Compression Seat Bicycle
The following bicycle design uses the weight of the rider to compress pneumatic pressure atop hydraulic fluid to then be directed via flow pipe to the bicycle's rear wheel to then provide hydraulic fluid pressure to rotate the rear wheel.
The advanced bicycle design is superior to existing electric bicycles because it does not require a battery to rotate the wheels and provides a greater range of pedal assist once in motion. The head lamp assembly system does contain a small rechargeable battery to keep the lights on when not in motion. The battery charger located in the head lamp assembly will also accommodate a cell phone charger powered by the front wheel dynamo.
The pressurized fluid drive system also provides for high speed travel as the flow cycle is a pressurized hydraulic draft accelerator with an electricity producing mechanical system for lighting horn and cell phone charging.
The applied gear set assembly containing numbers 19, 20, and 30 cause a "hydraulic draft of a pressurized fluid" causing an increase in the pressure available for the rear wheel hydraulic impeller. Number 19 causes number 30 to increase it's rotation speed and with the ratio gear set, number 20 then becomes a speed increase run away effect. The "run away effect" is then governed by the divergence valve, number 21, to "regulate" the speed incline of the hydraulic fluid. Number 21 also contains a fluid lock coil spring depressed dampener valve to allow the gradual reduction of oil to number 24 when the hand grip throttle is in the oil flow full by-pass position.
The hydraulic draft effect explained as ... once a pressurized oil impales a hydraulic impeller that rotates a ratio gear set (1:4 ratio) the output rotation then at four times the rotational velocity. In physics you can not "stretch" a fluid in a confined flow pipe .. this causes the oil pump , number 19 to "draft" / pull fluid ( oil ) across the preceding hydraulic fluid impeller at the increased flow rate causing the "hydraulic fluid impeller" to increase it's rotation producing more rotation for the hydraulic pump upon the opposite side of the ratio gear set yielding total system incline rate of rotation. This works due to the "work potential" in the air pressure in the bottle effectively being "cycled" but not dissipated.
The pressurized oil ( hydraulic fluid) flow system then containing two oil flow pipes between components to prevent fluid lock or unwanted throttle reactivity. This is attained by the full "bottle" fluid pressure passing directly from the rider's seat "hydraulic fluid pressure bottle" to number21, traveling to 24 via the hand grip "throttle upon one of the flow pipes. Number 19, 21 and number 30 mount the fluid lock safety pipe but the oil is not directed to the fore said components but rather used as mounting to deliver full bottle pressure to number 24 passing through the anti lock dampener valve in number 21.
The advanced bicycle design then deals with unwanted electrical inductance (static electricity electrical charge) within the voltage regulator mounted upon the bicycle frame, number 15.
1. 12v head lamp
2. head lamp / tail lamp on/ off switch - contains 12v battery
3. oil flow shut off switch valve closes oil off at the "pressure bottle", number 10, so that no oil is exiting the
pneumatically pressurized air pressure oil / hydraulic fluid (oil), pressure bottle
4. hand grip "throttle" valve assembly - The assembly has two cable connections to the system's flow valves
and three hydraulic fluid coupling. One hydraulic fluid coupling is a high incline rate increase. One hydraulic
fluid coupling is the oil feed flow the fluid exhaust is the send to the rear wheel hydraulic impeller. The "throttle"
valve tumbler valve allows the maximum position to incorporate both inflow oil feed to increase the velocity
of the out flow oil.
5. hand grip "twisty" throttle dual flat spring to then zero point "no oil flow" valve position
6. compression seat (vertical travel) sitting upon the seat depresses the air pressure within the "bottle" via
pneumatic piston assembly yielding greater oil pressure available for the hydraulic impeller and high speed
hydraulic pump system.
8. pedal crank sprocket
9. front drive chain "de-railer"
10. dual component pressure bottle (pneumatic piston system causing hydraulic "pressure")
12. drive chain
13. rear wheel drive chain "de-railer"
14. front fork shock absorption system
15. electrical system voltage regulator (electrically insulated from the bicycle frame)
16. bicycle frame
18. air fill valve
19. hydraulic pump (motivated by the high rotational output side of the 1:4 ratio gear set)
20. 1:4 ratio gear set (input rotation tandem with the hydraulic impeller number 30 - high velocity output
rotation tandem with the internal hydraulic fluid pump wheel number 19)
21. oil flow "by-pass" valve positioned by sheathed steel cable that is operated by the twisting hand
grip "throttle" that when it's natural position causes the oil flow from valve, number 21 to by-pass the high
speed hydraulic pump, number 19. This allows the system to slow... The valve is coil spring retained to
the oil flow by-pass position. the flow switch valve also contains the anti fluid lock coil spring dampener valve
that allows oil pressure from the "bottle" to feed the inlet side of the dampener valve that will travel through
the anti fluid lock pipe to the rear wheel hydraulic impeller, number 24. The dampener valve will close by coil
spring pressure to slowly reduce the oil flow when the hand grip "throttle" is returned to the zero ( number 21
valve oil by-pass) position.
22. bike rack / oil reservoir
23. seat tail lamp (red)
24. hydraulic impeller system motivated the rear wheel of the bicycle - oil flow "return" ie.. from
number 24 "to" number 9, contains a one way oil flow valve toward number 9
25. rear wheel hydraulic impeller max pressure / over pressure safety valve directs over pressure to the
compression "bottle" number 10
26. rear wheel sprocket system rotates the rear tire - rear "hub" contains "free spin" hub and hub reverse pedal breaking break
27. pivot / hinge mount for the compression "bottle" number 10
28. expansion coil spring
29. pipe compression fitting
30. hydraulic fluid impeller internal "wheel" tandem rotating with the input rotation of the 1:4 ratio gear set
31. speedometer - handle bar display gauge
32. front wheel disk break (rear break hub breaking by pedal reverse direction pedaling)
33. front wheel disk break calipers (hydraulic pressure lever left side hand grip)
34. right side hand grip
35. front tire
36. rear tire
37. speedometer dial gaugeilluminated
38. rear drive chain "de-railer"
39. front drive chain "de-railer"
40. sheathed speedometer cable
41. manual air compression (piston type) kick pump - fills the dual component pressure bottle containing oil
42. telescoping seat twist lock - allows the seat "stalk" to then be raised and lowered to accommodate different
43. seat "travel" guide bar
44. rear kick stand base
45. kick stand (wider at the "top" to cause a wide base trapezoid when lowered to better support the
46. kick stand locking flat spring locking ratchet
47. lowering foot peg
48. rear kick stand lever "release and crank up lever
49. manual kick pump retracting coil spring used to stow the air pump kick lever
50. forward sprocket drive chain "de-railer"
51. front break assembly sheathed break cable
52. rear kick stand foot peg red reflector
53. seat "tilt" locking lever
54. electric audio horn button
55. front wheel dynamo a Dc direct current electricity generator of electricity 12v
56. hydraulic fluid pressure divergence valve coil spring retainer - positions the divergence valve
number 21 in the flow by-pass position to control the bicycles "hydraulic draft effect"
57. acceleration valve coil spring retainer
58. hydraulic fluid pressure "start cycle" valve variable flow by level of the connecting cable then adjusted
by the flat spring retained hand grip "throttle"
59. front wheel dynamo connecting electrical wire junction box mounted to the front forks
60. rider's seat coil spring "shock absorption" mounting assembly
61. rear bike rack oil tank screw cap
62. in line oil filter
63. air pressure hose stow hose of sufficient length to then allow the kick air compression pump to reach
the bicycle's tires also to be used to fill the dual component pressure bottle
Letter "A" = sheathed valve control cable upon the oil exhaust port upon number 10
Letter "B" = over pressure oil return tube (pressure rated hose) causes the hand throttle valve internal valve
to close in increment without changing the position of the "throttle hand grip"
Letter "C" = oil pressure flow tube / pipe from the high speed oil pump
Letter "D" = oil pressure feed "to" rear wheel hydraulic impeller
Letter "E" = over pressure safety flow pipe refill the "pressure bottle"
Letter "F" = oil return flow pipe - main flow pipe discharge oil from the rear wheel impeller
Letter "G" = oil flow by-pass flow pipe
Note - the valves and oil flow tubes / pipes then, are as to not cause fluid lock .... the rear hydraulic wheel impeller
is then in the same fashion. This provides smoother operation and a greater range of safety.
Note - valve number 21 works in tandem with the level of hand throttle "twist" from number 5 - greater twist
causes higher oil flow
Note - the oil flow tubes / pipes.... then may be dual channel to allow for correct smooth operation ie... the "idle" flow
tube - prevents fluid lock" and the acceleration flow tube channel allowing for system acceleration by
accelerated fluid (oil) pressure
Note - the handle bars are depicted off set in "reality" they are equal distant in a "normal manor"
Note - valves numbers 58 and 21 work in tandem via the throttle cables letter "A".
Note - with an additional generator and chain drive system one could power a home with the bicycle if the
power fails with a bag of cat litter or other weight upon the riders seat. (sealed inert gas type
external generators to prevent low level ozone formation)
Note - electric lamp turn signal system (optional)
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