Evermobile generator of hydroelectric power, of ascending - descending water motion
The invention refers to a perpetual motion generator of ascending - descending water motion by using the water itself alone, which moves non-stop and up and down through the full proof duct being constantly filled with water from the lower water tank and its repromotion by means of pumping and through two ducts, towards the elevated water tank, following once again the same motion through the central duct, in a manner where continuous and steady water falling upon the paddle - wheel can be achieved resulting in electric power.
The hydroelectrically generated power is well known and is widely used needing, however, running water which, after its falling upon the paddle wheel, moves away from the production unit. It is even known :
That in all the hydroelectric power plants of this technique, great and inexhaustible quantities of water are required which, after it has reached the unit and has fallen upon the paddle wheel, in turn moves away continuing its movement forward and without return.
For such a hydroelectric power unit to function, its construction by rivers , greater or smaller, or even water-course ditches carrying quantities of water is a Must because in this way the quantity of running water and its use can be achieved and
That the current facts and data of the afore mentioned water sources , though a few, still they offer limited electric power which can hardly meet the existing needs for electric energy being completed- substituted as a result of this by other sources of energy namely oil, lignite, nuclear etc. with the resultant environmental pollution and the ubiquitous and onerous consequences to the detriment of the planet and the human species to mention at least.
These disadvantages cease to exist completely with the invention at hand and for the implementation of which nor huge or inexhaustible quantities are needed, nor
oil, nor lignite, nor nuclear energy , no other alternative source of energy required.
The invention at hand refers to the generation of hydroelectric power using the same and very specific water which does not move away from the production unit after its falling upon the paddle wheel, but it moves non-stop within the unit being repromoted from the lower to the elevated tank with the electric energy that produces itself resulting in its constant up-and-down movement to fall once again upon the same paddle wheel, generating thus, pollutant - free to humans and the environment electric energy. An invention, consisting of and containing two tanks collecting the same recycled water and of which is elevated as to the other, a central and all around in the sides closed duct, constantly filled and incessantly supplied by the elevated water tank, which starts from the elevated tank and ends in a narrowing before the paddle wheel, through the spout of which, located on each upper part and always beneath the surface of the existing and collected water, enters and then descends always in declining movement within the very duct and upon its exit, falls upon the paddles of the wheel and in turn to the lower tank so that the same movement can be repeated infinitely, provisional plug for the opening of the water exit from the duct to the paddle wheel which can be removed upon the beginning of the functioning of the unit and the outflow, axle below this duct, paddle wheel incorporated in this axle, on whose paddles the water falls heavy from the duct resulting thus in the spinning movement of itself and, simultaneously of the axle to which is incorporated and surrounds it, two electric generators located on either sides, right and left of the paddle wheel, also incorporated to the same axle, producing electric power, two pumps on either ending of the same axle which starts with electric current from the electric generators and pump water, which is collected in the lower tank after its falling upon the paddle wheel and two ducts for the return of this water in the elevated tank, in such a way that the same up and down movement is repeated and simultaneously, the constant and steady generation of hydroelectric energy. We know the aforementioned from exhibit A.
The invention at hand aims to achieve in the possibility of creation and putting
into effect hydroelectric generators of energy in accordance with what are mentioned above in all parts of the world since, this one, has no need of, nor is it dependent upon free moving water and without return, nor does it need its continually repeated use, and essentially to rid the world and the planet of the pollution being brought about by using other sources of energy which afflict mankind with immeasurable damage and subjecting it to overwhelming expenses.
In accordance with the invention this is accomplished thanks to the possibility of operating hydroelectric units producing such quality energy and, indeed as much as it is needed or pursued in any part of the globe adjusting accordingly all the techniques to the above mentioned order.
The greater the distance is between the two water tanks ( the lower and the higher) the greater the potential is of exponential hydroelectric energy by creating in the in between distance one or even more water tanks which wil be working by analogy in the same fashion and means as when it is in the case of only two water tanks, three ( or even more ), paddle wheels, one ( or more ) central ducts of descending water, four (or more), reversal ducts from the remaining ducts to the elevate of all to the upper most, four ( or more ) E/P, four ( or more) water reversal pumps, in which case using the same technique one achieves an exponential electric power output.
We know the afore mentioned from exhibit B.
The invention is described below and refers to two exhibits attached herewith, out of which: Exhibit A, depicts the technical ground of the invention with reference to two water collection tanks(1) one being uplifted to the other, one duct and, all around on its sides, a covered duct(2), out of which there comes down the water, one provisional plug(3) at the point of the water exit to the paddle wheel, so that the water inside the duct can be preserved and not flow out until the production of the unit starts, in which case is removed, one paddle wheel(4) one rotary axle(5) two E/P(6)-electric generators, one being in the right while the other on the paddle wheel, two pumps(7) and two ducts(8) for the repromotion of the water
from the lower tank to the elevated one. For the operation of the unit as well as for electric power production the water required is as much as it is needed, on the one hand for full completion of the central duct while on the other, in order for its surface in the elevated tank to fully cover the opening of the entrance into the central duct in such a fashion that the repeated up - and - down use of the same water, permits both, the operation of an electric power plant wherever in the world this may be an far of rivers and water canals. Furthermore, no harmful particles are emitted, injurious to the environment or byproducts whatsoever, removing thus the injurious repercussions both to the environment and to the planet being triggered by pollution resulting as it is from different sources of energy, namely oil, lignite, nuclear materials.
Exhibit B, depicts the technical ground of the invention which is interrelated and pertains to: three or more tanks of water collection(l ), one central duct for descending water(2)
Three plugs or more, at any rate in an equal number to the water exits towards the paddle wheels(3), three or more paddle wheels(4), three or more axles(5), four or more E/P(6), four pumps for water restoration in the uppermost system aimed for water collection(7), four or more water -recovery ducts (8) from each lower system to the uppermost one, in which case, the water pole entrances and exits to the ducts are more than two, resulting in the whole invention - system to be marked as 'complex', plus three water exits, out of which two are to be found on the sides of the trunk of the central duct, while the third one in the lower part of the said duct with a potential to bear two or more central ducts and, by implication, one way or the other, having exponentially greater technical features, by analogy, to those one pertaining to the application- depiction of the invention in exhibit A - and, as a result of it a multifold output in electric power.