Design Desk Inc.

Geoengineering - Climate Change Mitigation

Oceanic Cold Tube ( An Oceanic Surface Cooling Buoy)

The following design system then is a  design to lower the surface temperature of the ocean thus reducing oceanic humidity up take that leads to large hurricanes.

The design is a fuel less buoy that uses air liquefaction to then cause the decompression of air to drop environmental temperatures. The system may also be use full in search and rescue attempts or as an emergency "drop" in place if large ship disaster occurs. The cold air tube then when in use extends by pneumatic piston assembly to give a greater inertia in the top cold air discharge to then cause air flow "adhesion" pumping to coil the super cold air out flow mixing with the environmental air.

Parts List

1. transmitter antenna

2. lamp "beacon"

3. receiver antenna

4. lightning suppression system keeps the vessel hull safe from lighting strikes

5. cold side refrigeration - refrigeration evaporator

6. mounting bracket

7. transonic impeller - a propeller that is driven by air flow

8. 20:1 ratio gear set  the "20" of the ratio gear set then tandem rotating to the transonic air compression

    motor, number 7 with permanent magnetic about the circumference of the air compression

    blower  / compressor - contains internal electric motor upon the high side of the ratio gear set to then cause

    the launch point of magnetic pressure to then ride atop the ratio gear set's rate of rotation as determined

    by the transonic electric motor, number 10. 

9. water tight flex weather rubber boot sum of six "rubber boot  "blocks" with inner surface that allows the

    cold air discharge tube to rise. The flex boot then in six sections to allow for the pneumatic piston's top plate

    to water seal the chamber. The pneumatic piston's knuckle union to then rise with in a "box" that has a box

    plate top lid at flex boot union.

10. transonic electric motor - rotational

11. pneumatic impeller centrifugal type impeller  - to "assist" in the electric transonic blower system start rotation

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

13. system logic electronics relay  - ribbon wire loom wire "bus" port

14. air intake vents - when the tube is pneumatically extended the vents are then exposed to the open air to

      allow for good weather cooling of the system  - when high storm is being encountered the pneumatic

      extension tube the retracts

15. air intake

16. air compressor air intake filter and filter housing

17. air compressor head

18. drive chain lubrication  "oil fill" screw cap with dip stick oil level indicator

19. air compression gear set  / transfer case - differential ans drive system for the refrigeration

      system compressor

20. differential / planetary gear system - torque transference gear set

21. refrigeration refrigerant compressor ( contains magnetic clutch - allows for slippage )

22. refrigeration master switch block electric switching

23. pneumatic piston ( causes the cold air discharge tube to rise - *note the internal mechanisms within

      the system stay stationary  mounted upon a rigid metal structural frame... only the casing of the rise

      tower moves.....)

24. high voltage generator and magneto assembly internal voltage regulator

25. over pressure max pressure flow pipe safety valve with controlled over pressure discharge pipe

26. pneumatic impeller

27. drive chain and sprocket system encased - non flammable lubrication oil non electrically

      conductive lubrication

28. multi wire "ribbon" wire "bus" clip wire connector

29. hydraulic oil pump ( high speed pump ) incurs the "hydraulic draft effect"

30. ratio gear set at 1:20 with the "20" of the gear set then tandem rotating with the hydraulic oil pump number 29

31. electric motor ( dual shaft type) electric motor rotational out put also rotating the "input side of the ratio

      gear set , number 29

32. hydraulic impeller

33. oil flow directional valve dual direction discharge - single flow inflow

34. valve control solenoid

35. one way valve

36. pneumatic over pressure max pressure over pressure safety valve contains one way pneumatic

      fill valve for initial or "manual start system- manual pneumatic hand pump in the medical kit stow

      valve number 42 and number 33 also then have manual pull cable to start the cycle.

37. pneumatic ( air ) pressure zone within the dual component pressure storage pressure tank, number 90

38. oil  ( hydraulic ) within the dual component pressure storage pressure tank, number 90

39. compression coupling / pipe fitting

40. compression coupling / pipe fitting

41. pressure tank carriage

42. electric positioning oil flow dampener "restriction valve" control oil flow

43. air rise tube base bushing "rubber" bushing foot circumference of the tube lands on frame acts as

      an electrical insulator

44. rise tube landing carriage circular to "dock" the rise tube

45. electric valve - pneumatic piston over pressure sensor - vents over pressure and indicates when

      the cold air rise tube is fully extended causing the logic processor to position the air pressure valve in

      an "off" position

46. air compression fitting and bi-direction electric valve switches to decompress the piston or fill the piston

47. refrigeration condenser

48. air compressor system for the polar array of the 6  equal distant pneumatic rise pistons about

      the circumference of the rise "tower"

49. rise piston air compressor electric drive motor

50. multi port flow control valve - flow cycle electric positioning by solenoid  "signal" from logic processor

51. air compressor and water inundation pump control electronics (water proof  encasement)

52. water inundation flood pump

53. water inundation flood pump

54. flood pump water inundation pump float pump actuation ballast float switch assembly

55. water inundation flood pump water exhaust flow pipe

56. one way valve

57. water exhaust fitting and flow pipe

58. water discharge  "tip" also a one way flow valve

59. air pressure "bottle" electrically grounded  - used to fill the six pneumatic pistons to cause the

      cold air discharge  "rise" tower to rise

60. pneumatic flow control valve for the six pneumatic pistons - electric actuation

61. planetary gear system

62. electric motor ( dual shaft type) tandem rotating with the connected components upon the planetary

      gear system and the drive chain and sprocket system

63. oil flow "tap" ( oil drain valve ) safety lock setting upon the oil tap

64. system access panel

65. system access panel

66. water jet propulsion system  two "banks" / two sets" of two electric water jet water propulsion

67. storage / galley / lavatory

68. outer door "hinge"

69. internal H.V.A.C. system (heating , ventilation and air conditioning system)

70. vessel control panel / "helm"

71. medical kit

72. water tight door with door window

73. outer door door handle

74. access ladder

75. foot landing

76. mooring hoop / lift hoop  mounting carries total vessel load weight ( external hull ) multiple sum

      of 12 about 360 degrees

77. quarters

78. rigid float foam water float foam that is water proof

79. water line

80. door

81. rough sea safety strap in chair - under seat helmet

82. restraint safety straps

83. harness strap

84. mooring hinge

85. exterior hand grip sum of 12 about 360 degrees

86. door retention spring assist the door to open

87. door pull down strap

88. lightning suppression system "wire halo"

89. "roof" door egress water tight - exterior surface P.V. ( photovoltaic  "Solar panel- charges small

       rechargeable battery bank that also keeps the communication "hot" / active allowing for remote

       actuation of the system and system initial remote "start up" post safety sequence safety

       check - camera "internal and exterior " motion sensor's internal ( hidden alarm)

90. dual component pressure storage tank

91. port window water tight

92. propulsion water intake side mount  "both sides of the vessel then by flow baffle

      restriction "plate" causes port or stern vessel vector (wild life screen)

93. electric position water intake flow baffle - vessel "steering" system by flow restriction

94. water pressure manifold

95. hull entry slat water intake ports

96. water pressure manifolds the water jet "banks then merge into one vector discharge then

      venting / discharging center aft

97. slat water pressure vector discharge fixed

98. super cooler /air  liquefaction production discharge vent - caused thermal differentiation cold air

      atmospheric pumping to increase the cold air effect

99. air liquefaction air intake snorkel - contains solenoid air intake water proof valve with "tilt" ballast switch

      to "close" the valve if the buoy becomes inverted... this prevents water inundation also air intake for

      number 15 external tube air intake manifold so that  when the rise tube is extended the air intake is still

      in fixed position

* Note -  the appearance the viewed from the to would the be in the shape of an Octagon with rounded

              flat surface corners

* Note - all electric components connect tot he power management electricity "feed" and the system's logic

             control circuit board that will correctly govern the design system

* Note - the rise tube also produces water tight seal when extended by the pneumatic pistons

* Note - by the rise tower's height venting cold air the ocean's surface is chilled. The falling cold air

             impaling the super cold air liquefaction (decompression (N2) horizontally) produces turbulence acting

             as an ambient air (at outdoor temperature) air pump by adhesion.

             The rise towers cold air has mass with directional inertia and displaces, by compression, the super

             cold air causing "air curl" turbulence. The air curl then pulls in environmental air laterally by

             adhesion causing a flow pump with low velocity speed that eventually covers great span /area and

             lowers ocean surface temperature. Additional force air blower system may be added to amplify

             the "ambient air" flow cycle adhesion pumping cycle. This will then allow the cooling effect to cover

             greater area.

             The turbulence will then cause the mixing of  environmental air to, by flow adhesion, cause

             lateral intake of air causing the temperature difference to then act as a pump itself !!!!


             This increases the total range of the cooling effect upon the oceans surface to reduce

              humidity "up take" that causes hurricanes and typhoons. There other factors  included in placement

             and use of the design system such as prevailing winds, environmental temperature, relative humidity,

             barometric pressure and of course ocean surface temperature . All parameters for correct operation

             have corresponding sensor system to extrapolate the required information for correct operation.

            Autonomous functioning of the design system then attained by satellite or ship communication.

             The "adhesion air pump" ( environmental pump effect ),  flow by temperature adhesion then

             to cause lateral  intake of environmental air. A dry run computer model of the effect with multiple

             units actuated at once may be done to better understand the true effects in the hurricane

             mitigation technique

* Note - material selection of the constituent components then to fulfill the temperature extreme and

             environmental exposure to weather and sun light to give longevity to the design system. The system

             then also having impact resistance due to the internal structural "frame" of the buoy. The system is

             also insulated for temperature by the flotation rigid foam.

             * Caution! in flow dynamic not to cause vertical sinking column of air!

* Note - May be used in tandem with