The radius and thereby the torque increase the higher the counterweight is hoisted up and thereby makes the generator 21 rotate faster. For second movements of the body, which are substantially different from the first movements, the energy accumulation device can drive the two parts of the electric generator to rotate in the same first direction in relation to each other and thereby generate electric current having the same polarity as during the first movements of the body. Instead of a bottom foundation bottom fastening devices 61, 63 are provided which are attached to the bottom 8. These bottom fastening devices are designed as frames or pillars which extend upwards from the bottom, and the driveshaft 11 in the power train is journalled in the frames or the pillars. To achieve a more symmetrical load in the case of two counterweight drums 15 the anchor line 7′ can extend along a loop, so that it runs from one side of the anchor drum in helicoidal grooves 41, down to the bottom foundation 5 and via a pulley 40, which is rotationally mounted in the bottom foundation 5, back up again to the other side of the anchor drum via helicoidal grooves 43. The anchor line is then in both its ends more or less wound on the winding surface of the anchor drum within two different segments of helicoidal grooves 41 and 43 having helicoidal grooves in opposite directions.
The torque can be very accurately controlling using the level of a feeding current, so that the higher the current the higher the transferred torque and thereby also a higher braking action. The second anchor drum, the right drum 9 h, is journalled so that it can rotate freely but its motive force is transferred to the left anchor drum 9 v by the link shaft 58. The link shaft can be coupled, via chain pulleys or toothed wheels 203 mounted thereon, to the anchor drums by chains or toothed belts 205 which also run over the toothed flanges 31. Alternatively, the gearwheels 203 can be directly connected to the flanges of the anchor drum in the same way as shown in FIG. Thereby a motive force can be created, in the case shown in relation to the bottom 8 of the water pool, such as a part rigidly attached to the bottom, e.g.
- FIG. 5B depicts a perspective view of another embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system
- Sangrado intenso
- Ceguera temporal de uno o ambos ojos
- Reducción significativa del interés o placer por la mayoría de las actividades cotidianas
- Completa 3 series de 10 repeticiones
- El posterior que es más pálido
Support bars are not required, but the driveshaft can be journalled directly in the generator housing or the generator casing 71, which replaces the counterweight drum 15 and which in this case can enclose a fixed gear mechanism such as a planetary gear 35, the generator 21 and a compressor/gas pump 73. The casing is rigidly attached to the buoy 3, such as to the underside thereof as shown in the figure or centred in the buoy, if a power train room 20 according to the description above is used for mounting of the power train 2. A gas pipe 75 extends from the compressor/gas pump 73 to gas tanks 77, suitably located at or in the buoy. Such a sliding clutch may replace and enhance the function of a counterweight, here called a lead, which is often used in similar constructions.