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Title:
CONTINUOUS OPERATION OF A SHAFT BY MEANS OF GRAVITY
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2017/134477
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The invention relates to a device that comprises four hydraulic pistons (A), (B), (C) and (D), four pumps being secured to each of the four arms, on the condition that hydraulic arm (A) works with hydraulic arm (B) and hydraulic arm (C) works with hydraulic arm (D). Hydraulic arm (A) ascends to gain potential energy by means of gravity, and when hydraulic arm (A) descends, same actuates a metal chain that actuates a speed-increasing gearbox to which is secured a hydraulic oil pump that pumps oil to hydraulic arm (B), thereby raising same. Consequently, hydraulic arm (B) gains potential energy that can be reused to raise hydraulic arm (A) after same loses potential energy when descending. The process continues thus: hydraulic arm (A) descends and hydraulic arm (B) ascends, hydraulic arm (B) descends and hydraulic arm (A) ascends. Hydraulic arms (C) and (D) work together in exactly the same way. In this manner, continuous energy is provided by means of gravity. With respect to the remaining pumps, they are connected to a hydraulic motor having 12 oil inlets and 12 outlets. When the pumps are operated, a driveshaft rotates continuously, as the descent of hydraulic arm (A) precedes the descent of hydraulic arm (C) by half a stroke. This ensures oil flow into the motor, even when either arm (A) or (B) stops when one reaches the lowest point (descent) and the other reaches the highest point (stopping), exchanging positions after stopping for a few seconds. The number of pumps can be reduced to only two on a single hydraulic arm.

Inventors:
NASSER ABDULLAH, Fouad (Al Quwaitai, OM)
Application Number:
IB2016/000117
Publication Date:
August 10, 2017
Filing Date:
February 05, 2016
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Assignee:
NASSER ABDULLAH, Fouad (Al Quwaitai, OM)
International Classes:
F03G3/00; F03B17/00; F03B17/02; F03D9/14; F03D9/16; F03G7/10
Domestic Patent References:
WO2001042648A12001-06-14
Foreign References:
US20030214135A12003-11-20
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