Geoengineering - Climate Change Mitigation

Design Desk Inc.

Backpack / Camping Generator

The "Backpack / Camping Generator" is an advancement in cold weather gear. The design also then containing an Arctic weather inflatable tent upon the back pack expandable sub frame that acts as the bed base also able to hinge to then be positioned as a recliner chair.

Parts List

1. mounting bracket inverted cup

2. coupling inverted cup

3. one way vacuum valve

4. hydraulic piston mounting bolt

5. inverted cup travel distance

6. vacuum  "chamber"

7. inverted cup ( cylinder with one end open )

8. travel coil tube

9. electric vacuum pump and manual interface ratchet gear to motivate the hydraulic piston by hand pump lever

10.  electric and manual valve roller wheel actuation (manual and electric "All stop" safety position circuit)

       closed when "jacking" the "riser pistons" the initial opening of the valve by electric signal rolling the

       wheel opening the valve- a speed position regulator valve....

11. over pressure (max pressure) safety valve - vents over pressure to the travel coil to cause

      oil ( silicone oil / hydraulic fluid) acceleration by adhesion

12. pneumatic ( vacuum ) and  hydraulic impeller

13. 1: 50 ratio gear set input side tandem rotating with the hydraulic impeller number 12 , out put rotation

      tandem rotating with the R.P.M. ( revolutions per minute sensor ) number 14 and armature of the

      electric motor  within , number 16 and subsequent components upon the drive line ie... numbers 17 and 18.

      The unit also contains an electromagnetic clutch to then "adjust system speed by magnetism".

     The final ratio gear set out put , the electromagnetic clutch allows for slippage and is also deactivated when

      the r.p.m. sensor  has determined, by the logic board's electronic circuits that the "all stop" function

      is necessary. Upon the "start" of the system the 1/2 of the electromagnetic clutch that will rotate by vacuum

      is also then a dynamo providing the electricity to the electromagnetic clutch so that the high side of the

      ratio gear set begins to rotate.

      The circumference dynamo then also energizing the second 1/2 of the

      said drive line electromagnetic clutch. - secondary wiring circuit then by electrical re-introduction of

      electricity post main generator, number  17 to both sides of the electromagnetic clutch.

14. R.P.M. sensor (hall effect)

15. union bolt plate

16. electric motor

17. high speed hydraulic pump

18.  electricity generator ( Ac  { alternating current } and or Dc { direct current } may contain Magneto

       permanent magnet electricity generator.

19.  Hydraulic "rise" piston flow direction valve allows for expansion of the  "jacking piston" or  "decompression"

       of the hydraulic piston

20. Magneto  and voltage regulator ( energizes the field coil of the generator number 18 and circuit by wire
      to the system electronics also allowing the "re-introduction" of generated electricity to then be routed via,
      wire to the electric drive motor, number 16.

21. all weather receptacle panel 120v Ac and 12v Dc

22. "Riser piston" oil reservoir

23. oil flow coupling

24. hand pump oil cylinder ( the manual  "hand" pump expands a hydraulic piston to the increase the flow

      and pressure by slightly larger diameter piston moving more oil- contains oil piston rings to then

      pressurize the oil

25. hand pump lever

26.  hand pump selection switch ( the hand pump operated two piston system one for oil pressure the

       other for vacuum production to then "preset" the  "Start" vacuum tin the vacuum chambers

27. Vacuum decompression fitting  vacuum producing fittings a dual coupling block mounts to the cup

28. oil filter

29. lower " cup" vacuum retaining cylinder rings

30. oil tube fitting

31. oil flow pipe

32. oil exhaust tube

33. one way vacuum valve

34. vacuum tube

35. vacuum decompression tube

36. rigid flow pipe

37. rigid flow pipe

38. start vacuum chamber (pre hydraulic "riser" piston vacuum chamber expansion)

39. system control instrumentation panel weather safer water proof on off r.p.m. display voltage regulator

      for final out put electricity mounted upon the interior. The off switch dis engages the e.m. clutch in the ratio

      gear set and automatically adjust the potentiometer/ variable resistor  that controls the

      electricity re-introduction of electrical current to the drive electric motor , number 16this function is

     also automatic should the electronics determine that the " all stop" function is required due to run away effect...

40. hydraulic  "riser" manual pump piston

41. "riser" piston rod

42. ratchet gear manual hand pump and vacuum pump electric motor tandem

43. "riser piston" assembly sum of three total

44. manual level vacuum pump to "pre-set " the vacuum negative pressure in the vacuum chamber prior

      to the system "start up"

45. up right " cup" contains oil and upon the outer circumference are the vacuum retaining  cylinder

      rings" to then cause vacuum when the "riser pistons" are expanded

46. weather cover ( translucent ) plastic switch cap / cover magnetic interrupt - so that the the cover is closed

      to allow the system to run - a safety feature also causes all stop of the system if the lid is opened when

      the system is running

47. electric vacuum level meter - reports to the system electronics circuits to then assist in the

      system's speed control

48. Arctic inflatable tent " tent support  "flex rod - fiber glass sum of two upon both sides of the center tent union

49. Arctic inflatable tent center locking fastener

50. Arctic inflatable tent " tent support  "flex rod - fiber glass sum of two upon both sides of the center tent union

51. Arctic inflatable tent " tent support  "flex rod - fiber glass sum of two upon both sides of the center tent union

52. cloth screen and rain flap vent

53. Arctic inflatable tent center locking fastener

54. Arctic inflatable tent center locking fastener

55. dual side Arctic inflatable tent center locking fastener

56. one way inflation one way valve inflates the side air chamber in the one person Arctic tent

57. air circulation unit with electric resistance heater, electric motor and blower fan screened air intake

Letters labeled as

"A" - Water Bottle recess "stow space for the generator - generator

"B" - Snow shoes insert also acts as the top half of the cot / bed

"C" - hinge up frame

"D" - locking multi positional pivot hinge

"E" -

"F" - bed roll insulation mat

"G" -

h - shoulder strap sum of two both sides

i-  Arctic tent stow bags sum of two each side

j - hip rest padding

k - strap

l - fastener

m - tool pouch

n - shoulder strap lamps

o - cross pattern sewing upon the  "hip belt" to then increase the strength of the belt

p - clasp with hook

q - water bottle with recess for generator letter "A"

r - straw

s - water bottle lid with air inlet

t - strap clasp

u - high tension  "netting" synthetic fiber in grid fashion

v - safety lamps

w - heating unit with earth ground electricity spike ( system electrical ground)

x- pouch

y - pouch

z - back pack

a1 - large cushion upon the under side of the shoulder straps

b1- back rest padding

c1 - hip belt - padded sum of two ( the same upon both sides)

d1- inflation tent snaps joins the Arctic tent to the expanded back pack frame

z1-  union buckle joins to letter "T"


The above design system is then intended to provide electrical current ( electricity ) upon a fuel less power source implementing high vacuum and the applied fluid dynamic of pressurized fluid causing acceleration of the generating mechanism ( generator ) the dynamo ( upon the e.m. clutch ) and the magneto.

The start sequence is a simple process... The "pre-set" vacuum level is then incurred by manual hand pump with the pump's selection selector valve positioned to the vacuum setting. The vacuum chamber is in the low position.  the oil flow control valve, number 10 , is then positioned manually to allow no flow at vacuum set prior to starting the sequence. The manual hand pump selector valve is then positioned to the hydraulic selection position and the "riser" hydraulic pistons then cause the vacuum chamber to elongate vertically.

This increases the vacuum chamber negative pressure until the operating vacuum is attained. The valve number 10 is then manually increased with the on switch positioned in the on position upon the control panel , number 39. This will allow the system's electronic circuits to then perform their intended function ie causes the electronics  "hot" when the system electrical production is incurred including the electrical reintroduction circuit.

The system will low idle 10 seconds) until the electronic magnetic interrupt sensor upon the valve control  number 10 has indicated the valve lid has closed. The potentiometer upon number 38 is then adjusted to then control the speed and out put rotation then referencing the system R.P.M. sensor... The electronics then also with different electrical output ratings ( level of watts) will then adjust the e.m. ( electromagnetic clutch ), within the ratio gear set and  and electricity reintroduction level ie.. electricity from the main generator , number 18 to the electric drive

motor number 16.

The Vacuum in the vacuum chamber when the flow control valve is opened will cause the vacuum to then rotate the impeller , number 12  and with the dynamo within the ratio gear set producing electricity for the e.m. clutch cause the hydraulic pump to then rotate pulling hydraulic fluid from the base of the up right cup and cause oil pressure to then impale the hydraulic impeller producing incline compound rotation and create electricity from the tandem rotation drive line.

The high side of the ratio gear set then rotating the armature of the generator and magneto to then produce electricity in tandem with the hydraulic pump. This causes increased vacuum in the vacuum chamber and negative fluid pressure in the travel coil. The over pressure valve , number 11 will then vents the hydraulic fluid over pressure into the travel coil to then incur a suction effect by fluid adhesion and eject the oil into the vacuum chamber producing continual rotation of the generator assembly. The systems electronics govern the total speed of the design for safety then only operating within the intended mechanical parameter.

The backpack will then have two snow shoes upon the hinged  "upper" folding portion (containing the pair of snow shoes),  will be the first to stow when folded. The backpack itself will be mounted via strap to the lower slide out rack to then also be the base of the bed / cot when extended. Letter "W" then is the forced hot air

system (contains duct work air flow encasement), also powered by the generator letter "A". The water bottle letter "Q" counter weights the total system for an ergonomic design and less stress upon the hiker...

The system may be accompanied by a full gas mask that can be a re breather with heat or filtered circulation air pump system for fresh air while wearing a a full face mask in sub freezing conditions...

* Note - The max oil line is the initial full position the return oil then must vent into pneumatic vacuum. The oil will then be at lower operating level once the hydraulic fluid ( silicone oil) has filled the flow line. This design requires oil only ... water must never be used due to static electricity producing mild electrolysis yielding hydrogen.

No battery required!