Patents by Inventor Francesco Castelli Dezza

Francesco Castelli Dezza has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20170157488
    Abstract: Wearable device having one or more impact sensors and at least one unit transmitting a detected signals to a remote station, the device being composed of an inner glove wearable under a martial art glove.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 15, 2015
    Publication date: June 8, 2017
    Applicant: ITALIAN FIGHT WEAR SRL
    Inventors: Marco Migliorati, Samuele Grillo, Francesco Castelli-Dezza
  • Patent number: 8680702
    Abstract: A control system (50, 100) is for wind power plants including aerogenerators (10) provided with DC modular converters (40). The control system (50, 100) includes devices for receiving at least a voltage signal coming from a DC medium voltage line (MTDC) electrically connected to the converters (40) and a mechanical torque signal (CRIF) produced by the aerogenerators (10) and controls AC-DC conversion modules (40a?-40a??) of the plant. The modules have electronic devices driven by impressed voltage and producing on their outputs a respective partial continuous voltage (Vdci). For each aerogenerator (10) there are secondary control stages (100) and a single main control stage (50). Each of the secondary control stages (100) supplies control signals to a respective AC-DC conversion module (40a?-40a??) and is designed to keep the partial continuous voltage (Vdci) at a constant value.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 30, 2010
    Date of Patent: March 25, 2014
    Assignee: Trevi Energy SpA
    Inventors: Francesco Castelli Dezza, Gabriele Marchegiani, Fabio Pallotti, Gabriele Rosati
  • Publication number: 20120217749
    Abstract: A control system (50, 100) is for wind power plants including aerogenerators (10) provided with DC modular converters (40). The control system (50, 100) includes devices for receiving at least a voltage signal coming from a DC medium voltage line (MTDC) electrically connected to the converters (40) and a mechanical torque signal (CRIF) produced by the aerogenerators (10) and controls AC-DC conversion modules (40a?-40a??) of the plant. The modules have electronic devices driven by impressed voltage and producing on their outputs a respective partial continuous voltage (Vdci). For each aerogenerator (10) there are secondary control stages (100) and a single main control stage (50). Each of the secondary control stages (100) supplies control signals to a respective AC-DC conversion module (40a?-40a??) and is designed to keep the partial continuous voltage (Vdci) at a constant value.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 30, 2010
    Publication date: August 30, 2012
    Applicant: Trevi Energy S.p.A
    Inventors: Francesco Castelli Dezza, Gabriele Marchegiani, Fabio Pallotti, Gabriele Rosati
  • Patent number: 8174138
    Abstract: A modular converter 30 for converting the electric power produced by aerogenerators, designed to be used within a wind-power plant, which is equipped with: input terminals 30a designed to be connected to an electric-power generator 3 of a single-phase or multiphase type; output terminals 30b; and control devices 36 for controlling the power of the electric-power generator 3. The modular converter has multiple modules 31 designed to receive on their inputs 31.1 alternating electric current and to produce on the respective outputs 31.2a, 31.2b direct electric current to be distributed within the wind-power plant, and, moreover, the control devices 36 receive a signal from the modules 31 and act on the electric-power generator 3.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 28, 2009
    Date of Patent: May 8, 2012
    Assignee: Trevi Energy S.p.A.
    Inventors: Francesco Castelli Dezza, Fabio Pallotti, Gabriele Marghegiani
  • Publication number: 20090273956
    Abstract: A modular converter 30 for converting the electric power produced by aerogenerators, designed to be used within a wind-power plant, which is equipped with: input terminals 30a designed to be connected to an electric-power generator 3 of a single-phase or multiphase type; output terminals 30b; and control devices 36 for controlling the power of the electric-power generator 3. The modular converter has multiple modules 31 designed to receive on their inputs 31.1 alternating electric current and to produce on the respective outputs 31.2a, 31.2b direct electric current to be distributed within the wind-power plant, and, moreover, the control devices 36 receive a signal from the modules 31 and act on the electric-power generator 3.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 28, 2009
    Publication date: November 5, 2009
    Applicant: TREVI ENERGY S.p.A
    Inventors: Francesco Castelli Dezza, Fabio Pallotti, Gabriele Marghegiani