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Water Wave Energy Harvesting Power Producing Stations as the Only Solution Avoid Coming Point of No Return
Innovation
Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2020, Pages: 6-17
Received: Dec. 10, 2020; Accepted: Dec. 22, 2020; Published: Dec. 31, 2020
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George Nerubenko, NER*MAR Limited, Toronto, Canada
David Flowers, NER*MAR Limited, Toronto, Canada
Cyril Nerubenko, NER*MAR Limited, Toronto, Canada
Dmitry Gurevich, NER*MAR Limited, Toronto, Canada
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Abstract
The newly invented and patented as US Patent on energy harvesting power producing apparatus is considered in the paper. This device could have the various applications. The authors consider the most effective application – to use it as the water wave energy harvesting power producing station. Based on analysis of numerous facts, evidences, articles, observations it is confirmed that the point of no return has high probability to happen in coming 20 – 30 years. It means that at a point of no return the catastrophic impact of the damaged Mother Nature would ruin the mankind. In coming point of no return the increase of our planet temperature; increase the climate change, increase of CO2, etc., will happen. Then the people will begin die due to dirty atmosphere, harmful and dangerous water and poisoned food. The authors provide the proof that the water wave energy harvesting power producing stations can guarantee only solution avoid coming point of no return. The proposed device is the vibration energy harvesting damper that is adjustable to a broad range of frequencies. The device includes a support structure that is securable to a vibrating object, a tuned mass retained by the support structure and movable in a rectilinear direction, a magnet vibrationally coupled to and spaced apart from the tuned mass, a coil surrounding the magnet, and at least one biasing assembly connecting two or more of the support structure, the tuned mass and the magnet. The at least one biasing assembly includes a fixed biasing member and an adjustable biasing member arranged in parallel. The adjustable biasing member is configured to adjust the combined stiffness coefficient of the biasing assembly. There were analytical study, design, manufacturing and test provided for proposed advance schemes of the water wave energy harvesting power producing station. It was concluded that such station would be effective to replace fossil-fuel station and solar panel and wind turbine stations.
Keywords
Point of No Return, Water Wave Energy Harvesting Power Producing Station, “Green” Electricity
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George Nerubenko, David Flowers, Cyril Nerubenko, Dmitry Gurevich, Water Wave Energy Harvesting Power Producing Stations as the Only Solution Avoid Coming Point of No Return, Innovation. Vol. 1, No. 1, 2020, pp. 6-17. doi: 10.11648/j.innov.20200101.12
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