WO2011120361A1 - Gravity assisted rotary mechanism and matched power generation device thereof - Google Patents

Gravity assisted rotary mechanism and matched power generation device thereof Download PDF

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WO2011120361A1
WO2011120361A1 PCT/CN2011/071061 CN2011071061W WO2011120361A1 WO 2011120361 A1 WO2011120361 A1 WO 2011120361A1 CN 2011071061 W CN2011071061 W CN 2011071061W WO 2011120361 A1 WO2011120361 A1 WO 2011120361A1
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黄鼎炎
黄振杰
黄振翔
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Huang Ting-Yen
Huang Cheng-Chieh
Huang Cheng-Hsiang
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F03MACHINES OR ENGINES FOR LIQUIDS; WIND, SPRING, OR WEIGHT MOTORS; PRODUCING MECHANICAL POWER OR A REACTIVE PROPULSIVE THRUST, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
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A gravity assisted rotary mechanism (1) and a matched power generation device (5) thereof are provided. The gravity assisted rotary mechanism (1) includes a plurality of rotating elements (10, 11, 12, 13) rotating about a same rotation center (2), respectively having different sizes and symmetrically arranged in regard to the rotation center (2). Each of the rotating elements (10, 11, 12, 13) is driven by a plurality of actuating elements (30, 31, 32, 33) with a same balance weight, and is pivotally connected by at least one connecting element, so as to form a traction structure symmetrical to each other among the rotating elements (10, 11, 12, 13). The actuating elements (30, 31, 32, 33) and the connecting element can be respectively fitted at interference parts (101, 112) provided on at least parts of the rotating elements (10, 11, 12, 13) to interfere in and absorb the energy from the gravity, therefore, the energy of each actuating element (30, 31, 32, 33) is transferred to respective rotating elements (10, 11, 12, 13) and the connecting element via the interference parts (101, 112), thus the energy is cumulated and transferred. An autorotation device, which can continuously swing and provide a long time view, is formed under the condition of low energy loss. The gravity assisted rotary mechanism (1) is linked with the power generation device (5) to transform the cumulated gravity energy into electrical energy for the use.

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 Gravity-assisted rotating mechanism and power generating device therefor

 The invention relates to a gravity assisted rotating mechanism and a power generating device matched thereto, in particular to a mechanism for precisely designing a structural weight, which is subjected to initial power generation and rotation, has a long-term continuous motion and absorbs the reserve natural environment. The effect of the energy of gravity. Background technique

 The existing rotating mechanism for decoration or entertainment, such as gyro, bamboo raft, etc., is operated and driven by human power, so that the object rotates, thereby generating displacement and visual effects brought by self-rotation, reaching entertainment, education or The purpose of generating ancillary functions. The self-rotating structure described above may be hindered by the friction caused by the contact of the object with the ground and the air, and gradually change from the rapid rotation state to the stop operation, and the process is also subject to the difference in the structural type and the weight configuration of the object itself. There are different results for the duration of the rotation.

 In another common accessory, a metal ball is connected by a sling, and is arranged in a row on a bracket, commonly known as "Newton pendulum"; it is a metal sphere that uses a law of conservation of energy to make it stand still and arrange in a row. When one end is lifted and released, a plurality of metal balls that are originally in a stationary state, with the impact of the falling metal ball, from the position closest to the falling metal ball, the kinetic energy depends on The arrangement order of the metal balls is transmitted to the other end, and when the kinetic energy is transmitted to the metal ball at the end, since no other metal sphere can be used to transfer the kinetic energy, the positional energy of the upwardly rising is formed; thus the kinetic energy is continuously repeated. The transfer of potential energy forms a "Newton pendulum" device that is well known to the average person for long periods of motion.

Typically, these references show structural design techniques related to the application of external forces or gravity to the configuration and kinetic energy and potential energy conversion; if the re-design considers the combination of the rotation mechanism, making its construction different from the practitioner, It will change its use type, which is different from the old one; in essence, it will also increase its application range. For example, making its structural design conform to a minimum energy consumption or the ability to absorb other energy during exercise, so that the rotation mechanism has a longer operating time, even Can use different sports patterns, and have novel and interesting visual effects; or configure a power generating device, through which the self-rotating structure can be used to produce electrical energy and the like, and these problems are in the above None of the references are shown or disclosed. Summary of the invention

 Accordingly, it is a primary object of the present invention to provide a gravity assisted rotation mechanism that provides a structure that is compact and easy to operate for a long time.

 The structure comprises: a plurality of rotating members rotating according to the same rotation center, each having different sizes and symmetrically arranged with the center of rotation; between each rotating member, a plurality of urgings having the same weight And the at least one connecting member is pivotally coupled to form a structure that can be symmetrically pulled between the rotating members; and the driving member and the connecting member can respectively cooperate with each interference disposed on at least a part of the rotating member The portion performs the transformation interference such that the energy possessed by each of the trigger members is transmitted between the respective rotating members and the connecting member through the interference portions to form a cyclical action pattern of energy transfer, and the gravity is provided in the process. The energy that produces a sustainable swing and provides a long-time viewing of the rotation device under conditions of low energy consumption.

 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism is affected by different degrees of torque according to the distance between the rotating member and the axial center; the above-mentioned rotating member is four different in the structure of a feasible embodiment of the present invention. The size of the metal ring body is arranged in a concentric circle shape. When the gravity of a driving member is applied to each of the rotating members, since the larger rotating member is farther from the axis, the ratio is larger than the size. The small rotating member has more acting moments, and the gravity assisting rotating mechanism performs a rotating motion toward the direction of the applied torque obtained by the larger rotating member; accordingly, the majority is arranged according to the same rotating center Around the rotating member, at least one symmetrical guiding member and a combination of connecting members are provided, which are suitable for generating a complementary traction effect, and achieving a long-term continuous rotation effect of light power loss.

Through the design of the above-mentioned gravity-assisted rotating mechanism, a suitable power generating device can be further coupled to accumulate and convert the energy provided by gravity, so as to extend the use of the above-mentioned rotating motion. DRAWINGS

 Figure 1 is an exploded perspective view of the present invention;

 Figure 2 is a perspective assembled view of the present invention;

 Figure 3 is a front combined view of the present invention;

 Figure 4 is a schematic view showing the front operation state of the present invention;

 Figure 5 is a schematic diagram of an application assembly structure of the present invention;

 Figure 6 is a perspective view of a possible embodiment of the coupling power generating device of the present invention; Figure 7 is a plan view of the embodiment shown in Figure 6;

 Fig. 8 is a perspective view showing the re-distribution power storage device of the embodiment shown in Fig. 6. Reference number:

 I gravity assisted rotating mechanism

 10 first rotating ring

 101 second interference department

 I I second rotation ring

 110, 111 fourth knot

 112 First Interference Department

 12 third rotation ring

 121, 122 second guide piece

 1210, 1220 slot

 123, 124 second knot

 125, 126 connecting piece

 127, 128 third card knot

 129 referrals

 13 rotating disk

 130 central hole

131, 132 first pivot point 133, 134 pivot

 135, 136 first guide piece

 137, 138 first "^ knot

 14 card pieces

 20 rotation center or shaft

 30, 31, 32, 33 guides

 301, 311, 321, and 331 outer weights

 302, 312, 322, 332 ejector (rod)

 3021, 3221

 303, 313, 323, 333 through holes

 304, 314, 324, 334 stable points

 34 limiter

 40, 41 elastic components

 5 power generation unit

 50 linkage wheel (or gear)

 51 starting device (such as motor)

 52 generator

 522 center shaft

 53 electric control device

 54 Electrical connection electrical conversion device (such as rectifier or transformer)

 55 power storage device (such as battery)

 56 sensor implementation

Referring to FIG. 1 to FIG. 4 , the gravity assisted rotation mechanism 1 of the present invention includes: a first rotating ring 10 , a second rotating ring 11 , and a third rotating ring 12 which are required to be provided according to the same rotating center or rotating shaft 20 . Rotate The rotating member such as the disk 13 is configured to be coupled with at least two guiding members (30, 31, 32, 33) having outer end weight bodies 301, 311, 321, 331; wherein the rotating disk 13 has the smallest diameter, the third The swirling ring 12 is looped around its outer circumference, the second swirling ring 11 is then surrounded by the outer circumference of the third rotating ring 12, and the first rotating ring 10 is then surrounded by the periphery of the second rotating ring; The urging member is coupled between the above-mentioned respective rotating members in a form in which at least two are symmetrically arranged at 180 degrees apart; wherein:

 The center of the rotating disk 13 is provided with a central hole 130 for linearly interlocking the above-mentioned rotating center or shaft member 20, and is provided with oppositely symmetric first pivoting points 131, 132 and a symmetrical pivot portion. 133, 134, and symmetrical outwardly extending first guiding pieces 135, 136, the peripheral edge may be provided with first engaging portions 137, 138; above the third rotating ring 12, corresponding to the first guiding The pieces 135, 136 extend outwardly to provide a second guiding piece 121 of opposite symmetry, and the second engaging portions 123, 124 corresponding to the first engaging portions 137, 138 face outward and the second guiding The sheets 121 and 122 are separated by a one-degree angle, and are respectively provided with connecting pieces 125 and 126, and the outer periphery of the ring is provided with third engaging portions 127 and 128. On the disk surface, a plurality of pushing portions 129 can be disposed, and the second guiding piece is provided. Above the 121, 122, with the first guiding pieces 135, 136, there are more embedded grooves 1210, 1220 which can be embedded with each other to accommodate the first guiding pieces 135, 136.

 The inner edge of the second rotating ring 11 and the third engaging portions 127 and 128 are provided with fourth engaging portions 110 and 111, and the ring faces are provided with a plurality of first interference portions that are supported in the first rotational direction. 112. The embodiment of the illustration is formed by an "L" shaped sheet that is bent in a single direction.

 The annular surface of the first rotating ring 10 is provided with the same number of second interference portions 101 corresponding to the first interference portion 112, and is supported by the second rotation direction opposite to the first rotation direction. It may also be like the first interference portion 112.

According to the above-mentioned respective rotary members, the first guiding pieces 135, 136 on the rotary disk 13 are fitted into the insertion grooves 1210, 1220 on the second guiding members 121, 122, and outside thereof The end of the extension is pivoted on the second rotating ring 11; the end of the second guiding piece 121, 122 on the third rotating ring 12 is pivoted on the first rotating ring 10, and each connecting piece 125, The end of 126 is also pivoted over the first swirling ring 10, and between the respective engaging portions 110, 111, 127, 128, 123, 124, 137, 138, They are respectively snapped by the engaging members 14.

 The above-mentioned driving members 30, 31, 32, and 33 are respectively combined with a weighting member 301, 311, 321 and 331, and an extension piece (rod) 302, 312, 322, 332, and the weight bodies 301, 311, 321 are In 331, the adjustable weight material is separately placed to finely adjust the weight thereof, and the weight bodies 301, 311, 321, 331 are disposed in the first rotating ring 10 after being assembled with the above-mentioned respective rotating members. At the near end of each of the above-mentioned ejector pins (rods) 302, 312, 322, 332, a through hole 303, 313, 323, 333 is provided corresponding to the above-mentioned center of rotation or shaft 20, and is pivoted with each other, and Each of the plurality of stable points 304, 314, 324, 334 is provided for pivotal coupling on the first pivotal points 131, 132 of the rotating disk 13, and has a plurality of symmetrical extensions (rods) 302, 322 ends, An extended end 3021, 3221; for pivoting on the second rotating ring 11; and different sections of the piece (rod) of each of the guiding pieces (rods) 302, 312, 322, 332 are respectively limited to the first An interference portion 112 and the second interference portion 101, and respectively A type of limiting member 34 an empty skewered each second interference portions 101, and fixed to the movable piece of each primer (lever) 302, 312, 322, top 332, and the first predetermined skewered into the interference portion 112.

 In a possible embodiment, in order to maintain the relative position between the components, a stable state can be maintained during the action, and thus the pivot portions 133, 134 and the third rotation on the rotating disk 13 described above. Between the pushing portions 129 on the movable ring 12 and between the above-mentioned respective limiting members 34 and the center or the rotating shaft 20, the elastic members 40 and 41 are elastically pushed to ensure the slack between the respective components. The phenomenon and the gap are removed to increase the stability of the operation; further, the elastic pushing action of the elastic members 40, the pivot portions 133 and 134 of the rotating disk 13 and the pushing portion 129 of the third rotating ring 12 The elastic member 40 between the two members can elastically accumulate the energy of the natural gravity during the rotation, and then generate the rotation assisting force to the third rotating ring 12; and the elasticity acting on the respective limiting members 34 and the rotating center or the rotating shaft 20 The element 41 can also accumulate the energy of gravity by elastic force during rotation, and then generate a swirling force to the first rotating ring 10 to increase the ability to continuously rotate.

 Referring to FIG. 5, in a feasible embodiment, at least two symmetric guiding members can be further used.

33 gravity-assisted rotating mechanism, combined with a certain angle of symmetry, combined in the same rotation Above the center or shaft 20, it enables a smoother connection of the rotational inertia.

 Referring to FIG. 6 to FIG. 8 again, the present invention further connects a power device or a power generating device 5 on the rotating center or the rotating shaft 20 to convert the accumulated gravity energy into electrical energy by using the power generating device 5, To make full use of the natural force to generate usable energy; as shown, the power generating device 5 can include a linkage wheel (or gear) 50 on the rotating center or the rotating shaft 20, which can respectively be coupled with a starting device (such as a motor). And a linkage portion of the generator 52, the generator 52 is further coupled to an electronic control unit 53, and the electronic control unit 53 is electrically coupled to the electrical conversion device (such as a rectifier or transformer) 54 and the power storage device ( For example, the battery 55, wherein the power storage device 55 can further supply power to the starting device 51 through the electrical conversion device; the rotating center or the rotating shaft 20 is located at the central rotating shaft 522 of the generator 52, A sensor 56 is provided to measure the rotational speed to restart the starting device 51 in time to maintain an optimal power generation speed; and the power required by the starting device 51 can be Power storage device 55 is provided.

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Claims

Claim
A gravity-assisted rotating mechanism, comprising at least two concentric rotating members of different sizes according to a same rotating center or a rotating shaft, and at least one large-sized rotating member and a small-sized rotating member An interference portion having different rotation directions, and at least a pair of guide members coupled between the concentric rotary members, the guide member being constrained between each of the interference portions, the relative The interference portion of the large-sized rotary member generates a support for the rotation-lowering guide member, and the interference portion of the relatively small-sized rotary member generates a support for the rotationally rising guide member.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 1, wherein the rotation member comprises concentric and large and small first rotation rings, second rotation rings, third rotation rings and rotating disks And the urging member is combined with an urging piece (rod) by a weight body, the interference portion on the first slewing ring is set as the second interference portion, and the interference portion on the second slewing ring is set as the first interference portion; a weight body is disposed at a periphery of the first swirling ring, and a proximal end of the ejector piece (rod) is provided with a through hole pivoting a center of rotation or a rotating shaft, and each has a stable point pivotal A first pivot point on the rotating disk, each of the guiding pieces (rods) is respectively limited by different interference portions on the rotating member.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 2, wherein the end of the urging piece (rod) is further provided with an overhanging end for pivoting on the second rotating ring.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 2, wherein a center hole is provided in a center of rotation of the rotary member for interlocking the rotation center or the shaft member, and the rotating disk and the third rotation The ring and the second rotating ring form a mutual engagement.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 4, wherein the snapping is provided by the respective phase group rotating members to be engaged with each other, and is engaged by a locking member.
 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein the rotating disk extends outwardly with at least two symmetric first guiding pieces, and the first guiding piece The outer end is pivoted to the second rotating ring.
The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 6, wherein the third rotation ring And a second guiding piece having a reverse and symmetry extending outwardly corresponding to the first guiding piece, and a fitting groove is formed thereon to fit the first guiding piece I, and the outer end is pivoted It is attached to the first swirling ring.
 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein a third guiding piece is provided with a reverse and symmetrical second guiding piece extending upwardly from the third rotating ring, and The outer end is pivoted to the first swirling ring.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein a third connecting piece that is opposite and symmetrically extends outwardly from the third rotating ring, and the end thereof Combined with the first swirling ring.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 6, wherein a third connecting piece that is opposite and symmetrically extends outwardly from the third rotating ring, and an end thereof is coupled to the first rotating ring.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 7, wherein a third connecting piece that is opposite and symmetrically extends outwardly on the third rotating ring, and an end thereof is coupled to the first rotating ring.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 8, wherein a third connecting piece that is opposite and symmetrically extends outwardly from the third rotating ring, and an end thereof is coupled to the first rotating ring.
 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein the third rotating ring is further provided with a pushing portion, and the rotating disk is provided with a pivoting portion, two When combined, an elastic member is mounted between the pivot portion and the push portion.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 6, wherein the third rotating ring is further provided with a pushing portion, and the rotating disk is provided with a pivoting portion, when the two are combined, The elastic member is disposed between the pivot portion and the push portion.
The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 7, wherein the third rotating ring is further provided with a pushing portion, and the rotating disk is provided with a pivoting portion, when the two are combined, The elastic member is disposed between the pivot portion and the push portion.
The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 8, wherein the third rotating ring is further provided with a pushing portion, and the rotating disk is provided with a pivoting portion, when the two are combined, The elastic member is disposed between the pivot portion and the push portion.
 The gravity-assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 9, wherein the third rotating ring is further provided with a pushing portion, and the rotating disk is provided with a pivoting portion, when the two are combined, The elastic member is disposed between the pivot portion and the push portion.
 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein each of the attracting members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are emptied through the second interference portions. And being fixed on each of the driving pieces (rods), and each of the limiting members and the rotating center or the rotating shaft is pivotally disposed with an elastic member, so that both ends of the elastic member respectively act on the limit And the center of rotation or the shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 18, wherein a further position limiting member is fixed at the first interference portion, and the elastic button rotation center of the elastic member is sleeved on the Limiting parts.
 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 6, wherein each of the attracting members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are vacantly passed through the second interference portions, and are fixed to each Above the ejector piece (rod), and between each of the limiting members and the center of rotation or the rotating shaft, a resilient member is pivoted through the string, so that the two ends of the elastic member respectively act on the limiting member and the center of rotation or On the shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 7, wherein each of the driving members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are emptied through the second interference portions, and are fixed to each Above the ejector piece (rod), and between each of the limiting members and the center of rotation or the rotating shaft, a resilient member is pivoted through the string, so that the two ends of the elastic member respectively act on the limiting member and the center of rotation or On the shaft.
The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 8, wherein each of the attracting members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are vacantly passed through the second interference portions, and are fixed to the respective Above the ejector piece (rod), and between each of the limiting members and the center of rotation or the rotating shaft, a resilient member is pivoted through the string, so that the two ends of the elastic member respectively act on the limiting member and the center of rotation or On the shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 9, wherein each of the attracting members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are vacantly passed through the second interference portions, and are fixed to each Above the ejector piece (rod), and between each of the limiting members and the center of rotation or the rotating shaft, a resilient member is pivoted through the string, so that the two ends of the elastic member respectively act on the limiting member and the center of rotation or On the shaft.
 The gravity-assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 13, wherein each of the guiding members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are emptied through the second interference portions, and are fixed to each Above the ejector piece (rod), and between each of the limiting members and the center of rotation or the rotating shaft, a resilient member is pivoted through the string, so that the two ends of the elastic member respectively act on the limiting member and the center of rotation or On the shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein a resilient member is pivotally disposed between the rotating disk and the third rotating ring, and the two ends of the elastic member are respectively opposite The third swirling ring and the rotating disk generate thrust.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5, wherein a plurality of sets of the rotary member and the actuating member are combined in a rotating center or a rotating shaft Rotating mechanism.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 6, wherein a plurality of sets of rotating mechanisms combined by the rotary member and the actuating member are coupled to the center of rotation or the shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 7, wherein a plurality of sets of rotating mechanisms combined by the rotary member and the actuating member are coupled to the center of rotation or the shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 8, wherein a plurality of sets of rotating mechanisms combined by the rotary member and the actuating member are coupled to the center of rotation or the shaft.
30. The gravity assisted rotation mechanism of claim 9, wherein at the center of rotation Or a plurality of rotating mechanisms combined by the rotating member and the driving member are combined on the rotating shaft.
The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 13, wherein a plurality of sets of rotation mechanisms combined by the rotary member and the urging member are coupled to the rotation center or the rotation shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 18, wherein a plurality of sets of rotation mechanisms combined by the rotary member and the urging member are coupled to the rotation center or the rotation shaft.
 The gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 25, wherein a plurality of sets of rotating mechanisms combined by the rotary member and the actuating member are coupled to the center of rotation or the shaft.
 34. A power generating device matched by a gravity assisted rotating mechanism, characterized in that it has a gravity assisted rotating mechanism, comprising at least two concentric swirling members of different sizes according to the same rotating center or rotating shaft, and at least one of a large-sized rotating member and a small-sized rotating member respectively provided with interference portions of different rotational directions, and at least one pair of guiding members coupled between the concentric rotating members, the driving member Between each of the interference portions, the interference portion of the relatively large-sized rotary member generates a support for the rotation-lowering guide member, and the interference portion of the relatively small-sized rotary member generates a rotation-increasing actuator Holding a support; and a power generating device is coupled to the rotating center or the rotating shaft.
 35. A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 34, wherein the rotating member comprises a concentric and large and small first rotating ring, a second rotating ring, and a third rotating The moving ring and the rotating disk; and the driving member is combined with a pushing piece (rod) by a weight body, the interference portion on the first rotating ring is set as the second interference portion, and the interference portion on the second rotating ring is set as the first An interference portion; wherein the weight body is disposed at a periphery of the first swirling ring, and a proximal end of the ejector piece (rod) is provided with a through hole capable of pivoting a center of rotation or a rotating shaft, and each has a stable point A first pivot point is pivoted on the rotating disk, and each of the guiding pieces (rods) is respectively restricted by different interference portions on the rotating member.
 36. A power generating apparatus coupled to a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 35, wherein an extension end of the extension piece (rod) is further provided for pivoting over the second rotation ring.
37. The power generating device according to claim 35, wherein a rotating center of the rotating member is provided with a central hole for interlocking the rotating center or the shaft member, and rotating the disk The third rotating ring and the second rotating ring form a mutual connection.
38. The power generating device of the gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein the rotating disk extends outwardly with at least two symmetric first guiding pieces, and the first The outer end of the guiding piece is pivoted to the second rotating ring.
 39. A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein a third guide piece extending inwardly and symmetrically is provided on the third rotating ring And its outer end is pivoted to the first swirling ring.
 40. The power generating device cooperated with the gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein a second connecting piece that is opposite and symmetrically extends outwardly on the third rotating ring, And its end is bonded to the first swirling ring.
 41. A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein a third pushing ring is further provided with a pushing portion, and a pivoting plate is disposed above the rotating disk When the two are combined, the elastic member is mounted between the pivot portion and the push portion.
 The power generating device according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein each of the driving members is received by each of the interference portions, and at least a part of the limiting members are emptied. The two interference portions are fixed on the respective driving pieces (rods), and between the limiting members and the rotating center or the rotating shaft, a spring element is pivoted through the string, so that the two ends of the elastic element respectively act on The limiting member and the rotating center or the rotating shaft.
 43. A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein a resilient member is pivoted between the rotating disk and the third rotating ring, and two of the elastic members are The ends generate thrust on the third rotating ring and the rotating disk, respectively.
 The power generating device cooperated with the gravity assisted rotation mechanism according to claim 35 or 36 or 37, wherein a plurality of sets of said rotary member and said actuating member are combined on a rotating center or a rotating shaft a rotating mechanism.
The power generating device of the gravity assisting rotating mechanism according to claim 34 or 35 or 36 or 37, wherein the power generating device comprises a linkage wheel mounted on the rotating center or the rotating shaft. The linkage wheels are respectively coupled to a starting device and a power generating device.
The power generating device cooperated with the gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 34 or 35 or 36 or 37, wherein the power generating device is further coupled with an electronic control device, and then electrically coupled by the electronic control device Power storage device.
 The power generating device according to claim 45, wherein said power generating device is coupled to an electronic control device, and said electric control device is electrically coupled to a power storage device.
 48. A power generating apparatus coupled to a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 46, wherein said electronic control unit is electrically coupled to an electrical switching device.
 49. A power generating apparatus coupled to a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 47, wherein said electronic control unit is electrically coupled to an electrical switching device.
 A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 46, wherein said electronic control unit reconnects said starting means.
 A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 47, wherein said electronic control unit reconnects said starting means.
 52. A power generating apparatus coupled to a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 48, wherein said electronic control unit reconnects said starting means.
 53. A power generating apparatus associated with a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 50, wherein said electronic control unit electrically couples said starting unit via an electrical switching unit.
 54. A power generating apparatus coupled to a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 51, wherein said electronic control unit electrically couples said starting means via an electrical switching means.
 55. A power generating apparatus equipped with a gravity assisted rotating mechanism according to claim 52, wherein said electronic control unit electrically couples said starting means via an electrical switching means.
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