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Pat. No. 4,760,706 to Gamal E. Nasser; U.S. And more recently in: U.S. The liquefied working fluid gasifies in the evaporator, from where ascends, under constant temperature, through the widening ascending conduit up to the condenser, wherein the gasified working fluid liquefies, and from where descends because gravity through the descending conduit powering the power extraction apparatus, flowing then back into the evaporator, completing a self-pumping process, and restarting the cycle. The water temperature of tropical oceans thus typically exceeds 20° C. (68° F.) and stays relatively constant throughout the year. ‘m’ is the molar mass of the gas in Kg/mol; ‘g’ is the gravitational acceleration-9.08665 m/s2; ‘y’ is height in meters; ‘KB’ is the Boltzmann constant (1.38×10−23); ‘T’ is the temperature in Kelvin degrees. Pat. No. Posiciones para dolor de espalda . 4,064,409-is a ferrofluid comprising magnetite of less than 100 angstroms in diameter, whose Curie Temperature is above 550 Celsius degrees, such that the referring ferrofluid generator requires a very high working temperature for enabling the magnetic flux to change significantly and thus consumes a comparatively large amount of energy; while the scale of the second ferrofluid power generator-U.S.
Tipos De Dolor Torácico
In order to overcome the initial pressure P0 at the top of the evaporator 20, and the frictional and viscosity resistances, the reaction turbine 51 is located in a level L3 higher than the level L0 where the liquefied working fluid gasifies in the evaporator 20, with a difference in height H4 that will create a column of descending liquefied working fluid that will be contained between these two levels, L3 and L0, and that because weight will produce a pressure P4 over the liquefied working fluid contained below the level L0, what will let to overcome the initial pressure P0 and frictional and viscosity resistances, assisting the liquefied working fluid in flowing into the evaporator 20. In other preferred embodiments the reaction turbine 51 could be designed in order to leave a residual amount of pressure P3 in the outflow that exits the turbine that will help to overcome the mentioned initial pressure P0 and frictional and viscosity resistances, what will allow to locate the reaction turbine 51 on a level (L3) closer or equal to level L0.
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In this embodiment, a thermal circuit 70 drives also heat from the condenser 30 back into the evaporator 20, as in the first, second, fifth and sixth embodiments. Large differences in temperature are needed in order to produce the self-pumping and buoyancy effect, where the most important factor for the generation process is the speed of the flow-because the nature of the magnetic generator, being not significant the distance between the condenser and the thermal absorption units, especially in the micro loop thermosyphon ferrofluid power generators where it is actually really small.
In this fifth exemplary scheme of operation, the heat pump 80 works at the same time as the heating 73 and cooling unit 74 for the thermal circuit 70. Depending of the temperature at what the cold thermal fluid (that comes from the evaporator 20) reaches the heat pump 80, the internal working fluid 88 of said heat pump 80 will extract more or less heat 31 from said cold thermal fluid through the evaporator 81 of the heat pump 80, working in this case said cold thermal fluid also as heat source for the system, and diverting said extracted heat 31 into the warm thermal fluid that comes from the condenser 30 through the heat pump’s condenser 82, working said warm thermal fluid in this case as heat sink.
An auxiliary pump 753 drives the liquefied working fluid from the vertical separator 47, through an auxiliary pipe 913, into the descending conduit 90. A second compressor 754 will inject the cooled gasified working fluid collected in the vertical separator 47, into a second gas cooling unit 742, before entering in the deposit 46. Both gas cooling units (741, 742) use the auxiliary cooling thermal fluid that after operating a seventh group of valves 927, flows through a third auxiliary circuit 708, from the auxiliary cooling thermal circuit 104, into the gas station 43. Once the pressure and temperature of the gasified working fluid and the pressuring gas are optimal in the widening ascending conduit 40, the pressuring gas station 43 will stop operating, finishing in this way the third step of the starting operation.
The widening ascending conduit 40 ascends on the mountain side, connecting the evaporator 20 and the condenser 30. In this sixth embodiment a thermal circuit 70 drives heat back from the condenser 30 into the evaporator 20, as depicted in the first, second and fifth embodiments. 9A, 9B, 9C, 9D, 9E, 9F, in which a fifth embodiment is depicted, wherein the evaporator 20, a reaction turbine 51 and generator 60 are disposed in high-pressure resistant submergible vessels (102, 105) on a sea bed, meanwhile the condenser 30 is located on dry land, on the top of a hill. FIG. 3B is a block diagram wherein through a thermal circuit heat is drove back from the condenser into the evaporator, in order to recycle it, rectifying the thermal circuit its temperature by direct transfer of heat with the heat source and the heat sink, according to a second exemplary scheme of operation of the present disclosure.
Dolor De Muelas
FIG. 5H is a three-dimensional view in perspective of the submergible vessel of the turbine and generator under sections II-II′, III-III′, and V-V′. FIG. 11B is a three-dimensional view in perspective of the seventh embodiment. 3D, 3F, 3G and 3H which depict a fourth exemplary scheme of operation, wherein, there is a combination of the thermal circuit 70 depicted in FIG. 10A and 10B wherein a sixth embodiment is depicted.
Dolor Neuropatico Curso
In this second embodiment the vessel 102 of the evaporator 20 has been also suspended from the floating vessel 103 by high-strength synthetic fiber ropes 106, while two descending pipes 90 connect the condensers 30 of the floating platform 103 with the evaporator 20. Four high-pressure resistant submergible vessels 105 are connected to said descending pipes 90 at two different levels, containing each submergible vessel 105 a reaction turbine 51 connected to an electrical generator 60, being the electricity generated transmitted to an electrical grid by electric transmission cables 61. Dolor en el gemelo de la pierna . As in the first improvement the floating and submergible vessels are provided with a thermal-isolating layer 101 in order to reduce the exchange of heat with the environment. The heat sink could be natural and renewable as well, as per example cold deep sea water, water from a river or lake, and a cold atmosphere; or artificial, as per example when using thermal fluid.
Tipos De Dolor De Espalda
In contrast that when using conventional heat exchangers as heating units, when using heat pumps it will be possible to heat the working fluid to a higher temperature than that of the heat source. In order to assure an optimal transfer of heat between the thermal fluid and the warm 83 and cold 84 sea water in the heating 73 and cooling 74 units, the central processing unit, CPU 200 will actuate on the pumps (783, 784) that injects said warm 83 and cold 84 sea waters into the heating 73 and cooling 74 units, increasing or decreasing their flow, what in turns will increase or reduce the rate of heat transfer between the thermal fluid and the warm 83 and cold 84 sea waters through said heating 73 and cooling 74 units. 80, recovering the lost heat that transfers from the warmer closed-loop thermodynamic circuit 10 into the colder environment.
Dolor Muscular En El Pecho
In FIGS. 4A and 4B is illustrated with greater detail a scheme of thermal energy conversion plant wherein through a thermal circuit 70 heat is drove back from the condensers 30 into the evaporator 20 in order to recycle it, as described in the schematics drawings showed in FIGS. An artificial lake, made from water diverted from a river, could be used as the heat sink, in order to protect the environment. The plates 21 are provided with longitudinal parallel ribs 22, in a way that when the plates are alienated the ribs 22 are alienated also one next to the other, providing additional strength, and providing a thin space of a few millimeters between plates through which the working fluid and the thermal fluid flow in opposite directions, being the heat transferred without having any physical contact between them.
In FIG. 4A, H4 represents the height between the level L3 of the turbine, and level L0 at the evaporator 20 (that is the level at which the liquefied working fluid gasifies in said evaporator 20), for preferred embodiments in which the arranged turbine is a reaction turbine 51; whereas in FIG. Excepting for the planned entries and exits of the working fluid and thermal fluid, the edges of the plates 21 are welded in order to avoid escapes under the high pressures at which the plant operates. The numeral reference characters are enclosed within parentheses so as to avoid confusion with other numbers or characters that appear in the claims. Reference characters corresponding to elements recited in the detailed description and the drawings are used in conjunction with the recitation of the same element or group of elements in the claims.