WO2013029065A2 - A hydro engine and a pump powered by water - Google Patents

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WO2013029065A2
WO2013029065A2 PCT/AP2011/000003 AP2011000003W WO2013029065A2 WO 2013029065 A2 WO2013029065 A2 WO 2013029065A2 AP 2011000003 W AP2011000003 W AP 2011000003W WO 2013029065 A2 WO2013029065 A2 WO 2013029065A2
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Jeremia SUNDIRE
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Sundire Jeremia
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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
    • F03BMACHINES OR ENGINES FOR LIQUIDS
    • F03B17/00Other machines or engines
    • F03B17/02Other machines or engines using hydrostatic thrust
    • F03B17/04Alleged perpetua mobilia

Abstract

Refined petroleum used as fuel in internal combustion engines is called petrol. This invention also provides water being pumped in a unique pumping system by a newly invented pump, to power what is now called a hydro-engine. The system comprises set of two water storage tanks (36) and (37). The two tanks are made in a way that tank (36) is located at the top of tank (37) and between the tanks is a space where a shaft (35) a turbine and a crankshaft (28) are located. Pipes (29) which deliver water from (37) to (36) are driven reciprocally by a crankshaft (28) attached to shaft (35) which is powered by hydro turbine (20). The turbine is set in motion by the water from a hydrant-pipe, that gashes water from (36) against it, and the water drops into tank (37). The water is delivered back to member (36) by pipes (29) through pumping system (6) attached at the bottom of the pipes (29) in the bottom of tank (37). Thus circulation of the water, results in making the system a hydro-engine and pump powered by water, this circulation is done very fast and powerfully.

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TITLE OF INVENTION: A HYDRO ENGINE AND A PUMP POWERED BY WATER.
THIS INVENTION RELATES TO A HYDRO - ENGINE.
The invention provides a pump which is also an engine, powered by water, to pump liquids containing suspended particles. The system comprises a set of pipes (29) driven in a reciprocating movement by a crankshaft (28) attached to a shaft (35) driven by a speed gear (34) which also is driven by a hydro turbine (20) powered by a hydrant pipe (21), which gashes water against a hydro-turbine, from member (36).
Many known pumps are driven by fuel engines, some by electricity, or manually driven. The world relies mainly on fuel engines and electricity. Main problems found on fuel engines are fuel price hiking, emissions of dangerous gases in the air like carbon monoxide from petrol engines, carbon dioxide from diesel engines. When electricity is used, high percentage of polluting the air is expected from coal power stations, high bills of money are charged e.g to those operating irrigations, also power shading is to be expected any time. All these problems are found to people running their pumps with fuel engines and electricity.
We also have many pumps which are manually operated, which demands one to be fit to operate it. Some need more than one person to operate , thus leaving other jobs unattended to, and its already a problem. But this hydro-engine and pump is fuel and electricity free to run, because of its system which is driven by wate . Therefore it solves all the above problems found in the pumps driven by fuel , electricity and manual engines, thus solving the world's problem.
One object of this invention is to provide a pump run by a water-powered engine which is able to pump liquids containing suspended particles and is able to maintain such particles in suspension. The second object is to provide a water -powered engine which can drive pumps and electricity generators.
The invention provides a pump which is also an engine, powered by water, to pump liquids containing suspended particles. The system comprises a set of pipe (29) driven in a reciprocating movement by a crankshaft (28) attached to a shaft (35) driven by a speed gear (34) which also is driven by a hydro turbine (20) powered by a hydrant pipe (21), which gashes water against a hydro turbine, from member (36).
Pipes (29) are to be screwed to the delivery valves (6). Perforated structure (9) is screwed to member (11). A delivery valve (6) which always deliver liquid from member (37) through pipe (29) to member (36), comprises a rectangular member (12), this accommodates a well grooved member (4) a non returnable valve (2) which closes at (3) which opens when a heavy push is experienced by a down stroke against groove (4) to move (13).
The liquid is driven into (16) where air is driven upwards as well as water, with the help of a weighted see - saw cup system (5), this then makes the pumping system very light easy. The pumping system is applicable to manual pumping of water, petrol and paraffin, by coupling 32 on member 23.
This invention of a hydro - engine differs very much with all other known engines and pumps in that, it does not use fuel or electricity to run, it uses water (H20). We have an example of engines that use diesel or petrol e.g Lister Engines to run grinding mills and pumps like Mono pump, National pumps. Also Chinese Engines like Changfu to run Mono pumps, Grinding mills and even cooking oil and peanut butter machines. All these pumps are to be run by electricity or diesel and petrol, but this invention uses water (H20) to do the same type of work, as well as generating electricity.
The second most interesting difference of this invention from others is that it is an extra ordinary pumping system, which is an engine system as well, this then makes it a unique system.
The invention resides in a pump having a pipe with two liquid tanks on its top and bottom, a delivery valve is being reciprocated in the bottom tank by means of a crank shaft powered by a hydro-turbine.
The reciprocating system enables the water pressure to be built in member 36, which will be released through member (33) at a very fast gashing speed against members (22) on a turbine. Members (22) are bleds with weights underneath which helps the turbine to have a very powerful momentum, this then enables the engine to run a grinding mill, a pump, a car and generation of electricity without using fuel, which is an advantage of not polluting the air, also doing away with the problem of fuel. A power station of electricity can be expected from the system.
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The invention will be more fully understood in the light of the description made with the reference to the accompanying drawings of which:
Fig 1 is a simplified view of the pump and water engine of this invention.
Fig 2 is a view of the lowest part of the valve of the invention.
Fig 3 is a view of the valve of the invention.
Fig 4 is a sectional view of the crankshaft, the delivery pipes, the speed gear, the hydrant pipe, the shaft and the turbine.
Description of the embodiments The first embodiment in fig 1 is directed to the hydro engine and a pump compromising member (6) situated at the end of member (29) also then is groove (4) and a non return valve (2) found in fig 3 as to provide member (29) of liquid which is to be pressurised to member (36).
The second embodiment in fig 2 is directed to a valve member (9) which provides member (6) with clean liquid for smooth running of hydro engine.
The third embodiment in fig 3 and 4 is directed to member (6) and (29) of which member (6) is to be screwed to member (29) and also member (29) is attached to member (28) and (35) by members (25) and (26). A smooth running to be experienced is enabled by member (24) which is a speed bearing to encounter the speed from member (34). Member (34) is a speed gear with a built in generator, driven by member (20) from hydrant member (21) which is supported by member (36) on fig 1.
The hydro-engine and pump invention can be shifted to manual use as to pump water and can be adapted to superstructures according to whether it is actuated by a simple manual operation liver intend for only 1 person. A woman or a grade two child can actuate it without undue effort for the requirements of a family.
The hydro-engine and pump in accordance with the invention may also be used on mines for the extraction of water from the mine, since it has a cleaning system member (6).
It will be appreciated that the invention is not limited to the specific example described and illustrated. For example the members (29) can feed water into member (36) as a single pipe, this enables member (36) to be erected at a higher height or level which makes it easy to even erect an electricity power station for the country.

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CLAIMS:
1. Hydro-engine and pump comprising a set of pipes (29) driven and reciprocating movement by a crankshaft (28) attached to a shaft (35) driven by a speed gear (34) which also is driven by a hydro turbine (20) powered by a hydrant pipe (21) which gashes water against a hydro turbine from member (36).
2. Hydro-engine and pump as claimed in claim 1 wherein pipes (29) are attached to a crankshaft (28)
3. Hydro-engine and pump as claimed in claim (2) wherein turbine (20) and hydrant pipe (21) are linked by the liquid which initiates motion as to link speed gear (34) through (23).
4. Hydro-engine and pump as claimed in claim (3), (4) and (5) wherein grooved non return (6) is attached to the lower part of pipe (29)so as to deliver the fluid to member (36) as the system gets in motion.
5. Hydro-engine and pump as claimed in claim (6) wherein a non stop power or influence system created by boxed fluid i.e. member (36) is experienced due to the link of (21) to (36) as per distance of the head link.
6. Hydro-engine and pump as claimed in claim (7) wherein the lower box (37) links pipe (29) and delivers the flow of fluid to (36) via crankshaft (28) allowing a reciprocating link.
7. The pressure of this Hydro-engine and pump invention is created by a set of pipes (29) which feeds member (36) with the liquid which in turn is pressurized against member (20) through a hydrant pipe (21), from member (36), to create a smooth running Hydro-engine system, which does not require expensive parts to maintain as does many known fuel engines.
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GB191219669A (en) * 1912-08-28 1913-01-30 George Hughes Improved Means of and Apparatus for Obtaining Motive Power.
DE19613599A1 (en) * 1995-04-17 1996-11-14 Kiyotatsu Fukai Hydraulic generation of electricity
WO2006025048A2 (en) * 2004-08-30 2006-03-09 Hydro-Industries Tynat Ltd. Water turbine motor with outlet buffer reservoir

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
GB191219669A (en) * 1912-08-28 1913-01-30 George Hughes Improved Means of and Apparatus for Obtaining Motive Power.
DE19613599A1 (en) * 1995-04-17 1996-11-14 Kiyotatsu Fukai Hydraulic generation of electricity
WO2006025048A2 (en) * 2004-08-30 2006-03-09 Hydro-Industries Tynat Ltd. Water turbine motor with outlet buffer reservoir

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