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In the base of the work of pneumahydraulic engine (mechanism) lies the character of pulling the bodies that lodged in it and have less unit weight. Pneumohydraulic engine consists of fluid container reinforced to the immovable support, which de bene esse we can designate "STATOR" and rotating unit inserted in it, which de bene esse we can designate "ROTOR". Pic.1. The "STATOR" is the operating chamber of the pneumohydraulic engine and as it was already mentioned above is a fluid container reinforced to the immovable support. The fluid (water) filled in the stator is the workspace of the pneumahydraulic engine. Inside "STATOR" can usual atmospheric pressure as well as artificially increased high pressure. "ROTOR" is the main rotating (exploited) unit of the pneumahydraulic engine and consists of wings (arms) perpendicularly quiescently reinforced to the axis, to the edges of which are reinforced pneumohydraulic chambers made of elastic materials and able to be widened under the influence of some pressing force of operating mix (concentrated air). The inner environment of the pneumahydraulic cambers though the perforation in the wings (arms) is joint with the linear perforation in the axis, trough which with necessary periodic behavior it communicates one time with containers under high pressure in other time - with atmosphere. Depending on the position of the chamber made of elastic materials the air-sharing unit with electromagnetic drops place at the edges of the axis one time it opens the outlet of the chamber of operating mix (concentrated air), which is under the high pressure, ipso facto giving the possibility to that chamber to be filled with operating mix (concentrated air) immediately, another time it opens the drop of free communication between that chamber and the atmosphere, giving possibility to the chambers made of elastic materials to be immediately emptied that is to be displaced in the atmosphere. When the drop joining together the pneumatic chamber and operating mix is in the "open" position the drop of free communication with atmosphere is in the "close" position and vice-versa. The drop joining together the pneumatic chamber and the operating mix being in "open" position the drop of free communication of pneumatic chamber and the atmosphere is in "close" position and vice-versa. The immediate filling of the chambers made of elastic materials and their returning to exit position takes places owing to the power of its own flexibility.
As it has been already pointed above through the openings lengthwise gouged in the axis the movement direction and periodicity of the operating mix (concentrated air) is regulated through the air escape cock that has electromagnetic or mechanical valves placed at the end of the axis. The middle part of the axis, to which the wings (arms) holding the chambers made of elastic materials are attached, is inside the "STATOR", and the openings of the one of two axis' edges emergent through bearings built-in the "STATOR" communicate with atmosphere, and the other edge through the air escape cock that has electromagnetic or mechanical valves – with the tank of high pressure operating mix (concentrated air). During each complete revolution making the pneumatic chambers (capacities) fixed to the wings (arms) placed on the axis pass through points A and B by turns, where A is the critical point of pneumatic chambers' charging with operating mix and is placed at the heel of the "STATOR", and B is the critical point of pneumatic chambers' discharging and placed at the crest of the "STATOR" - in the position out of fluid (water). The main useful work the wings (arms) do right on A - B segment. Pic. 2
The pneumahydraulic engine is brought to operational status by the injection of operating fluid (water) into the "STATOR" (the fact has been intended that the "ROTOR" is already properly placed in the "STATOR"). "STATOR" immediately after being filled with operating fluid (water) - under the influence of certain force – the pneumatic chambers to that moment filled (swollen) with the working mix of high pressure (air) (which per se should be placed at the start A point starting the movement from the vertical lowest point to the top) – begin to make ascending motion and since they are fast fixed to wings (arms) on the axis they lift with themselves the wings (arms) also - in that way rotating the axis also and of course the "ROTOR" as well. Reaching lessing point B the valve connecting the inner environment of the pneumatic chamber and the atmosphere "opens" giving possibility to the operating mix being in the pneumatic chamber to be immediately forced out in the atmosphere. It takes place immediately before that pneumatic chamber plunges into the fluid (water). The pneumatic chamber already discharged (there is no more air in it and it is incomparably less by its volume than charged pneumatic chamber) under the force pushing up the pneumatic chamber on the other side of the axis quite easily plunges in the fluid (water) and descend the point of departure A. Per se, each pneumatic chamber is charged with operating mix during its individual certain interval.
Theoretically, one can make so many wings (arms) fixed to the axis so that it will be possible to involve axis by circumference 360 degree so that one wing (arm) will be placed on each degree. It is even possible to make the density of the arrangement less than one and to dispose the wings (arms) per each 0,5 or 0,25 degree for instance. It is clear that in case of any arrangement, as soon as 360 degree completes – a new period (section) must begin. Thus such kind of situation will be found when several already charged and making their work pneumatic chambers will serve for the charging of one pneumatic chamber – that is at each period of time we will have the need of standard unit of force necessary only for one charge several units, which also apply standard force, as a consequence of which we will receive surplus of the force, which can be used in additional purposes. As it was already pointed above the imparting orbed form to the walls of the "STARTOR" from inside also tends to increase the performance factor of the pneumohydraulic engine. This circumstance is stipulated by the fact that in parallel with the movement of the "ROTOR" the environment (water) also begins to rotate and undertaking the role of an original fly-weel it imparts additional swing to the "ROTOR", thereby to a certain extent increasing the rotation potential and the performance factor of the rotatory mechanism. "Fly-weel" effect also allows to some extent to spare the available supplies of the operating mix (air), became in parallel with acceleration of rotation period the force of inertia also increases, which in its turn lets to decrease the volume of the operating mix (concentrated air) discharged from the pneumatic chambers made of elastic materials. Hence having previously sacred certain initial reserve of the operating mix (concentrated air) and periodically replenishing that reserve as the result of consistent conversion of the forces it is possible to receive a mechanism with rather high performance factor, which consists of separate units, but works in common way, providing continuous motion.