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  DEVICE FOR REMOTE MONITORING OF OVERHEAD POWER TRANSMISSION LINE CONDUCTORS FOR CONDITION (ALTERNATIVES)
FIELD: monitoring high-voltage line conductors and transferring data on their condition to data acquisition centers (supervision centers). EFFECT: enhanced operating reliability of device. 20 cl, 2 dwg
Publishing date: March 9, 2004

  METHOD FOR DETECTION OF PATHOGENIC MICROORGANISMS IN ENVIRONMENT OBJECTS
FIELD: microbiology. EFFECT: improved detection method. 2 ex
Publishing date: February 9, 2004

  PROFILOGRAPH
FIELD: measurement technology, devices testing surface roughness. EFFECT: raised precision, increased number of feeling routes, reduced time of operational registration, possibility of examination of real picture of microrelief. 3 dwg
Publishing date: December 8, 2003

  PROCEDURE LOCATING CABLE FAULT IN POWER TRANSMISSION AND COMMUNICATION LINE WITH USE OF MARKER’S METHOD AND DEVICE FOR ITS IMPLEMENTATION
FIELD: instruments locating points of break and short-circuit in power transmission and communication lines and determining their length. EFFECT: increased accuracy of location of point of fault, shortened time of search for fault in cables in power transmission and communication lines. 3 cl, 3 dwg
Publishing date: December 8, 2003

  METHOD FOR DETECTING BIOLOGICAL, CHEMICAL AND RADIOACTIVE ANTIGENS IN HUMAN ORGANISM AND SELECTING MEDICAMENTS FOR THEIR EVACUATION
FIELD: medicine. EFFECT: improved reliability in detecting antigen presence in human organism. 2 cl, 1 tbl
Publishing date: November 3, 2003

  METHOD OF CONTACT-FREE NONDESTRUCTIVE TEST OF THERMOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS AND FACILITY FOR ITS EMBODIMENT
FIELD: technical physics. EFFECT: raised precision of method. 2 cl, 2 dwg, 1 tbl
Publishing date: October 6, 2003

  VEHICLE WHEEL PRESSURE DROP INDICATOR
FIELD: transport engineering. EFFECT: improved sensitivity of device owing to provision of direct contact of sensing element of pickup with air in tire, simplified mounting and removal of device for adjusting and repair. 2 dwg
Publishing date: September 29, 2003

  SYSTEM FOR SIGNAL TRANSMISSION OVER POWER TRANSMISSION LINE TO DETECT ICE ON CONDUCTORS
FIELD: power engineering; diagnosing ice situation in region using telemechanics and communication channels. EFFECT: simplified design; improved performance characteristics. 1 cl, 6 dwg
Publishing date: September 8, 2003

  SENSOR OF CARBON OXIDE
FIELD: gas analysis, detectors registering and measuring content of carbon oxide. EFFECT: increased sensitivity of sensor, improved adaptability to its fabrication, reduced working temperature. 3 dwg
Publishing date: September 1, 2003

  DOUBLE-BEAM INTERFEROMETER
FIELD: interferometric measurements. EFFECT: enhanced precision of interferometric measurements at large dimensions of the working field, expanded spectrum of the interferometer, simplified tuning of the interferometer, reduced cost. 2 dwg
Publishing date: September 1, 2003

  ELEMENT SENSITIVE TO CONCENTRATION OF GASES
FIELD: analytic instrumentation, elements sensitive to composition of gases. EFFECT: capability to determine concentrations of gases and gaseous substances in air and in atmosphere of inert gases. 1 dwg
Publishing date: September 1, 2003

  PROCEDURE DETERMINING COLOR OF OBJECT AND FACILITY FOR ITS REALIZATION
FIELD: optical measurements, determination of color of objects with partially clear internal medium diffusely scattering light, specifically, teeth. EFFECT: provision for objective automated determination of color of such objects as teeth. 3 cl, 5 dwg
Publishing date: August 18, 2003

  IMAGE TAKING DEVICE
FIELD: image identifying methods for fingerprinting studies. EFFECT: reduced power requirement and fingerprinting equipment size; enhanced resolving power. 7 cl, 16 dwg
Publishing date: August 18, 2003

  DEVICE FOR MEASURING STORAGE BATTERY DEGREE OF CHARGE
FIELD: measuring residual capacity of lead storage battery. EFFECT: enhanced reliability of measurement results, improved safety of storage battery during measurement procedures. 1 dwg
Publishing date: May 12, 2003

  DEVICE MEASURING SMALL-SCALE FLOW RATE OF GAS
FIELD: measurement technology. EFFECT: increased accuracy, reliability and sensitivity of measurements in wide range of temperatures of supplied gas and environment. 1 dwg
Publishing date: May 12, 2003

  METHOD AND DEVICE FOR SETTING DIAGNOSIS BASED ON CARDIAC RHYTHM DATA
FIELD: medicine; medical engineering. EFFECT: high accuracy, reliability and differentiation degree of diagnosis. 2 cl, 4 dwg
Publishing date: April 21, 2003

  DAY AND NIGHT OBSERVATION DEVICE
FIELD: optical instrumentation engineering; optical systems for viewing and tracking remote objects. EFFECT: enlarged functional capabilities, enhanced precision and operating reliability. 2 cl, 4 dwg
Publishing date: January 27, 2003

  METHOD OF GEOCHEMICAL SEARCH FOR OIL AND GAS DEPOSIT
FIELD: prospecting for oil and gas. EFFECT: increased informativity and authenticity of method with reduction of material expenditure. 2 dwg
Publishing date: January 20, 2003

  REMOTE TEMPERATURE MEASURING DEVICE
FIELD: oil and gas industry; geothermic researches. EFFECT: improved accuracy of temperature measurements. 1 dwg
Publishing date: December 23, 2002

  METHOD MEASURING MECHANICAL STRESS IN STRUCTURAL MATERIALS
FIELD: nondestructive test of physical characteristics of structural materials, determination of single-axis mechanical stresses of various structures in field, for instance, pipe-lines delivering oil and gas. EFFECT: enhanced authenticity of measurement of single-axis mechanical stresses in structural materials by generation of reliable information on initial state ( initial stresses ) of material in tested zone, reduced labor input and expenses. 1 cl, 3 dwg
Publishing date: November 11, 2002

  METHOD AND DEVICE FOR RECONSTRUCTING THREE-DIMENSIONAL HUMAN BODY SURFACE
FIELD: medicine; medical engineering. EFFECT: enhanced effectiveness in diagnosing human vertebral column disorders; wide range of functional applications. 8 cl, 8 dwg
Publishing date: October 28, 2002

  MINIREFLECTOMETER-COLORIMETER FOR ANALYSIS OF LIQUID AND GASEOUS MEDIA BY REAGENT INDICATOR PAPER TESTS
FIELD: spectral analysis of materials. EFFECT: potential for compatible measurement of luminous radiation both diffusively reflected from indicator paper and transmitted through it. 11 dwg, 1 tbl
Publishing date: October 7, 2002

  APPARATUS FOR DETECTING FABRIC SEAM AND DETERMINING INADMISSIBLE BENDING
FIELD: textile industry. EFFECT: increased efficiency and improved invulnerability to jamming. 2 dwg
Publishing date: September 16, 2002

  DEVICE FOR PROTECTING TELEPHONE LINE AGAINST UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO TRUNK COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
FIELD: telephone communications; protection of trunk communication system users from unauthorized access. EFFECT: enhanced reliability of protecting users of wire and radio telephone sets against unauthorized access. 2 cl, 1 dwg
Publishing date: August 26, 2002

  PROCEDURE TESTING LEAK-PROOFNESS AND DETERMINING COORDINATES OF POINT OF LEAK IN PRODUCT PIPE-LINE
FIELD: testing equipment. EFFECT: expanded application field of procedure testing leak-proofness of main product pipe-lines under automobile and rail roads, increased length of tested area and raised precision in determination of coordinates of point of leak in product pipe-line. 6 cl, 1 dwg
Publishing date: June 10, 2002

  DETECTION OF LEAKAGE THROUGH PIPES
FIELD: measurement technology. EFFECT: provision for less intermittent and less expansive mechanism for precise leakage test of pipes under pressure. 2o cl, 5 dwg
Publishing date: May 13, 2002

  TECHNIQUE OF LASER DETECTION OF NEUTRON FLUXES ON RADIATION HAZARDOUS OBJECTS
FIELD: detection of neutron fluxes. EFFECT: enhanced sensitivity of detection of fields of ionizing radiation. 1 cl, 1 tbl
Publishing date: April 16, 2002

  DEVICE FOR DETECTION OF DRUGS AND EXPLOSIVES
FIELD: measuring equipment. EFFECT: independence of measurements on temperature and simultaneous production of spectra of the examined and standard samples. 1 dwg
Publishing date: April 2, 2002

  METHOD TO DETECT MEAT SPECIFICITY IN POULTRY AND GAME
FIELD: veterinary science, veterinary examination. EFFECT: shortened terms and increased accuracy in determining meat specificity in poultry and game. 1 tbl, 1 ex
Publishing date: March 19, 2002

  DEVICE FOR CHANGE OF PROPERTY OF SUBSTANCES AND THEIR COMPONENTS
FIELD: treatment of biological, physical and chemical substances for change of their properties. EFFECT: reduced toxicity of combustion products; increased power input of fuel. 8 cl, 1 dwg
Publishing date: January 29, 2002

  GEAR DETECTING OBJECTS IN PROTECTED ZONE
FIELD: equipment for detection of objects in protected zone and for simultaneous registration of impact mechanical action on protected object. EFFECT: expanded functional capabilities of gear 2 dwg.
Publishing date: January 22, 2002

  WAY TO DETECT UNDERWATER OBJECT IN DEFENDED SEA WATER AREA
FIELD: underwater acoustics. EFFECT: especial efficiency of way during gale and ( or ) precipitation on defended sea water area. 1 cl, 2 dwg
Publishing date: January 22, 2002

  DEVICE FOR OBTAINING OF IMAGE OF FIREARM CARTRIDGE-CASE BOTTOM
FIELD: optoelectronic instrument engineering, applicable in criminal law for ballistic examinations of firearm. EFFECT: improved image of the flat bottom of firearm cartridge case. 2 dwg
Publishing date: October 31, 2001

  TARGET COORDINATE TRACKER
FIELD: radio engineering, in particular, radar ranging systems, applicable in on-board radars. EFFECT: enhanced stability of target range and speed tracking. 1 dwg
Publishing date: October 3, 2001

  PROCESS AND PLANT TO READ IMAGE RECORDED IN PHOSPHORUS SHEET OF BENT SHAPE
FIELD: image reading. EFFECT: provision for accurate bearing of phosphorus sheet against side cylindrical surface, for high accuracy and velocity of reading, simplified design of plant and its economical efficiency. 19 cl, 7 dwg
Publishing date: September 19, 2001

  SITUATION IDENTIFYING DEVICE
FIELD: computer engineering. EFFECT: enhanced precision of identification. 3 dwg
Publishing date: June 26, 2001

  REMOTE MEASUREMENT OF FILM THICKNESS
FIELD: measurement technology; operational express control of petroleum product film thickness in treating facilities of inland waters, port water areas, etc. EFFECT: possibility of measuring thickness of thin films when number of extreme becomes lesser than two depending on intensity of reflected radiation versus wave length. 2 dwg
Publishing date: June 26, 2001

  METHOD OF OIL POOL RESERVES DETERMINATION
FIELD: oil producing industry; applicable in determination of deposit reserves with deposits of complicated configuration of Salim type and pools of reef origin. EFFECT: determination of strip-like pool width and orientation on terrain with minimum number of wells and volume of hydrodynamic research.
Publishing date: May 29, 2001

  A METHOD OF DETECTION AND NEUTRALIZATION PLASTIC ANTIPERSONNEL MINES THAT CONTAIN A TRIGGING LEAD-BASED EXPLOSIVE IN A BLASTING CAP
In the second modification of the newly developed method, data on a sound pulse amplitude, direction and return time obtained by sound detectors installed within the radiating zone are used.
Publishing date: April 11, 2001

  A METHOD TO MONITOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES EMISSIONS
In the newly-developed method, the software is used for the atmosphere monitoring is introduced and the algorithm, reflecting the interrelation between PSí HS mass pollution and the concentration of the said HS at the check points under current meteorological conditions, is activated. Based on the calculation results, all pollution sources are then ranked by their contribution to the total HS ground concentration level at each check point. Those PSs, whose share in polluting is over 80% of the total designed pollution value at each check point, are specified as the largest pollution sources.
Publishing date: February 20, 2001

  APPLICATION OF RADIOACTIVE INDICATORS FOR MAIN PIPELINES DIAGNOSIS
A traditional method applied today to diagnosis main pipelines condition by means of radioactive indicators includes an intelligent pigging, registration of the pig coordinates and radioactive indicatorsí gamma radiation level, and consequent determination of location and nature of a defect based on the analysis of the received data.In the newly-developed technology, natural radionuclides containing in a pumping-through medium and natural radionuclides decomposition products accumulated over the pipeline operation period on a pipeline wall and in the soil adjoining the outer pipeline wall are used as radioactive indicators. Gamma radiation of the said radionuclides is registered and pipeline sections with increased total gamma radiation level of the said radionuclides are selected. Gamma radiation of short-living isotopes and low-energy radiation of radionuclides are separated. To define a defect nature, gamma radiation of short-living isotopes is compared with the total gamma radiation and/or low-energy gamma radiation at the selected pipeline wall section.
Publishing date: January 23, 2001

  A METHOD OF LIQUID FLOW MEASURING
Unlike the typically used method, the newly-patented method provides for exciting electromagnetic field adjustment depending on current flow rate of controlling liquid.
Publishing date: November 15, 2000

  DETERMINATION OF SURFACE AREAS POTENTIALLY COLLAPSIBLE DURING UNDERGROUND EXPLORATION OF ORE DEPOSITS
The new technology introduces an additional provision of estimating the depth of exploration at all zones of overlapping exhausted beds. The estimation takes account of the parting thickness and the total thickness of deposits. Based on the obtained data, the contour lines of the total thickness and correlation between the exploration depth and the total thickness are drawn.
Publishing date: September 4, 2000

  METHOD OF FINDING DAMAGED SEGMENT OF CABLE WITH METALLIC COMPONENTS
In the proposed method, the impulse receiver accepts the signal reflected from the damaged section, rather than induced impulse. The point of damage is determined reference to position of the monitoring impulse source, when the marks of the monitoring impulse and the signal reflected from the damage point coincide on the receiver display.
Publishing date: September 4, 2000


 

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