Production of fluid movement without the use of internal moving parts or mechanical parts
Experimental pump developed an academic research project and was converted into a working product. The pump uses the flexibility of the pipe which leads the liquid to produce a fluid motion without the use of internal moving parts or mechanical parts that come in contact with the fluid. The device produces flexible tube waves in a fixed, known a planned wave function. The waves push the fluid in the tube and produce a flow without using mechanical parts on the inside of the tube. The patent is intended for use in scenarios that require pumping of fluid how do not allow to use standard pumps. For example, encouraging blood flow in the veins and arteries in the body for various types of heart patients. This type of device can encourage and produce arterial blood flow by “tapping” a pre-planned frequency on the outside of the artery, without having to insert an instrument into the artery.