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Patrick J Fischer: Actuator assembly. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, William R Hinds, December 21, 1993: US05271290 (229 worldwide citation)

An actuator assembly (14) suitable for use in a hand controller (10) with six degrees of freedom of movement consists of a pair of arms (20) each secured at one end to a respective rotary actuator (26), and at the other end secured to a common universal joint (21). The arms (20) are coupled directly ...


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Kumar V Siva: Multi-axis hand controller. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, William R Hinds, April 16, 1991: US05007300 (175 worldwide citation)

A hand controller (10) is provided with which an operator can simultaneously control several degrees of freedom of a mechanism, for example a slave arm (18), single handedly. An operator's handle (12) is connected by four links serially arranged between the handle and elements (50, 48, 46, 42) to a ...


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Penn Alan William, Neighbour Frank: Thermoelectric units. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, December 25, 1973: US3780425 (145 worldwide citation)

In a thermoelectric unit comprising a plurality of thermoelectric elements, accurate spacing between adjacent elements is achieved by use of a cellular insulating material between adjacent thermoelectric elements and applying pressure during setting of the bonding medium so that the bonding medium o ...


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Davis Mervyn Howard, Proudfoot Gary, Bayliss Keith Howard: Plasma apparatus electrode assembly. Nordiko, Atomic Energy Authority, November 7, 1990: GB2231197-A (141 worldwide citation)

An electrode assembly for use in a plasma processing apparatus, e.g. for reactive dry etching or plasma deposition, comprises a primary electrode 13 with a conductive wall defining a plasma chamber 5 which is open at both ends and has an inlet 9 for gas, an insulator at one end of the plasma chamber ...


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Eliot P Fowler, John R Taylor: In high frequency screening of electrical systems. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Larson and Taylor, September 22, 1981: US04290663 (108 worldwide citation)

An interconnection between screened cables and a method of interconnecting screened cables. It is calculated that reduction of magnetic reluctance of the magnetic path between inner and outer surfaces of the screen in the region of the interconnection decreases external interference to the screened ...


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Roy Causer: Manipulators. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, William R Hinds, January 11, 1983: US04367998 (103 worldwide citation)

A manipulator consisting of a slave assembly, a master unit, and a control circuit. The movement of the various components of the slave assembly are actuated by electric stepping motors, and the slave assembly itself comprises a pantograph linkage having a wrist at one end of an extended link of the ...


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Dearnaley Dr Geoffrey: Electrical isolation of regions within semiconductor bodies. Atomic Energy Authority, July 12, 1989: GB2211991-A (76 worldwide citation)

A process for producing a buried dielectric or high-resistivity layer within a body of semiconductor material comprising the operations of implanting ions (2) of hydrogen or an inert gas into the body at an energy and dose such as to form a layer of discrete bubbles and/or voids (4) within the body ...


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James Anthony Cairns, Michael Lesney Noakes: Methods of fabricating bodies. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Larson Taylor and Hinds, July 4, 1978: US04098722 (72 worldwide citation)

The method comprises the steps of: forming one or more sheets of material in a single sheet of material with at least one generally planar region and at least one region of first corrugations. Second corrugations which are smaller than the first corrugations are then superimposed on the, or each, ge ...


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Pugh Stanley Frederick: Supports for catalyst materials. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, Larson Taylor and Hinds, November 18, 1975: US3920583 (70 worldwide citation)

A self supporting substrate support for a catalyst system is provided by a metal, preferably an aluminium bearing ferritic alloy. The metal carries an electrically insulating surface layer, such as alumina, compatible with catalytic material deposited thereon. The system is particularly suitable for ...


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David R Booker, Kevin D Horton: Aerosol generator. United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, William R Hinds, February 11, 1997: US05601235 (63 worldwide citation)

An aerosol generator (10) includes a plate (18) defining an orifice (20) through which a jet of liquid is projected, which breaks up into droplets. The plate (18) is vibrated to control the droplet size, and the size distribution. The droplet size distribution is monitored, and this information is u ...