While such systems can achieve flow rates as high as 8 or 9 liters per minute, these flow rates generally are outside of the efficient range of operation for current rotary pumps, which are typically tuned to operate in a range of 4 to 6 liters per minute. Thus, increasing the flow rate in rotary pumps to match patient demanded results in non-optimal pump performance. By using one or more physiological sensors, pulsatile flow may be synchronized with a cardiac cycle of the patient by monitoring blood pressure or muscle contractions, for example, and synchronizing the duty cycle according to the sensed output. In this alternative embodiment, controller 30 may include a wireless transceiver for bi-directional communications with an extracorporeal programming device and also include a battery that is continuously and inductively charged via extracorporeal battery 40 and an extracorporeal charging circuit.
- Carlos López Cubas – 14 junio, 2020
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- Fannings: trocitos que se obtienen luego de tamizar las hojas mecánicamente
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- Acumulación de líquido o aire alrededor de los pulmones
Alternatively, controller 30 may receive energy from battery 40A and battery 40B simultaneously. A steel cable is run from the shore to the float assembly in an approximately horizontal line with the cable feeding through the pulley and being attached to a large float. The float assembly can take many physical forms; however, a simple, effective type in accordance with the invention uses a base anchored to the ocean floor and having a pulley attached thereto.
By manipulating the timing and intensity of the electrical signals applied to the electromagnetic coils, the frequency at which magnetic ring assembly 76 deflects towards the first and second electromagnetic coils may be altered. When an alternator is used to provide electrical power, well-known circuits may monitor the alternator frequency as an indication of flywheel speed, or may monitor the unregulated voltage output as a measure of load conditions. Alternatively, pilings or the like may be used to secure the float assembly to the bottom. The cable drum includes a cable rewind spring which maintains the cable taut out to the float assembly. 6, when spring 24 is fully wound and anchor plate 25 rotates, the unwinding action of the spring 24 will cause shaft 26 to rotate driving the step-up gear system 42. Flywheel 50 will be caused to rotate thereby storing the energy from spring 24 into rotational kinetic energy in flywheel 50. As previously mentioned, when a load within the capability of the apparatus is coupled to flywheel 50, the energy transferred by spring 24 during the rewind portion of the wave cycle of cable drum 12 will be replaced in spring 24 during the unwind portion of the cycle and transferred to flywheel 52 and partly during the winding of spring 24 and partly during unwinding.
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The energy input to transfer gear 18 as the cable unwinds from drum 12 is transferred to the energy storage element 20 of the invention by means of transfer pinion gear 22 meshed with transfer gear 18 having a ratchet pawl 23 associated therewith. As the energy storage spring unwinds, thereby driving the flywheel through the spring anchor plate and step-up gearing, its energy is transferred from torsional potential energy in the spring to rotational kinetic energy in the flywheel. Ejercicios para el dolor de espalda alta . Then when the motion of the cable 8 is towards the shore, the cable rewind spring 14 rewinds the cable upon the drum 12. Sufficient extra cable may be stored on cable drum 12 to accommodate variations in wave amplitudes and in tidal variations of the average height of the water. In accordance with the invention, when the transfer gear rotates in response to the cable drum forward rotation as the cable moves seaward, the transfer pinion gear is rotated in a forward direction so as to wind the energy storage spring.
It is still another object of the invention to provide apparatus having a shore-based portion for transferring energy in a reciprocating cable into energy stored in a spring. It is another object of the invention to provide means for periodically transferring the energy from such wave motion to continuous kinetic rotational energy available for producing useful work. It is still a further object of the invention to provide apparatus for producing useful work from wave motion in a body of water in which such production is relatively independent of the period of the waves. Thus, in response to the wave motion and the rise and fall of the float, the cable will reciprocate between a seaward and a shoreward movement, rotating the cable drum in forward and reverse directions. As the cable drum 12 unwinds and rewinds responsive to the reciprocating motion of cable 8, it drives a transfer gear 18 via ratchet drive 16 as shown by flow arrow A with ratchet drive 16 arranged to cause cable drum 12 to turn transfer gear 18 only when cable 8 is moving away from the shore such that the transfer gear 8 is not rotated during the rewinding portion of the cycle.