Title:
Power engine provided
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
To cause the reversal of the pull of gravity, on a held liquid density, so that it can be supported to height by air weight and lifted by effortless displacement and a minimum of friction and transported through governing valve stops to be emptied at height, by using a held supported dual vertical and connected tube columns and joining horizontally supported, sliding governor tube, for a new type of liquid pump.



Inventors:
Hooper, Robert Malcolm (Kyneton, AU)
Application Number:
11/264356
Publication Date:
05/03/2007
Filing Date:
11/02/2005
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
417/568
International Classes:
F04B23/04
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Primary Examiner:
BAYOU, AMENE SETEGNE
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Robert Malcolm Hooper (Kyneton, Vic., AU)
Claims:
1. A pump for lifting liquids, comprising, ‘two conduits’ of inlet, and an outlet which, in use, lies above the inlet in a direction along the length of the conduit, both the inlet and the outlet being provided with non-return valves, the volume of the conduit being variable, the pump further comprising reciprocating drive means for repeatedly varying the volume of the conduit so as to draw liquid in through the inlet valve by increasing said volume and to expel liquid through the outlet valve by decreasing said volume, the conduit being upstanding and filled with liquid when in normal operation, and the outlet valve being airtight, when closed in use of the pumps, - - - , with a dual regaining effort joining the entire travel for double volume R.P.M.

2. A pump according to claim 1, wherein said outlet valve is provided in a lower surface of a reservoir for holding a portion of the liquid expelled through the outlet valve, said outlet valve being sealed against passage of the liquid into the conduit when closed, and liquid held in the reservoir covering said outlet valve to provide said airtightness, and also air sealed covering for the driving shaft for friction travel gain.

3. A pump according to either one of the preceding claims, wherein said conduit comprises ‘two’ conduit, upstanding in use of the pump, and a sealed, auxiliary conduit, extending horizontally in use of the pump and communicating with the main conduit said auxiliary conduit having a horizontally mobile wall portion to provide said variable volume.

4. A pump according to claim 3 wherein said mobile wall portion has mounted thereon . . . a pulley wheel, the driving being driven to reciprocate in a horizontal direction in use by means of the combination of a belt, mounted on said pulley wheel and extending to a further pulley wheel which is mounted offset on a motor-driven rotatable shaft, with return means acting on the driving rotation of said shaft repeatedly driving the shaft, and therefore the mobile wall portion, by means of the belt, in a direction against the action of the return means, such that the volume of the auxiliary conduit fluctuates, thereby drawing liquid into the main conduit through the inlet thereof, and pumping liquid out of the liquid outlet. In a new continuos cycle of the improved joined auxiliary means of return stroke gain.

5. A pump according to claim 4, wherein said auxiliary conduit comprises a loop, communicating with the main conduit at each of its ends, said mobile wall portion comprising an outer portion of said loop with respect to the main conduit and said shaft being mounted between said outer portion and the main conduit, the return means acting between the opposite travel means of improved water outflow.

6. A pump according to claim 4 wherein said auxiliary conduit comprises a loop, communicating with the main conduit at each of its ends and the mobile wall portion comprises a central portion of the formed auxiliary means.

7. A pump according to claim 6 wherein said central portion of the loop seats telescopically on the end portions of the loop, horizontal reciprocation of the shaft acting to vary the effective length of the loop in the direction of reciprocation.

8. A pump according to any one of claims 4 to 8 wherein said return means comprises resilient return means for power regaining travel.

9. A pump according to any one of claims 3 to 8, wherein the main conduit comprise two main dual conduits, which communicate with each other via the auxiliary conduits.

10. A pump according to any one of claims 4 to 10 wherein said return means comprises a double drive effort.

11. A pump substantially as described hereinbefore, with reference to the accompanying drawing.

Description:

The Invention relates to a new means of lifting liquid and expelling it at height.

It has been found that in known pumps of a vertically lifting, single barrel type, no means is provided for supporting the liquid held in the barrel during an intake stroke movement, which has to push against topmost air weight.

According to this Invention there is provided a new, Improved Pump Action, for travel claiming action practice means, on R.P.M. comprising two dual joined and opposite working conduits having an inlet and outlet for each similar means, achieving a continuous liquid from the practicing changed system and the outlet being provided with non-return valves, the volume of the conduit being variable, the pump further comprising reciprocating drive means for repeatedly varying the volume of the conduit so as to draw liquid in through the inlet valve by increasing said volume and to expel liquid through the outlet valve by decreasing said volume, the conduit being upstanding and entirely filled with liquid when in normal operation, and the outlet valve being airtight, when closed in use of the pump.

In embodiments of the invention, said outlet valve is provided in a lower surface of a reservoir for holding a portion of the liquid expelled through the outlet valve, said outlet valve being sealed against passage of the liquid into the conduit when closed, and liquid held in the reservoir covering said outlet valve to provide said airtightness.

Preferably, said conduit comprises TWO main conduits upstanding in use of the pump, and a sealed, auxiliary conduit, extending horizontally in use of the pump and communicating with the main conduit, said auxiliary conduit having a horizontally mobile wall portion to provide said variable volume, for the newly formed auxiliary two conduits.

In a particularly efficient, low-friction embodiment, said mobile wall portion has mounted thereon a housing for pulley wheel, the said gain being driven to reciprocate in a horizontal direction reuse by means of the combination of a drive belt, mounted on said pulley wheel and extending to a further pulley wheel which is mounted offset on a motor-driven rotatable shaft, with resilient return means acting on the given rotation of said shaft repeatedly drawing the auxiliary and therefore the mobile wall portion, by means of the drive belt, in a direction against the action of the return means, such that the volume of the auxiliary conduit fluctuates, thereby pumping liquid which has been drawn into the main conduit through the inlet thereof, out of the liquid outlet.

A specific embodiment of this liquid pump, by means of a joined and telescoped auxiliary conduit which provides a dual pump action, overcomes the load of the pumped liquid and minimises the overall load carried by the drive means to friction/traction alone. Atmospheric pressure will hold liquid in the pump to a height of 34 feet at sea level, if the pump is sealed during operation against air intake.

The main conduit may comprise four supported and vertically standing columns or barrels 3, as in the accompanying sketch, which are able to hold their height of liquid at all times, because of a gravity reversal effect caused by the air pressure on the basic tank feeder source surface. The extension and compression of volume of the pump, with associated holding and lifting of liquid, is governed by opposite holding valves fitted to the end regions of the said columns, so that each backward or forward sliding movement at the auxiliary conduit is supported and gives an ever changing volume in the interior

A specific embodiment of this new Improvement to said liquid pump, by means of a double dual and similiar formation of the auxiliary conduits for working practice providing for twice the lift over the same time of travel, by making use of the reclaiming stroke action and also the said lift still carried by only the friction travel and new type air sealed mechanics.

For the start of the said, “Improved means,” of the said pumping system, LIQUID PUMP . . . AU. No. 44077/85 for the vertical height lift of the water loading with the topmost valves primed and the bottom most valves forced open 10 and the horizontal earth bearing action on the same travel of the auxiliary's new formed conduits which is the caused effort means for the lifting Power Gaining R.P.M.

The new practice working gain is in effort friction of travel alone. Whereas water freefall always varies between 8, 9 or 10 for exceleration.

FIG. 1. is the Invention shown in Side Elevation basically as seen in circular mode,and there is provided a powered 3 returning Liquid Pumping System, which is explained in detail as follows, for duplicate means.

  • 1. The Outer Holder Frame and improved means of the said Pump's mechanisms are of a practable size and shape to support it's mechanisms,in practice work.
  • 2. The Reservoir Tank may be any affixed water source.
  • 3. The Primary Columns are 34 feet height maximum, of a vertical supported nature, to be right angular at topmost and Intake holding to valve action, and in duplicate of practice
  • 4. The Auxiliary Fitting is to be the same inner fitting as 3. for inner practice means, and in duplicate practice
  • 5. The starting Motor to be of a suited power for drive means,
  • 6. to 16. Any suited Valve opposite means and generating force apparatus mechanisms. By this new, Specific Embodiment follows.

The above said rotating means carried forth causes the outward travelling drive back and foreward to the displacement of the upward setting of the valve move under prime-ing cover, the regain now action giving, a continual power action by the same effort of R.P.M. as is used by my former A U. Invention, (in it's recharging power loss.)