US8745981B1 – Ocean Powered Take-off For Multiple Rotary Drives – Google Patents

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In the one-way drive train, one end of an axle is keyed directly to the One-Way Drive Gear (5). This axle extends outward and is keyed directly to the inner race of a One-Way Clutch (10) on the axle’s other end. The axles that are inserted through both Half-Stroke Clutch Gears (3-A and 3-B) are keyed directly to the inner races of each One-Way Clutch (10). Therefore, the two axles will only be able to rotate alternately in a clockwise direction when either of the corresponding Half-Stroke Clutch Gears are in an engaged condition. The plunger is inserted through the top of a semi-submersed, hollow spar enclosure which houses multiple generators that are sealed within the spar’s watertight structure.

Affixed to the top of the Float is a Main Shaft (1) that penetrates through the top of the Enclosure as it rises and falls with the buoyant Float. Affixed to the top of the oscillating float, is a vertical main shaft. Affixed to the bi-directional main shaft are dual linear gear tracks or racks. FIG. 3/5: This sketch highlights the bi-directional Main Shaft (1), which is affixed to the Float (9). The Float is not shown for reasons of clarity.

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A near shore or onshore placement would allow the prime mover (Float) to harvest greater amounts of energy from the amplified wave profiles found closer to shore. In all applications, whether they are onshore structures or off shore buoys or platforms, the energy produced by the mechanical PTO drive could be enhanced with the addition of one or more Hanna Turbines (U.S. Therefore, the preferred embodiment of the invention would have the mechanism incorporated into a near shore breakwater or onshore structure such as a jetty, sea wall, dock or pier.

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Tatuajes para (MUJER EN LA ESPALDA) 【Negro y gris, color】 A further discussion regarding the improved design is in the Preferred Embodiment Description section. When the design employs the stand-alone flywheel/generator configuration (rather than using multiple independent generators), the present invention will use a new, low speed, direct drive, permanent magnet topology developed by engineers at Scotland’s Edinburgh University. When the direct drive aspect of the design employs multiple generators or pumps, mechanical stresses can be reduced during start up with the use of centrifugal clutches to smoothly apply torque to the generators’ drive shafts. However, this direct drive mechanism departs from the common design by utilizing two separate racks that independently turn two modified pinions which have sprag-type, freewheeling clutches within their respective hubs. Dolor de hombro derecho en el embarazo . 2/5. Here is shown the large diameter Flywheel Clutch Gear (6) which has a sprag-type, one-way clutch in its hub. This is due to the fact that within the hub of each of the two Half-Stroke Clutch Gears, there are sprag-type, One-Way Clutches (10). These One-Way Clutches allow the Half-Stoke Clutch Gears to engage the Rack Gears in only one direction of travel.

Imágenes: dolor toracico - Dolor torácico agudo - Foto de.. There are a minimum of six bearings in the design. If an off shore application is chosen for the present invention, the entire buoy structure will be built using a cost-effective, modular concrete design to mitigate corrosion and assure a service life that will last for decades. With the present invention, all power generating equipment would be fully accessible at sea. The turbine(s) would provide an auxiliary source of power for the grid or to service onboard electrical functions. Another direct drive wave energy converter is a deep water buoy called the PowerBuoy™ designed by Ocean Power Technologies (OPT) of Pennington, N.J., USA. It was designed specifically for WEC devices to operate with high efficiency under variable speeds. The present invention expands upon a prior art wave energy converter (WEC) as described in the now expired U.S.