Patents by Inventor Gilles Cote

Gilles Cote 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).

  • Patent number: 10550987
    Abstract: A structural liner for reinforcing existing underground water conduits to resist earthquakes and landslides adapted for insertion into underground water conduits without having to excavate are disclosed. The reinforcement structural device consists of a seamless woven tubular sheath impregnated with a hardening resin which is adapted for insertion into a network of underground water conduits without the need to excavate. The seamless woven tubular sheath consists of continuous longitudinal fiber warp yarn providing tensile strength along the longitudinal axis of the woven tubular sheath and circumferential fiber filling yarn providing tensile strength around the wall of the woven tubular sheath.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 17, 2015
    Date of Patent: February 4, 2020
    Assignee: SANEXEN ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES INC.
    Inventors: Martin Bureau, Gilles Gagnon, Michael Davison, Benoit Cote
  • Patent number: 7009123
    Abstract: A breaking detector for a shear pin having a central bore, comprises an electrically conductive element forming an elongated loop extending on a length of the bore of the shear pin and having upper ends defining contact surfaces adjacent to each other. An electrically insulating element extends in the loop, to prevent the conductive element from short-circuiting. Power supply cables are connected respectively to the contact surfaces and are provided with connectors facilitating connection of the breaking detector to other breaking detectors or to an alarm panel. An electrically insulating body removably supports the elements of the detector in the bore of the shear pin. An identification circuit having a light indicator connected between the contact surfaces and projecting at an upper end of the body allows to locate a defective shear pin having broken the conductive element.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 28, 2004
    Date of Patent: March 7, 2006
    Assignee: Hydro-Québec
    Inventors: Jean-Pierre Banville, Gilles Côté, Jean-Claude Ouellet, Rémi Tremblay
  • Publication number: 20040252029
    Abstract: A breaking detector for a shear pin having a central bore, comprises an electrically conductive element forming an elongated loop extending on a length of the bore of the shear pin and having upper ends defining contact surfaces adjacent to each other. An electrically insulating element extends in the loop, to prevent the conductive element from short-circuiting. Power supply cables are connected respectively to the contact surfaces and are provided with connectors facilitating connection of the breaking detector to other breaking detectors or to an alarm panel. An electrically insulating body removably supports the elements of the detector in the bore of the shear pin. An identification circuit having a light indicator connected between the contact surfaces and projecting at an upper end of the body allows to locate a defective shear pin having broken the conductive element.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2004
    Publication date: December 16, 2004
    Applicant: HYDRO-QUEBEC
    Inventors: Jean-Pierre Banville, Gilles Cote, Jean-Claude Ouellet, Remi Tremblay
  • Patent number: 5402085
    Abstract: The voltage variation between the electrodes of the tube of a microwave amplifier (1) causing a phase Shift of the output wave from the microwave amplifier (1), the process according to the invention consists of creating a phase shift of the wave entering the tube of the microwave amplifier (1) that is substantially proportional to the voltage variation and in the direction opposite the phase shift of the output wave caused by this voltage variation.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 20, 1993
    Date of Patent: March 28, 1995
    Assignee: Thomson-CSF
    Inventor: Gilles Cote