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Unlimited and continuous pneumatic generating system to be driven with the sea wave force

Image Number 12 for United States Patent #4661716.

It is an unlimited and continuous pneumatic generating system to be driven with the sea-wave force (the power to be generated may optionally be designed). This system can effectively absorb the motive force of sea-waves from almost any direction, and can convert that force into a mechanical force, which is further converted into a pneumatic force. The pneumatic force is transmitted to the shore, being divided into two portions, of which one portion (A) is used for generating electric power, while the other portion (B) is to be stored up as a spare energy, which may be used upon having no sea-wave force to be absorbed from the sea for directly generating power.

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