Patents by Inventor Roman J. Press

Roman J. Press 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: 7523747
    Abstract: A fuel is conditioned in a fuel supply system for more efficient combustion in a combustion chamber. The conditioning system includes a fuel vessel for fuel conditioning, at least one fuel dispersing nozzle mounted for discharge into the fuel vessel, at least one gas inlet port and at least one conditioned fuel outlet. A low level sensor registers a lower level of conditioned fuel in the fuel vessel. A high level sensor registers an upper level of conditioned fuel in the fuel vessel. A gas source feeds a gas to the fuel vessel, wherein the gas is dissolved in the liquid fuel for forming a liquid/gas fuel solution. A low-pressure fuel pump and a liquid fuel supply line supply liquid fuel from a fuel reservoir to the at least one dispersing nozzle of the fuel vessel at a pressure P1 higher than the gas pressure P2. A needle valve positioned downstream the fuel chamber, lowers the pressure, created in the fuel chamber by gas pressure P2, to lower level P3 downstream the needle valve.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 21, 2007
    Date of Patent: April 28, 2009
    Assignee: Ultimate Combustion Corporation
    Inventors: Igor A. Gachik, Lev M. Gurarye, Victor N. Gurin, Yuri S. Levin, Roman J. Press, Naum Staroselsky, Sam Vaynblat
  • Publication number: 20090084366
    Abstract: A fuel is aerated in a fuel supply and gasification system for more efficient combustion in a combustion chamber. The gasification system includes a mixing device for mixing a liquid fuel with at least one gas. A gas source feeds the gas to a gas feeding nozzle and through the nozzle further to the mixing device, wherein the gas is mixed with the liquid fuel for forming a liquid fuel/gas bubbles mixture. A low-pressure fuel pump connected with the mixing device by a liquid fuel supply line feeds liquid fuel from a fuel reservoir to the mixing device at pressure P1 higher than the gas pressure P2. A prepared liquid fuel/gas bubbles mixture is fed into a high-pressure fuel pump where the liquid fuel/gas bubble mixture get compressed to the state of homogeneous liquid and further is injected into a combustion chamber for instance of internal combustion engine at a pressure P4 that is higher than a pressure P3 in the combustion chamber at the moment of injecting fuel in it.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 28, 2007
    Publication date: April 2, 2009
    Applicant: ULTIMATE COMBUSTION CORPORATION
    Inventors: Igor A. Gachik, Lev M. Gurarye, Victor N. Gurin, Yuri S. Levin, Roman J. Press, Naum Staroselsky, Sam Vaynblat
  • Publication number: 20090078226
    Abstract: A fuel is conditioned in a fuel supply system for more efficient combustion in a combustion chamber. The conditioning system includes a fuel vessel for fuel conditioning, at least one fuel dispersing nozzle mounted for discharge into the fuel vessel, at least one gas inlet port and at least one conditioned fuel outlet. A low level sensor registers a lower level of conditioned fuel in the fuel vessel. A high level sensor registers an upper level of conditioned fuel in the fuel vessel. A gas source feeds a gas to the fuel vessel, wherein the gas is dissolved in the liquid fuel for forming a liquid/gas fuel solution. A low-pressure fuel pump and a liquid fuel supply line supply liquid fuel from a fuel reservoir to the at least one dispersing nozzle of the fuel vessel at a pressure P1 higher than the gas pressure P2. A needle valve positioned downstream the fuel chamber, lowers the pressure, created in the fuel chamber by gas pressure P2, to lower level P3 downstream the needle valve.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 21, 2007
    Publication date: March 26, 2009
    Applicant: ULTIMATE COMBUSTION COMPANY
    Inventors: Igor A. Gachik, Lev M. Gurarye, Victor N. Gurin, Yuri S. Levin, Roman J. Press, Naum Staroselsky, Sam Vaynblat
  • Patent number: 7434568
    Abstract: A fuel is conditioned in a fuel supply system for more efficient combustion in a combustion chamber. The conditioning system includes a plurality of vessels, each defining a fuel chamber for fuel conditioning, at least one fuel dispersing nozzle mounted for discharge into the fuel chamber, at least one gas inlet port, a gas outlet port with a gate valve and a pressure reducer mounted thereon. A low level sensor registers a low level of conditioned fuel in the fuel chamber. A gas source feeds a gas to the vessels wherein the gas is dissolved in the liquid fuel for forming a liquid/gas fuel solution. A gas delivery and gas pressure control system with flow-directional valves and gas pressure regulators supply gas and maintain a relatively high, first gas pressure P1 and a relatively low, second gas pressure P2.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 3, 2007
    Date of Patent: October 14, 2008
    Assignee: Ultimate Combustion Corporation
    Inventors: Igor A. Gachik, Lev M. Gurarye, Victor N. Gurin, Yuri S. Levin, Roman J. Press, Naum Staroselsky, Semen Vaynblat
  • Patent number: 5398657
    Abstract: A gaseous fuel injection system has a fuel metering body having a tubular injector chamber with an expansion chamber at one closed end thereof; the expansion chamber having openings for the passage of fuel from the chamber to the exterior of the fuel metering body. Additionally, a spool type silencer is positioned between the expansion chamber and a fuel injector located at the end of the silencer opposite that of the expansion chamber. The silencer has a hollow cylindrical core with an inlet to receive fuel from the injector and a multiplicity of outlets for the passage of the fuel to an outer annular region. The outer annular region has an upper wall for support of the injector within the tubular injector chamber and a lower wall having openings for passage of the fuel from the annular region to the expansion chamber.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 11, 1994
    Date of Patent: March 21, 1995
    Assignee: General Motors Corporation
    Inventors: Roman J. Press, Kenneth P. Cianfichi
  • Patent number: 5398676
    Abstract: A portable emergency respirator which contains an electrical power supply, a source of compressed air, and a switch which allows one to produce three separate different types of pneumatic outputs from the source of compressed air. In one mode of operation, the output from the source of compressed air provides intermittent positive pressure ventilation to the patient. In a second mode of operation, the output from the source of compressed air is automatically synchronized with the patient's breathing. In a third mode of operation, the output from the source of compressed air is manually controlled by an operator.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 30, 1993
    Date of Patent: March 21, 1995
    Inventors: Roman J. Press, Jeffrey S. Gutterman
  • Patent number: 5348233
    Abstract: A fuel injector has a flat armature/valve controlling fuel flow through an opening in a valve seat. The valve seat comprises a raised annular land with a cylindrical opening extending therethrough to define a substantially cylindrical outlet for the passage of fuel having a substantial flow area.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 1, 1993
    Date of Patent: September 20, 1994
    Assignee: General Motors Corporation
    Inventors: Roman J. Press, James O. Wilson
  • Patent number: 5293856
    Abstract: A gaseous fuel injection system has a fuel metering body having a tubular injector chamber with an expansion chamber at one closed end thereof; the expansion chamber having openings for the passage of fuel from the chamber to the exterior of the fuel metering body. Additionally, a spool type silencer is positioned between the expansion chamber and a fuel injector located at the end of the silencer opposite that of the expansion chamber. The silencer has a hollow cylindrical core with an inlet to receive fuel from the injector and a multiplicity of outlets for the passage of the fuel to an outer annular region. The outer annular region has an upper wall for support of the injector within the tubular injector chamber and a lower wall having openings for passage of the fuel from the annular region to the expansion chamber.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 1, 1993
    Date of Patent: March 15, 1994
    Assignee: General Motors Corporation
    Inventors: Roman J. Press, Kenneth P. Cianfichi
  • Patent number: 5211170
    Abstract: A portable emergency respirator is disclosed. This respirator contains an electrical power supply, an air compressor, and a switch which allows one to produce three separate different types of pneumatic outputs from the air compressor. In one mode of operation, the output from the air compressor provides intermittent positive pressure ventilation to the patient. In a second mode of operation, the output from the air compressor is automatically synchronized with the patient breathing. In a third mode of operation, the output from the air compressor is manually controlled by an operator.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 1, 1991
    Date of Patent: May 18, 1993
    Inventor: Roman J. Press