Climate Change Mitigation Technology

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Hydraulic Draft Cycle


The Hydraulic Draft Cycle is a fuel less generator system that will provide cost effective high density High Voltage electricity 24/7/365.


















































Description;

     The following generator system is a "hydraulic draft cycle" that will produce overunity electricity... ( ie. fuel less high density electricity )

     The generator system also does not require a  storage battery to begin its cycle.

      Rather then the system starts by the displacement of stored pneumatic pressure ... then producing electricity via a pneumatic impeller connected to a gear set and subsequent permanent magnetic dynamo , yielding Dc ( direct current ) in number 13.

     The actuation valves then activated by manually changing the position of the "start" valves

numbers 15 and 17.

     Connected to the base of number 14 the air pressure will vent through a tube into valve number 15 and continue pressure will continue through the tube traveling on and entering the pneumatic impeller system then driving the rotational amplification gear set and dynamo then attached and rotating in tandem with the high side of the gear system.

     The produced Dc current is then inverted via power inverter to Ac ( alternating current ) and regulated by voltage regulator and with the current level intensity then controlled by / variable resistor , potentiometer then fed to the electric motor number 4.

     The electric motor then motivating the hydraulic pump , number 5 at given rate of "to start"  at 100 R.P.M.

     This then drafts the the pneumatically pressurized silicone oil, ( non flammable non electrically conductive

oil ) at the circumference distance of the hydraulic pumps compression "wheel" across the ratio gear set's internal hydraulic impeller and base ( the 1 ) of the ratio gear set , number 6 at 1:10 ratio with hydraulic impeller internal then counteracting the resistance from the ratio gear set by fluid flow.

     This cancels the resistance of rotational amplification of the gear set... ( as the fluid is under  pneumatic "pressure" ).

     The  distance of circumference of  the oil pump ( number 7 ) is also then in the same time interval then pulled / drafted across number 7 then being the based or low end of the ratio gear set at 1: 10 amplification. think of a syringe.

     So that the pump then rotating at 100 R.P.M.,  then pulls the fluid distance across the

impeller , number 7...  ,then causing an increase in rotation plus the magnetic pressure  ( applied in a forward advancing fashion, ( ie advancing "start point of magnetic pressure at fixed columb / current levels ) still being applied to the electric motor , number 4 due to the air pressure discharge. The system then causing a compounding "tilt" in rate incline . The air pressure discharge system's electricity production is then switched to then being derived from a percentile of the generator, number 3.

     So the velocity in number 4 and number 3 then becomes as follows ;


1.  Manual release of pneumatic pressure through number 13 then... Number 4 to 100 R.P.M. powered

     by pneumatic displacement generating electricity in 13..motivating also the hydraulic pump ( number 5 )

     at 100 rpm.

2. Causes fluid rate drafted across number 7at circumference distance across the base / low end of the

    1:10 ratio gear set causing 1000 R.P.M. in numbers 3 and 4.   *( Magnetic resistance in the high voltage

    generator then counteracted upon by the base pneumatic pressurization. resistance from generating zeros

    out ie. cancel out ). Cycle will continue to climb in rotational rate then governed by the R.P.M. sensor

    and the valve number 17 , that then restricts the volume of oil flow... it's a run away effect...


3. Percentile of produced electricity in number 3 then reintroduced to the electric drive motor number 4

    to cause system incline and yields a forward magnetic pressurization and rate increase to compensate

    for the loading upon the generator number 3. Electricity re- introduction level is also variable ( may

    increase or decrease according to the loading upon the generator , number 3).

4. This yields an increased stable "power ban" that can drive addition applications like a forward electric

    motor for transportation.

5. The initial pneumatic displacement is then recovered by the electric air compressor cycle, number 12

    to then aging bring the combined component pressure storage tank back to the pneumatic "start"

    pressure requirement . To then prepare for the next system re "start".

*  ( The system yields unlimited range electric cars and trucks that do not required batteries making the

    electric car then feasible for mass implementation with on demand service  provided ( ie. no additional

    infrastructure required to charge electric cars. )

* The system will work for heavy equipment and farm tractors too.

* Also good for clean  water harvest from salt water via distillation...









































Parts List

1. Hydraulic impeller

2.  R.P.M. sensor ( revolutions per minute )

3. High Voltage Generator with magneto

4. Electric motor

5. Hydraulic pump

6.  1:10 ratio gear set with internal hydraulic impeller tandem with the high side of rotation ( high side

     rotation then tandem rotating with , number 5 )

7. Hydraulic impeller

8. Combined component pressure storage tank ( silicone oil and pneumatic pressure )

9. Pressure rated oil fill screw cap with oil level dip stick

10. One way flow valve

11. Air compressor air filter air intake

12. Electric motor driven air compressor

13. Pneumatic impeller connected to gear set  rotating a dynamo generator

14. Pneumatic over pressure safety valve with outlet coupling ( safety valve prevents over pressurization

      of the pressure storage tank  ( also also contains fault sensor / reports to the logic electronics to cause the
      system to go to safety mode )

15. Pneumatic "Start" valve  ( electric and manual cord / cable actuation  )

16. Pressure flow tube

17. Oil flow valve ( electric and manual actuation by cord / cable )

18. Pneumatic pressure sensor ( reports to the logic control electronics assist in systems safe operation )

19. Wire " bus" multi wire "ribbon" connector ( instrument cluster gauges / on - off / sensor display )

20. Electronics "bay" circuits for systems operation

21. Main High Voltage out put wire "bus" connectors

22. Wire "bus" multi wire sensor port connector




















































The following  system may be applied for an aquatic propulsion system.  Ever need a gas station in the Ocean?



Parts List

1. Pneumatic compressor  ( may be piston type compressor with electric clutch)

2.  R.P.M. sensor ( revolutions per minute )

3. High Voltage Generator with magneto

4. Electric motor

5. Hydraulic pump

6.  1:10 ratio gear set with internal hydraulic impeller tandem with the high side of rotation ( high side


     rotation then tandem rotating with , number 5 )

7. Hydraulic impeller

8. Combined component pressure storage tank ( silicone oil and pneumatic pressure )

9. Pressure rated oil fill screw cap with oil level dip stick

10. One way flow valve

11. Air compressor air filter air intake

12. Electric motor driven air compressor

13. Pneumatic impeller connected to gear set  rotating a dynamo generator

14. Pneumatic over pressure safety valve with outlet coupling ( safety valve prevents over pressurization


      of the pressure storage tank  ( also also contains fault sensor / reports to the logic electronics to cause the
      system to go to safety mode )

15. Pneumatic "Start" valve  ( electric and manual cord / cable actuation  )

16. Pressure flow tube

17. Oil flow valve ( electric and manual actuation by cord / cable )

18. Pneumatic pressure sensor ( reports to the logic control electronics assist in systems safe operation )

19. Wire " bus" multi wire "ribbon" connector ( instrument cluster gauges / on - off / sensor display )

20. Electronics "bay" circuits for systems operation

21. Main High Voltage out put wire "bus" connectors

22. Wire "bus" multi wire sensor port connector









For the design directly below ;


Parts List

1. Pneumatic compressor ( piston type air compressor or centrifugal type air compressor )

2.  R.P.M. sensor ( revolutions per minute )

3. High Voltage Generator with magneto

4. Electric motor

5. Hydraulic pump

6.  1:10 ratio gear set with internal hydraulic impeller tandem with the high side of rotation

     ( high side rotation then tandem rotating with , number 5 )

7. Hydraulic impeller

8. Combined component pressure storage tank ( silicone oil and pneumatic pressure )

9. Pressure rated oil fill screw cap with oil level dip stick

10. One way flow valve

11. Air compressor air filter air intake

12. Electric motor driven air compressor

13. Pneumatic impeller connected to gear set  rotating a dynamo generator

14. Pneumatic over pressure safety valve with outlet coupling ( safety valve prevents over pressurization

     of the pressure storage tank  ( also also contains fault sensor / reports to the logic electronics to cause the
      system to go to safety mode )

15. Pneumatic "Start" valve  ( electric and manual cord / cable actuation  )

16. Pressure flow tube

17. Oil flow valve ( electric and manual actuation by cord / cable )

18. Pneumatic pressure sensor ( reports to the logic control electronics assist in systems safe operation )

19. Wire " bus" multi wire "ribbon" connector  ( instrument cluster gauges / on - off / sensor display )

20. Electronics "bay" circuits for systems operation

21. Main High Voltage out put wire "bus" connectors

22. Wire "bus" multi wire sensor port connector

23. Air filter "air intake"







For the design directly below....













































Parts List

1. Pneumatic compressor( piston type air compressor or centrifugal type air compressor )
2.  R.P.M. sensor ( revolutions per minute )
3. High Voltage Generator with magneto
4. Electric motor with tandem internal pneumatic impeller ( assist in "start up" rotation )
5. Hydraulic pump
6.  1:10 ratio gear set with internal hydraulic impeller tandem with the high side of rotation

    ( high side rotation then tandem rotating with , number 5 )
7. Hydraulic impeller
8. Combined component pressure storage tank ( silicone oil and pneumatic pressure )
9. Pressure rated oil fill screw cap with oil level dip stick
10. One way flow valve
11. Air compressor air filter air intake
12. Electric motor driven air compressor
13. Pneumatic impeller connected to gear set  rotating a dynamo generator
14. Pneumatic over pressure safety valve with outlet coupling ( safety valve  prevents over pressurization of the pressure storage tank  ( also also contains fault sensor / reports to the
      logic  electronics to cause the  system to go to safety mode )
15. Pneumatic "Start" valve  ( electric and manual cord / cable actuation  )
16. Pressure flow tube
17. Oil flow valve ( electric and manual actuation by cord / cable )
18. Pneumatic pressure sensor ( reports to the logic control electronics assist in systems safe operation )
19. Wire " bus" multi wire "ribbon" connector  ( instrument cluster gauges / on - off / sensor display )
20. Electronics "bay" circuits for systems operation
21. Main High Voltage out put wire "bus" connectors
22. Wire "bus" multi wire sensor port connector
23. Air filter "air intake"
24. Air filter air exhaust
25. 12v Alternator
26. Wire "bus" ribbon  multi wire connector ( connects to number 26 then attached to the logic processing circuit board )  and electricity current management system
      electronics. Low tension generation for automotive lamps horn etc..






































* Note - for zero gravity situations the hydraulic system will then be mounted upon a centrifuge.. to cause the silicone oil to then be thrown out ward to cause correct function in the
          system then not causing air flow

 bubbles in the pump.... Multiple generator systems may then also be upon the centrifuge "wheel" mounting system.