|1.||WO||WO/2013/167094 - ROBOTIC PLATFORM FOR IN-PIPE INSPECTION||14.11.2013||
||PCT/CO2013/000001||UNIVERSIDAD INDUSTRIAL DE SANTANDER||ARCHILA DÍAZ, John Faber|
The invention relates to an inspection robot for pipes used to transport different types of fluids (liquids or gases). The robot considers the interaction between the fluid, the pipe and the robot in order to prevent: overpressure in the pipe above the maximum operating pressures, and pressure drops below vapour pressure, thereby preventing cavitation in the case of liquids. The robot extracts energy from the fluid and uses said energy to move itself, the speed of the robot also being controlled such that it can move at a constant speed, eliminating variations in speed typical of fluid transport. The reconfigurable constant speed is achieved using a control system which maintains the speed at a reference value and evaluates the interaction between the robot, the pipe and the fluid in order to maintain safe operating conditions.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/149600 - ELECTRICAL DEVICE FORMED BY A FLOATING SHORT-CIRCUIT WINDING||10.10.2013||
|PCT/CO2012/000001||ARNEDO GONZÁLEZ, Luis Raúl||ARNEDO GONZÁLEZ, Luis Raúl|
The invention relates to an electrical device formed by a floating short-circuit winding which is a floating node, produced with specific minimum values in order to store currents of 2'000.000 peak Amperes. A short-circuit winding (3) with a mean length of two metres and having an insulated copper conductor with a gauge of 4/0 AWG, which is placed on a porcelain, ceramic or acrylic base (2) in order to be supported with respective fittings, these in turn being placed on a tube (1) made from PVC or any other material having high electrical resistance of the order of ΜΩ, the short-circuit winding (3) being connected by a 4/0 AWG bare down cable (5) to the system to be protected.
|3.||WO||WO/2012/163308 - MULTI-FUNCTIONAL, INTEGRATED AND MODULAR PLANT FOR SEPARATING SOLIDS, OILS AND HYDROCARBONS AND TREATING OIL INDUSTRY WASTEWATER||06.12.2012||
|PCT/CO2011/000002||CUBIDES CHACÓN, Luis Alfonso||CUBIDES CHACÓN, Luis Alfonso|
The invention relates to a multi-functional, integrated modular plant for separating solids, oils and hydrocarbons and treating oil industry wastewater. The plant contains six divisions and five separation systems: a reciprocating scraper mechanism including long blades, which mechanism is driven by an electric motor; an oleophilic fabric panel; a conical hopper or funnel system having an absorbent fabric; and a rotating blade system. The plant is easy to transport, since the tanks can be modular and made from plastic. The plant can operate with electric power, using electric pumps, or without electric power, using the force of gravity. The flow of water can be controlled using valves. In addition, the plant includes a vibrating electric motor which vibrates the assembly of screens which can separate crumbly sludge from water.
|4.||WO||WO/2012/146217 - METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PRODUCING MAGNETIZED WATER||01.11.2012||
|PCT/CO2012/000002||RUIZ TOLEDO, Cindy Lorena||RUIZ VILLEGA, Jimmy Alfonso|
Method for producing magnetized water comprising drinking water (1) entering via the upper tube (2) and being circulated through tubes (3) arranged horizontally and in parallel, which tubes are coupled by means of the valves (4) and have, on the outer surface, a series of magnets (5), each being 0.4 T (4000 Gauss) to 0.5 T (5000 Gauss), placed every 10 cm in the case of magnets with minimum Gauss and every 15 cm in the case of magnets of greater Gauss percentage (1 T = 10 000 Gauss), which are directed, respectively, towards the North Pole and towards the South Pole; in which the exposure of the water in this method is for a maximum period of 8 hours; and, at the end of that time, bipolar magnetized water is produced which exits via the lower tube (6) to the packing.
|5.||WO||WO/2012/083900 - METHOD FOR PREPARING BIODEGRADABLE MEMBRANES FOR SOFT TISSUE REGENERATION||28.06.2012||
|PCT/CO2011/000001||BRICEÑO TRIANA, Juan Carlos||BRICEÑO TRIANA, Juan Carlos|
The invention relates to a method comprising the mechanical and chemical treatment of the small intestine of a warm-blooded vertebrate, in order to remove the mucous, serous and muscular coats and to obtain the remaining submucous coat. In short, the jejunum portion of the small intestine is obtained from a recently deceased warm-blooded vertebrate and is stored at 4°C in 0.9% saline solution. Subsequently, longitudinal scraping is performed for the initial removal of the mucous coat and it is then washed until clean. The small intestine is cut longitudinally and both surfaces are scraped in order to remove the remaining mucous coat and the muscular and serous coats, until a translucent white membrane is obtained. This is then submerged in 0.9% saline solution or distilled water and washed for 30 to 120 minutes until the blood residues disappear, constantly stirring same and changing the water every 20 minutes. Scraping is performed once again in order to eliminate the last remanents of the serous, muscular and mucous coats. It is then exposed to a mixture comprising 0.5% sodium hypochlorite and 0.5% hydrogen peroxide for 15 to 40 minutes in order to eliminate the remaining cells, constantly stirring same and observing that no obvious structural changes occur. It is washed with a phosphate buffer solution for 15 minutes, stirring constantly, and subsequently washed with 0.9% saline solution or distilled water. The membrane obtained is shaped according to use. The membranes can be used individually or to form an aggregate of multiple stacked membranes depending on the desired strength and the membranes can be given particular shapes. Following shaping, the membranes are dehydrated by means of exposure to a laminar sterile air flow. The entire method must be carried out in maximum asepsis conditions at ambient temperature. The membranes must be sterilised prior to implantation in a living organism. Said membranes can be used in maxillofacial surgery, reconstructive and plastic surgery, cardiovascular surgery, gastroenterology and urology, inter alia.
|6.||WO||WO/2006/111105 - DOUBLE MAGAZINE CLIP FOR GUN||26.10.2006||
||PCT/CO2004/000001||ORTIZ RABA, Rodolfo||ORTIZ RABA, Rodolfo|
The invention relates to a double magazine clip for a gun. The invention is characterised in that it comprises two irregular-parallelepiped-shaped compartments (1) which are connected to one another by means of a solid trapezoidal section (2). According to the invention: a) the inner wall (3) of each of the aforementioned compartments (1) is equipped with a series of flanges (4) which are aligned with the channels in the carrier that is to be placed in the magazine; b) the front wall (5) of each compartment (1) takes the form of an irregular parallelogram comprising curved edges and two parallel semi-oval flanges (6); c) the side walls (7) are trapezoidal and inclined towards the front wall (5), with semi-curved edges (8) and a machined surface comprising rhombuses (16); d) the upper wall (9) takes the form of an irregular parallelogram comprising a front semi-oval section (10), a rear rectangular section (11) and a central hollow section (12) with inner semi-circular flanges (4); and e) the lower wall (15), which takes the form of an irregular parallelogram, comprises a hollow rectangular section (14) at the centre of each compartment (1).