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Gaudencio A Labrador: Scavenger energy converter system its new applications and its control systems. December 11, 2001: US06327994 (145 worldwide citation)

What has been invented is a series of scientific applications of the wideface energy converter device, be it in the form of a wideface solar heat receiver or a wideface fluid impeder device. The wider is the solar heat receiver, the more solar power is available for conversion. The wider is the sail ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Water-mist blower cooling system and its new applications. September 25, 2001: US06293121 (129 worldwide citation)

What had been created are various new processes with the corresponding newly created devices that support or to handle the new processes in order to attained the desired outcome of the new processes. One desired outcome is to produce a low technology cooling system that can be easily made by the ord ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Rein-deer kite and its control systems. July 25, 1995: US05435259 (25 worldwide citation)

What has been created is a new device that is used to take benefits from the energy of the high altitude winds for purposes of doing work and to produce usable and storable energy such as electricity, compressed air, etc., without using fuel. This device maybe in the form of an ordinary glider kite ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: United sail windmill. August 22, 1989: US04859146 (21 worldwide citation)

The object of this invention is to provide a large scale but low cost windmill by maximizing wind-contact out of the least cost of materials with least cost of maintenance. This is attained by making the sails (100) as large as possible using light materials such as framed fabrics or aluminum sheets ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Rein-deer kite. October 15, 1991: US05056447 (20 worldwide citation)

What has been created is a new form of an equipment/kite that carry weight in mid-air regardless of fuel and/or wind, which converts the wind energy into mechanical energy by acting as a sail in a multi-level formation, which is in the form of a large flat air balloon 1/2 acre to more than 5 acres w ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Water-wave energy converter systems. April 16, 1996: US05507943 (19 worldwide citation)

What is created is a multichambered honeycomb structure; made of laminates and composite materials to cut cost and provide strength and durability; disposed floating on open waters in an elongated form to serve as sea wall to break up the surfs to create a calm harbor for safe refuge for boats, floa ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Labrador water-wave energy converter. March 10, 1992: US05094595 (18 worldwide citation)

What has been invented is a machine that is planted on the ocean floor or set out floating on the ocean to convert the energy of the surfs into storable and consumable energies, such as, compressed air, etc., comprising:


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Gaudencio A Labrador: United sail windmill. July 12, 1988: US04756666 (12 worldwide citation)

This windmill provides low cost energy out of the wind in the form of compressed air, etc, by maximizing wind-contact at the least cost of construction and maintenance, at the least cost of project site--making the "Output/Cost Ratio" very high. This is done by making the sails very large using ligh ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Kasipagan sail boat. July 2, 1991: US05027735 (11 worldwide citation)

What has been created is the fastest sail boat that can act as a tugboat or industrially used to pull a water turbine for the production of electricity or compressed air, as compared to the capabilities of the prior arts of equal size and form. This is attained by the use of water as counterweight c ...


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Gaudencio A Labrador: Water-wave-energy converter. October 1, 1991: US05052902 (9 worldwide citation)

What has been invented is a machine constructed according to the apparatus illustrated by FIG. 6 in Sheet 5/9, set out floating on the ocean to convert the energy of the water waves into storable and consumable energies, such as, compressed air, etc, comprising:



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