Design Desk Inc.
Fuel Less Street Lamp
The following fuel less street lamp design is then operating on a vacuum differentiation generator cycle ( air pressure cycle). As pressure seeks equilibrium so to does vacuum. The flow of vacuum seeking equilibrium can also produce electricity with the flow system. The flow then being caused to rotate generating assemblies.
Due to our current infrastructure being able to be affected by solar coronal mass ejections ( C.M.E. / solar flare), then producing high electrical inductance in electrical wiring damaging utility scale electrical transformers... an additional "back up" shielded distributed electrical power generation system is a wise investment. After reviewing the situation some have said up to two years of repair to restore the utility grid should a large C.M.E. occur. These fuel less street lamps then incorporating an inductance cage to route the electromagnetic pulse ( E.M.P.) around the sensitive internal components of the lamp. The design produces excess electricity able to be routed to a dwelling.
The system reaches high rates of rotation implementing a compound vacuum draft acceleration flow cycle. The design system will be useful in providing electrical power to heat the roadway and or sidewalks, to reduce the snow / ice removal cost . If the system is applied in addition to a water pump system the low laying areas that become flood inundated then have remote independent power availability to force pump water for safety... The cycle will also work upon a pressure differentiation system with higher air pressure in number 21 then traveling to lower air pressure (vacuum), in number 23.
1. vacuum flex hose (connects to the manual foot actuated air / vacuum air pump)
2. pressure flex hose (connects to the manual foot actuated air / vacuum air pump)
3. lamp pole
4. flex hose to metal flow pipe compression fitting pipe coupling
5. access panel hinge
6. pressure actuated valve positional control system ("Start" sequence valve actuation)
7. vacuum actuated valve position (causes lower vacuum levels in the dual vacuum retainer vacuum tank system) contains all stop valve
setting actuated by electric solenoid. The electric solenoid also acting as a system "throttle" positioned via the system speed
sensor / revolutions per minute sensor ( r.p.m. sensor ) to then adjust the valve to the "run cycle" position then pulling vacuum from
number 23 once the inertia is attained
8. tension coil spring limits the vacuum valve, number 9
9. multi flow path control valve "run" position attained by velocity of vacuum draft
10. vacuum flow pipe
11. hinged access panel handle
12. pneumatic impeller
13. air filter assembly
14. pneumatic impeller
15. environmental temperature sensor (used to cause the lamp "head" to heat to prevent icing via the electric resistor heating
elements number 27)
16. ribbon wire multi wire "bus" connector - incorporates a wire feed diagnostics wire with power (electricity out feed receptacle) / system
unit fault indicator to the service port, number 41.
17. high speed ratio gear set sealed lubrication ratio of 1:10, with the high side of the ratio then tandem rotating to unit number
55 ( mechanical and electromagnetic clutch... via the connecting drive shaft supported by sealed bearing races. The ratio gear set's
input rotation then from number 14 with the clutch unit , number 55 then tandem rotating to the large sprocket, number 34.
18. vacuum level sensor
19. dual port vacuum pipe coupling
20. "run" cycle vacuum pipe coupling
21. low vacuum vacuum tank and or air pressure tank
22. ultra low vacuum side vacuum pipe to vacuum tank coupling with vacuum level sensor "system run" vacuum port once inertia has
23. ultra low vacuum side vacuum tank to pull air pressure from number 21 or pull vacuum from number 21
24. vacuum pipe coupling "pull port" vacuum intake
25. systems control electronics inserts into power bars ( +/= and electrical ground), "rail bus" electricity conductors contains
positive, negative and electrical ground rails. Contains cooling fans to vent internal to "cool" the electronics and system electrical
power management circuits
26. casing electrical inductance control unit electrical ground (in addition but separate from the power system's electrical ground casing
27. electric heating element (electric resistor heating element), also prevents internal icing from high velocity low pressure vacuum flow
28. electrical power management system "unit" contains voltage regulators - circuit controlled potentiometers to adjust the resistance in
the generator also with a circuit controlled potentiometer to cause system all stop actuating open flow in the dampener valve, number 54 in
tandem with electrical current use to the electric resistor heating element to cause system "baug". This increases the rotational drag of the
system causing it to slow down if and when a fault is detected as a safety measure. Contains cooling fans to vent internal to "cool" the
electronics and system electrical power management circuits.
29. high speed centrifugal air compressor (vacuum pump)
30. brush less electricity generator - inverse or standard Stator - field coil / armature alignment "may" use inductance pick up "wheel" to
then increase the spinning units "armature" current levels by inductance - contains permanent magnet "magneto" to energize the field coil
of the generator number 30 . Magneto to generator circuit contains voltage regulator.
31. drive chain and sprocket system lubrication encasement (non electrically conductive non flammable lubrication)
32. small sprocket (receiving sprocket)
33. heated external lamp housing contains electrical inductance "cage" to control any stray electromagnetic pulse
from solar c.m.e. coronal mass ejection - protects internal generator system components from unwanted high voltage due to solar flare).
The lamp casing acts as a "shock casing" to prevent projectile hazard due to high speed components manufacturing defects. Components of
34. large sprocket (drive sprocket)
35. internal lamp reflector (convex reflector to spread the light outward)
36. lamp bulb
37. lamp external housing light actuation sensor (causes the environmental lumen level to turn the lamp on or off )
38. lamp "head"
39. flexible "hollow" lamp support (contains the pressure and vacuum flex hose internally)
40. lamp pole
41. manual foot pump access port
42. lamp pole mount base
43. piston type air / vacuum pump
44. safety vacuum or air pressure level safety valve "pop" up valves to not be able to over pressurize or cause excessive system vacuum
45. air pump vacuum pump foot decompression lever
46. vacuum or air pressure selection valve
47. dual tank mounting plates joins two separate vacuum tanks
48. lamp head assembly mounting bolt (bolt system then quadrant array with the sum of four bolts securing the lamp head assembly)
49. lamp head "cup" mounting cup
50. lamp pole electrical grounding
51. drive chain encasement lubrication dip stick with oil level indication indent upon the dip stick (access from the top of the lamp casing
contains all weather gasket to prevent water inundation into the lamp head)
52. magneto (also operates as a P.M. electric motor), r.p.m. sensor and electromagnetic clutch assembly (armature of the magneto /
electric motor tandem rotating with number 12's internal pneumatic impeller), and system rate of rotation R.P.M. sensor (revolutions per
minute sensor), system speed regulation, via information from the r.p.m. sensor, as a speed regulator with the assistance of the
"governing" system electronic circuits.
The multi wire clip then connecting, to number 28, to control the speed of the electric motor, to "control" the electromagnetic clutch's
current intensity and report the r.p.m. rate, allowing for the electric motor's current level to be adjusted via electronic circuit referencing
the r.p.m. rate of rotation by circuit controlled potentiometer /circuit controlled variable resistor. The electromagnetic clutch, in the assembly,
allows for "drive line" break point in the force equation to "allow" for controlled rate gain speed as a safety feature.
The level of electrical current directed to the electromagnetic clutch placed between the armature of the magneto and the drive shaft
tandem from number 17. The electromagnetic clutch is then adjusted by the system electronic logic processing system referencing
the r.p.m. sensor. The "magneto then producing electricity upon the start of vacuum flow to then energize the drive line electromagnet clutch
that completes the drive line cycle. The electromagnetic clutch allows for system speed control.
One half of the electromagnetic clutch is tandem rotating to the magneto's armature and the other half of the motor / magneto is then
tandem rotating to the connecting drive shaft to number 17. The electromagnetic clutch then with the assistance of a mechanical clutch that
disengages by high speed rotation allowing the electromagnetic clutch to continue the drive line once sufficient electrical current levels
have been attained.
The natural position of the said mechanical clutch then in the engaged position at rest. The clutch assemblies then between the sprocket
and drive shaft connecting to the pneumatic impeller, number 14 so that the sprocket and drive chain system rotate the
generator, number 30 at "start up".
System speed regulation also attained by increasing the electricity level to the Stator / field coil, in number 30, increasing the resistance due
to traversing magnetic fields. This produces increased levels of electricity to power the design's functions. The electric motor then using a
percentile of generated electrical current to "sustain" system rotation or may act as an electromagnetic drag breaking system.
The electromagnetic break feature then is also used when the system is instructed to shut down for servicing via ribbon
wire "multi wire bus" clip at the service port number 41. The breaking function the increasing the system drag by shutting off the current
and allowing the magnetic field interference to slow the system. The electric motor then a magneto used in motor function. A magneto is
a permanent magnet generator.
53. drive chain (1:4 sprocket ratio gear incline)
54. vacuum tank balance flow pipe and vacuum dampener valve (the preset vacuum dampener valve to maintain the flow cycle and safe
levels of vacuum in each vacuum tank - the connecting flow pipe is bi-directional via dampener valve)
55. mechanical clutch and electromagnetic clutch (mechanical clutch engaged in the natural position disengages under high velocity with
weighted throw out - (electromagnetic clutch allows for drive line "slippage" to control final speed of the mechanism as a safety feature)
* Note - system flow pipes are electrically grounded to prevent electrical shock hazard and are electrically insulated upon the exterior surface
* Note - system rotating components are supported by sealed lubricated bearing races so that preform their function as intended
The above design system is a fuel less street lamp also then providing distributed electrical power generation. The operator then manually incurs the vacuum start level then actuates the generator in service by the manual air pressure feed via foot pedal compressor causing air pressure or vacuum to seek it's equilibrium with lower vacuum causing generator system rotation producing electricity for the lamp head. The operator then will depress the foot pump with the valve selector positioned to incur pressure or vacuum in number 21 until the "set" air pressure or vacuum level then causes the valve number 9, to change position to then incur deeper vacuum in number 23, until the "deep operating vacuum level" is attained as indicated by the safety valves upon number 44.
The the operator changes the valve position, number 46, to incur air pressure within the "start" unit number 6. Unit number 6, then causes the valve to "open" to draft vacuum to the deep vacuum tank causing system rotation producing electricity in assistance with a compound incline gear system (circular r.p.m. incline equation), aided by the ratio gear set electrifying the street lamp if the lumen sensor determines it required. The low pressure transiting to lower pressure producing a "vacuum draft effect" then causes the pneumatic impeller to rotate.
If 50 lbs. (lbs = pounds) of air pressure or vacuum is incurred in number 21 and 150 lbs. of vacuum is incurred in number 23, the "differentiation" then is 200 lbs and will seek equilibrium through the flow pipe system. When the valve number is actuated during the "start" cycle the vacuum transits causing rotation of number 12 in tandem with the drive chain and sprocket system. The vacuum pump, number 29, then rotating at 50 r.p.m. moving the air pressure or negative pressure to lower negative pressure faster than the displacement rate of flow.
The connected drive chain and sprocket system then incurring a 1:4 ration with the vacuum pump moving at four times the velocity rate causing the pneumatic impeller, number 14 to cause the 1:10 ratio gear set, number 17, to increase rotation of the drive chain and sprocket system then it's 50x4 (input rotation of the 1:10 ratio gear set number 17), yielding the vacuum pump number 29, at 200 r.p.m. (draft effect)... this "pulls" the velocity increase across the preceding pneumatic impeller number 14, causing the tandem rotating input side of the ratio gear set (number 17) to then cause 2000 r.p.m. upon the output rotation tandem with the large sprocket effecting the small sprocket via drive chain.
The flow cycle is a "draft tilt" mechanism. A circular thrust equation with the work potential (air pressure / vacuum levels), used but not dissipated. The output rotation is tandem rotating with the large sprocket causing the receiving sprocket inclined rate of rotation accelerating the generator producing more electrical current able to be applied back to the system electric drive motor, number 52.
The force equation then repeating regulated by magnetic resistance that yields electricity via the connected generator number 30. The rate compound effect is inclined until sufficient levels of rotation cause the system's inertia to produce the required torque to rotate the generator system, in system "run mode" the valve number 9, is then positioned to "pull" from the deep vacuum, vacuum tank, number 23. To avoid excessive vacuum levels number 54 then acts as a safety regulator mechanism allowing vacuum levels to remain within the material selection parameter of the vacuum tanks composition.
The control and "baug" of the generator then balanced "regulated" by the system's electrical "re-introduction circuit" directing a percentile of generated electrical current, produced in the generator, back to the system's electric drive motor, number 52.
System flow pipes are electrically grounded to prevent an electrical shock hazard and are electrically insulated. The generator system's
frame / mounting base is mounted upon non electrically conductive rubber bushings...
The ratio gear set then incurs a "run away effect" tendency to then be balanced by the magnetic field resistance encountered when traversing magnetic fields are in motion yielding usable levels of electrical current. The service port excess electrical out put then may be used to heat the sidewalks... removing the ice / snow removal problem. The design may also be used to heat the roadway itself or pump storm water from the flooded road...
The system may be useful in emergency situations to then aid in natural disaster recovery by providing electrical power for medical equipment, water purification, communications, power for air conditioning or electricity to heat domiciles should the utility electricity grid fail.