|Title of Invention||
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING HYDRO ELECTRIC POWER USING LARGE COLLAPSIBLE BLADDER
|Abstract||Tk p«wl(«l pads aiV cooler would be widde \\A two versions,9 Ulitb tbe inbuilt exhoiust fan owd witViout tV»e rwlount 4?ono 0The \/mi(M lAlitVi the iVtbuiIt exhaust f<w woulol realign tk cowju^ch'on of tk wotor and tk fovvj by wioimtiVrt the woto* 01/1 top oc bine cooler and olrivin^ the fan with either 01 gear oirrpnocjewei'it or with a belt oi^c< |oulUyi Ihis woulol secure tk **otor frow tk iwpami/iQ effect op harol water anol oillow d number of cooliwa pads to be positioned behind the fan in ci parallel ovrr<?iMewent» TViisr otrzroiuicieiMCwit woulol fncrease the cooliwo surface oirea wultifold and allow tk air to be ducUeo) through the. recesses between successive pads with considerably less expense op power. The version of IV cooler without tk it/ibuilt fan would, use two U-stiApeol Uwks placed one <\bov/e tk other at <\ ciap of oi/ie foot or woye. with tk upper tawk carrying a series of perforations corresponding to a series of pads deployed in tine <jap between the two tanks'aril with the lower t«wk fixed with A swall water puwp for circulation of water,placed bebfnol a table fan it woulol kip tk faw oive cool air.|
|Full Text||FORM-2 THE PATENTS ACT, 1970
COMPLETE SPECIFICATION (Section 10; Rule 13)
A Parallel Poicls /\i* Cooler,
2. SHAH hNUR/\& ,
207, Shubham Apartment,
Napier Town, Jabalpur, Pin - 482001,
M. P., India,
The following specification particularly describes the nature of this invention and the manner in which it is to be performed:
16 MAR 2005
TVic present invention relates to N Parallel Pads flir Cooler.
Air-cooler cis tbey towe at present use oin inbuilt powerful exbaust cow. tbat sucks tk arV out op wet potds positioned around it iin ci bo* like structure. Their design iViposes a limitation on air coolina surface tbat caw be provided 3 and tk air tboit bas to be suckeoL tbrougb tk coolifiq pads requires OIK inordinately l«rqe aMount op power to be spent on drivino a, powerful exlnaust foin6 Sucb coolers wben workino witU bard water ye^urVe an almost annual replacement OP tne fan Motor a3 Hie salts in. tk bard water qct deposited On Hoc Motor compromising its wire wrWino.
Tbe air cooler of the. present invention in one version repositions Vbe covnuction of Hae wotor oxmol tbe fan blades and in awotkr dispenses witb tVie inbuilt paw Offering a oUplcywient op parallel pads to be used witb table fans, 3n Hoe version witb tk inbuilt pan tk Motor woulol k counted On top of tbe cooler and would drive tk pan placed insioU tbe cooler eitber witb a aear arrangement or witb a belt and pulleys,Tbe rewiov/al of tbe motor faow bebinol tk fan would allow ot number op cooliuo pads to k positioned bebind tbe fan in a parallel arrangement, Tb is would belp tk air to be sucked tbrou 3n tbe version of tbe cooler op tbis invention tbat dispenses witb tbe inbuilt exbaust f«vn tbe cooler would consist«ftwo rou
Fi^re i S sbows tbe side view of tk aix cooler of present invention with tk inbuilt e*baust fant JV parts not visible froM tbe outside bav/e been represented in. dasned lines. 3n it M stawds for tbe wotor ,Sfor tk sliapt of tk Motor jGpo* bevelled jears , F f or a fan , L for water level, W for a water puwip ^ Pm a cooliV* pad awd T for a perforated fa™ Hie puivip would lift tk water iwto.
Fiqwe*; sUws tk side view of foe
scries of perforations.
FiqureSS 3hows the front view of the air cooler of present invention without
Hie inbuilt exhaust can«flu it T} stands for the upper bowk ? T^ for the lower tank, W por the water pu^p ctuiol P fos the pads deployed in the fjap between the two tanks «wol S for Supports to hold the two tanks bjether*
The operation of the twin vewions of the cooler of present invention does not wzo\ wuch elaboration, 3n the version of the cooler with inbuilt exhaust fan the water fed into "the cooler would be puwiped into Hie perforated
tray,T6 The. perforations would be positioned ove^f th€ po\rallel pc\ob and so would keep the pads wet* The ycc€55cs obtainina between the pads would allow unobstructed flow of a larger uoluwe, of M thorn the pre sent" cooler do at considerably snalle? expense of power. Jk w passing through the recesses between the pads would cowie into contact voith o\ far larger coolim^ surface oiviol would tecowie cooler to that extent contribuh'nq to Hie efficiency of the cooler. The version of the coolejr without the lufbuilt exhaust fan would also operate in the above vnanwer Uz^m^ the table fan it is used with to deliver cool air 0
I CLMMS(i) A parallel padi air cooler in which tl»e wotor would be Mounted on the of Hoe cooler and would drive the fan with either ot war arranaewent or With (fl) A parallel pads ou'r cooler without the inbuilt exhaust tan Consisting of two roughly semicircular or U staped tanks placed owe above the other at a ao\p of one foot or wore with the upper tank carrying a series of perforations Corresponding to (3) fin oSf cooler substantially the sawe as claimed in ClaiiM i and k and described and illustrated herewith.
Dated this tt'Wch of 5005
AN ABSTRACT OF THE INVENTION
Tk p«wl(«l pads aiV cooler would be widde \\A two versions,9 Ulitb tbe inbuilt exhoiust fan owd witViout tV»e rwlount 4?ono 0The \/mi(M lAlitVi the iVtbuiIt exhaust f
Dated tUis J^Day of MwbW
|Indian Patent Application Number||289/MUM/2006|
|PG Journal Number||10/2009|
|Date of Filing||28-Feb-2006|
|Name of Patentee||DR. P. UDAYA PRASHANT|
|Applicant Address||Room no 507, 300 RMQ Quarters , Sir jj Group of Hospital,Byculla Mumbai|
|PCT International Classification Number||F03B 17/00|
|PCT International Application Number||N/A|
|PCT International Filing date|