|1.||WO||WO/2014/174326 - PATHOLOGY LOCALIZER AND THERAPEUTICAL PROCEDURE GUIDE SYSTEM||30.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2013/000023||AREALIS, Georgios||AREALIS, Georgios|
A pathology localizer and therapeutical procedure guide system comprising an elongate strip (1) provided with an array of three linear columnar members (2,3,4) having a common point of origin (O) at one end of strip (1) and extending divergently to corresponding ends (Χ,Υ,Ζ) at the other end thereof. These linear columnar members (2,3,4) are equipped with a contrast medium visible in imaging modalities of a body portion with strip (1) placed thereupon, thereby producing an array of visible imprints of three linear segments (OX), (OZ), (OY) in a frontal X-Ray image and a series of visible imprints of three sequential spots (X1,Z1,Y1) in a sectional CT or MRI image, wherein these visible imprints are used in precisely determining the locus of a pathology, if any, identified within the body portion being scanned and in subsequently determining an accurately defined path of instrumentation adapted to effect a therapeutical procedure therein.
|2.||WO||WO/2014/174327 - TURBINE WITH MOVING-SELF ADJUSTING BLADES FOR CONVERSION OF THE KINETIC ENERGY OF FLUIDS TO MECHANICAL-ROTATIONAL AND ELECTRIC||30.10.2014||
||PCT/GR2014/000029||ANDRIKOPOULOS, Themistoklis||ANDRIKOPOULOS, Themistoklis|
The invention refers to Wing-Wheels (for gases) or Paddle-Wheels (for liquids), which comprise two or more Frames (Wings/Paddles) mounted on a main shaft, that have one or more blades (airfoils/hydrofoils) mounted on their own axles fixed parallel to the shaft, which blades are free to turn by a small angle between two stops, utilizing the apparent flow each experiences every moment, to absorb kinetic energy from the fluid by exploiting continuously both fluid dynamics force components Drag AND Lift. Existing technologies have low efficiencies because they utilize limited amounts of only one of the two components Drag OR Lift, while the other acts in opposition and this unexploited kinetic energy is dissipated through "bad" thrust on the turbines and create turbulences (wake effects) to the fluid-flow that result to more problems. Actual Wing-Wheel-Turbines WWT-Wind generators or Paddle-Wheel-Turbines PWT- Hydro generators are based on modular multi-section design and comprise one or more Modules (M1-2-3....) on the same modular shaft-A comprising respective individual sections (A1 -2-3...)
|3.||WO||WO/2014/170702 - ANTI-MOSQUITO NET SYSTEM WITH AN INTERMEDIARY SLIDING CASE||23.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2014/000023||PAPADOPOULOS, Argyrios||PAPADOPOULOS, Argyrios|
System with a retention case (8) which is permanently fixed on one of the vertical sides of a frame of an opening and a sliding case (10) that moves parallel to it, and an intermediary sliding case (9) which is also moved in a parallel position to the other two cases. lEnd components (17 and 27) exist on the top and bottom end of the intermediary sliding case (9), thus more than one piece of net can be used with a simultaneous transit of ropes (1-6) from the one panel of net (7a) gradually to the next one (7b), without the ropes being interrupted anywhere. More intermediary sliding cases (45) and more panels of independent net (7c) can be added to the system, so that they cover openings with big surfaces; in addition, a combination of one or more panels of anti-mosquito net with one or more panels of shading net can be chosen.
|4.||WO||WO/2014/170700 - SHOE-INTERNAL BRACE FOR DROP FOOT AND SIMILAR CONDITIONS||23.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2013/000019||TSITOURAS, Andreas||TSITOURAS, Andreas|
An orthopaedic brace for drop foot correction comprising a foot base portion (1) pivotally connected to a calf covering portion (2) by means of sole-raising hinge assemblies, comprising metallic strip members (3, 3') with openings (31) and metallic plate members preferably with openings (41), wherein members (3, 3') are fixedly embedded within flanges (1a, 1b) of the foot base portion (1) and members (4) are fixedly embedded within flanges (2a, 2b) of the calf covering portion (2) during the injection thermosetting process of manufacturing the brace, as openings (31, 41) are filled with plastic raw material. The brace is provided in distinct sizes as a ready to wear product and comprises a strap fastener profile (6) that securely fastens the calf covering portion onto the leg of the user and provides correction varus/valgus type structural misalignment of the foot of the user when passed through an aperture (20) located proximately the bottom of the calf covering portion.
|5.||WO||WO/2014/170701 - BEDSTEAD FASTENING DEVICE||23.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2013/000022||BILIS, İoannis||BILIS, İoannis|
A bed fastening device providing connection of the components in a bed structure, comprising a first mating part (1) and a second mating part (2) correspondingly mounted proximally to one end of bed components (10, 20). Mating part (1) comprises an elongate parallelepipedal plastic item with equidistantly spaced planar partition walls (12) extending into side housings (15) of tubular members (11), openings (14) being provided in between sequential partition walls (12) and side housings (15). Mating part (2) comprises an elongate planar base (25) plastic item with perpendicularly oriented, equidistantly spaced tubular members (21) provided with side extensions. Engagement of the mating parts (1) and (2) of the bed fastening device and accordingly of bed components (10, 20) takes place with the introduction of tubular members (21) of mating part (2) within the openings (14) of mating part (1) and the vertical downward displacement of the mating part (1).
|6.||WO||WO/2014/167368 - UNSINKABLE-STABLE UNAFFECTED FROM WAVES FLOATING TRUSS PLATFORMS||16.10.2014||
||PCT/GR2014/000025||ANDRIKOPOULOS, Themistoklis||ANDRIKOPOULOS, Themistoklis|
This invention refers to semi-submerged or fully-submerged at controlled depths floating truss structures comprising a multitude of cylindrical or other shape truss members (C, T, Fv, Fh, Fa), most of which have independent buoyancy and are interconnected through fixed or articulated systems-joints (N1-N1a), that facilitate fast and easy assembly-disassembly of members without disturbing near-by members or the truss system. All floating structures of existing state of the art have two common disadvantages, they are rocked from waves and can sink fast when there is some rupture-damage and large volume water-tight compartments that provide critical part of buoyancy are flooded. The floating structures of this invention are practically unsinkable and unaffected from waves, due to the very large number of truss members with independent buoyancy and the very small forces at random directions created from waves on the small volume members, which cancel each other out. The invention enables design-construction of semi-submerged or fully-submerged floating structures, for conventional or special applications, either for waterborne transport or for floating installations of any kind, which will be completely free from these two disadvantages.
|7.||WO||WO/2014/167367 - WOUND DRESSING FOR POSTOPERATIVE AND POST TRAUMATIC ANALGESIA OF CLOSED OR SUPERFICIAL WOUNDS||16.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2013/000028||FOUKAS, Athanasios||FOUKAS, Athanasios|
The present disclosure describes a novel self adhesive dressing, produced in one piece, to absorb wound exudates from closed or minor superficial wounds, but most importantly to provide postoperative and post traumatic analgesia. Post operative and posttraumatic analgesia can be provided in two forms. 1) With orthogonal longitudinal gaps, of at least equal length to the wound and located at least 2 cm from the wound edges, within the adhesive part of the dressing. 2) With a self adhesive plaster of variable width in the periphery of the central absorbent pad with active analgesic pharmaceutical substance or substances. Both forms achieve absorption of wound exudates from sutured surgical wounds or minor superficial wounds and postoperative as well as posttraumatic analgesia. Their advantages are simple, safe and non traumatic use (no injuries and infections related to needle injuries), easy to use and cheap postoperative analgesia (avoids the use of expensive and cumbersome pump analgesic systems), which can provide reduction in the use of oral and other forms of postoperative and posttraumatic analgesia, as well as improve postoperative mobilization and reduce length of stay especially in orthopedic surgery and most specifically in day case surgery.
|8.||WO||WO/2014/162159 - AN ANTI-TAR CONSTRUCTION APPLICABLE IN FIREPLACES AND ANY OTHER TYPE OF STOVES OR BOILERS BURNING SOLID FUELS||09.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2014/000014||TSIVIKIS, Stavros||TSIVIKIS, Stavros|
This invention proposes a solution for the construction of fireplaces and any other type of stoves or boilers burning solid fuels, so as to prevent the formation of tar on the wall (1) separating the combustion chamber from the peripheral water container (7) by interposing an air gap (8). The same concept extends to the optional water container (4) placed within the combustion chamber, with an air gap formed by a double walled air chamber (5) placed around container (4). The air circulating inside the tubes and the remaining construction, is heated by convection from the combustion chamber and causes uniform heating of the entire structure, especially the wetted surfaces, as well as inaccessible (hidden) parts to prevent the formation of tar.
|9.||WO||WO/2014/162160 - SCREW/NON-THREADED NUT CONNECTION||09.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2014/000022||NANOUSIS, Milto||NANOUSIS, Milto|
The screw/non-threaded nut connection consists of a screw (1) and a nut (2), which internally have electrical resistances or gaps. Initially, at room temperature d2
|10.||WO||WO/2014/155139 - LIQUID FUEL METHOD AND HYBRID PRODUCTION SYSTEM FROM WASTE TREATMENT, WITHOUT THE USE OF CATALYTIC COMPOUNDS||02.10.2014||
|PCT/GR2014/000017||SOUKOS, Konstantinos||SOUKOS, Konstantinos|
Liquid fuel method and hybrid production system from waste treatment, without the use of catalytic compounds, which is applied by the combination of mechanical, UV and thermal degradation of waste. Initially, takes place the waste entrance to the system (2), the waste mechanical degradation (homogenization) in order to obtain particles of desired size less than 10cm, using for this purpose a homogenization high frequency pulsators system, the UV degradation, the thermal degradation - small size waste treatment, using a continuous flow special reactor (4) for the conversion of inserting material to gaseous, the condensation of produced reactive gases to liquid material, the automatic adjustment of end product ph between 4-4.5 and the simultaneous viscosity stabilization through special regulated operation systems and the filtering of liquid material for viscous material removal.