Aquatic Drive Motor
In the modern world Cargo shipping on the high seas is a common method of moving goods and services... The problem we face with this method is that the type of engines used currently all require large amounts of fuel or use hazardous methods ( Atomic power ). The rising of fuel prices then raises the wholesale and retail cost of the product being sold. We have addressed this problem also with a ship motor design that will cost less to produce that may in fact develop more horse power allowing for greater ship speed *(knots ), that does not have a fuel requirement to preform it's function. Ever need a gas station while out on the water...?
3. drive shaft
4. planetary / differential gear with 1:50 ratio gear set with high side counter tilt by hydraulic fluid flow
and hydraulic impeller with the oil derived from the combined component pressure storage tank to then vent from the said hydraulic impeller then into the intake of component "L" , additionally an electromagnetic clutch placed between the high and
low sides of the ratio gear set.
A. automatic transmission
B. combined component argon ( air pressure ) and silicone oil pressure storage tank
C. torque converter
D. "redesigned wheel" html ( http://designdeskinc.com/Redesigned_Wheel.html ) as flywheel with gear teeth upon circumference ( the electric current thru bore current transfer slip
ring then rides atop the back side of the circumference gear between the flywheel and the torque converter , letter "C" .
E. Hydraulic pump/ impeller with two tube hydraulic flow tube connecting to the intake hydraulic pressure fitting upon "F". "E" also then acts as a "draft" impeller then causing for ward
tilt.. assisting in the flywheels forward advancement.
F. Hydraulic pump
G. Hydraulic flow tube
H. hydraulic flow valve
I. pneumatic one way fill valve
J. hydraulic over pressure safety valve ( connected to both hydraulic impellers "E" and "F" )
K. automatic transmission rotational torque out put drive shaft
L. Automatic transmission internal hydraulic oil impeller feeding the flywheel assembly oil pressure
M. Pneumatic over pressure safety valve ( vents over pressure / air argon )
N. pressure rated oil fill tube and pressure cap / also vents pneumatic pressure with internal safety valve within the cap
O. Electric pressure sensor connects to motor system mapping circuit boards to regulate motor systems
P. Tube drive shaft with circumference gear that then drives a gear system then advancing the flywheel "D" gear locking to the inner surface of the circumference of the flywheel.
The additional gear system is motivated by "P" then with stationary housing to then upon the 1st gear upon the system engage a "bar" gear ( ie. cylinder one side meshing gear
teeth to inner circumference to the flywheel ) the other end of the cylinder then containing R.P.M. sensor... system repeated 3 times about 360 degrees. The "bar " gear then supported
by sealed bearing races and support brackets.
Q. over pressure valve oil return tube dumps oil back to the combined component pressure storage tank
*Note - From "B" to "L" is a regulator valve also acting as a flow restriction dampener ( valve ) for the silicone oil also able to be manually operated... functioning with
system "all stop" safety system
* Note - "D" drives the inner gear of " E" then to advance the pump " E" twice fly wheel rate mechanically.. the inner drive gears then are the sum of three about 360 degrees and
lock to the inner gear about the circumference of the "fly wheel" via connecting tube drive shaft and mounting assembly.
* Note "E" also contains over pressure tube to "J" venting any hydraulic over pressure of the silicone oil... for systems safe operation.
* Note - Regarding "F" the the core drive shaft (not depicted) then rotated by hydraulic pressure flow ( tandem rotating gear locked to "F" ) , then engages "E" with an
electromagnetic clutch and the drive shaft then continues to the lock by gearing into the center of the redesigned wheel / as flywheel to then advance the ring gear in a
forward advancing fashion. The ring gear rotates independently of the fly wheel ( letter "D" ) ..this causes the base rate of rotation to have increase and compounding
incline rate. inserts into the core of the redesigned wheel / flywheel with drive gear then rotating the "ring gear" in the redesigned wheel as a flywheel, to then advance
the system twice..where as part "E" becomes then a hydraulic pump as well... by an electromagnetic clutch then upon the core drive shaft then causing "E" to advance
* Note - Number 5,3,4, then into amplification gear at 1:50 to then cause "f" pump upon the "50" side of the ratio gear set. The counter tilt then by a hydraulic impeller upon
the 1:50 ratio gear set then rotating tandem with the "50" side of the gear set being fed hydraulic oil from the combined pressure storage tank then the oil post ratio gear
set impeller is then fed into a mixing union with one way valve system then the merging flow join into the "G" tube pre "L" at the circle on the flow tube line. This to
cause negative hydraulic pressure ...yielding system advancement by hydraulic vacuum.
* Note - The argon pressure is the at high pressure with redundant confinement ie. a dual chamber pressure confinement pressure tank .. The pressure level is determined by the scale
of the system ... ( not exceeding 1000 P.S.I. pounds per square inch ).
* Note - Since this motor design does not use fuel reducing the heat problem for the mechanical properties of the designs selection material...however a cooling system still need
to be in place to aid in reduced wear occurring . The oil cooler is then mounted atop the combined component pressure storage tank and is electrically powered. A system
like http://designdeskinc.com/VacBoil_Refrigeration.html will then be used... so no mass refrigerant requirement will add to the cost of the advanced system.
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