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Fritz Hostettler: Energy-attenuating polyurethanes. Polymer Dynamics, February 2, 1988: US04722946 (67 worldwide citation)

A non-liquid, energy-absorbing polyurethane is derived from the process which comprises reacting a mixture of linear and branched polyols, a polyisocyanate and, optionally, a blowing agent, under polyurethane-forming conditions at an isocyanate index of from about 65 to about 85.


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William J Peoples: Shock absorbing device for high heel footwear. Polymer Dynamics Technology, Richard O Church, October 31, 1989: US04876805 (33 worldwide citation)

An insole for high heel footwear is designed to provide comfort and support cushioning and significantly reduce shock and vibration through the skeletal system. The insole is comprised of a relatively thin layer of open cell, flexible, resilient foam of low compression set, a heel bucket which exten ...


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Craig A Peoples, Duane E Peoples, Glenn C Westman: Forearm sleeve device for attenuating impact-induced shock and ameliorating the effect of said shock. Polymer Dynamics Technology, David M McConoughey, February 2, 1999: US05865775 (22 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a forearm-encircling sleeve for attenuating impact-induced shock and for ameliorating the effect of that shock on the elbow joint. The device made in accordance with the present invention provides energy-attenuating viscoelastic means that are positioned distally of th ...


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Wen Yu Tiao, Chin Sheng Tiao: Methods for the manufacture of energy-attenuating polyurethanes. Polymer Dynamics Technology, Richard O Church, December 25, 1990: US04980386 (20 worldwide citation)

A method for the manufacture of shock attenuating, low rebound polyurethanes in which polyols are reacted with polyisocyanates having a functionality of at least 2.3 at an isocyanate index of from about 65 to about 90.


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Chin Sheng Tiao, Wen Yu Tiao: Heat stable polyurethane foams. Polymer Dynamics Technology, David M McConoughey, March 3, 1992: US05093379 (6 worldwide citation)

Low density polyurethane foams having improved resistance to degradation of properties of compression set and flexibility when exposed to elevated temperatures and pressures are made by reacting a polyisocyanate of about 2.3 to 2.7 functionality at an isocyanate index of about 1.0 with a blend of po ...


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Tiao Chin Sheng, Tiao Wen Yu: Polyurethane foam composition.. Polymer Dynamics Technology, September 1, 1993: EP0557632-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Low density polyurethane foams having improved resistance to degradation of properties of compression set and flexibility when exposed to elevated temperatures and pressures are made by reacting a polyisocyanate of about 2.3 to 2.7 functionality at an isocyanate index of about 1.0 with a blend of po ...


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Tiao Chin Sheng, Tiao Wen Yu: Polyurethanes cellulaires stables a la chaleur, Heat stable polyurethane foams. Polymer Dynamics Technology, Polymer Dynamics Technology, BERESKIN & PARR, July 16, 2002: CA2061199

Low density polyurethane foams having improvedresistance to degradation of properties of compression set andflexibility when exposed to elevated temperatures and pressuresare made by reacting a polyisocyanate of about 2.3 to 2.7functionality at an isocyanate index of about 1.0 with a blend ofpolyols ...


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Duane Eric Peoples: Footwear comfort componentry. Polymer Dynamics Technology, Polymer Dynamics Technology, December 1, 2005: US20050262736-A1

The present invention relates to footwear componentry for alleviating the discomfort caused by wearing high-heeled footwear.


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