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In yet another embodiment, multiple kinetic energy conversion systems 402 may be incorporated and configured to harvest energy from movement in a plurality of directions. FIG. 12B depicts yet another embodiment of a resonating electrical generator 1201 b having a ring-shaped core 1225. The core may be the same core 1225 as depicted in FIG. As depicted, the embodiment in FIG. As depicted, movement along the x axis may be limited or eliminated entirely. In another embodiment, the ratcheting mechanism 380 may hold the biasing element 350 in a tension position without engaging the driving mass 360. For example, a locked platform 370 may be moved along in one direction by the driving mass 360. The ratcheting mechanism 380 may prevent the locked platform 370 from reversing direction, thereby holding the biasing element 350 in a tension position. Thereby, the ratcheting mechanism 380 and the driving mass 360 hold the biasing element 350 in a tension position, thus storing potential energy.

FIG. 13 depicts one embodiment of a control circuit coupled to a system for generating electrical energy from ambient motion. FIG. 10 depicts another embodiment of a resonating electrical generator. FIG. 12B depicts a still another embodiment of a resonating electrical generator. FIGS. 4A and 4B depict one embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system 402 by itself, without the resonating electrical generator 301 depicted in FIG. Medicamentos para dolor de espalda . FIGS. 6B and 6C depict the embodiment of the kinetic energy conversion system 602 of FIG. FIG. 6B depicts a front elevation view of the embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system of FIG. FIG. 7B depicts a side elevation view of the embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system 702 of FIG. The flange 562 of the driving mass 560 is engaged with the teeth 584 of the ratcheting face 582, whereby the ratcheting mechanism 580 prevents the driving mass from moving in a direction opposite the direction moved to compress the first biasing element 550 a and the second biasing element 550 b, thereby holding the first biasing element 550 a and the second biasing element 550 b in a tension position storing potential energy.

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The locked platform 670 a is engaged with the teeth 684 of the ratchet face 682 to hold the first biasing element 650 a in a tension position storing potential energy. FIG. 5A depicts a perspective view of another embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system. FIG. 5D depicts a side elevation view of one embodiment of a system for generating electrical energy from ambient motion. FIG. 4A depicts a perspective view of an embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system. FIG. Dolor de la pierna . 5C depicts a perspective view of another embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system. 7D, the cam 785 coupled to the ratchet gear 780 eventually rotates far enough in the loading direction to temporarily displace the pawl 770, thereby displacing the pawl stop 772 and allowing the torsion spring 750 to release the stored potential energy.

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The driving mass 560 may be forced back toward the position where it started the loading process and contact the first stage, or the resonant electrical generator, to generate a resonant oscillation of the first stage, or the resonant electrical generator. Military field operations, space exploration, wilderness camping, emergency situations involving power outage, intracorporeal medical devices, and animal tracking devices are such limiting situations where spare batteries are not readily available and charging batteries is difficult or impossible.

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60/881,325, entitled “AMBIENT POWERED ELECTRICAL GENERATOR” and filed on Jan. Movement along the axis of the torsion shaft 930 may not produce oscillation, and thus may not produce electrical energy in the coil. There may also be movement along an axis x and an axis z. 8, the driving mass 860 may be free to move along two axes.

4A and 4B, the spring biasing elements 550 may comprise a fixed end and a free end. 10, the embodiment may comprise multiple magnets 1010 positioned on different sides of the coil 1020 to generate a magnetic field in which the coil 1020 is positioned. The embodiment may further comprise a pawl 770 which may allow rotation of the gear 780 in only one direction, a loading direction. The embodiment may be further configured to release the potential energy stored in the plurality of biasing elements 850. For example, the ratcheting gears 886 may periodically disengage from the ring gear 880. In another embodiment, the pistons 888 may release from the ratcheting gears 886. Dolor lumbar despues de hacer pilates . When the embodiment releases the potential energy from the plurality of biasing elements 850, the energy may be used to generate a resonant oscillation of a resonant electrical generator.

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Any of the foregoing embodiments of a kinetic energy conversion system may be coupled to a resonant electrical generator. When all of the biasing elements 550 have been loaded, the kinetic energy conversion system 502 may release the stored potential energy. 1 and 2 may have a single resonant frequency at which electrical energy may be generated effectively. In this manner, the first loaded biasing element 550 a and the driving mass 560 may be coupled together as a single moving piece to then displace the second biasing element 550 b.

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This is because ambient movements generally occur at lower frequencies, whereas efficient electrical power generation occurs at higher frequencies. However, ambient motion generally occurs at low frequencies. Charging and changing batteries, however, is expensive and can be a hassle. The second locked platform 570 b may engage the first locked platform 570 a and the driving mass 560, once a level of displacement of the second biasing element 550 b has been achieved. A disengaging mechanism 690 may be configured to disengage a driving pawl 686 from a corresponding locked platform 670 once the corresponding biasing element 650 is fully loaded. 12A, the ring shaped core may be coupled to a plurality of biasing elements 1250. The embodiment of FIG. FIG. 7C depicts a close-up side elevation view of the embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system of FIG. FIG. 5D depicts a side elevation view of one embodiment of a system 500 for generating electrical energy from ambient motion.

The variance between the frequency of ambient movement and the frequency for efficient electrical energy generation renders this embodiment less than ideal. Any number of biasing elements 650 may be sequentially loaded in this manner. A second end of the biasing elements 650 may be fixed. Movement of the driving mass 360 may convert kinetic energy to stored potential energy by loading the biasing element 350. Loading the biasing element 350 may mean displacing the biasing element 350 from a resting position to a tension position and holding it in a tension position, thereby loading it with stored potential energy. In another embodiment, the biasing element 450 may be one of a torsion shaft or a coil spring that stores potential energy upon winding or twisting. The kinetic energy conversion system 302 may be coupled to the resonating electrical generator 301 to convert kinetic energy and store it as potential energy that can periodically be released.

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In another embodiment, the release mechanism may simultaneously release the locked platforms 570 and the driving mass 560, thereby allowing the biasing elements 550 to release the stored potential energy. A plurality of locked platforms 570 may secure one end of the corresponding biasing elements 550 to enable displacing each from a resting position to a position of tension. The primary stage may be capable of producing electricity in response to motion, independent of the supplementary stage. The ratcheting mechanism 380 may load the biasing element 350 by preventing the driving mass 360 from shifting back in response to the biasing element 350 moving in the direction of its resting position. The movement may not be actual movement, but rather movement relative to the biasing element 350 in response to ambient motion. The plurality of locked platforms 570 may be configured to enable sequential loading of each biasing element 550. Hinchazón abdominal y dolor lumbar . Similar to the embodiment depicted in FIGS.

LOOKS FORWARD For example, the core 1125 may be coupled to a torsion shaft as depicted in FIG. FIG. 3 depicts one embodiment of a system 300 for generating electrical power from multiaxial ambient motion. When all of the biasing elements 650 have been loaded, the kinetic energy conversion system 602 may release the stored potential energy. F03G7/08-Mechanical-power-producing mechanisms, not otherwise provided for or using energy sources not otherwise provided for recovering energy derived from swinging, rolling, pitching or like movements, e.g. The first driving pawl 686 a is shown disengaged from locked platform 670 a. In still another embodiment, a plurality of driving masses (not shown) may be configured to harvest energy from movement in a plurality of directions, translating that energy to a force that may displace the biasing elements 650 and thereby store potential energy. Previous attempts to harvest ambient movement into electrical energy have largely failed to provide sufficient electrical energy to power anything but the smallest electronic devices.

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  • Schiaffino, Mariarosa, Chocolates y bombones, Mondibérica, Madrid, 1986

Thus, it is to be understood that the embodiments described above have been presented by way of example, and not limitation, and that the invention is defined by the appended claims. Thus, any order in the drawings or Detailed Description is for illustrative purposes only and is not meant to imply a required order, unless specified to require an order. Various modifications, changes, and variations apparent to those of skill in the art may be made in the arrangement, operation, and details of the methods and systems of the disclosure without departing from the spirit and scope of the disclosure. FIG. 2 depicts one embodiment of a multiaxial resonating electrical generator 201 comprising a magnet 210 suspended by a biasing element 230, wherein the magnet 210 is disposed proximate to a coil 220. The biasing element 230 may be a spring, as depicted in FIG.