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Autonomous Fish Hatchery ( a "free energy" design )


Following please find an "Autonomous Fish Hatchery",  design system is intended to recover the failing waters where healthy ecosystems once existed. The design system is self powered and produces the initial food for the hatchling. The design system is self navigating while providing a restorative function to the marine environment in which it is placed. The dual "pontoon" fish hatchery can also serve as a sediment or algae pond / lake cleaning system with the availability to "off load" the material that becomes dangerous for the aquatic life.
































Parts List


1.  Maritime beacon lamp


2.  hand rail union


3.  de-humidification system


4.  dehumidifier air intake filter


5.  photovoltaic and battery system with heliostat / lumen sensor and light timer sensor system (allows for the illumination of the maritime

     ship marker lamps, provides initial "start" current  for number 77 and recharges the batteries)


6. ribbon wire / multi wire wire "bus" clip


7. fish tank access door hinge


8. fish tank access door


9. r.p.m. sensor (assist in the drive line assembly speed control


10. main fish tank water outflow (filter and screen  "coupling) diffused exhaust double "wall" with screened panels for diffused low suction

      water exhaust from the main fish tank due to the velocity of the hydraulic draft generator assembly


11. fish tank door water sealed lamp


12. under gravel clean out water pump


13. "filtered water" return pipe


14.  water filter clean out inflow pipe manifold / "pressurized water" manifold and valve system (valve electric actuation also closes

       coupling valve connecting number 13 at the compression pipe coupling to the main fish tank. The coupling contains water injection

       port that allows for the pipe, number 13, to also be cleaned out draining at number 20


15.  water filter manifold coupling


16.  filter shaker unit


17. electromagnetic and mechanical clutch system


18. dual shaft electric motor


19.  vacuum pump


20. water filter clean out electric valve (electric valve ) discharges to the exterior of the system into the pond / lake


21. communications antenna (transmitter / receiver antenna)


22. dome maritime lamp


23. fish food grow dome (grows the fish food) flow pumping by dual air pressure cylinders to compress water in sequence to cause

      continual water flow not to damage the food growth (air pressure is increased in cylinder tanks  containing water causing the water to

      be displaced into the growth coils without damaging the growing fish food. The adjacent cylinder then in the same fashion with off

      set instigation then the cycle repeats. The air pressure then is removed by valve directional switching system to then allow water into

      the cylinder water tanks causing water pressure to cause water flow in the growth coil.


24. fish food growth coils (flow pipe - transparent coil pipe)


25. vacuum pipe


26.  vacuum tank vacuum level sensor and internal vacuum tank water level float contains hydrogen sensor that causes the evacuation of

       the tank should the system gain hydrogen due to water flow static electricity producing mild electrolysis


27.  vacuum tank


28. water level float sensor water level "send" unit


29. water impeller


30. hatchling up swim flow pipe


31. sludge tank decompression vent and filter system exhaust external ie.. "to open air"


32. electric actuation water valve references the water level float sensor to "maintain" correct water level in the vacuum tank


33.  fish food grow dome access door "hinge"


34. fish food grow dome access door


35. hatchling dump toroid tube vacuum level sensor and air inlet dampener valve


36. air inlet filter


37. maritime lamp


38. hatchling toroid clear pipe


39. lamp pole


40. optical sensor detects presence of a fish at correct size to then actuate the fish dump gate then discharging the fish to open water


41. fish dump gate doors references "clear to close door" via optical sensor


42. inertia gravity drive water coil (water head weight with assistance of the draft accelerator causes a circulating water head weight

      to use gravity to cause electricity production for the system functions).


43. water "head weight" water coil  (oval shape), mounting brackets


44. sludge tank out flow discharge hose fitting


45. sludge pump


46. sludge tank


47. water propulsion "bay" contains system flow cycle switching control systems for propulsion and the sludge intake


48.  "flex" hull to pontoon water pressure rated flex hose


49. "flex hose" to "hull" mounting compression fitting tube compression coupling


50.  hull to pontoon mounting system (sum of two pontoons one per side of the hull)


51.  water propulsion intake pipe


52.  water propulsion intake screened port


53.  maximum water line


54.  air pressure hose


55.  port and pulley hose and safety cable guide


56.  mooring bore / deck drain


57.  electric wench electric motor system


58. electric wench safety cable and air pressure spool


59. main fish tank water temperature sensor "send" unit "thermostat"


60. access ladder


61. lamp position  access door lock - dehumidifier system refrigeration condenser fish tank water heater thermal exchange unit


62.  multi wire "ribbon wire" electrical power feed


63. water oval coil electrical ground contact point


64. main fish tank water level float sens assist in maintaining the water level within the main fish tank controlling the dehumidifier

      activity level that discharges water into the main fish tank


65.  dehumidifier spill way fills the main fish tank


66.  r.p.m. sensor assist in control of the system automatic throttle system "governs the generator speed"


67.  water impeller with internal over pressure by-pass channel


68.  1: 150 ratio gear set to then "cause" the centrifugal air compressor to rotate at higher rate than the water impeller motivating the drive

        line assembly


69. pneumatic over pressure safety valve vents over pressure to the water pipe system


70. pneumatic over pressure safety valve vents over pressure to the exterior of the system


71.  fish food grow coil water cycle / metered feed pump - dispenses metered amount of feed the water discharge from the water

       impeller , number 29 the has the capacity to add water to the growth coil to compensate for the water discharge containing the fish feed


72.  fish food feed pump electric motor and actuation control unit


73.  electric fish food dispenser - dumps fish food to the fish tank


74.  dispenser meter unit - electric actuation and electric scale to measures the weight of fish food to be dispensed


75. water pressure feed pipe


76. impeller


77. electric motor


78. 1:50 ratio gear set high side to number 80  hydraulic pump)


79. magneto (a permanent magnet Ac, alternating current, generator of electricity)


80.  water pump high speed


81.  multi directional flow valve electric position via solenoid


82.  pneumatic pressure flow pipe


83.  under water lamps


84. water propulsion intake ports


85.  water propulsion water compression propeller with circumference water impeller to cause the water propeller then across the

      diameter of the water compressor to cause water pressure and water displacement yielding vessel motion


86. water aeration chamber  "within the "chamber" air is mixed with the propulsion water


87. water compression venturi "compression funnel" causes greater displaces force yielding vessel motion


88.  water jet thrust tube "water exhaust tube"


89.  printed hull laminate compression alignment


90.  hydraulic rudder position system


91.  rudder


92.  hull base (injection molded boat bottom)


93.  rudder mounting hinges


94. safety cable


95.  air bubble bar


96.  sinker weight anchor


97. high speed water pump


98.  air intake filter with electric resistance heater


99.  voltage regulator


100.  pontoon mounting brace


101.  vacuum tank water tap


102.  flow pipe connector with one way valve


103.  hatchling egg screen allows fish eggs to drop to the lower level and keeps the adult fish in the top half of the main fish tank


104.  transparent UvA UvB UvC light resistant acrylic growth dome outer cover


105. vacuum flow pipe "internal dome"


106.  access stairs system (electric resistance heating  step and hand rail weather rated encasement)


107.  under gravel clean out water injection system "compression" pipe fitting and  flow guide and water compression tip upon the

         water exhaust in the main fish tank


108.  water tap fitting


109.  sludge tank decompression air flow pipe


110. connecting mounting system hull to pontoon with under side water safe lighting


111. pontoon sum of two each side of the main hull


112. pneumatic compression venturi


113. hull optics and motion sensor / camera system upon the circumference of the hull object recognition and also assist in navigation



Letter "A" = removable insert screens

Letter "B" = heating / ventilation air conditioning ( H.V.A.C.) control "room"

Letter "C" = lower internal hull access path


Description


The above design system is a mobile fish hatchery that obtains it's motive power for function using gravity and a "draft accelerator" type electricity generator system. Using gravity as a motivator to "cause" electricity production allows the operational cost to then be nullified. The hatchery is a "free energy" design.


The "falling head weight" with in the oval water pipe coil then is impaling the drive hydraulic impeller, number 76, to then cause the drive line assemblies high speed water pump to then rotate at 50 times the r.p.m. rate causing fluid suction within the confinement of the connecting flow pipe. This "pulls" the" head weight" of water from within the oval coil pipe, to then cause a rotational  "run away effect" generating electricity. The produced electricity then is able to be "re-introduced" to the system to stabilize all the vessels power requirements and motive functions.


The produced water pressure then is directed via pipe system to also allow for the vessel constant cleaning while the system maintains it's operating water level via the "on board" de-humidification system. The vessel can discharge cold air unto the surface of the pond / lake to reduce the water evaporation rate.




* Note -  The generated electrical current (electricity) then is governed by the system control electronics and able to then be applied

              back to the system electric drive motor to cause increased availability of electricity to then allow the design system function at

              levels required.


* Note - all electrical components connect to the system's main logic electronic processing system (computer) to then operate within

             their normal parameters.


* Note - all flow pipes are electrically grounded to a plasma box (artificial electrical ground - electrically insulated to control any

             static electricity produced from the mass of material (water in motion), to "de-energize" the system flow pipes support frames

             and or hull of the vessel - electrical components are electrically insulated form the frames by non electrically conductive

             rubber bushings mounts.


* Note - high speed components then in safety shock casing to prevent projectile hazard from high speed components failure due

             to manufacturing defect.


* Note - fish food "seeding" culture (plankton / other) then from within the H.V.A.C. control room in special mechanism also containing bio

             gas venting system (vents to the exterior of the hull). The system allows for air injection (vacuum pump , number 19's discharge

             that also feeds dual cylinder water drive plankton growth coil with flow cycle switching block that implements electric solenoids

             to control the flow for the two plankton safe water pumping system. The feed also injects into number 30's top (toroid) to feed the

             hatchlings.


* Note - the "printed" plastic "ribs" that compose the hull are then sonic welded together to cause the system to be able to float. The

             internal components are already produced within the market place and using existing components greatly reduces the cost

             of construction. Flotation foam is then injected into and unused hollow cavitation to cause the system buoyancy  even if

             water inundated. Final hull coating then a water repellent polymer that can withstand extreme temperature gradient.


* Note - the vacuum pump, number 19's pneumatic exhaust is then directed to the grow coil's cylinder water pump system to move the

              water with the grow coil under the acrylic dome.



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