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  • Concord, MA
  • 11 Alexandra Way, Acton, MA 01720
  • 400 N River Rd #1139, West Lafayette, IN 47906
  • 98 Parlmont Park, North Billerica, MA 01862
  • Billerica, MA
  • 6 Brittany Ln, Chelmsford, MA 01824
  • Waltham, MA
  • Langhorne, PA
  • N Billerica, MA

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Sr Manager R & D At Boston Scientific

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Position:
Sr Manager R & D at Boston Scientific
Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
Boston Scientific
Sr Manager R & D
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Srinath Tupil

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Location:
Greater Boston Area
Industry:
Medical Devices

Publications

Us Patents

Spiral Formed Flexible Fluid Containment Vessel

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US Patent:
6675734, Jan 13, 2004
Filed:
Jul 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/908877
Inventors:
Dana Eagles - Sherborn MA
Bjorn Rydin - Horby,
Jan Rexfelt - Halmstad,
Crayton Gregory Toney - Wrentham MA
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA
Donald Tripp Lawton - Wayland MA
Assignee:
Albany International Corp. - Albany NY
International Classification:
B65D 8878
US Classification:
114256, 114 74 R, 383117
Abstract:
A flexible fluid containment vessel or vessels fabricated out of spirally wound strips of fabric for transporting and containing a large volume of fluid, particularly fresh water, having beam stabilizers, beam separators, reinforcing, and the method of making the same.

Flexible Fluid Containment Vessel

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US Patent:
6860218, Mar 1, 2005
Filed:
Apr 11, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/832739
Inventors:
Dana Eagles - Sherborn MA,
Crayton Gregory Toney - Wrentham MA,
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA,
Donald Tripp Lawton - Wayland MA,
James G. Donovan - Norwell MA,
William Dutt - Wolfeboro NH,
Eric Romanski - Clifton Park NY,
Bjorn Rydin - Hörby,
Jan Rexfelt - Halmstad,
Assignee:
Albany International Corp. - Albany NY
International Classification:
B65D088/78
US Classification:
114256, 114 74 T
Abstract:
A seamless, woven, flexible fluid containment vessel or vessels for transporting and containing a large volume of fluid, particularly fresh water, having beam stabilizers, beam separators, reinforcing, and the method of making the same.

Flexible Fluid Containment Vessel

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US Patent:
7721668, May 25, 2010
Filed:
Oct 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/966525
Inventors:
Dana Eagles - Sherborn MA,
Crayton Gregory Toney - Wrentham MA,
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA,
Donald Tripp Lawton - Wayland MA,
James G. Donovan - Norwell MA,
William Dutt - Wolfeboro NH,
Eric Romanski - Clifton Park NY,
Bjorn Rydin - Hörby,
Jan Rexfelt - Halmstad,
Assignee:
Albany International Corp. - Albany NY
International Classification:
B65D 88/78
US Classification:
114256
Abstract:
A seamless, woven, flexible fluid containment vessel or vessels for transporting and containing a large volume of fluid, particularly fresh water, having beam stabilizers, beam separators, reinforcing, and the method of making the same.

Flexible Fluid Containment Vessel Featuring A Keel-Like Seam

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US Patent:
7775171, Aug 17, 2010
Filed:
Jan 21, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/347996
Inventors:
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA,
Assignee:
Albany International Corp. - Albany NY
International Classification:
B63B 25/00
B63B 25/08
B63B 25/12
B65D 88/00
US Classification:
114 74R, 114 74 T, 114256
Abstract:
A flexible fluid containment vessel (FFCV) including at least one segment made up of a fabric. Two ends of the fabric are beaded and are joined together so as to form a generally cylindrical section. The interface along which the ends of the fabric are joined form a keel that serves to stabilize the completed FFCV when the FFCV is placed in water.

Method And Apparatus For Microcellular Polypropylene Extrusion, And Polypropylene Articles Produced Thereby

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US Patent:
2001001, Aug 2, 2001
Filed:
Mar 26, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/817489
Inventors:
Kent Blizard - Ashland MA,
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA,
William Malavich - Lowell MA,
International Classification:
A47G021/18
B32B003/26
B32B001/08
US Classification:
428/036500, 428/036920, 428/315700, 239/033000, 521/079000, 521/142000, 521/143000
Abstract:
A polymeric foam article is comprised mainly of homopolymeric polypropylene, or unimodal polypropylene. The polymeric article can be microcellular, and can be formed into a drinking straw.

Lamination Of Microcellular Articles

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US Patent:
2001002, Sep 13, 2001
Filed:
Dec 29, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/752105
Inventors:
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA,
Klaus Buchner - Schaffhausen,
Patrick Lahmann - Somerville OH,
International Classification:
B29C047/00
B05D003/12
US Classification:
156/244230, 156/543000
Abstract:
Articles including material laminated to a surface of a microcellular substrate are disclosed, as well as methods of making these articles. Microcellular polymeric material in sheet form can be extruded and continuously fed from the extruded to a lamination system, or microcellular sheet can be produced and stored, and then fed into a lamination system.

Needle Punched Textile For Use In Growing Anatomical Elements

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US Patent:
2004025, Dec 16, 2004
Filed:
Jan 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/337191
Inventors:
Fraser Sutherland - Boston MA,
Tjorvi Perry - Dedham MA,
Srinath Tupil - Chelmsford MA,
Assignee:
Children's Medical Center Corporation
International Classification:
A61F002/24
US Classification:
623/002130, 623/918000, 435/399000
Abstract:
In a system for generating tissue by growing cells in a porous and sometimes biodegradable material, a needle punched textile which serves as a scaffold is used for growing any of a variety of anatomical elements, in which the thickness of areas of the anatomical element and thus its strength can be increased by providing layers of mesh which are needled together to form a layerless textile and in which delamination is prevented through the use of the needling. In one embodiment, the needle punched textile is utilized to form a semi-lunar heart valve. In a preferred embodiment for pediatric use, the textile is made from two different biodegradable non-woven meshes. For some adult applications biodegradable meshes are not necessary, thus eliminating the necessity of using two different needled meshes. In one embodiment the needling is done with a single needle which is made to move around the periphery of a mold used in making the scaffold, thus to precisely control the area needled. Also a method for culturing cell-scaffold construction is described.

Endoprosthesis With Filament Repositioning Or Retrieval Member And Guard Structure

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US Patent:
2011006, Mar 10, 2011
Filed:
Aug 31, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/872298
Inventors:
Srinath Tupil - Acton MA,
James Biggins - Waltham MA,
William Bertolino - Framingham MA,
Assignee:
BOSTON SCIENTIFIC SCIMED, INC. - Maple Grove MN
International Classification:
A61F 2/82
US Classification:
623 115
Abstract:
An endoprosthesis includes a stent structure having an elongate member longitudinal portions of which overlap to define the crossover structures. The stent structure may also include loop structures, which are contiguous with the crossover structures, through which a filament extends. A guard structure is secured to the stent structure and located adjacent to the crossover structures to obstruct displacement of the filament between the longitudinal portions of the elongate member of the crossover structures. A method for operating the endoprosthesis includes displacing the loop structures toward one another along the filament to displaced positions relative to the suture structure for reducing the respective profiles of the stent structure and patch structure.
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