Design Desk Inc.
Indoor Emergency Generator
Following please find a "fuel less" Indoor Emergency Generator that operates upon pneumatically pressurized non flammable silicone oil ( non flammable hydraulic fluid).
Every year many lose electrical service during inclement weather and in some cases the service is critical to support medical devices. The power outages also cause loss of air conditioning heating or refrigeration causing unnecessary expense to recover the food storage.
The design is a product that will be able to plug into the house wiring to "electrify" the home's circuitry with the main power at the circuit breaker junction box turned off (required if the Utility current from the utility company has been interrupted due to high storm or other weather advent).
1. wall mount bar tab locking hinge
2. wall mount bar thumb lever - positions the lock tab retaining the unit safely to the wall
3. 30 amp 120v Ac circuit breaker
4. wall mount lock tab
5. unit mounting slide rod
6. slide rod "stop" rod retainer (maximum travel retainer)
7. unit mounting metal slide rod
8. slide rod end nut
9. hand grip ratchet (winds coil spring to "start" / stores mechanical potential energy in a coil spring allowing for system "start" rotation)
10. audio speaker / fault audio alarm
11. red / green lamp used in the start sequence (after winding the hand crank the "start " button is depressed and the lamp, number 11
will light red until the lock out solenoid, number 59, has indicated locked out causing the green lamp to become illuminated at which time
the "start" button, number 17, is safe to release). The lamp will light green after the lock out solenoids ( number 70 and number 59 have
12. screw retainer
13. oil (hydraulic fluid) valve selector
14. casing slide rod channel
15. 120v Ac 30 amp circuit breaker casing encasement protrusion
16. red / green lamp and audio casing encasement protrusion
17. mechanical torque (ratchet release) "start button" causes the hand crank, number 9, to lock from the drive line assembly, via number 54,
for hand grip safety. Number 17, also then, when depressed, unlocks the opposite end of the coil spring gear system causing drive
18. starter assembly with inertia storage "mass weight" and mechanical clutch with "throw out" engagement clutch surfaces
19. screened air intake (system cooling air flow intake)
20. unit control electronics - electronics control "bay" contains "tilt" shut off safety switch
21. torque receiving gear (encased - graphite lubrication)
22. voltage regulator with cooling "ribs" cooling "fins"
23. wall plug (electrifies the house wiring in advent of power outage requires house utility power feed off when used )
24. main Magneto (permanent magnet) electrical generator drive hydraulic impeller
25. max pressure "over pressure" hydraulic fluid pressure safety valve - vents over pressure tot he dual component pressure and hydraulic
fluid ( oil ) holding tank
26. fluid compression venturi causes slightly lower pressure by compound adhesion and increased fluid discharge to return to the dual
component pressure holding tank, number 37
27. one way flow valve
28. receptacle (120v Ac - other)
29. dual component pneumatic pressure and hydraulic fluid "bay" slide door
30. dual component pressure pressure tank access door
31. dual component pressure tank access door lift tab
32. high voltage Magneto ( an Ac - alternating current electricity generator) dual shaft - internal R.P.M. sensor
(revolutions per minute sensor) reports to the system's logic control circuits to adjust and maintain correct system rate of rotation
33. system cooling fan
34. oil return pipe
35. pressurized oil "send" pipe
36. unit "base" air filter
37. combined component pressure storage tank contains air pressure and hydraulic fluid
38. hydraulic fluid "draft" impeller and large gear assembly
39. oil flow pipe
40. divergence foil flow valve - regulation valve - natural position open flow to number 43.. when energized the divergence valve then causes
oil flow at variable volume level to number 44 to then cause adhesion flow pumping in the venturi , number 26
41. regulation valve control solenoid (internal coil spring retaining the valve to the split equal flow position)
42. 2 pin wire connector connects to the circuit board in number 20
43. high speed hydraulic fluid flow pump and small receiving gear that inter-meshes with the large gear upon the hydraulic fluid draft impeller
44. hydraulic impeller (dual shaft) internal oil flow by pass channel actuated by electric solenoid
45. mechanical clutch with coil spring retained clutch "throw out"
46. mass wheel and R.P.M. sensor - for system inertia - fly wheel energy storage - r.p.m. sensor reports to system speed control circuits
in the system's electronic logic processing unit, number 20
47. electric motor causes speed advancement in number 43 when the drive line is at sufficient rotation also able to be used as a
drag "baug" break to cause resistance to balance the system speed in a controlled fashion
48. multi-wire bus clip - electric motor electricity feed
49. drive gear (encased)
50. voltage regulator cooling fin
51. flow pipe "tee" pipe fitting
52. wall plug rubber cap - covers the plug if not in use for the house wiring
53. start unit slide frame mounting and guide bracket
54. hand crank disengage cable so that when decompressing the stored torque in the coil spring the hand crank will not turn - locked,
The internal mechanical gear will lock to then allow the coil spring torque transference to rotate the drive line,
containing number 64, decompressing the coil spring correctly
55. sheathed able mounting bracket
56. coil spring retention for the "start" button "frame"
57. hinge lever
59. gear lock bar and lock out solenoid causes "safe to release" start button ( number 17 ), when the lamp number 11 turns green
62. drive shaft retainer "start" torque coil spring assembly
63. drive shaft retainer
64. mass weight cylinder
65. drive gear
66. drive shaft "roller guide"
67. drive shaft "roller guide"
68. mechanical clutch with "weighted" throw out" engagement
69. clutch throw out coil spring retained to the disengaged position
70. solenoid "break" lock out
71. hand grip ratchet system (used to twist the coil spring to produce mechanical torque to rotate the system - start cycle)
72. access door travel distance
73. air filter "grid"
74. filter vent horizontal vent
75. on / off switch (controls the mapping system logic electronics circuits)
76. wall mount bracket (accepts the slide rods locking clamp)
Letter "A" connects to letter "A"
Letter "B" connects to letter "B"
Letter "C" connects to letter "C"
Letter "D" is the small ( 1") receiving gear and the high speed hydraulic pump
Letter "E" is the large (2.5") drive gear and hydraulic impeller assembly
Letter "F' connects to letter "F"
* Note - the hydraulic pump and hydraulic impeller will hold the same volume of oil
The above design system is a fuel less emergency generator that is designed for safe indoor operation. A percentile of generated electrical current is directed back to the system's components ie... valve control solenoids, system sensors, and electric motors, to "control" and regulate the system within safe operating parameters. The system is "primed" before starting filling the dual component oil and air pressure storage tanks with the operating levels.
The system uses sealed electrical motors and generators to prevent inadvertent ozone formation produced by exposed wires within the motors or generators. The system is electrically grounded including the oil flow pipes to prevent unwanted electrical inductance produced from moving fluid or magnetic inductance producing an electrical shock hazard.
This design system is a "draft accelerator" then being a pneumatically pressurized oil draft system ie... an impeller preceding a hydraulic fluid pump causing the attached gear system to produce a "tilt" in direction and speed implements hydraulic fluid suction to cause acceleration. The hydraulic fluid in confinement is then returning the oil to confinement under pressure faster than it's initial fluid displacement. The reintroduction of electricity to then induce magnetic pressure, in the electric motor, is applied to cause the system a speed incline yielding levels of excess usable electricity. The system air pressure is then the working potential that is used but not dissipated - The "work potential" is "cycled" work potential without the level of "work potential" being dissipated. Within the dual component pressure tank, number 37, the air pressure causes oil pressure.
Due to the phase / "state" of matter the system is able to function. Hydraulic fluid acts like a solid and the pneumatic (air) pressure flexes. This system nullifies the resistance encountered when generating electricity by the "retained" pneumatic pressure then counteracting the mechanical resistance produced when using an inclined gear ratio and the magnetic field resistance produced when generating electricity. The air pressure operating density, P.S.I. (pounds per square inch) then is slightly greater then the total system resistance.
Due to the nature, of "physics", considering the hydraulic impeller and pump alignment system, rate of rotation advancement is then attained due to the physical properties of the fluid (oil). The system is able to maintain inclined speed. Fluid in the confinement of a rigid oil flow pipe does not "stretch" so an advancing "tilt" is produced by pump speed pulling pressurized oil across the preceding hydraulic impeller. The mechanical resistance then "counter tilted" by the oil pressure traversing across number 44 allowing a greater "hydraulic draft" / "fluid suction effect".
The system "tilt" then is carried into high velocity rotation by the system's electricity re-introduction circuit, ie... "the generated current, in part, is control "re-directed" back to the system's electric motor to "increase" the total speed of the system to then yield excess usable levels of electrical current able to then be applied to external application". The system logic board electronic control circuits will maintain correct valve positions and will adjust the system variable resistor to control the electricity re-introduction circuit producing stable idle. The design system then can be made to produce higher voltage output levels for ( 240v Ac ) for other house hold appliances.