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Copyright
  • Software for Detection and Location for Partial Discharges in Oil-filled Electrical Power Transformers Using Supersonic Sensors and Wideband Correlation Techniques - HMSGHAT2000. All rights signed over to H. M. Shertukde by University of Hartford. Joint License owned by Connecticut Light and Power, (Northeast Utilities Systems), CT and Diagnostic Devices Inc., New Britain, CT 06051, March 31, 1998.
  • Software for Detection and Location of Partial Discharges in Liquid-filled electrical Power Transformers Using Wavelet Transform Methodology – WTPDDDI2000. Copyright signed over to Diagnostic Devices Inc., New Britain, CT 06051. July 1, 1999.

Patents

  • Hemchandra M. Shertukde, et al, "Method and Apparatus for Fault Detection” Patent # 6,178,386, January 23, 2001. Exclusive License given to DDI by UHART in December of 2005.
  • H. Shertukde and R. Shertukde, “CADSCAN” Provisional Patent – application # US60/464,777, April 2003. (Research funded by DDI)
  • H. Shertukde and R. Shertukde, “Apparatus and Method for Non-Invasive Diagnosing of coronary artery disease (CADSCAN)” Utility Patent – application # US10/830,719, April 2004. (Research funded by DDI). Awarded patent # 7,291,111 by USPTO on Nov 6, 2007.
  • R. H. Shertukde and H. Shertukde, “Biomedical sock to alleviate Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)” Utility Patent – application # US60/599,661, August 2004. (Research funded by DDI)
  • R. H. Shertukde and H. Shertukde, “Head Trauma Cap” Utility Patent – application # US60/599,751, August, 2004. (Research funded by DDI)
  • R. H. Shertukde and H. Shertukde, “Economy Class pedal 101 to alleviate Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) problems” Utility Patent – application # US60/599,659, August, 2004. (Research funded by DDI)
  • Hemchandra Shertukde and Peter Beckmann, “ Iso-Surface Optimal Membrane Adherent Compliant (ISOMAC) sensor, provisional patent application being applied to the USPTO, Washington DC, April 2005 by MedScanSonics, Inc., Vernon, CT 06066, USA.