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2437results about "Flow properties" patented technology

Preparation and characterization of formulations in a high throughput mode

The invention is an automated robotic system for the production and testing of formulations at a very high throughput. It is an integrated system of hardware and software capable of preparing and evaluating hundreds of emulsions per day. The system can formulate aqueous solutions (SL), oil in water emulsions (EW), suspo-emulsions (SE), micro capsule suspensions (CS), micro-emulsions (ME), and suspension concentrates (SC) at the 1 ml to 25 ml scale. The system can process emulsions rapidly in an automated way and enable very flexible formulation recipes to be introduced. The system allows chemists to generate experimental samples of varying recipe and method to be conducted in parallel with projected throughput of up to 1200 formulations processed and characterized per day. Materials and consumables can be distributed from storage storage systems to the work stations where dispensing of ingredients in various states can be performed, including solids, liquids, gels, pastes, suspensions and waxes. The emulsions formed can be characterized using methods including phase diagnosis, turbidity analysis, viscosity and particle sizing using automated test equipment. An integrated module can also perform Tank Mix Compatibility testing in high throughput mode. The modular system allows future processes and tests to be added, either to a station, or as a new station. The software capability includes tracking of processes from start to finish and the integration of analytical data with the as-designed and as-formulated experimental results.

Methods and devices for monitoring the integrity of a fluid connection

A surveillance device monitors the integrity of a fluid connection between first and second fluid containing systems based on at least one time-dependent measurement signal from a pressure sensor in the first fluid containing system. The first fluid containing system comprises a first pulse generator, and the second fluid containing system comprises a second pulse generator. The pressure sensor is arranged to detect first pulses originating from the first pulse generator and second pulses originating from the second pulse generator. The integrity of the fluid connection is determined based on the presence of second pulses in the measurement signal. The second pulses may be detected by analysing the measurement signal in the time domain and/or by using timing information indicative of the timing of the second pulses in said at least one measurement signal. The analysis may be based on a parameter value that represents a distribution of signal values within a time window of the measurement signal. The parameter value may be calculated as a statistical dispersion measure of the signal values, or may result from a matching of the signal values within the time window to a predicted temporal signal profile of a second pulse. The fluid connection may be established between a human blood system and an extracorporeal blood flow circuit.

Method and system for registering and measuring leaks and flows

The present invention concerns a method of quantifying, detecting and localizing leaks or flows of liquid, gasses, or particles, in an oil or gas producing well (230). The method utilizes an acoustic transducer (150) arranged in the well (230). The method comprises steps of: (a) detecting signals (210) using the transducer (150), wherein the signals (210) are generated by acoustic noise from leaks (20) or flow of liquid, gasses, or particles in surroundings of the transducer (150); (b) amplifying the signals (210) to generate corresponding amplified signals for subsequent processing in a processing unit (170) disposed locally to the transducer (150); (c) filtering the amplified signals (210) over several frequency ranges using dynamic filtering for simultaneously detecting in these frequency ranges for better optimizing the signal-to-noise ratio by filtering away background noise in the amplified signals (210), and thereby generating corresponding processed data; and (d) sending the processed data from the processing unit (170) to a unit on the surface for storage and/or viewing of said data. The invention also comprises a corresponding system for implementing the method. The method and system are beneficially adapted for a continuous measurement up and/or down the oil or gas producing well. (230) in a non-stepwise manner.
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