Since most developing countries have low energy intensity seas, especially those in the tropical regions, with average wave power levels of 3 to 15 kW/m, the above mentioned issue results in an erroneous tendency within the renewable wave energy technology developers in industrialized countries to believe that the majority tropical countries are not or will not be beneficiaries of this type of technology because of their low energy intensity seas. FIG. 11 is a general top 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 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. 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 11 a and 11 b, forcing these flaps or blade to move backward.
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- A hydrofoil comprising a pair of foils extending in parallel, said foils being
- Agarrotamiento y tensión muscular
- Background technology
In normal sea conditions and in order to maintain the floating frame oriented in a manner to absorb the greatest amount of energy per wave crest (longitudinal axis of the float parallel to the wave crest), the frame or hull may have a system of fins, which interact with incoming waves and maintain a desired orientation. 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. FIG. 17 is a top view of the second configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention in a second survival mode (longitudinal axis of the float structure perpendicular to the wave crest) with flaps or blades in a position perpendicular with respect to the wave crest. The present invention does not have a fixed “design wave height” or “design wave period” but actually has a “design wave height range” and a “design wave period range”.
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FIG. 16 is a top view of the second configuration of the wave energy converter of the present invention in a first survival mode where the longitudinal axis of the float structure is perpendicular to the wave crest (as shown in FIG. The device may be constructed using standard ship building methods and materials or any appropriate materials and methods to allow efficiency and survivability. The construction of the device is similar to the construction of buoys and small ships and device is thus very robust.
Also, these Prior Art systems have no self-oriented capability to position themselves to absorb the maximum amount of energy from waves and thus optimize energy production. This requires the development of devices that extract simultaneously both the potential energy and the kinetic energy from waves. The motion of ocean waves has long been considered a major potential resource of both potential and kinetic energy.
The other purpose is to serve as the component for extracting potential energy from waves. 1 and 2 is the main column or beam 4 of the device that is attached to legs 6 and corresponding supports 7 for placing the device at the sea or lake bottom 9. In these Figures is also shown rotary joint 5 that separates machine room 1 from float frame 8 and that is design to allow the float and its corresponding base to rotate in any horizontal direction while maintaining the machine room fixed in the same horizontal direction. Dolor de rodilla izquierda . 9 and 10 is the main column or beam 4 of the device that is attached to legs 6 and corresponding supports 7 for placing the device at the sea or lake bottom 9. In these Figures is also shown Rotary joint 5 that separates machine room 1 from float frame 8 and that is design to allow the float and its corresponding base to rotate in any horizontal direction while maintaining the machine room fixed in the same horizontal direction.