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  • Date : 06-Sep-2013 Patent Search & Analysis Report (PSAR) Part-1 : Patent Search Technique Used Part-2 : Basic data of Patent and Bibliographic Team Id : 1300015602 Name : 1234567890 - GIC Patent Search Database Used : Indian Patent Office Database Keywords used for search : Automobile,Speeding,Control,Carbureted engine, Device, CAR, BIKE, TRUCK Search String : OVERSPEEDIN AND CONTROL AND AUTOMOBILE Number of Results/Hits getting : 3 Category / Field of Invention : Automobile Engineering Invention is related to/Class of Invention : Speed Control Title of Invention : Device for Controlling Over speeding of Automobiles Patent No : 227873 Application No : 2031/MUM/2006 Date of Filing/Application : 2006-12-12 Priority Date : 2006-12-12 Publication /Journal Number - (Issue No. of Journal in which patent is published) : 10/2009 Publication Date : 2009-03-06 First Filled Country : India Also Published in: Relevant Patent / Application No : Applicant for Patent is : Organization
  • Inventor Details Applicant Details Sr No Name Address City Country 1 . Purva Oza LD College Of EngNavaragpuraAhmedaba dIndia Ahmedabd India 2 . Purva Oza LD College Of EngNavaragpuraAhmedaba dIndia Ahmedabd India 3 . Purva Oza LD College Of EngNavaragpuraAhmedaba dIndia Ahmedabd India 4 . Purva Oza LD College Of EngNavaragpuraAhmedaba dIndia Ahmedabd India Sr No Name Address City Country 1 . TATA Motors Limited Bombay House, 24Homi Mody Street,Hutatma Chowk,Mumbai 400001Maharashtra, India Mumbai India
  • Part-3 : Technical part of patented invention Carbureted engines do not have speed control unit as an integral part of their design as seen in multipoint fuel injection engines and diesel engines. Carbureted engines now find applications with alternate fuels such as CNG and LPG and so their use in public domain is increases day by day. So by this kind of inventions high speed engines and highly offensive driving practice practiced by many city drivers can be controlled. Maximum speed limit and speed control of vehicles become an essential and lifesaving feature. Carbureted engines do not have speed control unit as an integral part of their design as seen in multipoint fuel injection engines and diesel engines. Carbureted engines now find applications with alternate fuels such as CNG and LPG and so their use in public domain is increases day by day. So by this kind of inventions high speed engines and highly offensive driving practice practiced by many city drivers can be controlled. Maximum speed limit and speed control of vehicles become an essential and lifesaving feature. The air and fuel quantity supplied to the engine governs the speed of the engine and that of the vehicle. The butterfly valve operated by the throttle thro? control linkage of the accelator pedal. Air and fuel supply to the engine is controlled by the opening of the butterfly valve. However in a carburetor engine fuel flow is governed by the carburetor which is proportionate to the air flow power produced by the ignition of air and fuel provides speed. It is understood that when the throttle is opened more, increased quantity fuel and air is supplied to the engine resulting in high speed. The engine over speed controller (EOSC) receives the speed signals from the engine as input and compares it with the predetermined maximum speed set point contained in the EOSC unit when the engine speed is less than the set value of maximum speed the unit remains inactive and no output signal is given. However, when the engine speed is equal or more than the set point, another electronic switch is activated such that the ignition system generates misfire in one cylinder to reduce the power generated by the engine momentarily by tending to reduce the engine speed. This control unit is pre-programmed, that the engine speed still is more than the maximum pre-set value, yet another cylinder is triggered to misfire to impart better control over the engine speed. If the engine speed is still more than the maximum pre-set value, the third cylinder is also triggered to misfire in all the three cylinders for better speed control. This misfire is monitored for a pre-determined time which is settable in the unit and if this time exceeds, the engine over speed control unit deactivates an electronic switch to stop the fuel supply to the engine. This is in addition to the misfire in the cylinders and is aimed at positive reduction in engine speed. Once the speed limit is below the pre-set value electronic switch is actuated to restart fuel supply. Simultaneously the misfire switches is deactuated to stop misfire and the engine restores its normal speed. This device may also be attached to Carbureted engines running on bifuels like gasoline and CNG and gasoline and LPG. This patent is about to control over speeding of vehicles with help of new device. The device consists of input and an output units and a programmed speed limit valve. The output is connected to electronic switches which are capable of causing misfire in the cylinders and thereafter deactuating the fuel supply to the engine Limitation of Prior Technology/Art : Specific Problem Solved / Objective of Inventor : Brief about Invention : Key Learning Points : Summary of Invention :
  • to reduce the speed. When the speed limit goes below the predetermined limit the fuel supply switch is activated to restart the engine. We can integrate engine with Electric Controlling Unit (ECU) which controls the opening and closing of valves. We can integrate engine with Electric Controlling Unit (ECU) which controls the opening and closing of valves. We can also attach eddy current generating circuit on crank shaft, which activates once it crosses speed limit. Number of Claims : 4 Patent Status : Granted Patent How much this invention is related with your IDP/UDP? >91% Do you have any idea to do anything around the said invention to improve it? :