Rapidly developable low cost and power efficient portable turbine-based emergency ventilator

Syed Razwanul Haque mail

OSHWA UID

BD000001 Project Website

Certification Date

August 10, 2021

Country

Bangladesh

Proposing a novel way to rapidly develop a portable turbine and valve-based emergency ventilator that uses 3D printing technology and off-the-shelf components that have commonly used modes. Algorithms such as feed-forward and PID are used alongside our unique ‘Sensor Data Filtration Methodology’. This modular, portable, energy-efficient and low-noise system ventilator also features a swappable battery that can run for 5.6 hours at a stretch and also holds the ability to even run-on solar power.

Version

1.0

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Hardware
Other
Software
Other
Documentation
CC BY-SA
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Project Type
Other
3D Printing
Electronics
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Keywords
turbine-based ventilator, sfm3300, mpx2010, prvc, simv, peep valve, 3d printing, covid-19, pressure release mechanism, 18650 battery, acute respiratory distress syndrome, medical, emergency, ventilator, turbine-based, low cost, modular, portable, peep

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