WO/2013/062500 AUTOMATIC ANIMAL FEEDING AND WATERING DEVICE||WO||02.05.2013|
||PCT/TT2012/000001||BYRON, Biswah ||BYRON, Biswah |
A device catering for the dietary needs of animals. Feed is stored in a hopper and distributed at intervals to the animal's feeding receptacle via an internal dispensing mechanism using a flexible rotor sealing against the walls of a housing to both meter the feed and seal against contamination. The quantities and delivery times may be set by the user. An optional weighting system can be provided to increase accuracy of delivered feed amounts. Optionally, the device may include a water delivery system. Water is provided by a plumbed domestic connection and is available to the animal at all times, except during the automatic change cycle. A pump is utilized to change the water several times a day, in an attempt to remove any contaminants that may affect the water quality that is required to be dispensed.
WO/2011/056162 A MULTIFUNCTIONAL SCREW DRILL AND REAMING DEVICE||WO||12.05.2011|
||PCT/TT2010/000001||MOHAMED, Leonardo ||MOHAMED, Leonardo |
A multifunctional screw drill and reaming device, for the testing of the structure and composition of various soil types, as well as for sampling and boring, extracting and injecting of gases and various types of chemicals as well as liquids, slurry, granules and solids. Screws can be hydraulically, pneumatically, mechanically, electrically or manually driven. Dependent upon the operation, the secondary screws (2) can rotate and change position or rotational direction within the primary screw's bore (1), or both primary (1) and secondary screws (2) can be coupled and rotate as one unit.
WO/2010/059137 VENTILATED BUILDING BLOCK||WO||27.05.2010|
||PCT/TT2009/000001||LEE LUM, Mark, E. ||LEE LUM, Mark, E. |
A building block (10) for a ventilated wall includes an elongated center portion (12) flanked by a pair of substantially parallel side walls (14, 16) orientated substantially perpendicularly to the center portion (12). The center portion (12) has a first vertical wall (18) and a second sloped wall (20), the second sloped wall (20) extending between a relatively thicker bottom wall (26) of the center portion (12) and a relatively thinner top wall (28) of the center portion (12). The first wall (18) is co-planar with first edges (22, 24) of the side walls (14, 16). A stacked arrangement of such blocks, where adjacent blocks are inverted and reversed, establishes front-to-back air passages (46) that do not provide a sight line, and which prevent rain from passing through. A mold assembly (48) for manufacturing the blocks is also disclosed.
WO/2009/085025 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SPARQL-QUERY PROCESSING USING PARAMETRIZED-SPARQL-QUERY IN DBMS-BASED SYSTEMS||WO||09.07.2009|
||PCT/TT2008/000001||GLAXOSMITHKLINE BIOLOGICALS S.A. ||BARAS, Benoit |
The present invention provides a vaccine or immunogenic composition comprising: an immunogenic SARS coronavirus S (spike) polypeptide, or a fragment or variant thereof; and an adjuvant comprising a lipopolysaccharide, a saponin and a liposome.
WO/2009/054821 APPARATUS FOR PERCUSSIVE HARMONIC MUSICAL SYNTHESIS UTILIZING MIDI TECHNOLOGY||WO||30.04.2009|
||PCT/TT2007/000002||COPELAND, Brian R. ||COPELAND, Brian R. |
The invention relates to an apparatus for percussive harmonic musical synthesis which facilitates state-of-the-art musical expression. It generates melodic sound, bearing well defined tone and note pitch, by striking of uniquely configured multiple note activation trigger mechanism surfaces (termed muzi-pads) with an appropriately sized mallet, stick or other such similar playing implement, for the generation of a desired note, by a given MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) device. It provides an enhanced emulation of the traditional tenor steel pan in its interaction with the player.
WO/2009/011669 THE G-PAN MUSICAL INSTRUMENT||WO||22.01.2009|
||PCT/TT2007/000001||THE GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO ||COPELAND, Brian R. |
An ensemble of acoustic steelpan musical instruments, being an innovation which significantly improves upon traditional acoustic steelpan prior art. Said improvements include an extension of note range across the assemblage of G-Pans, a substantial reduction in the number of steelpans required to effectively cover the steelpan musical range, the use of a compound design whereby individual component parts of the instrument, specifically the playing surface, chime, rear attachment, or skirt and the playing stick or mallet, are optimized for thier specific function, the application of a variety of techniques for eliminating or reducing, non-musical sympathetic vibrations and the inclusion of a variety of mechanical and acoustic resonator designs, to enhance optimally, the sound projection of the aforementioned instrument.
WO/2006/073378 A SELF STARTING METHOD AND AN APPARATUS FOR SENSORLESS COMMUTATION OF BRUSHLESS DC MOTORS||WO||13.07.2006|
||PCT/TT2005/000001||DE FOUR, Ronald ||DE FOUR, Ronald |
A method and an apparatus for determining rotor position information of a Brushless DC motor using the resultant voltage vector produced by addition of phase voltage vectors of the energised windings and the BEMF vector of the unenergised winding. This resultant voltage vector called the BEMF Space Vector rotates at same speed as the rotor and possesses rotor position information used to commutate phase windings. Phase voltage vectors for the computation of the BEMF Space Vector are obtained by referring scalar phase voltages in the electrical circuits to the magnetic axes of the magnetic circuits, since scalar and vector current magnitudes are equal. Angles that the BEMF Space Vector makes with the real axis are measured to commutate the phase windings. This technique is referred to as the De Four BEMF Space Vector Resolver, used to efficiently start the motor from rest and commutate phase windings during normal operation.
WO/2005/009833 SLOTTED HULLS FOR BOATS||WO||03.02.2005|
||PCT/TT2004/000001||MILLER, Buddie, Gordon ||MILLER, Buddie, Gordon |
A boat hull providing substantially enhanced stability, safety and comfort over conventional boat hulls in common use, incorporating at least one relatively narrow, more-or-less vertical slot (23) running longitudinally and/or laterally through the hull of the boat and positioned so that the slot(s) (23) intersects a major portion of the depth of the water displaced by the boat hull. The slot(s) (23) may be fully or partially closed at any of its fore-end (31) or aft-end (33) or bottom-edge (25).
WO/2004/038533 DIGITAL SELF IDENTIFICATION AND DIGITAL VERSATILE SAFE CARD, E-COMMERCE SYSTEM||WO||06.05.2004|
||PCT/TT2003/000001||MILLER, Buddie, Gordon ||MILLER, Buddie, Gordon |
A business method to facilitate universal, secure and fully mobile e-commerce and/or i-commerce transactions, which method is based on personal, anonymous, secure, digitally-enabled Personal Identification Numbers which are used in conjunction with pre-paid, anonymous, secure, digitally-enabled Transaction Numbers.
WO/2003/043461 A WORKSTATION COMPRISING ADJUSTABLE DESK EASEL FACILITIES||WO||30.05.2003|
||PCT/TT2002/000001||LASHLEY, Gene, L., L. ||LASHLEY, Gene, L., L. |
A workstation (Fig. 1A) is provided comprising multiple worktops and desk easel facilities for reading, writing, drawing, and computer usage. Two worktops (176, 186) project adjacently on heavy-duty drawer slides between a separate, high desktop (172) and a slidable, lower worktop (176). This three-tier arrangement greatly increases available working space and space-efficiency by separating desktop and worktop functions, and by providing two additional worktops (176, 186) laterally and vertically without increasing the floor footprint. Third worktop (186) support and adjustable desk easel (180, 187) for purposes of reading, writing, and drawing. Third worktop (186) is made independently slidable so that desk easel remains accessible when first worktop (174) has to be pushed in to draw out the second worktop (176) below it (174).