EA028417B1 - Marine device for usage of atmospheric electricity "ruselectro 3" - Google Patents

Marine device for usage of atmospheric electricity "ruselectro 3" Download PDF

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EA028417B1
EA028417B1 EA201500548A EA201500548A EA028417B1 EA 028417 B1 EA028417 B1 EA 028417B1 EA 201500548 A EA201500548 A EA 201500548A EA 201500548 A EA201500548 A EA 201500548A EA 028417 B1 EA028417 B1 EA 028417B1
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Борис Иванович Блескин
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The invention relates to electrical engineering, namely to devices for the use of atmospheric electricity. The device for use of atmospheric electricity comprises a receiving unit made in the form of vertically arranged cross-shaped antenna element and tribocells connected vertically with it, the lower tribocell being ball-shaped and having a needle connected to the upper disk of the capacitor, on the base of the device, there is mounted an earthed needle, connected by its vertex with the lower disk of the capacitor, a net is connected to the needles which has a spark arrester on the upper branch, the second electrode of which is connected with an inductance coil connected with the lower earthed needle and the second inductance coil is connected to a rectifier which is connected to a capacitor of high capacitance connected to the battery, in chamber made of dielectric there is placed a capacitor with upper and lower discs, provided with a spark discharger, wherein the upper and the lower needles are provided with a dielectric coating. The device is distinguished in that the receiving unit is coated with a material having high conductivity, is mounted through the metal base to the deck by metal supports, connected at the top to a metal ring coated with a dielectric, the remote control unit is connected to a double switch on the upper and the lower needle and the battery charge indicator, connected to the battery, and also has a metal protective housing with anti-corrosion coating. The device is applicable to the use for electric motors of ships (vessels) and for other technical purposes.

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The invention relates to electrical engineering, and in particular to devices for using atmospheric electricity.

Known devices for the use of atmospheric electricity: inventions No. 2332816, 2000128, 2369991, 2482640, 2030132, application for invention No. 2014101919 of 01/28/2014.

These technical solutions are designed for use on land, as they have disadvantages that do not allow them to be applied in marine conditions - on ships (ships) and offshore platforms.

Prototypes have the following disadvantages:

when placing the device on the deck of a ship (vessel) or offshore platform, there is a danger of stability loss when exposed to strong winds, sea waves, especially in a storm;

the large weight of the device reduces their mobility;

insufficient ability of the receiving unit to accumulate atmospheric electricity; lack of battery protection against overcharging; lack of battery charge indicator;

lack of a remote control unit for the operation of the device.

We propose a new, previously unknown technical solution for the device for the use (accumulation) of atmospheric electricity in the sea on ships (ships) and offshore platforms. The device is applicable for the operation of electric motors of ships (vessels) and other technical purposes.

The proposed device is shown in the drawing and consists of a receiving unit made in the form of vertically arranged cross-shaped antenna element 6 connected to the triboelectric elements 3, 4, 5, the lower spherical triboelectric element, from which the needle 10, covered with a dielectric, the end of which is connected to the upper disk a capacitor enclosed in a chamber of dielectric 17, from the base 8 of the chamber is a grounded needle 9, covered with a dielectric, on top of which a lower capacitor disk is fixed. Triboelements are made of metal and interconnected using a metal nose 4 vertically, in series. An air network is connected to the upper needle, on the upper branch of which there is a spark gap 11, the second electrode of which is connected to an inductor 12 connected to the lower grounded needle 9; the second self-inductance coil 15 is connected to a rectifier 16 connected to a large capacitor 13 connected to the battery 14. The capacitor is enclosed in a dielectric chamber and has a spark gap 18.

Our technical solution differs from prototypes in that the receiving unit is mounted with metal supports 2 at the bottom through a metal base 8 to deck 7. The supports at the top are connected by a dielectric coated metal ring 19, which fixes the lower triboelement 3. The receiving unit is in the form of a vertical cross-shaped antenna element 6 and triboelements 3, 4, 5 connected to it, to enhance the accumulation of atmospheric electricity, is coated with a material having high conductivity, for example, high-grade gold. To protect the battery from excessive recharging, a double switch 21 is introduced on the upper and lower needles, the battery charge indicator is connected to the battery. For remote control of the device, a remote control unit 23 is connected, connected to a double switch and a battery charge indicator, for example, a voltmeter. The device is protected from external influences and operation safety is carried out by a metal casing with an anti-corrosion coating 20. Metal supports and a casing significantly reduce the weight of the device, eliminate obstacles to the flow of wind and water through the deck of a ship (vessel) or offshore platform, especially in a storm, which helps to maintain their stability and speed of movement.

The device operates as follows.

Triboelements located vertically and connected to a cross-shaped antenna allow creating a maximum surface with a minimum volume for triboelectrification by various atmospheric factors. As a result, a potential difference arises between the capacitor disks located on the upper and lower needles. During the period of snowstorms, rain, storms, thunderstorms this process intensifies. The voltage increase also depends on the height of the upper electrode with the antenna and triboelements, since Εζ, the vertical component of the Earth’s electric field, is up to 200 V / m from the Earth’s surface, increasing during the period of disturbance.

When a spark gap breaks out due to an increase in voltage, an alternating current arises in the self-induction coil on the capacitor under the influence of atmospheric electricity, the electricity connected with the coil current passes through a rectifier to a large capacitor, and from it to the battery. This technical solution can be used in land conditions of the Earth.

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    A device for using atmospheric electricity, comprising a receiving unit made in the form of vertically arranged cross-shaped antenna element and triboelements vertically connected to it, while the lower triboelement is spherical in shape and a needle connected to the upper capacitor disk is fixed to it, the base is fixed to 1 028417 an earth needle connected at its apex to the lower capacitor disk, a network having a spark gap on the upper branch, a second elec genus which is connected to an inductor which is connected to the bottom earthed needle, and the second self-induction coil connected to a rectifier, which is connected to the large-capacity capacitor connected to the battery; a dielectric chamber in which a capacitor with upper and lower disks is placed, equipped with a spark gap, while the upper and lower needles are coated with a dielectric, characterized in that the receiving unit has a coating of a material with high conductivity, is mounted through a metal base, attached to the deck, with metal supports connected to a dielectric coated metal ring at the top, a remote control unit connected to a double switch on the upper and lower needles and an indicator m charge the battery connected to the battery, and a metal protective casing is formed with anticorrosive coating.
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RU2430455C2 (en) * 2006-02-21 2011-09-27 Клинт МакКАУЭН Power accumulation
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RU2414106C2 (en) * 2009-05-27 2011-03-10 Российская академия сельскохозяйственных наук Государственное научное учреждение Всероссийский научно-исследовательский институт электрификации сельского хозяйства Российской академии сельскохозяйственных наук (ГНУ ВИЭСХ Россельхозакадемии) Method and device for applying atmospheric electricity
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