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Roland Rauline: Copolymer rubber composition with silica filler, tires having a base of said composition and method of preparing same. Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin Michelin & Cie, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, July 13, 1993: US05227425 (179 worldwide citation)

A sulfur-vulcanizable rubber composition obtained by thermomechanical worg of a conjugated diene compound and an aromatic vinyl compound prepared by solution polymerization in a hydrocarbon solvent having a total content of aromatic vinyl compound of between 5% and 50% and a glass transition tempera ...


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Rauline Roland: Rubber compound and tires based on such a compound.. Michelin & Cie, September 2, 1992: EP0501227-A1 (106 worldwide citation)

Rubber composition capable of being vulcanised with sulphur, obtained by thermomechanical working of a copolymer of a conjugated diene and of an aromatic vinyl compound, prepared by solution polymerisation in a hydrocarbon solvent, which has an overall content of aromatic vinyl compound of between 5 ...


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Jean Luc Cabioch, Gerard Labauze: Rubber composition based on silica and on functionalized diene polymer which has a silanol end functional group. Michelin & Cie, Baker & Botts L, January 11, 2000: US06013718 (74 worldwide citation)

A rubber composition which has a reduced hysteresis making it particularly suitable for use as a tread of a tire having reduced rolling resistance, including silica as predominant reinforcing filler and at least one diene polymer bearing, as a chain end, a silanol functional group or a polysiloxane ...


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Andre Dosjoub, Claude Lescoffit: Inflation and deflation of a tire in rotation. Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin Michelin & Cie, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt, May 8, 1990: US04922984 (60 worldwide citation)

To assure inflation of a tire 2 during its rotation, a hose 3 is placed on he inside periphery of rim 1. A pressure roller 5, solid with the wheel carrier and therefore non-rotatable, causes a local reduction in the section of hose 3. During rotation of tire 2, air is forced from an orifice 31 formi ...


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Durel Olivier, Bomal Yves: Silica-based composition for pneumatic tyre containing a reinforcing additive comprising a functionalized polyorganosiloxane and an organosilane. Michelin & Cie, July 16, 1997: EP0784072-A1 (51 worldwide citation)

A new rubber composition for the manufacture of pneumatic tubes with improved hysteresis properties, is based on an elastomer and silica (as a reinforcement filler), and contains a reinforcement additive, which is a mixture and/or reaction product (in situ) of a functionalised polysiloxane with at l ...


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Gerard Labauze: Rubber composition based on carbon black having silica fixed to its surface and on diene polymer functionalized with alkoxysilane. Michelin & Cie, Baker & Botts, November 2, 1999: US05977238 (50 worldwide citation)

A rubber composition having improved hysteretic and physical properties which make it particularly suitable for forming a tire tread of reduced rolling resistance, comprising carbon black having silica fixed to its surface as the majority portion of reinforcing filler and at least one diene polymer ...


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Yves Bomal, Olivier Durel: Rubber composition for tire casings based on silicas containing a reinforcing additive based on a functionalized polyorganosiloxane and on an organosilane compound. Campagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin Michelin & Cie, Baker Botts, October 31, 2000: US06140393 (48 worldwide citation)

Rubber composition intended for the manufacture of tire casings which have mproved hysteretic properties and scorch safety, based on at least one elastomer and silica by way of reinforcing filler enclosing a reinforcing additive consisting of the mixture and/or the product of in situ reaction of at ...


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David Myatt: Antenna structure for communicating with an electronic tag implanted in a pneumatic tire. Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin Michelin & Cie, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt, June 7, 1994: US05319354 (47 worldwide citation)

The identification of pneumatic tires by electromagnetic coupling with a nsponder embedded in the thickness of the pneumatic tire is made possible by a suitable interrogation antenna so that, regardless of the position of the transponder in the pneumatic tire, a position which is unknown, the coupli ...


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Custodero Emmanuel, Tardivat Jean Claude: Diene rubber composition containing alumina as reinforcing filler and use in tire treads. Michelin & Cie, December 3, 1997: EP0810258-A1 (47 worldwide citation)

New rubber composition (I) comprises one or more elastomers (II) containing alumina (III) and a coupling agent (IV), with (III) being used as a reinforcing filler, has a BET surface of 30-400 m/g, an average particle size after ultrasonic de-agglomeration at least 500 nm, a high number of reactive A ...


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Andre Dosjoub: Device for deflating a tire when rotating. Compagnie Generale des Etablissements Michelin Michelin & Cie, Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt, October 1, 1991: US05052456 (44 worldwide citation)

In order to provide for the deflation of a tire, there is provided an orie in the rim of a wheel, a pusher element extending through the rim in a gas tight manner, the pusher element having one end communicating with gas pressure inside the tire and including means for selectively closing the orific ...