Accordingly, FIG. 1 illustrates a spherical float 16 having upper portion 16a and lower portion 16b, and FIG. 1 and 2 in an assembled state in cross-sectional view except for a minor difference in an upper bearing clamp and bearing, the FIG.-3 embodiment having the same type float upper sphere half 16a and lower sphere half 16b, while FIG. Broadly. the invention may be described as a waveresponsive float and lever mechanism in which the float is rotatably mounted relative to the lever on which it is mounted such that the forces of water of waves and current are at least, partially absorbed by the freerevolving motion of the float thereby substantially obviating forces on the leverwhich might otherwise bind the lever against free reciprocatable motion upwardwardly and downwardly within its bearing supports.
6A having corresponding conduits 86′ and 86″ and pump 114 and turbine 111′, are in a substantially circular flow shape-arrangement with the substantially circularly shaped and arranged conduits thereof such as 86′ and 86″. This arrangement is in fact that illustrated in perspective for each of the embodiments of FIGS.
FIG. 8 illustrates in cross-sectional view a float which for some particular conditions would be preferred because of this embodiment having been found to respond quickly to small wave height differences, this being the embodiments of float illustrated in each of FIGS. ABSTRACT 1n a preferred embodiment of the invention, there is provided a double-action piston water pump of elon- Bailey 290/53 ing through both ends of the cylinder providing thereby equal volume displacement constantly throughout the cylinder inner space irrespective of the position of the piston during the to and fro strokes, with there being mounted on a lower end of the lever rod a float element revolvable around the lever rod with the lever rod as a central axis thereto and with there being detachably mounted on the float element an additional dense mass for varying the depth that the float element sits in the water and varying momentum and inertia during a stroke, the float element including separable and dismountable upper and lower halves and including bearing mountings of the upper and lower halves with a lubrication port and channel for pressurized lubrication of thebearing mountings, and there also being included in closed flow cycle inlet and outlet conduits to and from the opposite ends of the piston cylinder with appropriate one-way valves therein and mounted within the conduit cycle there being a turbine propelled by the pumped fluid such as pumped water, the cylinder and the conduits and the turbine being arranged relative to one-another to obtain a substantially unbroken circle of flow for accentuating fly-wheel-like inertia and momentum of the circularly flowing water, there also being an additional mass body mounted on a lower end of the lever rod having a stabilizing effect against distorting torques on the lever rod, the revolving float element also reducing any such distorting torque effects also, the rod lever being slidably supported by two ,bearing mountings located both above the upper extremity of the upwa’rd stroke of the lever rod responsive to the crest of a wave pushing upwardly on the float element.
The particular environment in so far as depth of the water, normal turbulence, the type of wave, the extent of currents and types thereof, and other associated wave factors being the determinants of the preferred embodiment to be utilized, as optimum for that particular situation. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to obtain a wave-action energy-harnessing float apparatus unimpaired in its routine operation and durable against destructive and thwarting forces of twisting and turbulent water currents and waves. FIG. 6 illustrates a particular preferred embodiment of the invention in perspective side view, together with illustrating an embodiment devoid of a lever extension below the float, and with both lever support bearing structures located well above the upper extremity of the upward stroke movement of the float. In particular situations, it is more desirable that the mass be associated directly with the float in order to obtain the maximum control over the ease of revolving thereof around the reciprocatable shaft around which it is mounted, aswell as the varying of themass thereof to otherwise stabilize the float against movements that might otherwise impart unde- ‘sirable torque to the lever on which the float is revolvably mounted, and as well as for causing the float to be stably seated at any of predetermined depths within the water when floating at equilibrium on the surface thereof and/or for sinking the float far below the surface of the water during such times as when violent storms might otherwise serve to destroy the entire apparatus by force greater than those for which the appa- 3 ratus was designed to withstand leverage of turbulent waters against a float located on the surface of the water.
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- Intoxicación (ejm. toxinas de C.Clostridium)
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- FIG. 44 illustrates some aspects of assembled details of a bilateral reciprocating embodiment
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FIG. 2 illustrates in an exploded perspective view in side view, a preferred float structure combination. In the pump improvement embodiment improvement of the invention, a further improvement therein includes a preferred substantially annular flow path such as preferably circular, for moving water in conduits to and from the pump cylinder and to and from a turbine from and to which the conduits extend and are interconnected operatively, providing thereby for a substantially continuous liquid flow of the water through the conduits to and away from the turbine and to and from the pump cylinder, and thus effecting a maximum benefit of the momentum of the moving water in thereby avoiding bends and/or turns and, to the extent possible, avoiding the stopping and starting of intermittent movement of large volumes of water which starting and stopping would dissipate energy otherwise available to effect useful harnessed energy, in the production of electricity by a generator connected to the turbine conventionally.