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Author Topic: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure  (Read 32977 times)

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Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« on: August 17, 2010, 05:13:10 AM »
Sm0ky2's Technological Comporium:
    Chapter 2: Energy Generation
          Section A: Generators
              Generator 44: Buoyancy Controlled Generator (BCG)
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Notice of Disclosure: Aug. 17, 2010
This device and all of its uses are hereby disclosed freely, and open-source to the general public, all areas of commerce and industry, as well as for governmental, private, and institutional use. This open-source technology can be used free and without restriction, with no patents, or proprietorship of any kind, explicit, implicit or otherwise.

Disclosure of this device, its construction, its function, and its components is hereby fully disclosed, no information is to be withheld by its inventor.
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The Buoyancy Controlled Generator (BCG):

[(device overview) What is the BCG?]
The BCG is a buoyant-based power generation system. A controlled-displacement-bouyancy is implemented to cause motive force in the direction of generation. In this system, power is generated during two of a three-stage cycle. Two types of generation take place;
1) buoyant-generation, 2) gravitational generation

Buoyant Generation: This is power generated by the buoyant force, or upward force caused by buoyancy. ( UP side of the cycle)

Gravitational Generation: This is power generated by the gravitational force. (DOWN side of the cycle)

The 3rd stage of the cycle is the Reload-Stage. where mobile units are reloaded into the buoyancy chamber.
There is also a 'transition' at the top end of the cycle, where the mobile units transition from buoyant to gravitational motivation.

In a cyclic nature, mobile units are transitioned up and down to facilitate power generation.
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How does the BCG work?

The Buoyancy Controlled Generator operates using Buoyancy Units (B-Units), which are modified to ride on a pre-destined track.

The B-unit, its working principal, and its construction are outlined in the next post.

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2010, 05:22:41 AM »
The B-Unit is a paid of concave "saucers", with the ability to flatten out, or bow-upwards in the shape of a 'bowl'.
this motion is controlled by a hydraulic cylinder in the center of the unit. Displacement, caused by the transformation of the saucers, causes the B-Unit to become buoyant in a fluid or Air.

When the hydraulic cylinder actuates, the B-Unit expands, increasing its displacement within the fluid or gas/Air.
When the unit contracts, it decreases its displacement.

This increase & decrease of mass-displacement is designed in such a way that the unit and all associated mass, becomes buoyant and non-buoyant, respectively.


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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2010, 06:00:34 AM »
The BCG consists of two tanks of water: Primary and Secondary.
The Primary tank is where Buoyant-Power-Generation takes place.
The Secondary tank is for the recovery, and reloading of the modified B-units.

The B-Units are modified and/or attached to a housing, allowing them to ride along a track. This track forms a circular path through the verticle-length of the primary and secondary tanks, and through the air-space between the tops of the two tanks.


Drawing 1b:


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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2010, 06:22:56 AM »
Situated along the track, are four main components.

A) Buoyant Generator: This generator is actuated by the buoyant force (upwards) imparted upon the B-Units. This side of the track is refered to as the 'Long Stroke' - in which the B-Units move slowly, but with more torque, than the 'Short Stroke'.

B) Gravitational Generator: This generator is actuated by the gravitational (downwards) acceleration imparted upon the B-Units from gravity. This side of the track is refered to as the 'Short Stroke' - in which the B-Units drop quickly through the gravitational field.

C) Robotic Arms: These are used to transport the B-Units during the Loading, Re-Loading, and Transition stages of the cycle.

D) Unit Reloader: When the system is in the Re-Load Stage, the Reloader stores the supply of B-Units to be used for power generation. Units are transfered from the Recovery Tank, into the Unit Reloader. The Loader Arm takes the units, one at a time and moves them into position to begin the cycle.

Drawing 1c

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« Reply #4 on: August 17, 2010, 06:53:47 AM »
The cycle begins with the Loader Arm - positioning Buoyancy Unit at the start point of the Long Stroke

The control unit sends a wireless signal to the transciever inside the B-Unit. this does two things, one it checks the B-status.
This is the buoyancy of the unit, relative to a "zero-B", or 0 force state. (weightlessness)
The control unit then instructs the B-Unit how to adjust its buoyancy to begin the Long Stroke.

B-unit rises, generating power along its path to the top of the Primary Tank. Where the Transition Arm moves the B-Unit to the Short-Loader at the starting point of the Short Stroke.

The Short-Loader Arm positions the B-Unit at the drop-point, and the control unit sends the command for the B-Unit to set the buoyancy chamber to minimum displacement.

B-Unit falls, generating power along its path to the Recovery Tank.

Drawing 2a

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« Reply #5 on: August 17, 2010, 07:10:02 AM »
Recovery and Reloading:

Recovery takes place when the B-Unit reaches the bottom of the Short Stroke. The B-Unit touches down into the water in the Secondary Tank. When all B-Units have completed their cycle, and have been recovered, the system goes into Reload Mode.

Reloading:

When the control unit recieves the recovery response from all actibe B-Units, it begins the reloading process.
The robotic arm at the top (Transition Arm) releases the top portion of the track, and raises up about 3 inches.
At the same time, another arm at the recovery point, disengages the track and lifts the Short Side of the track 3 inches, in synch with the Transition Arm.

The Tank-Doors then close. Tank doors are positioned at the top of the water-line on both tanks, and seal completely air-tight.
The door at the bottom, connecting the two tanks is then slowly opened. This creates a pressure equilibrium between the two tanks, and B-units can then be safely transfered into the Reloader.
The lower track extends slightly, connecting the track into the Reloader.

Once reloading is complete, the track disconnects, the lower door closes, the Tank Doors slowly open, and the track is lowered and reconnected. Then the system is ready to begin another cycle.

Drawings 2b, and 2c

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2010, 07:21:31 AM »
That pretty much sums up the description of the generator.

Although specific components, or materials used to build this generator may have current or future patents, with respect to their particular industry, the technology behind this device is completely unpatented, and has been in use for hundreds of years.

So, give a 6-gun salute to the Hindenburg and hand your child a helium baloon. This is Sm0ky2 with a "Hail Mary" pass to the Free Energy community. Touchdown, with 3 months left in the 2nd quarter.

This thread has officially begun::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #7 on: August 17, 2010, 02:42:05 PM »
You sure have put some work behind it.

But wouldn't it take energy to expand the floaters under water.

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #8 on: August 17, 2010, 08:12:47 PM »
...and how would you keep the water from leaking down into the small water container? the water would drain from the big water container.

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #9 on: August 17, 2010, 09:50:34 PM »
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But wouldn't it take energy to expand the floaters under water?

etc...
Yep, I'm wondering what SmOky2 smokes these days, too...

This concept is over-complicated, and absolutely non-working, at least as a "FE" device...

But it's still nice to see someone dedicating such a marvelous idea to humanity. :-)

Useful info for the inventor:
http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/museum/themes/buoyant.htm

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #10 on: August 17, 2010, 10:15:13 PM »
etc...
Yep, I'm wondering what SmOky2 smokes these days, too...

This concept is over-complicated, and absolutely non-working, at least as a "FE" device...

But it's still nice to see someone dedicating such a marvelous idea to humanity. :-)

Useful info for the inventor:
http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/museum/themes/buoyant.htm

If you have something critical to say then say it. Don't relegate the criticism to the clown Simanek. @sm0ky2's device is problematic but not because of your sorry input.

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« Reply #11 on: August 17, 2010, 10:20:57 PM »
If you have something critical to say then say it. Don't relegate the criticism to the clown Simanek. @sm0ky2's device is problematic but not because of your sorry input.

Piss off, OmniBot! Go play with that "OU" "SMOT" of yours...

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« Reply #12 on: August 17, 2010, 10:30:26 PM »
Piss off, OmniBot! Go play with that "OU" "SMOT" of yours...

Go away, troll.

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Re: Buoyancy-Based Power Generation - Full Disclosure
« Reply #13 on: August 17, 2010, 10:47:23 PM »
Go away, troll.

From all the lectures you've have been given for free from all the people, that's the only phrase you can remember? "GO AWAY, TROLL?"

Btw, "Omnibus" is a synonim for "Troll", check the google...

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« Reply #14 on: August 17, 2010, 10:52:24 PM »
From all the lectures you've have been given for free from all the people, that's the only phrase you can remember? "GO AWAY, TROLL?"

Btw, "Omnibus" is a synonim for "Troll", check the google...

Hear it again -- go away mean little twerp.

 

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