WO/2016/132160 METHOD OF MAKING STEEL USING A SINGLE INSTALLATION, AND INSTALLATION||WO||25.08.2016|
||PCT/GE2016/000001||KASHAKASHVILI, Guram||KASHAKASHVILI, Guram|
The invention relates to the field of metallurgy and can be used in the making of steel in a single installation that encompasses all of the stages of the making and refining of steel as well as the casting of steel from the installation. The present installation comprises a casting ladle with two slide gates; a water-cooled roof with electrodes, which is conjoined with the ladle and is connected to a gas cleaner; a slag-removal trough; metering hoppers for adding fluxes and deoxidizers; charging pipes for adding charge materials; a pig iron charging funnel; a nozzle for injecting natural gas and air or oxygen, which is comprised of coaxial pipes and is mounted in a pouring nozzle of the second slide gate; and, connected to an injection apparatus, a tube for injecting slag-forming reagents together with an inert gas or nitrogen. The installation is provided with a conveyor, which has a fuel burner and is connected to the roof. In the installation, the cavities formed during melting are filled by the addition of ground scrap and/or pre-reduced pellets, which are heated by furnace exhaust gases and/or additional natural gas flames as they travel on the conveyor, covered by the roof. The invention makes it possible to avoid heat loss, reduce fuel consumption and also increase the consistency of the process of melting and treating a metal in a single modernized installation under automated conditions without deactivating the installation or removing the furnace roof.
WO/2016/124951 DEVICE FOR CUTTING AND TRANSPLANTING HAIR BULBS (GRAFTS)||WO||11.08.2016|
||PCT/GE2016/000003||SHIOSHVILI, Tamaz||SHIOSHVILI, Tamaz|
The device includes a needle for cutting (1), one end of which stands proud of the device, the other end of which is rigidly connected by a holder (2) to one end of a tube (3), the other end (4) of said tube being rigidly connected to an electric motor (5). A plunger (6) is disposed on the outer surface of the tube so as to be capable of free movement. A needle-pusher (7) is disposed inside the tube, wherein one end (8) of said needle-pusher is rigidly connected to the plunger, while the second end (9) is disposed in a channel of the needle for cutting so as to be capable of free movement. The tube has a slot (10), which is set back from the plunger disposed on the tube. The tube also has disposed thereon a spring (11), one end of which rests upon the plunger, and the other end of which rests upon a limiting washer (12). All of the listed moveable elements are disposed in a housing (16), which has two openings: one is before the plunger; the other (18) is behind the plunger, and is connected to a suction system.
WO/2015/011508 METHOD FOR GENERATING STATIC ELECTRICITY FROM A FLUID FLOW||WO||29.01.2015|
||PCT/GE2013/000007||KUREGYAN, Kamo ||KUREGYAN, Kamo |
The invention relates to methods of static electricity generation on account of utilization of kinetic energy of a flow of dielectric liquid of gaseous medium as a result of its ionization/polarization and removing charges. The method may be used at creation of generators simple in terms of technology and design, reliable and cheap, with a long operational life. The method of tribo-ion generation of static electricity provides ionization/polarization of flowing dielectric liquid or gaseous medium due to the friction on surfaces of at least one pair of isolated solid bodies creating flowing channel, creation of electric charges on them, and removing charges for direction to the customers. Between contact surfaces adjoining to the flow multiple swirling and creation of turbulence are provided by means, for example, of execution of the contact surface with multiple indents, male-females, or macro- or microroughnesses obstructing the flow. Materials for solid bodies are chosen from triboelectric series so that they charge unlikely towards the fluid medium. The clearance between contact surfaces is controllable.
WO/2014/191781 ROTARY-PISTON INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||04.12.2014|
||PCT/GE2013/000004||GOYTEMIROV, Ramzan ||GOYTEMIROV, Ramzan |
The present invention pertains to four-stroke non-poppet valve rotary internal combustion engines operating by gasoline fuel, natural gas, diesel fuel or hydrogen and can be used for simplification of structure, ensuring reliable and smooth operation of engines with any number of cylinders. The engine comprises a cylinder block group mounted within a housing on rotation supports with combustion chambers facing a rotational center; a rim with a curvilinear, closed inner running track being in contact with pressure-bearing running rollers mounted on pistons; a gas distribution spool-type core fixed against rotation in a central opening of the cylinder block group and having ports on its outer periphery for supplying the air-fuel mixture or air, ignition spark, and/or for injecting the fuel into the combustion chambers; A common port for successively exhausting from the combustion chambers the exhaust gasses is provided. The ports for supplying and exhausting in combination occupy no more than 180° + - 10 degrees on the angular sector of the core, and the port for ignition spark and/or fuel injection is disposed at diametrically opposed sector of 180° + - 10 degrees. The spool-type core is mounted in freely suspended state and can have conical shape, be spring-loaded and made of heat-resisting ceramics.
WO/2014/184592 ARTIFICIAL INTRAOCULAR LENS||WO||20.11.2014|
||PCT/GE2014/000001||DVALI, Merab ||DVALI, Merab |
The present invention relates generally to medicine, in particular to the field of ophthalmology. The technical result of the invention is the creation of the artificial foldable IOL which is easy to implant and prevents posterior capsule opacification after cataract surgery. The technical results is achieved by the fact that proposed artificial foldable IOL consisted of optic (2) and more than 2 haptics (C- shaped supporting elements) which are performed with square edge (6) aligned radially towards the optics, are equally spaced from each other and make the whole circle creating the continuous circular sharp square edge when implanted in the capsular bag. Each supporting element (3) has the first arc profile groove (4) in the inner side relevant to optic part radii to touch optic part while supporting element are united in the circle, and the second arc profile groove (5) in the periphery relevant to touching point of outer side of supporting element to touch the previous supporting element while supporting element are united in the circle.
WO/2014/102552 METHOD FOR IMPARTING MOTION TO AN IMPELLER AND WATER TURBINE IMPELLER||WO||03.07.2014|
||PCT/GE2013/000010||ABRAMYAN, Vitaly АБРАМЯН, Виталий||ABRAMYAN, Vitaly АБРАМЯН, Виталий|
The invention relates to the field of mechanical engineering and is meant for use in hydropower engineering. A method for imparting rotational motion to an impeller consists of creating a main torque by means of using the effect of an incoming flow of a liquid on main blades, said blades having the convex sides thereof facing the flow in a way which maximally changes the radial direction thereof, and an additional torque using the effect of an outgoing flow of liquid on additional blades, said blades having the concave sides thereof facing the flow. The water turbine impeller comprises main blades, provided between an upper rim and a lower rim, said blades being convex on the side from which the flow enters and concave on the opposite side in the direction of rotation of the impeller. A lattice of additional blades, the concave sides of said blades facing the flow, is provided at the outlet of the impeller, said lattice extending from a fairing to the lower rim and being connected to the main blades.
WO/2014/076509 A STORAGE CELL OF NON-VOLATILE MEMORY||WO||22.05.2014|
||PCT/GE2012/000005||GELASHVILI, Ilia ||GELASHVILI, Ilia |
1. Technical result increase in speed of a cell of memory. Increase of density of a data recording per unit of area, i. e. integration scales of storage elements. Reliability augmentation of a memory and quantity of cycles of record - erasure. Simplification of the production technology and owing to reduction of prime cost of a memory. 2. Essence The cell of memory contains (fig.1) an electrode 1, layers of dielectrics 2 and 2a, a film 3, electrical wires 4 and 4a, electrical conductors 5 and 5a, a substance located at a surface of film, between the film and the electrode, the hermetic case 6. 3. Use sphere Memories.
WO/2014/068342 DEPLOYABLE SPACE REFLECTOR||WO||08.05.2014|
||PCT/GE2013/000008||DATASHVILI, Leri S. ||DATASHVILI, Leri S. |
The present invention relates to radio technique, namely to space structures, for example, large deployable space reflectors (symmetric, asymmetric, offset and other type of reflectors), radio and optical telescopes, sun-concentrators and other structures with analogous purpose. Advantages of this invention are in increasing deployed stiffness and stability, as well as in increasing reliability of deployment, achieving large deployed seized high accuracy of reflector realization and in decreasing height of the stowed package of the reflector.
WO/2014/064470 DEVICE FOR HYDROGEN GENERATION BY CAVITATION ELECTROLISYS||WO||01.05.2014|
||PCT/GE2013/000009||BURJANADZE, Sophia ||BURJANADZE, Sophia |
The present invention relates to cavitation-electrolysis hydrogen generator. The cavitation- electrolysis hydrogen generator of the present invention comprises a filled with water cylidrical cavitator, locateded in it cathode and anode, conected by tube to cavitators bottom circulation water pump, conected to cathode and anode pulsed energy source, voltage modulator, hydrogen and oxigen tanks conected to pump and cavitators upper part, were enriched by hydrogen and oxigen water undergoes degassing and by conected to tank tube hydrogen uotput is obtained. According to the cavitation-electrolysis hydrogen generator of the present invention, there are advantages in that the efficiency of hydrogen generation can be improved by energy effective combination of cavitation and electrolysis and hydrogen production costs also is remarkably reduced due to device cheap materials construction.
WO/2014/064469 THE TREATMENT OF INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETES. THE ISOLATED VENOUS SAC AS A SITE FOR CELL TRANSPLANTATION.||WO||01.05.2014|
||PCT/GE2013/000006||KAKABADZE, Zurab ||KAKABADZE, Zurab |
Transplanting pancreatic islets is of significant interest for type 1 diabetes mellitus. After intraportal injection of islets, inferior engraftment and eventual loss of transplanted islets constitute major limitations. Therefore, alternative approaches will be helpful. Here, we evaluated in animals whether an isolated venous sac would support survival of transplanted islets, along with correction of hyperglycemia. Pancreatic islets isolated from adult Lewis rats were transplanted either into an isolated venous sac made from lumbar vein or into the portal vein of syngeneic rats. The integrity and vascular organization of the venous sac was determined by studies of the local microcirculation. The engraftment, survival, and function of transplanted islets were analyzed by histology, including endocrine function in situ and by glycemic control in rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes. Transplanted islets showed normal morphology with insulin expression in isolated venous sac during the long term. Transplanted islets received blood supply from vasa vasorum and had access to drainage through venous tributaries in the venous sac. This resulted in restoration of euglycemia in diabetic rats. Removal of islet graft -bearing venous sac in diabetic rats led to recurrence of hyperglycemia. By contrast, euglycemia was not restored in rats treated by intraportal transplantation of islets. We demonstrated that pancreatic islets successfully engrafted and functioned in the isolated venous sac with ability to restore euglycemia in diabetic rats. Therefore, the isolated venous sac offers a new site for transplantation of pancreatic islets. This would be clinically beneficial as an alternative to intrahepatic islet transplantation.