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1. (WO2007129126) PRODUCTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY FROM SEA WAVES
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CLAIMS
1. Generation of electric energy from the waves of the sea, characterized by a float filled with ballast (1/1) a vertical metal beam (1/2) attached to the float with knuckle joint and moving vertically up-down depending on the height of the waves, as this assembly of float and beam is protected inside a metal cage (4/21) or a pier recess (4/24), the cage being constructed out of vertical metal rails (1/25) welded or attached on the walls of the interior of the recess (4/25) with the necessary gaps between rails and float for free up-down motions of the float sliding like a piston of a petrol engine inside its cylinder and this vertical metal beam transfers identically the up-down vertical motions of the float, from the one end of the horizontal metal beam towards the sea of the rectangular triangle (1/19) which is attached with knuckle joint, to the other end of the vertical metal beam of the said triangle and then to the horizontally moving saw (1/5) the turned points of which are attached to the two chains (1/6) and (3/20) which transfer the horizontal motions of the chains to the gears (1/7) and (3/20) which can move dynamically towards one rotational direction or freely towards the other direction and convert the horizontal motions to rotational in such a way that with every movement of the float, whether upwards or downwards, small or big we succeed to getting identical and constant transfer of the dynamic energy of the sea waves to the horizontal shaft (8) which activates the generator.
2. Generation of electric energy from the waves of the sea according to claim 1, characterized by the fact that the vertical metal beam (1/2) attached to the float can either be increased or decreased in its length, so that the distance of the float from the horizontal end of the beam of the triangle can be modified to adapt with tidal changes of the sea surface level.
3. Generation of electric energy from the waves of the sea according to claim 1, characterized by the fact that when the float is made from plastic material, in the interior in its bottom has endings in order that, float, ballast and the beam is to become one body.
4. Generation of electric energy from the waves of the sea according to claim 1, characterized by the fact that the two rectangular beams of the metal triangle are connected with a third beam parallel or which coincides with the hypotenuse of the metal triangle which can be immobilized in the up or down positions of the float in cases of damage, of maintenance or extreme weather conditions while protective doors positioned on the front side towards the sea open part of the recess, are automatically closed.
5. Generation of electric energy from the waves of the sea according to claim 1, characterized by the fact that by installing many units in parallel and side by side we permit the converters to act independently one from the other in its own generator or to act in combination with two or more units in a common shaft of a common and more powerful generator.