Ocean Surface Cooler ( copyright cc "open source" free to use make build! )

The following  "free energy" design system is intended to cool the ocean's surface to reduce the formation of high storm. The design implements a high volume displacement freeze system to chill large volumes of environmental air to reduce the scale of hurricane  / typhoon. The system also may be modified to oxygenate "dead zones" that have occurred due to environmental pollution using plant life to "cycle" out contaminate prior to the restoration of marinas or fisheries. The design system used as an emergency generator negates the need for fuel and avoids the carbon monoxide (CO), emission problem.

Parts List

1. small pulley

2. hydraulic fluid impeller

3. electricity generator with internal voltage regulation and permanent magnet Magneto (explosion proof

    inert "sealed" Nobel gas fill)

4. large pulley 12" dia.

5. large pulley 12" dia.

6. tension pulley (coil spring retention to increase drive belt tension).

7. drive electric motor (explosion proof  inert "sealed" Nobel gas fill)

8. over pressure / max pressure safety valve vents over pressure(vents pneumatic over pressure)

9. pressure rated pipe cap (2" dia. pipe)

10. hydraulic fluid vent compression coupling

11. 2" dia. pipe union

12. valve pipe segment

13. pressure rated compression coupling

14. one way valve

15, pneumatic one way valve

16. rain barrel / pickle barrel - pressure rated fiber glass cloth wrap to cause operational rated internal pressure

17. control valve (hydraulic fluid pressure) in "run" mode allows for oil pressure to the 2" oil pressure pipe and to the

      hydraulic impeller ( 2 port "on" ) in the "off" position blocks oil pressure both ways.

18. pipe "tee" union compression coupling

19. end pipe compression coupling

20. high pressure hydraulic fluid pipe

21. high speed hydraulic fluid pump (incurs the "hydraulic draft effect of a pressurized fluid - yields speed

      incline) air pump combined unit - air pump used to oxygenate the water at depth via weighted hose upon electric

      reel wench system

22. small pulley

23. hydraulic fluid "system" max speed / speed limiter fluid inlet dampener valve

24. drive belt

25. pneumatic max pressure safety vent valve

26. electrical junction "box" (safety circuit breaker) system logic electronic control circuit - contains battery and battery

      recharging system for remote system "re-start" then electrifying the system electric drive motor and other system components.

27. electric drive motor control "box"

28. high pressure hydraulic fluid pipe

29. wire safety pipe cap safety retainer

30. r.p.m. (revolutions per minute) sensor (speed sensor)

31. high pressure oil pipe

32. system electrical ground

33. "clean out" 90 degree "elbow pipe"

34. 2" dia. pipe

35. maritime beacon lamp - distress call strobe lamp external all weather waterproof switch

36. beacon mast - communications antenna top ring and porous air intake for the super cooler thermal cold exchange

      system (air side) acts like an air filter. The mast then like a sponge allowing for air intake

37. buoy structural frame with at float ring height tow electromagnets to then "tow" other buoy for servicing if required.

38. buoy frame - electric water jet propulsion - climbing mooring hoops

39. refrigeration "bay" contains high volume cold air displacement air super cooler the refrigeration super cooler condenser

      then mounted in the generator "bay" to slightly heat the interior. The interior is large enough to accommodate a human

      then serving as a rescue buoy. The cold air discharge blower chamber then a separate compartment.

40. buoy sub water line frame

41. buoy base weight to cause the buoy to self rectify

42. electrical production system "bay" contains heated weather suit (plugs into external power port and life preserver

      float vest). CO2 (carbon dioxide) monitor / alarm and water tight door vents manually and automatically operated door

      vent implements electric blower for quick internal air exchange when the CO2 monitor causes alarm.

43. system shut down electrically actuated control valve - "does not" completely close preventing fluid lock using a coil spring

      retained valve tumbler for gradual reduction of hydraulic fluid flow - valve default position coil spring re-tension solenoid

      non energized causes valve tumbler to the almost "closed" position then pulling fluid from the 2" dia. pipe at number 19.

      When the system is in the  "run" mode the solenoid is energized positioning the valve tumbler to the full "open" position

      allowing the fluid to be pulled from the hydraulic impeller's hydraulic fluid discharge.

      When shutting the system down there will be a variable reduction of fluid flow allowed from the hydraulic

      impeller upon the valve tumbled for smooth slowing incurred by the mechanical coil spring within the valve until the

      valve tumbler is in the position to allow almost closed from the hydraulic impeller and full hydraulic fluid "pull" from

      number 19.  This prevents fluid  "lock"

44. electronic circuit controlled variable resistor / potentiometer electric drive motor control


The design will remain in the correct position for operation weighted so that if the system flips over it will self rectify by the weight of the base". Cold air displacement is then determined by system scale.  A percentile of generated electricity is then regulated and electrifies the system drive motor and other vessel components.  Many of these buoy placed correctly will cool the ocean's surface to reduce hurricanes. The generator system components are then mounted to rigid steel frame suitable for the maritime environment for the stable functioning of the design. Outer "hull" encasement is water tight then composed of uva uvb resistant low temperature bright orange plastic.

The system then using a super cooler with encased thermal (cold) air exchange system that then transfers the cold from the evaporator to an air pre-chill "radiator" like air flow system that will be mounted vertically about the circumference of the "rain barrel" between the outer orange casing with 270 degrees upon the circumference.

The "exchange chamber" is insulated and vacuum tight to avoid liquid condensate. The air flow side of the super cooler exchange unit is equipped with electric resistance heater to prevent environmental humidity causing water ice within the exchange unit. The heater operates upon a timed circuit referencing environmental humidity.

Material selection a critical factor as the thermal variance then must with stand the thermal fatigue.  Air intake then from a porous communications antenna hollow pole also acting as a wild life safety screen. The pole then with additional safety "cage" to prevent wild life from getting to close to the air intake. The pole cage then at sufficient distance to prevent birds injury from the suction of the pole.

The 60 degrees remaining then for manual entry door and life vest store upon the water tight hinged door. The thermal suit then also with safety harness and lock strap to then secure the bio-suit to the mooring hoops upon the structural frame.

The blower fans, in the "air chamber head unit",  (sum of eight abut 360 degrees), then are driven by brush less electric motor dual fan compound blowers with gear incline unit to cause increasing acceleration with a propeller fan then acting as a draft impeller driving the gear incline low side, yielding high volume air displacement. The "air chamber head unit" then able to be submerged water safe. The cold air exchange system then weather sealed / waterproof and electrically grounded.

System "Start" Sequence

The design is filled with hydraulic fluid via the one way valve number 15 with metered measured volume to fill the barrel to the correct level. Depending upon the scale of the design the volume will vary.

Valve number 17 is then placed manually in the "open" position with a push button air decompression valve depressed upon the connection pipe upper pipe cap, number 8, until hydraulic fluid discharges from the valve by the act of pneumatically pressurizing the "barrel" via the one way valve upon the barrel number 15.

Once the hydraulic fluid comes from the pipe valve number 8 the push button is released and valve number 17 is placed in the closed position. The barrel is then filled with higher air pressure until the max pressure pressure relief valve actuates ( safety valve 25 ) indication "system operational pneumatic pressure".

The system control setting for  "run" are the switched to the "on" position and valve number 17 is then opened allowing oil pressure to impale the hydraulic draft impeller causing system rotation. The hydraulic pump then rotating at greater speed will then cause system rotational advance by hydraulic "suction". The electric motor circuit is then activated deriving electrical current from the battery causing system rotation. The fluid discharge from the hydraulic impeller is then of sufficient oil pressure to cause the valve number 43 to open. The oil pump then is aiding in the "opening of the coil spring retained valve by high fluid suction.

Number 23 regulates system "hydraulic speed" by by-passing the draft impeller under high suction and number 43 is the "shut down" coil spring electric solenoid actuated valve.  Number 43 non energized will then return to the "almost closed position" pulling hydraulic fluid from number 19 by-passing the hydraulic impeller causing the system to slow.  A percentile of fluid from the hydraulic draft impeller will be allowed to travel to the hydraulic fluid pump simultaneously and will be reducing by the mechanical coil spring when switching the valve's function. The solenoid  positions the valve (number 43) to "fluid draft effect" when electrified. The valves natural position is the default to cause system stop when the solenoid is not energized. Generator drag produced from traversing magnetic fields the will also gradually slow the system down.

The electric speed incline system then causes "stable" run speed by electrifying the electric drive motor with electricity derived  from the generator magneto component, referencing the r.p.m. sensor to position the electronic circuit controlled potentiometer to adjust the electricity level. The total system other functions then regulated by the logic electronics referencing other required sensors.... ie weather / relative humidity / air temperature / barometric pressure  etc....

If used on land for agricultural field cooling environmental humidity evaporation will reverse direction if the field is surrounded by landscaping cloth fence with the buoy upon tower of height.

The design may have application reducing fog in fog prone environments for maritime safety or roads if heated roads are then used in tandem.

The design then using a non-electrically conductive non-flammable hydraulic fluid oil ( silicone oil), that is suitable for the weather service conditions. Flow pipes electrically grounded to control inductance produced from fluid motion.


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