WO/2013/026073 DOUBLE SERRATED FORK||WO||28.02.2013|
||PCT/AL2012/000001||ELEZI, Dashamir||ELEZI, Dashamir|
The title of the invention is " SG MAITREFORK"; the initials as defined by the inventor, while the word "MAITREFORK" contains in itself the purpose of this invention, which consists of a double serrated fork which is used in the gastronomic field and specifically in modern restaurants (kitchens) in which Maitre (Chief Hall) performs completion of cooking and preparation in the presence or in front of the client in the restaurant. Also, this invention finds its use in different gastronomic tables related to fast food (fast food, take way etc.)
WO/2012/054941 AXIAL ENGINE OF EIGHT CYLINDERS||WO||03.05.2012|
||PCT/AL2010/000001||TASI, Ylli||TASI, Ylli|
Axial engine of eight cylinders characterized by the arrangement of eight cylinders (C) together with heads (H) in two parallel lines, coaxially and two by two opposite; of the motor main shaft (2) with two flanges (10), having a simple cylindrical configuration and symmetry axis, lying in the middle of the cylinders (C); of two obelisks (6) which bind the motor main shaft (2) with the cross-shafts (4) and of four rigid and coaxial bodies composed each one of two pistons (8) and one connecting-rod (7), pivoted in the fork shaped ends of the cross-shafts (4). The alternative straight-line motion, according to the cylinders axis, of the eight pistons (8) and four connecting-rods (7), is transformed in rotating motion of the motor main shaft (2).
WO/1997/010415 Piston driven axial cyinder engine||WO||20.03.1997|
Piston driven axial cylinder engine is composed of the flange (1) with the cylinders (10) in a circular disposition, the support (16) of the motor main-shaft (2), and the carter (20) supporting the central pivot (7). Around this central pivot (7) the disc (6) has a mutating motion. The extremity (4) of the shaft describing a circle drives the shaft (2) in rotation. The disc (6) receives the extremity of the connecting rods (8). The distribution disc (17) with the cams (18), placed coaxially the motor main-shaft (2) whence it takes its rotations, commands the valves (12) and (13) placed in the cylinder heads (11). The shaft (21), which too takes its rotations from the motor main-shaft (2), serves to set in motion the auxiliary equipments. The pistons are set in motion, as in the case of internal combustion motors, their alternative straight-line motion being transformed in rotative motion of the motor main-shaft (2); and vice-versa