WO/2015/149815 PERCUSSION MUSICAL INSTRUMENT||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/DZ2015/000002||MELLAH, Djaffar Riadh ||MELLAH, Djaffar Riadh |
The invention relates to an assembly which can be used to produce different musical rhythms. It consists of two balls which are joined by a cord. The device is especially used to allow the user to produce the same sound characteristics as those of the maracas providing entertainment during popular musical evenings or to encourage sports people.
WO/2015/139710 ROLLER SKATE HAVING THREE SPHERICAL ROLLERS AND REARWARD PIVOTING FUNCTION||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/DZ2015/000001||NOUI, Walid ||NOUI, Walid |
The invention is characterized by a chassis in the form of a sole for the foot, on which there are mounted three spherical rollers, connected thereto at the projections of the support points for the posterior static support triangle; two front rollers, disposed transversely to the major axis of the foot, the rolling axes of said rollers being parallel and their projections on the chassis being perpendicular to the major axis of the foot and only executing linear movements in the direction of the major axis of the foot; a rearwardly pivoting spherical roller. The three support points for the posterior static support triangle of the foot correspond successively to the head of the first metatarsal, to the head of the fifth metatarsal and to the supporting centre of the calcaneus. A propulsion device is placed at the front of the chassis in order to protect it from friction with the ground.
WO/2015/104027 METHOD FOR PRODUCING METALLIC MULTIPOLAR LIQUID SOAP||WO||16.07.2015|
||PCT/DZ2014/000007||ZEMOURA, Adel ||ZEMOURA, Adel |
The invention concerns the method for producing metallic multipolar liquid soap, a novel liquid detergent with a modest production cost owing to the simplicity of the materials intended for the production of same, given that preservation materials and other additional materials, which are essential in other liquid detergents, do not need to be used; said soap has powerful cleaning strength requiring little effort; moreover, the soap is compatible with all cleaning operations. The soap has a desirable and appealing glossy appearance. This can be seen in specific colours added to the colours and forms of metal, such as a transparent glossy golden colour, a transparent glossy copper colour and a transparent glossy silver colour, all of which are original and hitherto not conceived by any other manufacturer.
WO/2015/101378 LOADER GRADER FOR PUBLIC WORKS||WO||09.07.2015|
||PCT/DZ2014/000006||NEMDIL, Ali ||NEMDIL, Ali |
The present invention relates to a loader grader for public works, which is intended for and generally used on all public-works sites for stripping topsoil or asphalt, for grading said same surfaces or for digging ditches of various widths. The public-works loader grader is provided with a diesel engine for carrying out all the above-mentioned operations. The size of the loader grader enables it to move even over small surfaces on the work site. The turret (19) is fitted with a worm drive that also allows same to pivot to the left and right.
WO/2015/096842 CIRCULAR WING FOR VERTICAL FLIGHT||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/DZ2014/000005||GUERFI, Mohamed ||GUERFI, Mohamed |
According to the invention, the assembly of the half-sphere airplane wing made it possible to create another form of flight (vertical flight), controlling air flow only on the top surface of the circular wing, said assembly being a perfect re-adhesion and tangential to the smooth surface of the top circular wing surface. While the air speed on the bottom surface of the circular wing is equal to zero, the air flow will make it possible to create vertical thrust below the circular wing which will increase in proportion with air speed. Said technique, which has a wide range of industrial uses and will put an end to critical problems, can be cited as follows: 1) on motor vehicles and for monitoring roads; 2) in military service and air transport; and 3) in space for transporting satellites.
WO/2015/086033 HYBRID ELECTRICITY GENERATORS USING WIND ENERGY AND OCEAN WAVE ENERGY||WO||18.06.2015|
||PCT/DZ2014/000004||MESSAOUDENE, Mohammed ||MESSAOUDENE, Mohammed |
The invention relates to novel methods for hybridisation between wind energy and ocean wave energy in order to reduce the manufacturing cost and increase the energy generated. The invention involves hybridisation of the two systems for floating and non-floating off-shore systems. In each system, hybridisation is provided between two forces (wind energy and ocean current energy) and three sources (wind energy, ocean current energy and the energy from the rising and falling movement of the waves). Novel methods are introduced for each system: a damping system (spring or hydraulic damper) for floating off-shore systems and float-spring systems for non-floating off-shore systems, in order to improve the system. The architecture of the non-floating off-shore systems allows the system to be installed in a grid such as to increase the output thereof.
WO/2015/000492 ELECTRONIC APPARATUS FOR PROTECTING AGAINST DANGER FOR PUBLIC AND INDUSTRIAL USE||WO||08.01.2015|
||PCT/DZ2014/000003||REBHI, Taha Hocine ||REBHI, Taha Hocine |
The device for detecting and signalling a remote danger is used for the following cases: gas leak, fire, smoke, flood and explosive products. The apparatus has a power connector (1), a power switch (2), LEDs to indicate different conditions of the apparatus (3, 6, 7, 10, 12), a 2G/GSM or 3G/UMTS transmitter (5), an internal monitoring camera (14), a screen for viewing video (13) and a connector for other apparatuses (15). Detectors for the five aforementioned danger cases are connected to a box outside the transmitter. The apparatus sends a signal to a mobile telephone by sound or voice alert.
WO/2014/194921 RESCUE SAFETY SYSTEM FOR SWIMMING POOLS||WO||11.12.2014|
||PCT/DZ2013/000005||BEGGAH, Ayoub ||BEGGAH, Ayoub |
The invention relates to a rescue safety system for swimming pools, consisting of a frame provided with two bearing means (5, 6). Said bearing means are two parallel tubes and are filled with air. A netting (7) is hooked to said two bearing means (5, 6). The entire frame (5, 6, 7) is held by four supports (1, 2, 3, 4) which are hooked to the two parallel sides of the swimming pool. Infrared motion sensors (8, 9, 10, 11) with an alarm are installed in the four corners of the swimming pool and produce an infrared line (12).
WO/2014/124652 ORBITALLY ROTATING COMBUSTION ENGINE||WO||21.08.2014|
||PCT/DZ2014/000002||BENSIDHOUM, Ameur ||BENSIDHOUM, Ameur |
The invention relates to an orbitally rotating combustion engine comprising one, two or three ovoids (2) and based on a simplified architecture and high-performance technological innovations. The use of the engine of the invention as a hybrid replacement engine or as a range extender engine represent unequalled advantages, in particular owing to its simplicity, efficiency and production cost. The torque produced by the bringing together of the combustion/expansion phases allows greater power to be obtained for reduced consumption. The significant reduction in volume and weight, as well as in the number of constituent elements and parts makes the device attractive and competitive in terms of price, use life and cost effectiveness.
WO/2014/117787 HYDRAULIC PUMP HAVING AXIAL PISTONS AND A GROOVED SLIDING SHAFT, AND VALVE||WO||07.08.2014|
||PCT/DZ2014/000001||BAROUD, Billal ||BAROUD, Billal |
The invention relates to a hydraulic pump having axial pistons (10, 11) and a grooved sliding shaft (6) that is contained in a dispensing throat (22). Said grooved shaft (6) is a mediator between the pump and gearbox for the power takeoff and between the pump and the ram for the valve. The grooved shaft (6) is controlled by the air compressed in the chamber, which jostles the shaft. The grooved shaft (6) being inserted into the drive shaft (1) and engaging with the inner grooves (9) of same starts the operation of the pump, and, at the same time, the grooved shaft (6) closes the slit of the radial channel (20) for oil return. When the air is cut, said air is automatically decompressed in the chamber, and, with the return of the spring, the grooved shaft (6) exits the drive shaft (1), which causes the operation of the pump to stop and the throat of the grooved shaft enables the return of the oil which passes through a radial channel (20) in the cylinder bloc and the oil returns toward the tank.