Dolor de talon y planta del pie

FIG. 7 is a top view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention with flaps or blades pulled forward by the action of a wave. FIG. 12 is a right side view of the second configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention with flaps or blades pushed backward by the action of a wave. In the second configuration, the flaps or blades for extracting kinetic energy may be place at an optimal horizontal distance from the main column or beam, and therefore, from the float for extracting potential energy of the wave, in order to synchronize the movement of these energy extracting components of the device to make energy extraction more efficient. The actual dimension and/or shape of each of the device components may vary.

Dolor Sordo En El Pecho

Abstract stylish wave design on transparent background For offshore locations with deep depths, the main column or beam of the WEC may be fix to an underwater float frame structure. These flaps or blades 3 a and 3 b are attached to float frame 8 through hinges 10 a and 10 b respectively as seen in FIG.

Dolor Espalda Pecho

FIG. 4 is a right side view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention with flaps or blades 3 a and 3 b (only 3 b shown) pushed backward by the action of an incoming wave. FIG. 13 is a top view of the second configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention with flaps or blades pushed backward by the action of a wave.

Dolor Espalda Y Abdomen

Kinetic energy of the wave is extracted from this back and forth movement of the flaps or blades 11 a and 11 b through the shafts 13 a and 13 b where flaps are attached with hinges 12 a and 12 b. In the second configuration of the device, and in order to extract the kinetic energy of waves, flaps or blades are attached to the front leg of the main column or beam at the sea bottom and placed at both sides from this leg, in the case of shallow waters.

Dolor Espalda Baja

FIG. 9 is a general front view of the second configuration (flaps or blades attached to the front leg of the main column or beam) of the wave energy converter of the present invention. FIG. Dolor muscular al tragar . 2 is a general side view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention. FIG. 21 is a front view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention where the main column or beam is attached to an underwater float for deep-water deployment. Both left and right shafts 13 a and 13 b transmit the back and forth movement of the flaps or blades to a gearbox 14. This gearbox transmits this movement to a gearbox 16 at the base of the main column or beam through transmission shaft 15. Gearbox 16 transmits the movement to machine room 1 for power conversion.

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FIG. 9 is a general front view of the second configuration (flaps or blades attached to the front leg 6 of the main column or beam 4) of the wave energy converter of the present invention and FIG. FIG. 3 is a general top view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention where most of the components mentioned in the above paragraph can be seen except rotary joint 5 and the gear rack or chain, or equivalent component 4 a. FIG. 3 is a general top view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention.

Fisioterapia Neurológica

FIG. 8 is a top view of the first configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention in the survival mode where the longitudinal axis of the float structure is perpendicular to the wave crest (as shown in FIG. Note that machine room 1 maintains its original position with respect to the wave crest (i.e., its longitudinal axis is parallel to the wave crest) because rotary joint 5 (not shown) only allows rotation of float 2, and its base 8. Note that here in the first survival mode of the second configuration of the device, the flaps or blades 11 a and 11 b attached to the front leg 6 of the main column or beam maintain themselves in a parallel position with respect to the wave crest, therefore maintaining a maximum energy extraction position. As the incoming wave approaches the device, water molecules moving horizontally towards the device exert pressure perpendicularly to the front area of the flaps or blades 3 a and 3 b, forcing these flaps or blade to move backward.

9 and 10, the apparatus is composed of a machine room 1 which encloses a power take off system (not shown). The aforementioned problems or challenges are precisely those which the present invention is oriented to solve. Both configurations are comprised of a float and its corresponding base on top of which there is a power take-off system inside a machine room totally isolated from the sea environment. Tratamiento dolor lumbar . This orientation may also be obtained manually by lax anchoring the float and its base parallel to the predominant wave crest line. The PTO system extracts energy through its pinions that while moving up and down due to the incoming and passing waves, interact with the gear rack or chain, or equivalent component 4 a that moves up and down in the main column or beam always in the opposite direction of machine room 1, as will be described later.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is the main objective of the present invention to convert simultaneously both the mechanical potential and kinetic energy contained in the slow and random movement of waves into a more useful form of constant high speed rotation at a large range of different wave heights and periods.

These Prior Art systems are not conceptualized to simultaneously extract both the potential energy and the kinetic energy contained in waves. The term “machine room” should not be construed as limiting the application to a physical room. 18) in the middle position indicating machine room 1 in the mid position and the gear rack or chain, or equivalent component 4 a for power extraction through power take off systems pinions, in middle position too (float 2 and corresponding float frame 8 and rotary joint 5 supporting the machine room not shown). The distance between the machine room and the float frame is always the same.

It is expected that the average growth in electricity generation based on marine renewable resources (wave and tidal) will be around 12% in the period 2007-2015. Realizing this, countries like Ireland and Portugal have developed national strategies for the introduction of marine renewable power and others, like New Zealand and the UK, created funds and other incentives for the same purpose. Others issues such as declining coal use, increased opposition to hydroelectric dams, increasing demand for renewable energy sources, and deregulation of energy markets may contribute to the development of alternative energy technology, and in particular, ocean and wave energy converters. The reduction of emissions of green house gases (GHG) and relevance and importance of the introduction and use of renewable energy technologies, especially for clean electric power generation, to contribute to these reductions are by now obvious and need not to be explained more extensively here. Cuts in greenhouse gas emissions may ultimately be needed to stabilize atmospheric concentrations of the gases and avert serious climate disruptions.

16), for minimum wave energy exposure and therefore, minimum wave energy extraction by the device.

First, there are global warming issues-carbon dioxide emissions must be reduced in many industrialized countries due to ratification of the Kyoto Convention, and its future successor being discussed in Copenhagen 2009. Also, recent hurricane seasons have created growing concerns among some industrialized countries about climate change. When an incoming wave interacts with float 2, float 2 starts to rise being pushed by the floating force generated by the water it displaces. 8), for minimum wave energy exposure and therefore, minimum wave energy extraction by the device. 16), for minimum wave energy exposure and therefore, minimum wave energy extraction by the device. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION The following Figures are not to scale. The invention is conceived primarily for offshore and near-shore locations. For offshore and near-shore locations with shallow depths, the main column or beam of the WEC may be fixed directly to the seabed (or lake bed for large lakes).

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