Magnetic Sensor in Unit II, in tandem, in order to signal to activate the Lift in Unit III to commence the free falling phase of the Main weight in Unit III, and likewise the cycle repeats for the Magnetic Sensor in Unit III, in tandem, in order to signal to activate the Lift in Unit I to commence the free falling phase of the Main weight in Unit I, thereby ensuring that at least one vertical shaft (of one of the 3 Units) will be in its descending/dropping phase at any given time.
- Girovi Vinos y Cavas de Cataluña
- Procesos infecciosos
- De alta frecuencia – de 9 a 250 MHz, conectados con grupos de baja frecuencia (40 – 640 Hz)
- B63H-MARINE PROPULSION OR STEERING
The sensor and signalling mechanisms synchronise with the movement and direction of the Lift along with the Counterweight to ensure that at least one vertical shaft (of one of the 3 Units) will be in its descending/dropping phase at any given time to maintain continuous movement of the Horizontal shaft of the generator.
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Counterweight) which stands hoisted at the upper end of the vertical frame, is triggered by the sensor and signalling mechanism as explained hereabove, to commence downward movement. In these systems however, since the downward movement is ‘controlled’ and is not a free fall, the entire work done by gravity on the load is not available to be harnessed, which directly affects the efficiency of the said systems. It is another object of this invention to optimise the number of units employed, with the distance and speed of the free fall of the object/s with heavy mass so as to achieve minimal input of power, and superlative efficiency. 13.3 seconds for a fall of 40 meters, i.e., having due regard to the atmospheric air resistance, and the impedance offered by the gear on the Horizontal shaft that it is meshed with and rotates. Titanium, shaped preferably corresponding to the cross section of the channel and provided with means at its periphery, that conform with and slide through and along the said guide rails of the said vertical channel, and (ii)(b) a lower component being a vertical shaft made of a material of suitable mass and density, preferably Titanium, which bears teeth at least on one side of its length that engage a (iii) Main gear that in turn directly or through a flywheel and/or secondary gear/s, to rotate the (iv) Horizontal shaft of a generator, as the said vertical shaft moves downward with the falling Main weight due to the gravitational force.
This is primarily due to the fact that the work done by gravity on a given (self sustaining) machine is barely enough to sustain itself, and the prospects of additional power generation are therefore unrealistic. It is therefore imperative that an external force be employed to sustain additional work done by a machine, especially one that uses gravity. 562 MW per day (having regard to 30% of power input consumed to sustain the upward-downward movement of the Mainweight and Counterweight. Lenz’s force/s, Opposing movement of the Counterweight on the other side; and the Vertical shaft being the lower component of the said mainweight enters a (vi) vertical subterranean hollow tube. Opposing movement of the Counterweight on the other side; and the Vertical shaft being the lower component of the said Main weight enters a vertical subterranean hollow tube 45 meters in depth.