FIG. 132 is a cross-sectional view of the embodiment of the present disclosure illustrated and discussed in relation to FIG. FIG. 203 shows an illustration of an embodiment of the current disclosure similar to the embodiment illustrated and discussed in FIG. FIG. 157 is an enlarged side perspective view of the “stacked plate” inertial mass of the embodiment of FIG. 129. The alternate device configuration on the left side of FIG. FIG. 12 shows a perspective view of the same embodiment of the current disclosure shown in FIG. It can be seen to be floating in body of water 201. Apertures 202 and 203 are shown to vertically pass though the structure of flotation module 200. Drums 206-210 are shown in their linear array with flexible connector 204 passing in a serpentine manner around drums 206-210. Dolor muscular gemelo izquierdo . PTO module 211 is shown to be connected to drum 208 and five drums are shown to be used, however more or fewer drums and/or PTO modules could be utilized.
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A flat and/or ribbon cable 104 connects the PTO to a submerged inertial mass 105, traveling vertically through an aperture 103 in the buoy. In other words, when the descent of the surface 130 of the body of water slows approximately midway between the receding wave crest and the approaching wave trough, the flotation module remains adjacent to, and/or floating at, the surface of that vertically decelerating surface.
Its flaps are free to open to allow ambient water to flow 918 into the inertial mass 914 which facilitates the flow of water out of the open top of the vessel without the creation of any regions of reduced pressure, which might impede the vessel’s descent. An upward lifting force is accordingly transmitted to, and/or shared with, the inertial mass, causing the inertial mass to be periodically accelerated upward, in the direction of the water’s surface. 50 ratio may be achieved, while providing the same total cable cross-sectional area, through the use of a ribbon cable (or of several ribbon cables) comprising 100 individual cable “strands” of a 1 cm diameter, which could then be wound around and/or supported with, a pulley or roller of only a 50 cm diameter.
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Instead, the cables oscillate back-and-forth within the plane of rotation of each respective pulley. This differential rate of upward acceleration will result in an increase in the distance between the inertial mass 279 and the flotation module 271. This will result in an paying out or lengthening of connector segment 274, causing pulley 272 to be turned, causing the generator 273 to generate electrical power. During the raising of flotation module 101 during a rising heave motion, and the consequent lengthening of flexible connector portion 107, the generator 103 resists the turning of its own rotor, and consequently resists the turning 105 of gear 106. However, the wave-induced raising of the surface 100 of the water coupled with the buoyancy of flotation module 101 causes a buoyant force that is sufficient to overcome the resistive torque of the generator. However, solving this latter problem has been challenging and the few existing operational wave to energy converters share several major shortcomings.
Payloads 501-3 are installed into existing mounts/sockets built into floatation module 501-1. Payloads 501-3 are provided electrical power and status data from flotation module 501-1 via the mounts/sockets they are installed into, e.g. As flotation modules 2701-2703 rise in response to an approaching wave crest, inertial mass 2722 resists the module’s upward acceleration resulting in an increase in the distance by which they are separated. In some embodiments there are two rollers and they are counterrotated when the separation distance between the flotation module and the inertial mass increases (so that a net torque is not transmitted to the hull of the flotation module).
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And, in other embodiments, the rollers contain spiral grooves. PCT/US2017/051000 forces/tensions, the flotation module experiences a torque, and can be rotated so that its relevant “inertial mass alignment axis” points toward the inertial mass. Although the inertial mass must have an effective negative buoyancy during operation, some embodiments use a positively or neutrally buoyant inertial mass from which depend one or more weights, chains, or other similar weighted objects that act to give the inertial mass an effective negative buoyancy during operation. The buoyant structure of this, and of the other embodiments described in this disclosure, functionally constitute, and might equivalently be referred to as, a “buoy,” “flotation and/or buoyant module,” “floating and/or buoyant platform,” and/or “float.” Regardless of the label used in its description, a principal purpose and/or function of buoyant structure 1 is to hold the embodiment at or adjacent to the surface 4 of a body of water and transmit a periodic lifting force to the inertial mass.
A flotation module with said shapes is relatively hydrostatically unstable in said at least one “reduced-stability plane.” This hydrostatic instability entails that the flotation module experiences relatively little buoyant restoring moment/torque about at least one horizontal axis, no matter the wave conditions. Dolor lumbar angiomiolipoma renal pronostico crecimiento . The strands of the ribbon cable also travel over and partially around a roller 523 which does not resist the cable’s travel.
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460, the buoy’s angular orientation does not change to a noticeable extent. This has the advantage of reducing the likelihood of tangling and diving and potentially lengthening the life of the depending connector. This embodiment’s use of weights 302-303, each of which is connected to the flotation module 291 and the inertial mass 299 at opposite ends of said weight, allows the upward movement of inertial mass 299 to be stopped and/or arrested relatively “gently” as the imposition of the opposing force of each weight, 302 and 303, is applied progressively as the weight is raised from an approximately vertical orientation to an approximately horizontal orientation.
101 has the offset weights, e.g., 3809, to the left of inflection point 3810 offsetting and/or reducing the net effective buoyancy of float 3808, and thereby enhancing and/or increasing the net effective net weight of inertial mass 3805. Whereas those offset weights, e.g., 3811, to the right of inflection point 3810 do not offset nor reduce the net effective buoyancy of float 3808, and thereby do not enhance nor increase the net effective net weight of inertial mass 3805, but actually work to counteract it by virtue of creating or increasing a tension in connector segments 3804B and 3804A, and thus act upon the inertial mass 3805 by applying an upward force thereto. Because inertial mass 1-140 has great effective mass, it can experience a slower and/or less responsive change in its vertical velocity relative to the change in vertical acceleration of the restoring weight 1160. The restoring weight 1-160 can experience a faster and/or more responsive change in its vertical velocity.
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553, of each cable in the array is affixed to the roller 552. The other end of each cable in the ribbon is connected to a submerged inertial mass (below the buoy and not visible from the illustrated perspective). In some embodiments, the fluid within the computing chamber 106 is a liquid that does not conduct electricity to a significant degree. Since the longevity of each ribbon cable is not significantly (if at all) affected by the angle at which it travels onto or off of its respective roller, so long as it does so such that its plane of symmetry (normal to its broad surface, and inclusive of its longitudinal axis) is normal to the roller’s axis of rotation, the ability of the buoy to rotate in order to preserve that relationship of each ribbon cable’s plane of symmetry to its respective roller’s axis of rotation, promotes, and will tend to increase, the longevity of each ribbon cable.
3-150b, i.e. end 3-160, does not hang freely in the body of water, but rather depending connector 3150/19-150 is wound around pulley/capstan 19-125 and can be attached to pulley/capstan 19-125, e.g. 215, taken across a horizontal plane passing through the post-tensioning cables, e.g. 215 and 216, taken across a vertical plane passing through, and parallel to the longitudinal axis of, the power take-off 270 and the connector and/or cable passing between pulleys 268 and 269. The cross-sectional view is also the section taken across line 25A in FIG. 186, and taken across section line 21 in FIG. 88 and 89. As in FIG. The lattice of beams, some orthogonal to others, some not, constitute a “force-distribution assembly.” This lattice of beams distribute localized and/or focused downward forces imparted to the PTO by flexible connectors 57 IB and 571C over a substantial and/or broad portion of the flotation module’s upper surface.
In most embodiments, a major part of the inertia of the inertial mass is due to included water. Thus, the inertial mass can have “effective mass” that includes the mass of the confined water. Dolor severo de espalda . Such differences in countertorque or resistance can be a function of operational parameters such as the current and/or recent depth of the inertial mass in the body of water, and/or the current and/or recent distance between the inertial mass and the flotation module. For instance, the countertorque processor can send a digital data packet containing a countertorque directive to a control system responsible for controlling the engagement of the clutch, thereby varying the countertorque or resistance transmitted to the pulley/capstan. In some embodiments, one or more rotary encoders measure the angular position of a pulley/capstan, and this information is used to control the countertorque applied by the power-take-off system. 196 and taken along line AA. 2307 and 2308. At the top of the flotation module 2300 are two approximately frusto-conical structures, e.g.