As of 09/04/2017, this website has a new addition, where power generators are concerned. If interested, please read on below.
WGPG - Waterline Gravity Powered Generator
D=Water Tank, Secondary
The followning is a description of a Waterline Power Generator system. It is left up to the reader to determine actual measurments required in order to make this basic system work, for whatever actual Power Generator Unit is being turned and worked by this basic system.
This basic idea here, is to utilize a series of water tanks that can be filled with for example, 20,000lbs of water or however much weight is needed, in order to, with the help of however much leverage is needed? Put force, with the help of gravity on the way down, onto a Transmission assembly, that will then go ahead and turn a power generator from there. The power from the power generator will then have to be used to power the water pumps that take water from the secondary water tank at the bottom of the unit and fill the primary tanks back up once the springs that hold them in place, have pushed the water tanks back up again, after the water is let out of the water tanks. This basic procedure will happen continuously, over and over again from water tank to water tank, in such an order that the power generator, connected to the transmission, will be kept in a constant spinning motion, 24/7. The only power required here, is the power for the water pumps to fill each of the water tanks and a the power needed for the computer and servo motors to release the water from the water tanks, so the spring loaded action can take place and allow the tanks to go back into the upward position. Again, this process is to continue, over and over again, to keep the Power Generator Unit spining at all times.
The amount of time it takes for each of the water tanks to come down after being filled and released to go down? Can be determined by the way the transmission assembly is built and geared and connected to the Generator Power Unit from there. All of the intricate parts for this assembly, their exact measurements and weight and build materials and so forth and so on can be determined by an actual engineer. This is just a basic process outlined here, that might actually work, if implemented correctly.
As for the maintaining of water in the unit? The unit can sealed and fitted with Air Condensors, to pull water out of the Air itself and replace any lost water from the Unit itself.
Again, please take note, this is just a basic idea that might work, if put together correctly? Thank-you for reading. Have a great day.