Design Desk Inc.

Climate Change Mitigation Technology

Oil Hydraulic Cycle



The following design system is a syphon effect "core rise tower that will pull up a column of non flammable, non electrically conductive hydraulic oil ( silicone oil) to then cause constant oil flow using gravity as a motivator with electrical compoundment ( reintroduction of generated electrical current ) to then provide Utility scale fuel less high density High Voltage electrical power production.


The core rise tower then is jacked up by hydraulic pistons and locked into place to pull the oil under the "riser" in a column upward by suction. The lower concrete oil tank then has within it an oil intake and is where the syphon is incurred. The "start" electric oil pump ( also containing the control valve). The riser then has a "falling head weight" ( "falling head weight" = internal oil pulled downward by gravity), and pulls the oil upward  post hydraulic impeller into perpetual cycle with usable fluid force to cause electricity production at high voltage levels. The riser "height" is then 80% of the total height of the oil tank depth / oil tank height distance..... The riser  then also contains rim landing "feet" to cause stable base... vertical guide wheels may be inserted upon the inner surface of the oil tank to assist in stable guidance of the riser...


The system may scale  and may contain multiple generating / syphon units........

The system is best if within a E.M.P. shield enclosure to prevent the system from inductance from stellar  phenom. Domes are great for the application...

This will also protect the primary electricity transformers.


The "riser" is then an inverted tank / cylinder with solid top surface in the depicted position with an open base.

The concrete tank then resembles a swimming pool containing filtration for the oil and an insert to prevent debris such as leaf and rain / snow ice  from entering the oil reservoir. The "riser" tank then causing high suction and uses a "falling head weight" ( internal oil), to cause perpetual flow of fluid by suction and syphon feeding the hydraulic impeller from the larger oil tank to the intake of the hydraulic impeller then within the "drive line" of the main generator assembly.


The system may use the http://www.designdeskinc.com/water-cycle-generator.html

to start the system... The depiction below is depicted in the collapsed position... the riser then to be jacked up before the system use...

































Since the hose within this system use high negative pressure wound structural reinforcement will be use to retain the hose diameter's integrity. The return hose to the riser then of slightly greater diameter than the syphon hose from the oil tank. This will ensure greater control of fluid flow within the system.


The design system may include oil filtration and controlled drainage system to then clean and or change the silicone oil....


The riser support system then also a polar array ( upon each hydraulic piston cup jack arm)..... ie. the total assembly repeats each arm with a hydraulic pressure feed and return  additional port upon the hydraulic pump for the hydraulic piston system. This is done to then allow one pump to operate multiple piston for excessively large systems with scores of pistons....... 



The total height of the system then determined by the implementation... ( ie. total electrical output requirement) to then be able to produce enough "falling head weight" to cause rotation of the main generators hydraulic impeller along with electrical velocity advancement via re-introduction of the produced electricity then fed via circuit to the electric drive motor upon the main generator's assembly.


The oil intake then within the oil tank at about 4' ( four feet ) above the top of the generator assembly hydraulic impeller ( regard less of the system height ), to then produce a natural syphon  so that the flow resistance is nullified within the oil flow intake system. To understand the system better think of a syringe with the total surface of the oil within the "riser" then the plunger within the syringe being pulled down by gravity causing fluid flow then, with the intake of oil keeping, remaining at constant height keeping the oil level continually constant producing constant flow from the oil tank syphon....


Effectively this design system is a "Gravity Drive" for a sustained power plant to produce electricity at high voltage Utility scale levels.


A with any vertical confinement of fluid the exterior of the systems facility ie. the out laying area .. ) then will be able to mote capture the possible discharge of oil should the system fail ... also then able to mitigate the system from flood inundation capturing the flood water then pumping it off location so that the power plant is not encumbered. A mote with high capacity pumping is a good idea....