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David S Bradin: Biodiesel fuel. BRI, David Bradin, November 26, 1996: US05578090 (116 worldwide citation)

A fuel additive composition including fatty acid alkyl esters and glyceryl ethers, and an alternative fuel composition that includes the fuel additive composition. Also provided is a method for preparing the fuel additive composition and the alternative fuel composition. In one embodiment, the fuel ...


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Donald Martin Monro, Frank Dudbridge: Fractal coding of data. Bri Tish Technology Group, Cushman Darby & Cushman IP Group of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, June 16, 1998: US05768437 (58 worldwide citation)

A method of fractal coding of data and apparatus therefor, which method comprises dividing data into domains, determining a set of transformations relating the domains to the data in such a manner as to minimize error between the data and an approximation to the data obtained by application of the t ...


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Howard William A: Ignition magneto safety interlock. BRI Corporation, April 10, 1973: US3726265 (25 worldwide citation)

Circuits for controlling the starting of an internal combustion engine that has a magneto ignition system including a primary winding that can be shorted to prevent ignition. The circuits include a position-responsive switch and an electronically controlled switch to selectively control a shorting s ...


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Improvements in or relating to means for applying liquid or semi-liquid substances to paper and other material for moistening, gumming, colouring, staining and other purposes. Norman Bernard Mackenzie O Bri, Herman Henry Wolf, Chessborough James Henry Macke, May 19, 1926: GB252428-A (9 worldwide citation)

252,428. O'Brien, N. B. M., Wolf, H. H., and Kennedy, C. J. H. Mackenzie-. Feb. 19, 1925. Massage.-A device for applying liquid or plastic lotions, cosmetics, perfumes, and the like to the face or hands comprises a tubular container with an outlet at one end of substantially the same size as the cro ...


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Hart Barry: Two-stroke engine with adjustable crankcase inlet valve timing. Clews Competition Machines Bri, July 6, 1983: GB2111591-A (6 worldwide citation)

A member 19 with an aperture 21 is movable relative to the mixture inlet to vary the instants at which a cutaway portion of the crankshaft driven valve disc 13 permits mixture to enter the crankcase 9. The member 19 may be operated separately or in conjunction with the carburettor throttle valve and ...


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Smith Eric: Sliding rack. Bri Stor Systems, July 4, 1984: GB2132074-A (5 worldwide citation)

A sliding rack is for carrying tools and components in a motor vehicle and as seen in Figure 1 includes a generally rectangular panel for supporting containers for the objects to be carried, having bogey wheel sets 36 38 carried at one end of the panel and engaged in respective guide channels, and w ...


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Smith Eric: Sliding rack for a vehicle. Bri Stor Systems, April 30, 1986: GB2166091-A (5 worldwide citation)

A sliding rack for carrying tools and components in a motor vehicle includes a generally rectangular panel (24) for supporting containers (26,28,30) for the objects to be carried. The rack has bogey wheel sets 36 38 carried at one end of the panel which engaged in respective guide rails (22,20). A f ...


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Ireland Barry Ross: Wind and updraft turbine. Bri Energy Solutions, Ireland Barry Ross, MILLARD Allan, November 1, 2007: WO/2007/121563 (5 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the field of electrical generation and more specifically to the use of a wind turbine for generating electricity. A vertical axis wind turbine is mounted on the upper portion of a chimney. Rotor blades are disposed on the outside of the chimney and the mechanical energy prod ...


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Wayne R Lindsay, Brett A Lindsay: Automated fold and seal apparatus. Bri Lin Incorporated, Davis & Bujold P L L C, February 13, 2007: US07175738 (4 worldwide citation)

A folding and sealing apparatus supporting a feed platform for feeding a supply of pre-glued forms to the folding and sealing apparatus. The housing accommodating a first roller, a second roller, a third roller and a fourth roller, and the first and second rollers forming a first nip, the second and ...


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Leach William Francis: Improvements in dental amalgam carriers. S S White Company Of Great Bri, August 10, 1955: GB734983-A (4 worldwide citation)

734,983. Dental instruments. WHITE CO. OF GREAT BRITAIN, Ltd., S. S. June 10, 1954 [June 10, 1953], No. 15980/53. Class 81 (2). A dental amalgam holder has an adjustable stop for the plunger so as to determine the effective capacity of the applicator nozzle. The nozzle b, at one end of the handle me ...



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