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Lalith K Silva

age ~63

from Atlanta, GA

Also known as:
  • Lalith Silva
  • Manori Silva
  • I Silva
  • Silva Manori
  • Sathya Silva
  • Manori Manori
  • Lalith Kithsiri Silva
  • Silva Manor
Phone and address:
4114 Menlo Dr, Atlanta, GA 30340
(770)4917044

Lalith Silva Phones & Addresses

  • 4114 Menlo Dr, Doraville, GA 30340 • (770)4917044
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Louisville, KY
  • Fayetteville, GA
  • Albert Lea, MN
  • Pembroke Pines, FL
  • Hialeah, FL
  • 4114 Menlo Way, Atlanta, GA 30340 • (678)6401174

Work

  • Position:
    Clerical/White Collar

Education

  • Degree:
    Graduate or professional degree

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Lalith Wasantha Silva

About:
Born:

1949

Work:
Position:

Captain • Chairman

Education:

He was educated at Nalanda College Colombo..

Skills & Activities:
Sport:

Sri Lanka One Day International cricket player • Sri Lanka Test cricket player • Sri Lankan cricket player


Activity:

Cricket

Us Patents

  • Melt-Spun Polysulfone Semipermeable Membranes And Methods For Making The Same

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  • US Patent:
    6881337, Apr 19, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jan 22, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/767558
  • Inventors:
    Timothy B. Meluch - Miramar FL, US
    Chung-Yuan Chiang - Pembroke Pines FL, US
    Hamid Jaanine - Fort Lauderdale FL, US
    Thanh Nguyen - Pembroke Pines FL, US
    John M. Radovich - Fort Lauderdale FL, US
    Kees Ruzius - Miami FL, US
    Lalith K. Silva - Chamblee GA, US
    George Washington - Miramar FL, US
  • Assignee:
    Baxter International Inc. - Deerfield IL
  • International Classification:
    B01D039/16
  • US Classification:
    21050041, 21050027, 264 41, 264 49
  • Abstract:
    The present invention discloses, inter alia, a composition useful for producing a hemogeneous, semipermeable membrane, the composition comprising (1) a polysulfone compounds, (2) a solvent, such as sulfolane, antypyrine, ╬┤valerolactam, diethyl phthalate, and mixtures thereof, and (3) a non-solvent, such as poly(ethylene glycol), di(ethylene glycol), tri(ethylene glycol), glycerol, and mixtures thereof. Another aspect of this invention discloses methods for fabricating semipermeable membranes by homogeneously mixing the composition of the polysulfone compound, solvent, and non-solvent, melting the composition, and melt-spinning the molten composition. Another aspect of the present invention includes homogeneous, melt-spun, semipermeable membranes useful for liquid separation processes, such as, but not limited to, microfiltration, ultrafiltration, dialysis, and reverse osmosis.
  • High-Flux Hollow-Fiber Membrane With Enhanced Transport Capability And Process For Making Same

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  • US Patent:
    56434529, Jul 1, 1997
  • Filed:
    Oct 21, 1994
  • Appl. No.:
    8/327431
  • Inventors:
    Anders Althin - Miami Lakes FL
    Ben Fernandez - Miami FL
    Raymond Elsen - Miami Lakes FL
    Kees Ruzius - Miami FL
    Lalith Silva - Miami Lakes FL
    George Washington - Miami FL
  • Assignee:
    Althin Medical, Inc. - Miami FL
  • International Classification:
    B01D 7116
  • US Classification:
    21050023
  • Abstract:
    Semipermeable membranes are disclosed for purifying aqueous biological fluids. The membranes are particularly suitable for purifying extracorporeal blood via hemodialysis. The membranes, preferably configured as hollow fibers, are made from a hydrophilic polymeric material, preferably cellulose acetate. Features of the membranes include an ultrafiltration coefficient (K. sub. uF) of about 15 to about 55 mL/hr/mmHg/m. sup. 2 (thus termed "high-flux" type membranes), a urea mass transfer coefficient (K. sub. oV (urea)) of at least 38. times. 10. sup. -3 cm/min, and a ratio of K. sub. oV (urea)/K. sub. uF of at least 2. 5. times. 10. sup. -3. Hollow fibers of such membranes suitable for hemodialysis have a lumen diameter of about 175 to about 210. mu. m and a wall thickness of about 10 to about 35. mu. m. According to disclosed methods for making the membranes, a melt comprising about 32 to about 40% w/w cellulose acetate, about 5 to about 10% w/w glycerine, and about 50 to about 67% w/w polyethylene glycol is extruded to make hollow fibers; the fibers are cooled, cold-stretched, water-leached, and replasticized using a glycerine solution.
  • Melt-Spun Polysulfone Semipermeable Membranes And Methods For Making The Same

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  • US Patent:
    62184415, Apr 17, 2001
  • Filed:
    May 24, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/317657
  • Inventors:
    Timothy B. Meluch - Miramar FL
    Chung-Yuan Chiang - Pembroke Pines FL
    Hamid Jaanine - Fort Lauderdale FL
    Thanh Nguyen - Pembroke Pines FL
    John M. Radovich - Fort Lauderdale FL
    Kees Ruzius - Miami FL
    Lalith K. Silva - Atlanta GA
    George Washington - Miramar FL
  • International Classification:
    C08J 900
    C08G 7520
    B01D 3900
  • US Classification:
    521 80
  • Abstract:
    The present invention discloses, inter alia, a composition useful for producing a homogeneous, semipermeable membrane, the composition comprising (1) a polysulfone compound, (2) a solvent, such as sulfolane, antypyrine,. delta. -valerolactam, diethyl phthalate, and mixtures thereof, and (3) a non-solvent, such as poly(ethylene glycol), di(ethylene glycol), tri(ethylene glycol), glycerol, and mixtures thereof. Another aspect of this invention discloses methods for fabricating semipermeable membranes by homogeneously mixing the composition of the polysulfone compound, solvent, and non-solvent, melting the composition, and melt-spinning the molten composition. Another aspect of the present invention includes homogeneous, melt-spun, semipermeable membranes useful for liquid separation processes, such as, but not limited to, microfiltration, ultrafiltration, dialysis, and reverse osmosis.
  • Hydrophilic Semipermeable Membranes Based On Copolymers Of Acrylonitrile And Hydroxyalkyl Esters Of (Meth) Acrylic Acid

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  • US Patent:
    50394207, Aug 13, 1991
  • Filed:
    Aug 16, 1990
  • Appl. No.:
    7/568041
  • Inventors:
    Elias Klein - Louisville KY
    Lalith K. Silva - Louisville KY
  • International Classification:
    B01D 1300
  • US Classification:
    210645
  • Abstract:
    Hydrophilic semipermeable membranes based on copolymers of acrylonitrile and hydroxy-C. sub. 2 -C. sub. 4 -alkyl esters of (meth)acrylic acid are provided. The membranes have a substantial water regain at equilibrium, a wide range of ultrafiltration rates, and low solute adsorption by ion-exchange or hydrophobic interaction mechanisms. The membranes are particularly suitable for processing protein containing fluids, especially biological fluids such as blood or plasmas.
  • High-Flux Hollow-Fiber Membrane With Enhanced Transport Capability And Process For Making Same

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  • US Patent:
    57360464, Apr 7, 1998
  • Filed:
    Nov 20, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/752871
  • Inventors:
    Anders Althin - Miami Lakes FL
    Ben Fernandez - Miami FL
    Raymond Elsen - Miami Lakes FL
    Kees Ruzius - Miami FL
    Lalith Silva - Miami Lakes FL
    George Washington - Miami FL
  • Assignee:
    Althin Medical, Inc. - Miami Lakes FL
  • International Classification:
    B01D 7116
  • US Classification:
    21050023
  • Abstract:
    Semipermeable membranes are disclosed for purifying aqueous biological fluids. The membranes are particularly suitable for purifying extracorporeal blood via hemodialysis. The membranes, preferably configured as hollow fibers, are made from a hydrophilic polymeric material, preferably cellulose acetate. Features of the membranes include an ultrafiltration coefficient (K. sub. uF) of about 15 to about 55 mL/hr/mmHg/m. sup. 2 (thus termed "high-flux" type membranes), a urea mass transfer coefficient (K. sub. oV (Urea)) of at least 38. times. 10. sup. -3 cm/min, and a ratio of K. sub. oV (urea)/K. sub. uF of at least 2. 5. times. 10. sup. -3. Hollow fibers of such membranes suitable for hemodialysis have a lumen diameter of about 175 to about 210. mu. m and a wall thickness of about 10 to about 35. mu. m. According to disclosed methods for making the membranes, a melt comprising about 32 to about 40% w/w cellulose acetate, about 5 to about 10% w/w glycerine, and about 50 to about 67% w/w polyethylene glycol is extruded to make hollow fibers; the fibers are cooled, cold-stretched, water-leached, and replasticized using a glycerine solution.

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"OBE ESIN" from album "Dr Wickie No 1"

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"mokada bara bara" from "dr wickie no 1" album

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    02 Jan, 2010
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Presidential 2010 - Intellectuals Speak

Dr. Lalith De Silva

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    18 Jan, 2010
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