CA2901704A1 - World's first damless underground sea hydropower plant to produce large scale hydropower for the production of large scale synthetic fuel for hydrogen gas for ships, aircrafts, and vehicles (krishna's method) - Google Patents

World's first damless underground sea hydropower plant to produce large scale hydropower for the production of large scale synthetic fuel for hydrogen gas for ships, aircrafts, and vehicles (krishna's method) Download PDF

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CA2901704A1
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It is the world's first dam less underground sea hydropower plant to produce any amount of hydropower (MW) from SEA (1) 24 hours a day, 365 days a year along the coastline throughout the world. It is a breakthrough technology because hydropower is produce for the first time in the world below seashore (underground) in this method. It comprises a Turbine-Generator (16) installed below seashore (underground) 32 to produce electricity, giant syringes (5) , a suitable Load (10), a rope (13) and a Giant Shipyard Crane 35 are used to discharge the waste seawater back to SEA (1). SEA (1) is our reservoir and we can tap (produce) trillions and trillions (unlimited) of stored energy (MW or TW
electricity) in the entire SEA (Ocean) 1. Seawater is our natural resource (fuel) in my method.
Researchers say our natural resources like uranium, thorium, coal, oil, and natural gas will be removed from earth within 150 years. Since we can extract any amount of electricity from SEA (14) we can close down the air polluting nuclear, thermonuclear, coal, oil, or natural gas power plants.
We do not need oil, natural gas, coal, uranium, or thorium and we can keep these natural resources for some other use until they are lost. We do not need wind power, solar power, tidal power, wave power, biogas or biomass power, geothermal power, Osmotic power, OTEC
power, nuclear power, thermal power, thermonuclear power or any other power plants any more. Since we do not build a DAM we save 70% investment costs and we can produce electricity twice (FIG-1B) in the same method to bring down the production cost of electricity to produce Large Scale syngas or hydrogen gas which is used in vehicles, ships or aircrafts. We can produce desalinated water for drinking or for agriculture purposes to produce more food.

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DESCRIPTION =
FIELD OF STUDY (INVENTION):
My method is related to produce hydropower from SEA 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. My method is related to POWER ENGINEERING (Electrical Engineering).
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION:
There have been many attempts to harness the energy from the SEA for electrical generation.
These methods need huge investments to produce electricity from SEA. We can produce electricity from SEA using my simple methods. Seawater is our natural resource (fuel) in my method to produce electricity. Wind power or solar power are not continuously available 24 hours a day 365 days a year and in tropical countries due to hot summer water is evaporated in DAMS and they cannot produce electricity during summer seasons. In my novel method we can produce any amount of electricity 24 hours a day 365 days a year. We need not build a DAM in this method and we save 70 % investment costs. We can build office buildings and Transformer stations underground to protect the plant from Tsunami and Hurricane. We can produce hydropower 2 places in my method and we can make lot of money. In my method only a fraction of profit money is spent to operate the Automatic Locomotives.
The only advantage in my method is to have more horse power we can add additional Automatic Locomotives .We can apply my method in Pumped Storage Hydropower Plants to produce hydropower 24 hours a day 365 days a year. In my method hydropower is produced below seashore (underground) for the first time in the world. There are trillions and trillions of stored (potential) energy GW or TW electricity in the entire SEA (Ocean) and we can extract any amount of energy (electricity) from SEA for our consumption. We need a TECHNOLOGY to extract that energy (electricity) from SEA (Ocean) and my method is developed to extract the energy from SEA 24 HOURS A DAY, 365 DAYS A YEAR. Since we can produce large amount of hydropower from SEA (14) we can close down the nuclear, thermonuclear, thermal power plants. We can save and keep uranium, thorium, and coal and use for some other purposes.
We can close down the oil and natural gas operated power plants and save oil and natural gas. We can prevent these power producing plants from polluting the atmosphere. We can use the hydropower generated in our method in electrolysis process to produce hydrogen gas or synthetic fuel to run our vehicles and prevent polluting the atmosphere.
Since we do not need oil or shale oil or sand oil we can stop producing ethanol from corn (to mix with oil) and save corn for food. We can stop extracting methane hydrate from seabed and prevent pollution We can produce I gallon synthetiduel or I kg hydrogen gas for 50 tO
75 cents U.S.

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BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS:
FIG-1A is The representative drawing for my method. A cross sectional view of the plant.
FIG-18 is the cross section view of the plant. A crane 38 and a load 10. used to discharge the water back to sea 1.
FIG-2: Illustrates how we can produce first hydropower in a ship 4 which is then used in electrolysis process for the production of synthetic fuel (synthetic gasoline) or hydrogen gas in a ship laboratory. The synthetic fuel is used to operate the ships.
FIG-3: Illustrates how we can produce hydropower using giant syringes 5.
FIG-4 Illustrates how the water outlet pipe works. It is an enlarged view of the water inlet pipe 21, syringe barrel 5, and hydraulic press 8 FIG=-5 Illustrates how we can produce hydropower near shore (SEA).
FIG-6: Illustrates how we can produce more hydropower by installing the Turbine-Generator 16 near the ship bottom 25 (above sea surface) as shown.
FIG-7: It is the front view of the plant. It illustrates how we can produce hydropower from SEA 1.
FIG-8: Illustrates how we can produce more hydropower from SEA 1 using (multi (several) Turbine-Generators 16 as shown.
FIG-9: A giant shipyard crane (source-Google) like one shown can be used in my method.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS:
DRAWING PART NAME AND NUMBER:
1. SEA (Reservoir) 2. Seabed 3, Waves 4. Ship 5. Syringe or Multi Barrel Syringe 6.Syringe piston 7. Valve 8. Weight lifting Hydraulic Press 9. Hydraulic piston 10. LOAD (Weight) 11A Big Crane 118 Small Crane 12. Simple or Compound pulley 13. Rope 14.Water Tank 15. Penstock 16.Turbine-Generator 17. Discharge Pipe s 18. EARTH 19. Rod 20. Ship Floor 21. Water inlet pipe 22. Hydraulic oil 23. Draft Tube 24. Seawater 25.Ship Bottom 26. Rubber insulation (seal) 27.water outlet pipe 28. Flood gate or Watergate or intake 29. SEASHORE' 30. End Stop 31. GROUND 32. UNDERGROUND 33. Small Pulley 34. Underground Roof 35. GIANT SHIPYARD CRANE. 36. Support 37.Tunnel or pipe 38. Crane FIG-1A is the representative drawing for my novel method. HOW IT WORKS is explained below.
STEP-1: When floodgate 28 is opened seawater flows down through a Penstock 15 to the underground 34 installed Turbine-Generators 16 to spin the Turbine and to produce hydropower 24 hours a day 365 days a year continuously. The generated hydropower is sent to long distances through Transformers and Power Lines. (not shown). In this method we can produce any amount of hydropower for our needs. There are trillions and trillions of stored (potential) energy (GW or TW
electricity) in the entire SEA (Ocean) and we can tap (extract) any amount of hydropower from SEA 1.
STEP-2: Waste seawater is discharged into the big water tank 14 first and then discharged into the syringe barrels 5 as shown. There two sets of syringes set-1 and set-
2 in this method.
Set-1 is shown and set-2 is not shown. The set-2 syringe barrel is also operated by another GIANT SHIPYARD CRANE 35 (not shown).To begin the operation let us open the first outlet pipe (27) valves 7 and allow waste seawater to flow into the set-1 syringe barrels and when the set-1 syringe barrels 5 are full, close the first outlet pipe valves 7 and divert the wastewater to flow into the set-2 syringe barrels 5. Now operate the GIANT
SHIPYARD
CRANES 35 to move down the load 10 and the syringe piston 6 which are connected together to compress the wastewater in the set-1 syringe barrels 5 and send it back to SEA 1 through a discharge pipe 17 as shown. Once the set-1 syringe barrels 5 are empty, move the load and the syringe piston up to touch the End Stops where it stop for next discharge operation. Now open the first outlet pipe valves 7 to flow the wastewater in the set-1 syringe barrels5..Now go to the second set-2 syringe barrels. The set-2 syringes are already full.
Now close the second outlet pipe valves 7 and operate the GIANT SHIPYARD CRANE 35 to move down the load 10 and the syringe piston 6 to compress the wastewater in the set-2 syringe barrels and send it back to SEA 1.When the set-2 syringe barrels are empty move the load and the syringe piston up to touch the End Stops 30. Now open the second outlet pipe valves 7 to fill up the set-2 syringe barrels. Now go to the set-1 syringes close the second outlet pipe valves 7 and repeat the operation again to compress the wastewater and send it back to SEA
1. REPEAT
these operations again and again to discharge the wastewater back to SEA 1 and to produce hydropower continuously 24 hours a day, 365 Days a year. To calculate the hydropower produced in this method use the formula POWER (KW) = 9.8 X water flow rate in m3/s x water head in meters x Efficiency 95%. We have to design the syringe size, discharge pipe size, water tank size, choose the right SHIPYARD CRANES, and choose the right Load. The hydropower produced in this method can be used in electrolysis process to produce large scale synthetic fuel (synthetic gasoline) or hydrogen gas for ships, for aircrafts, or for vehicles.
We do not need air polluting oil, natural gas, ethanol, to run the vehicles.
We can produce large scale hydrogen gas or synthetic fuel and stop producing ethanol for mixing in oil and save corn for food consumption.

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FIG-1B: Illustrates how we can use a Crane 38 to move the load 10 and the syringe piston 6 up or down in the syringe barrel 5. Wastewater is discharged back to SEA 1 by compressing the wastewater in the syringe barrel 5.
HOW IT WORKS:
STEP-1:
When floodgate 28 is opened seawater flows down through a penstock 15 to the underground (below seashore) 32 installed Turbine-Generators 16 to spin the Turbine and to produce hydropower 24 hours a day 365 days a year. There are trillions and trillions (unlimited) of stored energy (GW or TW
electricity) in the entire SEA 1 (Ocean). We can tap any amount of energy (electricity) from Sea for our daily consumption. The generated electricity is then sent to long distances through the Transformers and Power Lines (not shown).
STEP-2:
The waste seawater is then discharged into a giant water tank 14 and then discharged into the first syringe barrel 5 (shown in the drawing) and then into the second syringe barrel 5 (not shown in the drawing) through water tank outlet pipes 27. Each water outlet pipe has a valve 7. To begin the operation let us close the first outlet pipe valve 7 when the first syringe barrel 5 is full with the wastewater and now divert the wastewater to flow into the second syringe barrel 5. Now we operate the giant crane 38 to move down the syringe piston 6 and the load 10 which are connected together in the first syringe barrel to compress the wastewater and send it back to SEA 1.
When the first syringe barrel is empty move the load 10 and the syringe piston 6 up to touch the End Stops 30 where it stops for the next discharge operation. Now open the first outlet pipe valve7 to fill up the first syringe barrel with the wastewater. Now go to the second syringe barrel 5 which is also connected with a load 10, and the syringe piston 6 which are connected together to a rope 13, the rope passes over a simple or compound pulley 12 and finally connected to an automatic Crane38 (not shown).
The second syringe barrel is already filled with wastewater, close the second outlet pipe valve 7 and now compress the wastewater and send it back to SEA 1. When the second syringe barrel 5 is empty move the syringe piston 6 and the load 10 up to touch the End Stops 30 for the next discharge operation. Now open the second outlet pipe valve 7 to fill up the second syringe barrel. Now go to the first syringe barrel 5, close the first outlet pipe valve 7 and repeat the operation again to compress the wastewater and send it back to SEA 1. REPEAT these operations again and again to discharge the wastewater back to SEA and to produce hydropower 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The water tank 14 has several water outlet pipes 27 (shown in the drawing) are connected with several syringe barrels (not shown) . The other syringe barrels wastewater discharge operation is same as described for the first syringe 5 in this page. To calculate the hydropower produced in this method we can use the formula POWER (KW) = 9.8 x water flow rate in m3/s x water head in meters x Efficiency 95%. We have to design the water tank 14, syringe barrel 6, choose a suitable load 10, and a suitable horse power automatic Crane 38 according to the plant capacity. We can tap (produce) the unlimited stored energy (GW or TW) in the SEA 1 along the coastline throughout the world. Only a fraction of profit money is used to operate the giant crane 38 in this method. We can produce hydropower second time in this method by installing an above ground water tank 14 and a ground Turbine-Generator 16 (not shown) _ _ F1G-2: WORLD'S FIRST DAMLESS SHIP SEA HYDROPOWER PLANT TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY
AND THEN
TO PRODUCE SYNTHETIC FUEL FOR SHIPS IN ELECTROLYSIS PROCESS (KRISHNA'S
METHOD).
(FIG-2 HOW IT WORKS) It is a novel method to produce hydropower from sea 24 hours , 365 days a year. In this method we can produce required amount of electricity to produce synthetic fuel or hydrogen gas for cruise ships, cargo ships and war ships in electrolysis process. In this method the syringe barrel 5 is fully immersed (submersed) into the seawater as shown to fill up the seawater. Water inlet pipe 21 has a load 10 (valve) to open and close. To begin the operation let us first pull the load 10 (valve) up using a rope 13, simple or compound pulley 12 and a small crane 11B as shown. Now seawater24 enters (flows) into the syringe barrel 5 and when the syringe barrel is full close the inlet pipe 21 by moving the load down using the small crane 11B, the rope 13, and the pulley 12. Now operate the big crane 11A and move down the Load 10 and the hydraulic piston 9 which are connected together as shown to compress the hydraulic oil 22 in the hydraulic press 8 first. The compressed hydraulic oil 22 now pushes down the syringe piston 6 to compress the seawater 24 in the syringe barrel 5 to discharge it into the water tank 14. From the water tank 14 the seawater flows down through a penstock 15 to the ship floor installed Turbine-Generator 16 to spin the Turbine and to produce the hydropower. The syringe piston 6 and the hydraulic piston 9 are connected by a rope 13 as shown. When the syringe barrel 5 is empty move the inlet pipe valve 10 (load) up to flow the seawater into the syringe barrel 5 again for the next discharge operation. Now move the load 10 and the hydraulic piston 9 up using the rope 13 simple or compound pulley 12 and the big crane 11A. When the load and the syringe piston moves up the rope 13 connected with the syringe piston 6 pulls the syringe piston backwards to touch the End Stops 20 where the syringe piston 6 stop for the next operation. In horizontally installed syringe barrel 5 the syringe piston does it move back itself that's why the syringe piston 6 is connected with the hydraulic press piston 9 to pull it back. When the syringe barrel 5 is full close the inlet pipe by moving the load 10 (valve) down. Now operate the big crane 12 to move down the load 10 and the hydraulic piston 9 down in the HYDRAULIC PRESS BARREL 8 to compress the hydraulic oil 22 again to repeat the discharge operation again. REPEAT these operations again and again to discharge the seawater 24 into the water tank 14 and to produce hydropower continuously 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The generated hydropower is used in electrolysis process to produce synthetic fuel or hydrogen gas for ships. We can use several syringe 5 and hydraulic presses 8 to discharge the seawater into the water tank 14 to produce more (required) hydropower to produce synthetic fuel or hydrogen gas for ships. To calculate the power generated in this method we can use the formula POWER (KW) = 9.8 X water flow rate in m3/s x water head in meters x Efficiency 95%. We can use the synthetic fuel in cargo ships or cruise ships or ships and can stay on the seawater as long as we want.
We can produce desalinated water for drinking and agriculture purposes. We can produce on the ship floor (deck) enough food (vegetables, fruits, rice or wheat) for a small number of employees working in the ship in this method. In this method we do not need a Dam to produce electricity and we save 70% investment costs. We need not excavate earth to install underground TURBINE-GENERATOR and we save more investment money. We have to design the syringe size, discharge pipe size, water tank size, hydraulic press size, and choose the right Turbine-generators, the right cranes ,the right Load (weight) for the plant capacity.
We can produce hydropower from SEA even (while) the ship is moving and anywhere in the sea 24 hours a day, 365 days a year continuously.

-b-FIG-3 Illustrates how we can produce hydropower using giant syringes 5.
Seawater is compressed by the load 10 and the syringe piston 6 which are connected together to discharge into the water tank 14 as shown. Seawater flows down through a Penstock 15 to the underground installed Turbine-Generator 16 to spin the Turbine and to produce hydropower. The waste seawater is discharged into SEA 1 through a draft tube 23 as shown.
FIG-4 It is the enlarged view to show the water inlet pipe 21 and the load 10 (valve). A small load 10 works as a valve in the water inlet pipe The small load is attached with a rope 13 and the rope 13 passes over a small pulley 33 and the rope 13 with the load 10 moves down or up using a small crane 11B. When load move up seawater enters into the syringe barrel 5 and when the syringe barrel 5 is full the load 10 moves down to prevent entering of the seawater into the syringe barrel 5.
FIG-5 Illustrates how we can produce hydropower near shore (SEA). There are two syringes shown in the drawing. Each Syringe barrel 5 has End Stops 30. The syringe piston 6 and the load 10 which are attached together moves up and touches the End Stops 30 where it stops for the next discharge operation. When first syringe 5 compresses the seawater in the first syringe barrel Sand send it through a nozzle to hit the Turbine. The Turbine 16 spins the shaft attached with Generator 16 to produce hydropower. While the first syringe is operated the second syringe fills the seawater for discharge through the nozzle as shown.
When the first syringe is empty move the syringe piston 6 and the load 10 up using a giant crane. When the syringe piston 6 and the load 10 which are attached together moves up seawater is sucked into the first syringe barrel 5.

When the first syringe barrel 5 is empty now compress the seawater in the second syringe barrel 5 and discharge it through the discharge pipe 17 nozzle to hit the Turbine 16 to spin and to produce hydropower in the Generator 16 as shown. The shaft connecting the Generator is insulated with the rubber 26 which prevents seawater entry into the Generator chamber as shown .The Turbine 16 is immersed in the seawater outside the generator chamber as shown. When the water jets hit the Turbine it spins the shaft and the Generator.

FIG-6: Illustrates how we can produce more hydropower in a ship 4. We can install the Turbine-Generators 16 near the ship bottom 25 (above SEA surface) as shown.
Normally the height of the ship will be around 40 meters. At least we use 30 meters ship height to have more water head plus the water head above ship floor (deck) to produce more hydropower in the ship. The Turbine-Generator 16 is installed near the ship bottom 25 using a support 36 as shown.
FIG-7: Illustrates how hydropower is produced in FIG-1. When floodgate 28 is opened seawater flows down through a Penstock 15 to the underground 32 installed Turbine-Generator 16 to spin the Turbine and to produce hydropower 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The generated electricity is then sent to long distances through Transformers and Power Lines (not shown). After producing hydropower the waste seawater is discharged into a giant underground 32 installed water tank 14. The wastewater is then discharged into the syringe barrel 5 and then compressed and send it back to SEA 1 using Giant Shipyard Cranes 35 as shown in FIG-1. SEA is the reservoir in my method and we can tap (produce) trillions and trillions of stored energy (GW or TIN electricity) in the entire SEA (Ocean) 1. Sea belongs to all countries and any country can use my method and produce hydropower for their needs. We can use the general formula to calculate the hydropower produced in my method POWER
(KW) = 9.8 X WATER FLOW RATE IN M3/S X WATER HEAD IN METERS X Efficiency 95 %.
FIG-8: Illustrates how we can produce more hydropower by installing multi (several) Turbine-Generators 16 underground 32 as shown in the drawing. The wastewater is discharged back to SEA as shown in FIG-1.
FIG-9: A giant shipyard crane (source-Google) like one shown can be used in my method.
BENEFITS IN MY METHOD:
1. In my method since SEA is the RESERVOIR we can produce any amount (MW) of electricity for our needs..
2. We can construct an underground sea hydropower and produce electricity within 12 months.
3. We use the electricity produced in my method in electrolysis process to produce large scale synthetic fuel (synthetic gasoline) or hydrogen fuel which can be used in ships, aircrafts, or vehicles. We do not need oil anymore and prevent air pollution.
4. Since we can produce large amount of hydropower from SEA we can close down the air polluting power plants like nuclear, thermal, thermonuclear, and natural gas or oil operated power plants. We can keep uranium, thorium, oil, coal, or natural gas for some other use until they are available.
5. We can produce hydropower in ships first and then we can produce syngas for ships.
6. Since we do not build a DAM we save 70% construction costs and we can produce hydropower second time in the same method we can bring down the production cost of the electricity which is good to produce large scale syngas or hydrogen gas for vehicles, ships, or aircrafts.

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7. It is always better to choose automatic Locomotives for discharging the waste seawater back to SEA
for this method. The automatic Locomotives can move automatically forward or backward to any distance automatically because the plant is fully automated. All the valves 7 close and open automatically. In this method we can add any number of automatic Locomotives to have more (horse) power that can be applied on the syringe pistons 6 and the loads 10 which are connected together to lift or move down in the syringe 5 barrels in Large Scale underground sea hydropower plants. This is one of the big advantages in this method.
8. In my method we can go any deep (water head) below the seashore (underground) 32 to produce more hydropower and we can have any water head above the ground to produce again more electricity.
9. We need not build a DAM in this method and we save 70 % investment costs in this method. We can produce hydropower second time in the same method by installing an above ground water tank 14 and a ground Turbine-Generator 16 to produce more hydropower and can bring down the production cost of the electricity which is good to produce Large Scale Hydrogen gas or synthetic fuel (synthetic gasoline) in electrolysis process which can be used in aircrafts or ships or vehicles. We do not need oil anymore and prevent air pollution.
10. We can use the excavated soil during the underground excavation for the construction of the underground sea hydropower plant to build pyramids and install water tanks 14 on the pyramids ( soil mountain ) to have above ground water head to produce more electricity.
11. We can produce any amount of electricity from SEA along the coastline (seashore) throughout the world. SEA belongs to all nations and any country can apply my method and produce hydropower for their needs.
12. We can use 100 % pure (B100) biodiesels (fuel from plant seeds) in the automatic Locomotives because it reduces air pollution from 50 to 80 %. and will be available from plants until the world exists.
13. We can build sea hydropower plant's office buildings and Power Houses underground (below seashore) 32 to protect the plant from Tsunami, or Hurricanes, or Cyclones, or sun heat, or during rainy seasons. Once office buildings and Power House are built underground the plant with minimum maintenance costs has a permanent life till the end of the Earth.
14. SEA water (fuel) is the natural resource in this method. Since we can extract any amount of energy (electricity) from SEA we do not need wave power, tidal power, solar power, wind power. Biomass power, or geothermal power, nuclear power, thermonuclear power, thermal (coal) power, Osmotic power, OTEC power or any other power (plants) any more. We do not need oil, natural gas, uranium, thorium, coal, ethanol from corn and sugar cane, oil sands, shale oil or methane hydrate from seabed.
14. We can construct underground sea hydropower plants along desert coastline (seashore) and we can produce desalinated water for agriculture (irrigation) purposes using the hydropower produced in my method. We can use this desalinated water to cultivate the deserts (lands) to produce more food for our consumption.

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An underground dam less sea hydropower plant to produce any amount of hydropower 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from SEA (1) along the coastline throughout the world comprising a) Underground 32 installed Turbine-Generator 16 to produce hydropower b) SEA 1 is the reservoir to supply the seawater to the below seashore installed Turbine-Generator to spin the Turbine and to produce hydropower c) A giant SHIPYARD CRANE 35 to move down the loads 10 and the syringe -pistons 6 which are connected together to compress the waste seawater in the syringe barrels 5 and send it back to SEA 1 and to move the loads 10 and the syringe pistons up for the next discharge operation d) Water tank 14 water outlet pipe 27 pipe has valves 7 to open for the flow of waste seawater into the syringe barrels 5 and to close the water outlet pipe 27 to prevent waste seawater entering into the syringe barrels 5 e) Underground roof 34 to protect the underground sea hydropower plant during rainy seasons, Tsunami, Cyclone, Hurricane and from sun radiation f) Water inlet pipe 21 has a small load 10 which acts as a valve to open for the flow of seawater into the syringe barrel 5 and close the water inlet pipe 21 to prevent the entry of the seawater into the syringe barrel 5 g) Giant syringes 5 using a load 10, rods 19, and an automated giant shipyard crane 35 to compress the waste seawater in the syringe barrels 5 and send the waste seawater back to SEA (1) as shown.
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