Buoyancy adjusting system

A buoyancy adjustment and fine-tuning device technology, which is applied to special-purpose vessels, underwater operation equipment, ships, etc., can solve problems such as liquid sloshing, and achieve the effect of reducing the impact

Pending Publication Date: 2022-05-27
NORTHWESTERN POLYTECHNICAL UNIV
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[0004] The embodiment of the present invention provides a buoyancy adjustment system to solve th...
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The invention discloses a buoyancy adjusting system which comprises a water tank, the water tank comprises a plurality of sub water tanks, the sub water tanks are communicated in sequence, a water inlet hole is formed in the sub water tank located at one end, and an exhaust hole is formed in the sub water tank located at the other end. According to the invention, the plurality of sub water cabins are sequentially connected to form the water cabin, the sub water cabins are sequentially filled with water, and the water is divided into a plurality of small parts to be respectively stored in the sub water cabins while large-capacity buoyancy adjustment is realized, so that the shaking of the water is very small, and the influence on the aircraft is greatly reduced.

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Watercraft hull designUnderwater vessels +1

Technology Topic

Buoyancy regulationBuoyant flow +5

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[0019] The following will clearly and completely describe the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present invention. Obviously, the described embodiments are only some, not all, embodiments of the present invention. Based on the embodiments of the present invention, all other embodiments obtained by persons of ordinary skill in the art without making creative efforts belong to the protection scope of the present invention.
[0020] Figure 1-8 It is a schematic structural diagram of a buoyancy adjustment system provided by an embodiment of the present invention. An embodiment of the present invention provides a buoyancy adjustment system, comprising:
[0021] The water tank 100, the water tank 100 includes a plurality of sub-water tanks, and the sub-water tanks are connected in turn, the sub-water tanks at one end are provided with water inlet holes, and the sub-water tanks at the other end are provided with exhaust holes.
[0022] Exemplarily, each sub-water tank may be provided with a through hole, and two adjacent sub-water tanks are communicated through the through hole. The water inlet hole is used to connect with the seawater pump, and the seawater can be injected into the sub-water tanks through the seawater pump. Since the sub-water tanks are connected in sequence, the seawater is injected into each sub-water tank in turn, and the seawater pump can be controlled according to the buoyancy required The amount of water injected, and then the corresponding number of sub-water tanks are filled with water, while the other sub-water tanks are filled with air to provide buoyancy to the aircraft.
[0023] In an embodiment of the present invention, the water tank 100 is a hollow cylindrical structure, and the water tank 100 is composed of multiple layers of sub-water tanks, and each layer of sub-water tanks is a circular structure, so the horizontal section of each sub-water tank is fan ring. The shape and size of each sub-water tank can be identical to store water of the same capacity. In the present invention, the capacity of each sub-water tank is 60L, and the water tank is composed of 5 layers of sub-water tanks, and each layer includes 8 sub-water tanks, so the corresponding central angle of each sub-water tank is 45 degrees, and the capacity of the whole water tank It is 2400L.
[0024] In a possible embodiment, the sub-water tank includes: a bottom sub-water tank 120, the bottom of the bottom sub-water tank 120 is provided with an inlet and outlet hole 121, and a side surface of the bottom sub-water tank 120 is provided with a bottom through hole 122; The first middle sub-water tank 110, the two opposite sides of the first middle sub-water tank 110 are all provided with the first through hole 112, the first through hole 112 on one side of the first middle sub-water tank 110 and the bottom through hole 122 , and a plurality of first intermediate sub-tanks 110 are sequentially connected through the first through holes 112 .
[0025] Exemplarily, the inlet and outlet holes 121 are used to connect with a seawater pump to inject water into the bottom sub-water tank 120 and subsequent sub-water tanks. The inlet and outlet holes 121 can be arranged on the bottom of the bottom sub-water tank 120 or the bottom of the side, and the bottom through-hole 122 can be arranged on the side top of the bottom sub-water tank 120, so that the bottom sub-water tank 120 can be filled with water. , excess seawater will flow to other sub-water tanks. Correspondingly, the position of the first through hole 112 on the first middle sub-water tank 110 corresponds to the position of the bottom through hole 122 on the bottom sub-water tank 120 , and is also on the side top of the first sub-water tank 110 .
[0026] In a possible embodiment, the sub-water tank further includes: a second middle sub-water tank 130, second through holes 132 are arranged on the side surface and the top surface of the second middle sub-water tank 130, a plurality of first The first through hole 112 of the first middle sub water tank 110 positioned at the end in a middle sub water tank 110 communicates with the second through hole 132 on the side of the second middle sub water tank 130; the third middle sub water tank 140, the second The 3rd through hole 142 is all provided with on the side surface and the bottom surface of three middle sub water tanks 140, the 3rd through hole 142 on the bottom surface of the 3rd middle sub water tank 140 is connected with the 3rd through hole 142 on the top surface of the second middle sub water tank 130. The two through holes 132 are connected, and a plurality of first middle sub-water tanks 110 are connected in sequence, and the first through hole 112 on the first middle sub-water tank 110 at the end is connected to the third through hole on the side of the third middle sub-water tank 140 . The hole 142 communicates.
[0027] Exemplarily, when only the first middle sub-water tank 110 and the bottom sub-water tank 120 are used, the water tank 100 of a single-layer structure can be formed, and after the second middle sub-water tank 130 and the third middle sub-water tank 140 are used, The water tank 100 may be formed in a multi-layer structure. The second intermediate sub-water tank 130 can guide the water flow upwards, and the third intermediate sub-water tank 140 can guide the water flow from the second intermediate sub-water tank 130 to the first intermediate sub-water tank 110 on the same layer. Furthermore, the flow of seawater in the sub-water tanks of different layers is realized.
[0028] In the embodiment of the present invention, the second through hole 132 on the side of the second middle sub-water tank 130 can be arranged at the top of the side, and correspondingly, the third through hole 142 on the side of the third middle sub-water tank 140 can also be set at the top of the side.
[0029] In a possible embodiment, the sub-water tank further includes: a top sub-water tank 150, a top through hole 153 is arranged on one side of the top sub-water tank 150, and a top exhaust hole 152 is arranged on the top of the top sub-water tank 150 The first through hole 112 of the first middle sub-water tank 110 at the end among the plurality of first middle sub-water tanks 110 communicates with the top through hole 153 .
[0030] Exemplarily, when the water tank 100 is only a single-layer structure, the top sub-water tank 150 can be arranged on the same layer as the bottom sub-water tank 120 and the first middle sub-water tank 110, and connected to the last first middle sub-tank 150. The sub-water tanks 110 are connected so that when the seawater pump fills the bottom sub-water tank 120 and the first middle sub-water tank 110, the seawater in the two sub-water tanks gradually flows into the top sub-water tank 150, and is discharged from the top vent hole 152. discharge.
[0031] When the water tank 100 adopts a multi-layer structure, the first through hole 112 of the first middle sub-water tank 110 at the end among the plurality of first middle sub-water tanks 110 connected to the third middle sub-water tank 140 is connected to the top through hole. 153 connected.
[0032] Because the top sub-water tank 150 is the last sub-water tank of water injection in the whole water tank 100, and is on the uppermost floor, so the air in other sub-water tanks will gradually enter the top sub-water tank 150, and the top sub-water tank The air in the tank is discharged through the top vent hole 152, so that water can be injected into each sub-tank normally. In an embodiment of the present invention, the top through hole 132 on the side of the top sub-tank 150 may be disposed at the top of the side.
[0033] In a possible embodiment, the bottom of the first intermediate sub-water tank 110 is provided with a first drainage hole 111 .
[0034] Exemplarily, the first drainage hole 111 may be disposed on the bottom of the first middle sub-tank 110 or the bottom of one side. To prevent seawater from flowing out from the first drain hole 111 during water injection, a valve can be installed on the first drain hole 111, and the valve is opened only when draining water to increase the buoyancy.
[0035] In a possible embodiment, the bottom of the second middle sub-water tank 130 is provided with a second drainage hole 131 , and the bottom of the third middle sub-water tank 140 is provided with a third drainage hole 141 .
[0036] Exemplarily, the second drainage hole 131 may be disposed on the bottom of the second middle sub-water tank 130 or the bottom of one side thereof, and the third drainage hole 141 may be disposed on the bottom of the third middle sub-water tank 140 or the bottom of one side thereof. To prevent seawater from flowing out from the second drain hole 131 and the third drain hole 142 during water injection, valves can be installed on the second drain hole 131 and the third drain hole 141, and the valve is only opened when draining to increase buoyancy.
[0037] In a possible embodiment, the bottom of the top sub-water tank 150 is provided with a top drain hole 151 .
[0038] Exemplarily, the top drain hole 151 may be disposed on the bottom of the top sub-tank 150 or the bottom of one side. To prevent seawater from flowing out from the top drain hole 151 during water injection, a valve can be installed on the top drain hole 151, and the valve is only opened when draining to increase the buoyancy.
[0039] In a possible embodiment, it further includes: a fine adjustment device 200 connected with the water tank 100 .
[0040] Exemplarily, the fine-tuning device 200 includes a cylinder and a piston movably arranged inside the cylinder. Water is injected under the piston. When the piston moves inside the cylinder, the volume of air above the piston can be adjusted, thereby continuously adjusting the buoyancy. In the embodiment of the present invention, the capacity of the cylinder body is equal to the capacity of a single sub-tank, that is, 60L, and the fine-tuning device 200 can continuously adjust the buoyancy within the range of 0-60L, so the entire buoyancy adjustment system can provide a maximum capacity of 2460L buoyancy.
[0041] In a possible embodiment, it further includes: a hydraulic device 300 connected with the water tank 100, and the hydraulic device 300 is used for connecting with the aircraft.
[0042] Exemplarily, the position of the water tank 100 can be adjusted through the hydraulic device 300 .
[0043] While preferred embodiments of the invention have been described, additional changes and modifications to these embodiments can be made by those skilled in the art once the basic inventive concept is appreciated. Therefore, it is intended that the appended claims be construed to cover the preferred embodiment as well as all changes and modifications which fall within the scope of the invention.
[0044] Obviously, those skilled in the art can make various changes and modifications to the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention. Thus, if these modifications and variations of the present invention fall within the scope of the claims of the present invention and their equivalent technologies, the present invention also intends to include these modifications and variations.

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