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Author Topic: Deriving useful energy from sea waves  (Read 8731 times)

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Deriving useful energy from sea waves
« on: November 12, 2006, 10:53:32 PM »
Ocean / Sea wave energy converter system patents (over 350 patents)

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Re: Deriving useful energy from sea waves
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2016, 08:05:58 PM »
You could have a ball which magnetically-levitates inside a  hollow-donut( the donut having an oval cross-section ),  and the ball should only be free to travel in one direction,  probably by using  v-gates inside the donut.

  The hollow-donut would float on top of the sea-waves .

(  So any movement by the sea-waves should cause the ball to travel inside the hollow-donut, faster and faster,  eventually,  it would either,  behave like a gyroscope,  or,  the centrifugal force would be stronger than the magnets on the surface of the ball, and cause it to physically touch the inner surface of the  hollow-donut, in which case it would cease to function  )

The ball could be the ball I designed below :