top down view of the embodiment of FIG. However, they close and isolate the two partitions when the vessel is accelerating upward. 567, is supported by two underlying beams, e.g. At the top of the flotation module 2300 are two approximately frusto-conical structures or protrusions, e.g. Because the mass of vessel 117, including contained water, significantly exceeds the mass of weight 110, the upward acceleration of flotation module 101, in response to an approaching wave, causes weight 110 to move 112 upward and closer to flotation module 101, while vessel 117 remains approximately stationary.
Dolor De Garganta
FIG. 221 shows a perspective view of flotation module of an embodiment of the present disclosure. FIG. 71 shows a side view of an embodiment of the current disclosure. FIG. 151 shows a side view of the same embodiment. FIG. Dolor en la mano derecha . 186 shows a top-down view of an embodiment of the present disclosure. FIG. 79 shows a cross-sectional view of the embodiment of the current disclosure illustrated in FIG. FIG. 187 shows a cross-sectional view of the embodiment illustrated and discussed in relation to FIG.
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5, has been positioned and/or aligned with the plane, e.g. FIG. 68 illustrates a buoy oscillating with wave motion. FIG. 24 is a close-up top-down view of one of the pulley, traction winch, and PTO assemblies that characterizes the embodiments illustrated and discussed in relation to FIGs. This means that in the event that one or more hydraulic cylinders require maintenance, repair, and/or replacement, then as an alternative to having a technician climb inside the PTO module and execute the needed work therein, and, as an alternative to removing and/or replacing the entire PTO module, it will be possible to instead remove and replace only the upper section, e.g. In order to extract large amounts of energy from the waves in the sea, the scale of the effort, in terms of numbers and sizes of devices, will need to be dramatically increased.