ADSA has registered and applied for several patents in Spain, Europe and America, which are based on the Theory of Dynamic Interactions. Their added value lies in the opening-up of new approaches to science which favour an important technological development for the society as a whole. Hereunder the following patents are described:
Patent 1: TANKER FOR THE TRANSPORT OF LIQUIDS OR GASES
It may also be used for grain transport.
It consists of a cylindrical body which contains the load deposits, presenting a hydrodynamic configuration at its ends and having a deposit at bow and stern respectively, fit out with a propeller and a pumping system inside, with a longitudinal axle.
The tanker has no helm, except for an emergency helm, as its horizontal steering is based on the transfer of the centre of gravity of the tanker by means of using a pump system and two water deposits, placed at bow and stern respectively. The invention includes an auxiliary emergency helm.
This invention can be of application in the Naval Industry.
Patent 2: DYNAMIC MAGNETIC ENGINE OF LOW CONSUME
It is a usefulness model, related to a dynamic magnetic engine of low consume without direct current and without brush, with a variable support engine, which is based on the application of the Theory of Dynamic Interactions in combination with electromagnetic induction.
Its main characteristic is the low consume and that its construction has very few elements, basically an electromagnet equipped with an automatic device of impulse actions, such that the metallic disk will also be activated by impulses, the obtained result being very low consume.
This patent is applicable in the manufacturing industry of dynamic magnetic engines
Patent 3: DINAMIC HELM APPLICABLE IN THE STEERING OF SHIPS
The idea is to replace the traditional helm of any kind of ship by a dynamic mechanism. It consists in incorporating in the lower part of the keel or drop keel and place, longitudinally, a cylinder with two deposits at its ends, filled with water up to 50%, and by means of a pump transfer the water from one deposit to the other, with an horizontal axle which is perpendicular to the longitudinal axle of the ship and parallel to the plane of the water.
More precisely, it consists of a submerged cylinder connected to the hull, located under the keel and well-balanced, with a parallel axle to the longitudinal axle from bow to stern. In the case of sailing ships, the cylindrical mechanism is located under the drop keel, substituting the fixed counterweight of these ships. It has to be said that in this type of ships the rotation of the cylinder of the dynamic helm can be produced either by an inner electric engine, or by means of propellers at the stern of the cylinder itself, which will get activated when the ship is pushed by the wind.
This invention is useful for the manufacturing industry of ships.
Patent 4: DYNAMIC STEERING SYSTEMS FOR MOBILE ELEMENTS
This invention refers to a dynamic system for the steering of mobile elements, and offers essential innovative characteristics as well as important advantages compared to the known and used means for the same purposes as proposed by the up to date technology.
More specifically, the invention proposes the development of a dynamic system which allows the steering of mobile elements, fixing the trajectory, both in the terrestrial atmosphere and in space, and which is also usable in liquids, especially in water.
The application scope of the invention covers the activity sector destined to the control of mobile devices which follow a certain trajectory, for its change and/or up-keeping.
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