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Robert B Truitt, V Bruce Junius: Compact and cleanable apparatus for preventing scale formation in liquid systems. Fluid Mechanics, Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, December 15, 1987: US04713159 (17 worldwide citation)

A device for eliminating mineral precipitation within a liquid system. A container having inlet and outlet pipes is connectable to external plumbing to receive and pass through the container untreated water or liquid. The inlet pipe is connected within the container to a fitting having a treatment p ...


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Truitt Robert B, Junius V Bruce: Appareil compact et nettoyable permettant dempecher la formation de tartredans des reseaux hydrauliques, Compact and cleanable apparatus for preventing scale formation in liquidsystems. Fluid Mechanics, SMART & BIGGAR, January 14, 1992: CA1294224

Abstract of the Disclosure A device for eliminating mineral precipitation withina liquid system. A container having inlet and outletpipes is connectable to external plumbing to receive andpass through the container untreated water or liquid. Theinlet pipe is connected within the container to a fitti ...


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Choi Kwing So: Improvements in or relating to reduction of drag. Bmt Fluid Mechanics, Choi Kwing So, BOUTLAND J A, November 30, 1989: WO/1989/011343

Drag reducing riblets, which may be grooves (7) or formations of other shape, are produced in various ways. A coating (3) of a thermo-plastic material is first applied to the surface (4) and the coating is then deformed by the application of pressure to a mould (25; 25?1¿, 25?11¿) with heat. The mou ...


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Choi Kwing So: Improvements in or relating to reduction of drag.. Bmt Fluid Mechanics, August 29, 1990: EP0383852-A1

Drag reducing riblets, which may be grooves (7) or formations of other shape, are produced in various ways. A coating (3) of a thermo-plastic material is first applied to the surface (4) and the coating is then deformed by the application of pressure to a mould (25; 25, 25) with heat. The mould may ...


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S Jommer, S Tyer: Surface treatment of mechanical parts with wear and corrosion simultaneously. Stephan Fluid Mechanics And Frictions Research Center, wang jie, March 6, 2002: CN01125534

In a surface treatment process for mechanical parts, for conferring on the parts a high resistance to wear and corrosion and a roughness propitious to lubrication, nitriding of the part is followed consecutively by oxidation of the part. The nitriding is applied by immersing the part in a molten sal ...



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