Abstract: A static conditioner for mounting within a tubular conduit in turn supporting fluid flow therein and including a two-stage construction having a first stage including primary vanes including laterally extending caps radially inwardly extending into the fluid flow so as to separate and direct flow against the conduit walls and a second stage of secondary plates positioned immediately downstream of the first stage and laterally offset therefrom so as to eliminate swirl and turbulence remaining in the flow after the first stage.
Abstract: A golf club that picks up a golf ball, sets the golf ball on a tee and may be used to hit the golf ball by providing an opening in the golf club head for entrance of the golf ball which through a series of inclining and declining planes and bumpers the ball rolls into the back of the golf club via a push down motion, thence the golf club can be picked up, held above the tee, and with a turn of the wrist the golf ball can be set upon the tee for driving by the same golf club.
Abstract: A static mixing device for mounting or other attachment within a hollow tubular conduit including a plurality of vanes generally equally spaced therein and each including a generally oblong plate radially inwardly extending from the conduit internal wall surface and wherein each of said plates is provided with a generally wing-shaped cap that downwardly, rearwardly and inwardly bends from the top of the plate to said conduit wall.
Abstract: A system and apparatus for regasifying liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other cryogenic liquids on a continuous basis utilizing improved atmospheric air vaporizer heat exchangers of the vertical single pass and parallel connected type. A multiplicity of such heat exchangers is positioned on a defined grid, such as to improve the natural convection of the ambient air heat source. An improved heat exchange system includes heat exchange elements within the heat exchangers comprised of hybrid externally finned elements, smooth interior stainless steel tubes thermally bonded within the externally finned elements, the tubes containing vortex generators. Flow distributors in the form of venturi shaped injectors are positioned at the inlet of each tube of the multiplicity of heat exchangers of the system.
Abstract: A child's wagon having a generally flat floor surrounded by upstanding rear and sidewalls defining central triangularly-shaped seating positions having three corners and in which three children may sit while directly facing each other.
September 18, 2008
Date of Patent:
November 22, 2011
Alison Jean DiBiasio, Steven Marco DiBiasio
Abstract: A shelf system adapted to be attached and removed from end cap supporting walls in limited vertical headspace situations by providing a separate thin walled connector strip which is releasably attached to the rear wall of the shelf and on which the end cap wall connection means are positioned as opposed to the shelf rear wall itself.
Abstract: An improved high efficiency suction control valve providing unobstructed fluid flow in its activated suction applied mode for removal of viscous secretions at a low level of applied input suction through the catheter. The valve provides positive sealing between a hand-operated plunger and the valve passageway walls against which the plunger engages by slightly over sizing the plunger walls such that the plunger walls expand against a further suction passageway. Similar sealing is provided between the plunger and passageway above the suction passageway.
Abstract: A mandrel and the blank from which the mandrel is formed is constructed so as to enable shipment in flat form to a manufacturer of material, e.g., fabric, who, in turn, assembles the mandrel and uses such to wind material thereon to form a fabric bolt. The blank is easily and entirely set up by simple folding procedures.
Abstract: A combined vehicle tow and step assembly in which a trailer hitch and step platform are interconnected with each other and function as a unit so as to provide both towing and step functions without the need of removal from the vehicle high mount to achieve such functions.
Abstract: A fastening device for attaching wire, cable, pipe and conduit to structural members of a building having separated legs and a connecting portion which connecting portion has means for progressively enlarging the size thereof to accommodate varying sizes of such wire, pipe, etc. so as to reduce the number of specifically sized devices to accomplish the connecting task.