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Milner Peter James: Composants optiques destines a leclairage naturel et a dautres objectifs, Optical components for daylighting and other purposes. Milner Peter James, Redbus Serraglaze, GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON, March 30, 2000: CA2344385

An optical component (11) comprises two transparent flat bodies (12, 13) each having grooves (16) or other surface features on one of its faces (15) which interpenetrate when the two bodies (12, 13) are placed face-to-face. The shapes of the grooves (16) or other surfaces features are such that they ...


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Milner Peter James: A continuously variable drive transmission device. Orbital Traction, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth Robert, January 11, 2001: WO/2001/002751

A continuously variable drive transmission (11) for transmitting torque between input and output drive members (18, 38), of the type having planetary members (15) in rolling contact with radially inner and outer races (13, 14) each comprising two relatively axially movable parts (13a, 13b, 14a, 14b) ...


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Milner Peter James: An improved continuously variable transmission device. Orbital Traction, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth, June 9, 2005: WO/2005/052409

A continuously variable transmission device has planetary members (23) in rolling contact with radially inner and outer races (12, 14; 36, 37) each comprising axially spaced relatively axially movable parts, and control means (18) for determining the axial separation of the parts (12, 14) of one of ...


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Milner Peter James: Sensor. Bloxwich Engineering, Milner Peter James, BARKER BRETTELL 138 Hagley Road Edgbaston Birmingham B16 9PW, October 5, 1995: WO/1995/026293

A fifth wheel hitch assembly (1) is provided with a deflecting mounting (2, 8, 9, 10, 11), deflections of which are sensed by a transducer (20). In one construction the hitch assembly (1) is supported on a first set of bearers (8, 9) which, in turn, is supported by a second set of bearers (10, 11), ...


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Milner Peter James: An improved continuously variable transmission device. Orbital Traction, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth Robert, March 20, 2003: WO/2003/023256

A continuously variable transmission device of the type having planetary members in rolling contact with radially inner and outer races each comprising axially spaced relatively axially movable parts, and control means for determining the axial separation of the parts of one of the two races, in whi ...


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Milner Peter James: Anti glare rear view mirror. Bending Light, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth Robert, August 14, 2003: WO/2003/066379

A rear view mirror is described which comprises a first optical element of transparent material through which a proportion of the incident light is transmitted and from an incident face of which a proportion of the incident light is reflected. Behind the first optical element is positioned a second ...


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Milner Peter James: Windscreen. Bending Light, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth Robert, July 17, 2003: WO/2003/058295

A glazing element (12) for an opening defined by opaque boundaries (13) has an edge region (E) shaped to divert light passing through it in a sense such as to enlarge the field of view through the opening. For this purpose the bounding surfaces (33, 34) of the element (12) diverge towards the edge t ...


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Milner Peter James: Transparent optical component having internal voids. Redbus Serraglaze, Milner Peter James, BRYER Kenneth Robert, February 28, 2002: WO/2002/016977

An optical component (11) of the type comprising two transparent bodies (12, 13) each having a major face which is interrupted by a plurality of cavities (15; 36) separated by cavity separators (16; 37), in which the cavity separators (16; 37) of each body (12, 13) penetrate the cavities (15; 36) of ...


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Milner Peter James: Controlling braking forces in tractor-trailer combinations. Bloxwich Engineering, Milner Peter James, BARKER BRETTELL 138 Hagley Road Edgbaston Birmingham B16 9PW, August 22, 1991: WO/1991/012160

A sensor (12, 13) in the drawbar (3) (or fifth-wheel coupling) of a tractor-trailer road vehicle combination (1, 2) senses both push and pull force in a linear proportional manner and produces an electrical signal which is used to act on a continuously proportional solenoid valve (8) in the fluid pr ...


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Milner Peter James, Fry Andrew Robert: A capacitive force transducer. Bloxwich Engineering, Milner Peter James, Fry Andrew Robert, BARKER BRETTELL 138 Hagley Road Edgbaston Birmingham B16 9PW, August 8, 1991: WO/1991/011351

A capacitive electro-mechanical transducer for responding to both push and pull, for example in a road vehicle drawbar, involves axially spaced flanges (3) on the one force-transmitting member lying on opposite sides of a transverse portion (1) of the other member. The force is transmitted resilient ...