As the water rises, the buoyancy of the piston is increased, which causes the floating chamber to sit lower in the water. The overhead cargo transfer system allows for longitudinal movement of the entire assembly along the length of the docked vessel. Another embodiment of the invention provides for a combination suspension and power generation system, as shown in FIG. In certain situations, cargo containers can be unloaded from one vessel and be transferred through the center staging area 730 to be loaded onto a vessel docked in an adjacent station. 1, each docking area is equipped with a submersible water enclosure 120 to allow a docked vessel 110 to be isolated from large sea waves.
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Another view of the docking port is shown in FIG. Once a ship enters the docking area 220, the watertight gate 210 closes to isolate the ship from the ocean waters. 5. As excess water is drained from the discharge port 520, it accumulates in the wave pump 510 and is used to generate usable power to the docking port. Another embodiment of the invention allows the pistons to pump the water or other fluid into troughs at a predetermined elevation. Chambers that are above the median wave height would support the vessel in this way, while chambers below this level would be refilled with water from the adjoining waters or from fluid discharge from immediately lower chambers. The fully automated cargo distribution system in the docking port can be equipped with special unloading equipment to extract contents of a container quickly and with minimal labor. Mobility factors likely will depend on the nature of the use of the docking port: military or civilian.
14, which can be located at the four corners of the docking port. Movement along the length of the vessel is accomplished by an overhead frame system that allows each hoist apparatus to travel along the longitudinal rail 620 that is built into the walls along the docking area. The vessel can independently enter into the docking area or be drawn into proper positioning by the use of a tugboat that can either remain in the docking port or emerge from the docking port from the other side. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS The preferred embodiment of this invention is an offshore, floating, all-weather, docking port where multiple large and small ships dock to load and unload cargo and refuel.
While the invention has been particularly shown and described with respect to preferred embodiments, it will be readily understood that minor changes in the details of the invention may be made without departing from the spirit of the invention. In this way, the unloading and loading cycle times are greatly reduced as moving directly to the railed carriage system eliminates a cargo handling step and also eliminates most horizontal crane movements and the resulting need to minimize cable side swing with slow movement. FIG. 14 shows one embodiment of the flotation projector with propulsion capabilities that can be located at the corners of the docking port or at other locations as needed. Dolor en la parte anterior de la rodilla . In a land-based port, the docking facility is also generally stationary. Loading and unloading can take place from either or both sides of the ship as cranes, conveyors, and the rail system are designed to operate from both starboard and port sides of the ships.
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The enclosure can either be comprised of solid walls, floor, and a watertight gate (as shown in FIG. Either method creates a shelter for the docked vessel in much the same way that a traditional land-based port provides protection to such vessels. The large freight holds that incorporate the pistons are staggered to sequentially pump water or another fluid, which can pumped up to the top deck to supply water or another fluid to a turbine, for instance.