Fuel Less Electric Utility Truck
Currently Municipalities have serious financial conditions keeping up with certain civic functions like plowing snow. This design may solve the problem by removing the fuel cost associated with snow removal. The following design used as a cargo transport vehicle ( box truck ) will then reduce the expense of fuel associated with long distance travel. The system uses a "non flammable" - "non electrically conductive", hydraulic oil such as "silicone oil" as a "work" transference medium.
1. main electronics mapping logic box - generator control circuits - controls flow valves collects system sensor information to keep the
generator operating within it's safe parameter - contains safety fault circuits to indicate component failure
2. voltage regulator
3. valve control solenoid (start cycle solenoid)
4. manual pull cable " sheathed" pull cable, also controls the valve, number 6
5. manual pull cable "start cycle" sheathed pull cable also controls solenoid valve number 117
6. start valve also function in "run" mode allows for external venting if the valve is positioned in the correct position increases
vacuum level in the oil vacuum tank instigated by the vacuum level sensor and electronics to "maintain" the correct vacuum level
7. pneumatic compressor air pump / also acting as a pneumatic impeller
8. Magneto electricity generator
9. 1:10 ratio gear set (dual shaft) input rotation tandem with the armature of the drive line assemblies electric motor
number 10, out put rotation tandem with the armature of the magneto and the internal "wheel" of the drive line pump / impeller, number 7
10. dual shaft electric motor
11. hydraulic impeller
12. ratio gear set 1:4 ratio - high side tandem rotation with the internal hydraulic pump number 13 - The ratio gear set "contains" an electro-mechanical
magnetic clutch system that is electrifies by system initial produced electrical current. The electromagnetic "slip clutch" is used to fine adjust the
final out put speed of the ratio gear set motivating number 13. The electromagnetic clutch's electrical intensity being governed by the
system's electronics logic control board to produce stable smooth system operation
13. hydraulic pump
14. hydraulic impeller
15. main hydraulic draft impeller
16. brush less electric motor also functions as a speed regulator as a resistance break
17. torque converter automatic gear selection rotational input rotation
18. automatic gear selection transmission - 0.5: 1: through 1:50 ratio with the "fifty" being tandem to the internal hydraulic pump's wheel
in number 21.
19. main electric high voltage generator
20. speed regulation sensor housing revolutions per minute sensor (R.P.M. sensor)
21. main high speed hydraulic pump contains internal fluid bypass flow system to prevent fluid pressure over pressure should mechanical failure
occur if the motivating gear system locks up the excessive fluid pressure will by internal dampener valve "by-pass" the pumps "wheel"
22. automatic gear selection transmission gear selection position assembly with sheathed manual pull cable
23. pneumatic pressure flow pipe
24. internal pressure tank oil level float sensor ("send" unit )
25. pneumatic over pressure safety valve (discharges pneumatic "pressure" only)
26. internal oil tank float sensor assembly maintains correct oil level in the oil / air pressure pressure tank via electronic logic circuits in number 1
27. pneumatic fitting pipe coupling
28. one way flow valve
29. pneumatic pressure pipe
30. oil return coupling and oil filter (high oil velocity flow unrestricted by the filter dampener valve type oil filter)
31. oil drain coupling
32. oil drain coupling
33. internal oil / vacuum tank float assembly
34. internal oil / vacuum tank float assembly
35. vacuum level safety inlet dampener inlet with actuation sensor vacuum level sensor reports to the system logic
processor - mounted upon the top of the vacuum / oil tank
36. over pressure "oil return" coupling
37. oil drain and vacuum /oil tank drain valve assembly - the valve the a variable volume and flow positioning valve to allow for incremental flow
from either intake port upon the valve - the valve "assist" in the oil level balancing system keeping the oil level "height" in both tanks
numbers 91 and 92 at the correct operational level
38. oil return pipe fitting - discharges oil into vacuum - mounted upon the top of the oil / vacuum tank
39. vacuum fitting (vacuum oil tank top mount)
40. lamps sum of four total across the top of the truck cab equally spaced
41. photovoltaic "solar panel"
42. curved wind shield
43. side view mirror
44. front marker lamp and turn signal indicator
45. small high intensity "high beam head lamp"
46. internal rear view mirror
47. steering wheel
48. external wind shield forced air windshield blower bar vent along the base of the entire windshield- causes rain to not
impact the windshield
49. drivers seat (the truck contains two front seats with 5 point harness seat belts)
50. lumbar adjustment system
51. seat slider position lever
52. seat back rest adjustment dial changes the "tilt" of the back rest upon the seat
53. seat mount in slide rack
54. head lamp assembly contains low beam / high beam / and turn signal indicator
55. front disk break assembly then mounted upon the transference gear assembly accessible from the "grill flap"
56. front bumper
57. electric wench (steel cable tow cable system)
58. drive chain rotation transference system sealed lubrication
59. planetary gear system and wheel drive shaft assembly
60. static electricity "artificial electrical ground" - discharges any unwanted static electricity or induced electrical charge - an
electrical shock hazard mitigation system - "de-energizes" the magnetic field insulated electric motor's casing number 63
61. vehicle automotive automatic transmission
62. automotive automatic transmission's torque converter
63. main vehicle electric motor (dual shaft) rated for the service requirement of the vehicle 50Hp through 200 Hp electric motor
64. electric motor non electrically conductive motor mount electrical insulator
65. motor mount plates with through bore mounting bore
66. main drive belt pulley
68. electric actuation mechanical clutch
69. air compressor piston type air compressor a "re-pack" air pump to pressurize the pneumatic / oil pressure tank, number 92 for
system subsequent "re-start". The air compressor is not required to "run" all the time only to maintain the air pressure in the
oil pneumatic pressure pressure tank, number 92
70. air intake air filter
71. power steering hydraulic pump
72. air conditioner compressor
73. electrical ground point
74. power steering pump
75. electrical ground point
76. drive belt
77. planetary gear (causes wheel rotation)
78. hydraulic lowering piston sum of two per track crawler and location of the front wheel assembly strut (strut pivot mounting bracket to
cause perpendicular strut compression) quick strut exchange access panel
79. hydraulic lowering pistons sum of two aft per track - the vehicle is equipped with two independent track crawler systems
80. door handle
82. door hinge
83. steering tilt lever
85. safety lamp side marker
86. rear glass "hatch gate hinge"
87. truck roll bar
88. weather "tent" truck bed cover
89. water collection bottle
90. dehumidifier tent stow lid (uses the photovoltaic solar panel)
91. vacuum and oil retainer tank
92. pneumatic pressure and oil retainer tank
93. in truck bed tent support pole
94. tent pole hinge
95. under truck bed pull out load ramp (locking retainer)
96. rear swing arm coil support spring
97. rear axle leaf springs
98. bumper mount run / reverse and break lamp housings
99. tow hitch
100. break lamp (red)
101. run lamp (red)
102. rear turn lamp (red)
103. truck bed to truck cab chassis flex joint with internal torsion resistance coil springs the system contains hard link "iron bar" tension plates
to only allow limited flex joint travel - upon the exterior of the chassis "rail" joint where the cab chassis and the truck bed chassis meet an
hard "iron bar" with mounting end bore and bushing "bolt mate" to both chassis sections then with rubber bushings that will prevent the "iron bar"
travel. The iron bar has limited travel range restricted by perpendicular welded and bolted iron angle triangular plates upon the chassis rail
( iron bar link travel limiter ). The iron bar containing bushings to prevent the link from damage between the iron bar and travel re-stricter.
104. tread track weather system raises and lowers to climb out of high snow or mud powered rotation of the tread track by both
hub electric motors and hydraulic pressure
105. drum rear breaks
106. dual wheel or single wheel rear tire system
107. rear swing arm
108. chassis rail
109. system relays fuse block location of number 1 - contains vehicle hydraulic pressure valves for the track system number 104
110. drive shaft
111. oil fill cap vacuum rated with gasket and one way valve to cause the initial "start vacuum"
112. pole recess
113. tent stow
115. electromagnetic inductance "cage" controls and shields unwanted electromagnetic interference - protects internal electronics
from environmentally induced electric charge
116. foot pedal "throttle" - potentiometer / variable resistor and vehicle break pedal location
117. "start valve" multi position multi port ( to and from number 7 inflow and exhaust from number 7 exhaust used when filling
number 92 with pressure ) valve may be positioned to fill number 92 with pneumatic pressure from the vacuum tank containing oil
118. vehicle H.V.A.C. system (heating ventilation and air conditioning system, location)
119. current flow direction switch for number 16 to then cause the "brush less" electric motor to act as a n electric motor or as a
slowing resistance break then allowing stable control of the hydraulic draft effect
120. pneumatic pressure sensor
121. "draft control valve assist in vacuum / pressure control and is used to control oil levels within the oil holding tanks numbers 91 and 92
122. main draft dampener valve - restricts oil flow
123. pneumatic coupling pipe fitting
124. hydraulic impeller input rotational torque to the connected gear set number 12
125. "hydraulic draft" by-pass valve - used when shutting the generator system down valve controlled by the logic circuits in unit number 1. The
flow pipe system containing number 125 acts like a system "speed regulator" causing stable "idle" of the generator by reducing the hydraulic
draft effect produced by number 15. the valve will also operate as a safety fault valve then receiving electrical signal to open or close due
to excessive speed of the generator by referencing the revolutions per minute sensor, number 20
126. rubber bumper for the hydraulic piston
Letter "A" - main high voltage power conduit electricity transfer "wires" connects to "A"
Letter "B"- air pressure pipe or flex hose connects to "B"
Letter "C" - forward electric motor automotive transmission drive line power feed connects to "C"
Letter "D" - multi wire "bus" connects system components to the system's logic processing mapping control electronics also
connects the automobiles dashboard components
The above design system is an "active power plant" generator system that provides unlimited electricity production using a "hydraulic draft effect" of "pressurized" fluid, to then, produce electricity allowing the electrification of the forward electric motor and automotive transmission system that moves the vehicle. The air pressure cycles and vacuum is sustained within the system to allow for low cost transport of commodities preventing a transportation collapse due to the advent of Peak Oil avoiding hyper economic inflation and massive economic failures. A correct replacement for the internal combustion automotive engine with superior service. A battery less electric vehicle that never needs charging.
The system generator is started by the pneumatic decompression traversing across number 7 controlled by valve, number 117, with valve number 6 positioned to "open air" vent. The pneumatic impeller, number 7, then producing rotation of the drive assembly containing the magneto that produces the initial electrical current that is then applied to the logic mapping system control electronics that causes the electric hydraulic oil valves numbers 121 and number 122 to open. The pressurized hydraulic oil then vents to the vacuum chamber of the oil vacuum tank, number 91 also causing electrical production in number 19 with the produced electricity then applied to the electromagnetic clutch in number 12. The electromagnetic clutch in number 12 then works in tandem electronically, with the information from the oil level float system's in the air pressure tank / vacuum oil pressure tank, then governed by the electronics logic control circuit board. This maintains the operating oil levels in both oil tank systems.
The oil is pulled from the vacuum tank at the "main line hydraulic draft rate" then to return under pneumatic pressure in pressure tank , number 92 to once again cycle within the system producing electricity. The valves numbers 117 and number 6 then return to their "run" position to then maintain the vacuum level in the oil vacuum tank , number 91. The pneumatic oil pressure tank , number 92, then has the air pressure also maintained by the vehicles forward electric motor assembly by the system's drive belt driven piston type air compressor. The pneumatic over pressure, in number 92 will discharge via pneumatic over pressure safety valve and for the oil vacuum tank (number 91), the max vacuum level is then maintained by the vacuum safety air inlet valve sensor number 35.
The design drafts hydraulic pressure causing incline rates of rotation for a generator assembly then able to also cycle "work potential" without loss of the "work potential". The pressurized oil "returns" to the pressurized dual component oil / air pressure tank faster than it is discharged.
When the design is in "run" mode the fluid "pull" from the oil / vacuum tank then increases the vacuum level by the subtraction of oil from within the tank. The oil then filling the pressurized combined component air pressure and oil pressure tank. The oil is able to return to the tank, number 92, due to the state of matters "phase". The oil acts as a solid and the pneumatic (air) pressure then "flexes" slightly allowing the oil (fluid) to act as a solid refilling the pressure tank, number 92.
The vacuum / oil retainer tank allows for the air pressure to discharge post traversing a pneumatic impeller causing system rotation, to then cycle the potential between vacuum and pressure with hydraulic acceleration as hydraulic fluid in confinement pumped in this fashion causes
a "suction effect" yielding higher rotation for the electricity producing generator system.
The produced electrical current from number 19 is able to be "re-introduced" into the rotation of the generator system by the electrification of number 10 and number 16. This causes a speed incline atop the fluid draft effect then producing higher rotational inertia then able to yield higher rotational torque to increase electricity production. The final rotational adjustment then allows the valve number 125 to open lessening the hydraulic draft effect and in small electrical increases brings number 16 to cause a stable "system idle". The design is "load reactive" so that when the main vehicle's electric
motor, number 63, is accelerating, the generator's electric motor, number 16, also increases it's (magnetic pressure / electrical current level), to produce a "baug" resistant power ban. This allows for continual power on demand. This produces a load reactive "throttle" circuit.
The system is a differentiation system causing motion of pneumatic pressure into negative pressure (vacuum) to then produce rotation. The design implements the state of physics. ie... the "phase" of mass to then also obtain it's objective. Liquid under pressure acts as a solid and when using a preceding hydraulic impeller the hydraulic pump number 21, will cause mechanical rotational advancement by "suction" of the pressurized fluid.
The initial pneumatic pressure that causes oil pressure then counteracts upon the magnetic field resistance produced from the mechanical gear set and traversing magnetic fields in the generator. The design balances it's internal working medium (oil, vacuum, fluid pressure and fluid suction effect), by the design's sensors and electronic logic circuits the in assistance with the electrical reintroduction circuits that cause a percentile of generated electrical current to then be applied back into the system's electric motors to perpetuate rotation and produce continual production of electricity.
The designs high magnetic field systems are magnetically insulated. The system's electric motors are explosion proof sealed gas type electric motors and generators.
The system will produce excess electrical current so electrical regulation equipment must be within the required operational parameter.
The truck may then accommodate a variety of function.. snow plow, food truck, fire truck, ambulance, fifth wheel high way paver etc.....
* Note - the track crawler systems (sum of two tracks crawlers) are mounted to an independent frame to then mount to the vehicles chassis
with a shock dampening system using struts (shock absorption system)
* Note - the front steering system then uses a two hydraulic piston system per wheel with hard link and transfer gear safety system
steering alignment (castor, camber and tow), then attained by the cross bar that stabilized both front wheels providing an
alignment point to correctly "tune" the wheels... the front tie bar then also the "forward" suspension mounting for two
struts (shock absorption and coil support springs).
* Note - between the flow pipe connecting number's 15 and 21 is then a fitting to accommodate an oil flow pipe allowing oil to enter the suction
pipe while the system is instructed / caused to "shut off" also acting as a safety feature to prevent fluid lock. This feature is controlled by an
oil flow valve and causes the "hydraulic draft effect" to slow by allowing oil from the pressure tank number 92 to "by-pass" the main
draft impeller number 15. Number 16's current level can also be increased to cause a slowing effect when shutting the generator system down.
* Note - the system is weather encased and uses sealed inert Noble gas filled type electric motors and generators to prevent the formation of
low level Ozone. The forward electric drive train and generator system are electrically insulated from the chassis of the vehicle and are sealed
for weather. The generator and electric automotive drive train are also monitored for inductance of electricity and de-energized by the
system static electricity control system.
* Note - the design will regulate the vacuum air pressure oil levels and electrical "re-introduction circuit" automatically controlled by the system
main logic electronic circuit board, to cause stable system "idle" then reactive when loading is incurred to produce continual electricity
for "active" electrical power to electrify the vehicles main electric motor. The logic board / mapping electronics will also indicate "fault"
circuit with dashboard lamp warning to indicate that service is required while automatically adjusting the system, should it be required, as
a safety feature.
* Note - the pressurized oil traversing across number 14 and number 15 causes, by rotational torque, the main generator drive line to produce
increased rate of rotation for number 21.
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