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The originator of this idea has asked me to evaluated the idea , as I have no experience with this sort of device I have informed him that I will placed it at this website, in the hope that others that come across this idea may shed some light on it's possible value, and also be willing to share it with the author involved.


Description:

With the indifference of pressure in the oceans (the deeper, the more pressure, and the closest to the surface the less pressure), and gravity also being a factor, this mechanism will rotate a generator to produce electricity.

By placing the pistons in the shafts, all ends of the pistons need to be sealed airtight.

All bladders will need to be filled approximately half way with air.

When this mechanism is placed on the floor of an ocean, the bladders that are the deepest will be crushed due to the intense pressure causing the free floating pistons to be forced up the shaft.

This causes the mechanism to become top heavy.

The bladder on the opposite end of the shaft will be inflated like a balloon.

This top-heavy shaft will be pulled down by gravity, rotating the axle turns the generator producing labor and pollution free energy.

The axle on the mechanism does not have to be limited to three interlocking sets of shafts as seen in the picture.

More or less may be added or subtracted depending on how large the axle is built.

At least two sets of shafts need to be on an axle to act as a counterbalance and each set of interlocking shafts need to offset each other to prevent the rotation from stalling.

If this mechanism is placed strategically with the flow of the oceans current, energy output may be increased.

The ratchet on the side of the generator is to help prevent reverse movement

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