WO/2015/026011 POTENTIAL ENERGY-BASED POWER GENERATION SYSTEM||WO||26.02.2015|
||PCT/KR2013/010984||KOREA INSTITUTE OF ENERGY RESEARCH||IM, Yong Hoon|
The present invention relates to a potential energy-based power generation system and comprises: a pump and a first reservoir for procuring constant potential energy by receiving power from a new renewable energy power generation source or a surplus power source and transferring water on the ground surface to an upper part of a building; a small hydro power generation unit comprising a small hydro power generation turbine and a second power generator and converting the potential energy into power by pouring the water into the first reservoir; a second reservoir located underground of the building to procure additional potential energy, and storing the water which has passed through the small hydro power generation turbine; an electrolysis device performing electrolysis by using the power generated by the small hydro power generation unit and the power supplied from the new renewable energy power generation source or the surplus power source to procure a storage space of the second reservoir for the small hydro power generation, and generating and separating each of hydrogen and oxygen gases; and a fuel cell power generation unit comprising a fuel cell provided at one side of the first reservoir and a first power generator, and located at the upper part of the building to generate power by receiving the generated hydrogen gas, and storing water generated as a by-product in the first reservoir.
WO/2015/027113 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR STORING ENERGY||WO||26.02.2015|
||PCT/US2014/052187||GRAVITY POWER LLC||FISKE, O. James|
A system for storing energy includes a body and a shaft having walls defining an internal volume for containing a fluid, a seal member disposed between the body and the walls of the shaft, and a fluid passage in fluid communication with the shaft. The body is disposed within the internal volume of the shaft for movement with gravity from a first elevation position to a second elevation position within the internal volume of the shaft. The seal member divides the internal volume into a first portion located below the body and a second portion located above the body. The fluid passage communicates fluid with the first portion of the interior volume of the shaft. The system further includes a pump/turbine operatively coupled with the fluid passage to drive a motor/generator to generate electricity upon movement of the body from the first elevation position to the second elevation position.
WO/2015/024732 CONTROL OF THE ROTATIONAL SPEED OF A ROTATING WAVE ENERGY SYSTEM AS A FUNCTION OF THE FLOW SPEED||WO||26.02.2015|
||PCT/EP2014/065993||ROBERT BOSCH GMBH||PODDEY, Alexander|
The invention relates to a method for operating a wave energy system (1) for converting energy from a wave motion of a fluid into another form of energy, wherein the wave energy system (1) has a lever arm (4) which is mounted so as to be rotatable about a rotational axis (x) of a rotor and has a coupling body (3), and an energy converter (2, 7) which is coupled to the rotatably mounted lever arm (4), wherein in a first operating mode the wave energy system (1) is to be operated in such a way that a rotational speed (ω1) of the lever arm (4) about the rotational axis (x) of the rotor corresponds when averaged over time over a rotation to an orbital speed (Ω) of the wave motion, wherein in a second operating mode the wave energy system (1) is operated in such a way that the rotational speed (ω1) of the lever arm (4) about the rotational axis (x) of the rotor does not correspond when averaged over time over a rotation to the orbital speed (Ω) of the wave motion, wherein the wave energy system (1) is operated in the second operating mode if a variable (H) which characterises a flow speed (v) undershoots a lower threshold value.
WO/2015/023009 COMPLEX POWER GENERATION AND DESALINATION SYSTEM||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/KR2013/007262||KOREA INSTITUTE OF ENERGY RESEARCH||IM, Yonghoon|
Provided is a complex power generation and desalination system. The system comprises: at least one seawater storage tank placed at a predetermined depth or greater from the surface of the sea to store seawater collected through a water intake hole; a power generation device module including a water intake tube for transferring the seawater to the seawater storage tank and a power generation means for generating electric power using potential energy of the seawater transferred through the water intake tube; a first desalination device module for desalinating the seawater by evaporating the seawater stored in the seawater storage tank and then transferring a freshwater in a vapor state to a freshwater tank through a pipe; and a second desalination device module including first and second pressure tanks for supplying pressure using the pressure of the seawater stored in the seawater storage tank and a desalination means for desalinating the seawater through a reverse osmosis method using the pressure supplied from the first and second pressure tanks.
WO/2015/024028 SELF-PROPELLED MAGNETIC MOTOR OR ENGINE||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/VN2013/000011||DO ANH TAI||DO ANH TAI|
A self-propelled motor or engine that uses a permanent magnet to operate continuously without any external supply of force or fuel to create continuous motion, comprising a cylinder system and a transmission system, wherein the cylinder system comprises a cylinder cage, an energy resource unit and a piston, and wherein the transmission unit is made of metals such as copper, characterised in that the piston move upwards due to magnetic attraction to the energy resource unit, and that the spring is used to push a lid and hence the piston down after the piston collides with the lid.
WO/2015/021732 STANDARD FLOATING PIPE TYPE HYDROELECTRIC GENERATOR||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/CN2013/091239||CHONGQING TONGLI INDUSTRIAL COMPANY LIMITED||SHEN, Jiatong|
A standard floating pipe type hydroelectric generator comprises a floating pipe accelerating apparatus, a water turbine (1), and a generator (31). The floating pipe accelerating apparatus consists of a tubular water collector (4), a work section (21), and a draft tube (6). The water turbine is disposed in the work section (21) between a water outlet end of the tubular water collector (4) and a water inlet end of the draft tube (6). The water turbine (1) is connected to the generator (31). According to the hydroelectric generator, a tubular water collector of a floating pipe accelerating apparatus is used to form greater pressure difference between a front section and a rear section, the water flow speed is increased, the electricity generation efficiency is improved, and the hydroelectric generator has a compact structure.
WO/2015/022598 INTEGRATED DEVICE TO EXPLOIT THE ENERGY OF A FLUID STREAM THAT FLOWS IN A PIPING FOR ITS DIRECT TRANSFORMATION INTO MECHANIC OR ELECTRIC ENERGY||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/063623||FEI, Fernando||FEI, Fernando|
A device to exploit the energy of a fluid flowing through a piping, without producing pollution and even in the absence of heads and/or penstocks including, for instance, a drinkable water aqueduct or an oil pipeline. Such device comprises a stub (1), interposed between two sections (3, 4) of a piping and free to rotate with respect to them, and a cylindrical counter-rotor (8). The latter is driven into rotation by said stub (1) which transforms the energy of the fluid because means (2) stand on its inner surface to interact with the fluid stream and drive it into rotation. The speed of rotation of the stub (1) and of the counter- rotor can be advantageously varied by way of pulleys, belts, and an automatic variator /change gear/turn reverser assisted by a specially designed software so as to control the interaction of said means (2) with the fluid and to optimize the generation of mechanic and electric energy.
WO/2015/023198 FLOAT TURBINE||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/RO2014/000013||CÂRNU, Ion||CÂRNU, Ion|
The invention refers to a turbine with floats 3, used for the energy production. According to the invention, the turbine is composed of a stand (1) provided at its ends with some drums (2) which have some slot guides (3), slots (3) in which are introduced some slides (5) of a conveyor (4) on which are attached by collars (16) some floating syringes (7), which are coupled to the common flexible tube (6) by some little hoses (15), the syringes (7) having provided each a bevel (8), and for the ends (10) of the piston rods (9) are provided, on the stand (1), locks with cams, which have some arches (13), at the upper part a lock (11), and at the lower part another lock (12), which also has a double lever (14) and there are also provided some safety bolts (17) with some arches (18) and with some hindrances (19 and 20).
WO/2015/023200 EJECTOR TYPE TURBINE||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/RO2014/000015||S.C. TOPINTEL CONSULT S.R.L.||PUŞCAŞ-CERNAT, Mihail|
The invention relates to an ejector type turbine, designed to transform kinetic energy of a fluid into mechanical or electrical energy, by capturing and accelerating an engine jet of fluid. The turbine according consists from an fluid intake equipped, where the fluid flow is accelerated and sent as engine jet fluid via a supply pipe to an ejector type device, in which the engine jet fluid expands through a nozzle in a suction chamber and subsequently released with the ejected fluid into the atmosphere through an exhaust device, in the suction chamber is built in an annular turbine consisting from an annular rotor, and an annular stator to direct the flow of ejected fluid in the rotor, the jet of aspirated fluid, called ejected fluid, acts the annular rotor's blades which lead through a pulley mounted on the outer circumference of the rotor, a power generation system.
WO/2015/022704 ROAD TRAFFIC DECELERATION ZONE ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING SYSTEM||WO||19.02.2015|
||PCT/IN2014/000524||JAWEED, Aslam||JAWEED, Aslam|
A road traffic deceleration zone electric power generating system and method for pumping oil from low pressure to high pressure when vehicles pass over the linking slats and converting lost energy of moving vehicles into electrical power. The system comprises an oil storage cum heat dissipating device, a pumping device, a high pressure storage device a hydro-motor control device and a hydraulic electric power generating device. The pumping device comprises a plurality of pairs of guided cylinder assemblies. Each pair of guided cylinder assemblies comprising a compounding of two hydraulic cylinders namely a pumping cylinder and a guide cum retract cylinder. Each pair of guided cylinder assembly is linked by a slat.