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Ozgen Akalin, Golam M Newaz: Reciprocating system for simulating friction and wear. Wayne State University, Rohm & Monsanto, June 4, 2002: US06401058 (29 worldwide citation)

A bench testing system creates a predetermined wear and friction environment wherein wear elements, illustratively a piston ring and a cylinder liner, can be tested, along with lubricant properties, under simulated conditions of an internal combustion engine. The effects of speed and normal load can ...


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Naeim A Henein: Cranking fuel control method and apparatus for combustion engines. Wayne State University, Arnold S Weintraub, Gerald R Black, September 19, 1989: US04867115 (27 worldwide citation)

A cranking fuel control method and apparatus for combustion engines. The method includes the steps of delaying the injection of fuel to the engine until one or more of the operating parameters of the engine, such as the engine rotational speed, the crankshaft rotation angle or the cylinder gas combu ...


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Charles H Winter, T Suren Lewkebandara: Process for coating with single source precursors. Wayne State University, Brooks & Kushman, June 20, 1995: US05425966 (27 worldwide citation)

Reaction products of metal halides with organic chalcogenides and dichalcogenides provide single source precursors for metal dichalcogenide coatings. The single source precursors are sublimed at reduced pressure and allowed to contact a substrate maintained at an elevated temperature. The resulting ...


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J Richard Spears, Richard Crilly, Ray Rydman, James Gessert, Steve Myrick: Method for oxygenating wastewater. Wayne State University, TherOx, DynamOx, Margaret A Kivinski, November 13, 2007: US07294278 (26 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus creates gas-enriched fluid that is used to treat wastewater. In one embodiment, the wastewater is withdrawn from a supply of wastewater to be treated, and the wastewater is delivered in an atomized manner to a vessel pressurized with gas to form gas-enriched wastewater. The ga ...


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Robert L Thomas, Lawrence D Favro, Pao Kuang Kuo: Synchronous imaging system. Wayne State University, Steven L Permut, February 15, 1994: US05287183 (25 worldwide citation)

The assembly (10, 10') is a real time imaging device for detecting radiation from an object field (12) which is periodic in time. A video camera (14) detects emitted and reflected radiation from the object field (12) and produces a video signal of the image and a timing signal. A processor (16) sync ...


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David Kessel: Hematoporphyrin derivative and method of preparation and purification. Wayne State University, Arnold S Weintraub, August 29, 1989: US04861876 (25 worldwide citation)

A substance effective for treatment of tumors having a fluorescent emission between 640 nm and 650 nm capable of preferentially localizing in and being retained in tumor cells, the substance being a product of esterification of hematorporphyrin with a chlorin and a process for destruction of tumor c ...


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Roger W Pryor: Synthetic diamond articles and their method of manufacture. Wayne State University Board of Governors, Dykema Gossett, July 14, 1992: US05130111 (24 worldwide citation)

Shaped synthetic articles are fabricated by vapor deposition of synthetic diamond on releasable molds. A process is also provided for forming a shaped synthetic diamond article by coating a mold with an etchable layer and then depositing synthetic diamond on the etchable layer. The etchable layer is ...


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Robert A Welch, Mitchell P Dombrowski: Method of making cut resistant surgical gloves. Wayne State University, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Milton, May 30, 1989: US04833733 (24 worldwide citation)

A surgical glove (10) includes a ventral side (12) and a dorsal side (14) integrally connected thereto. The sides (12,14) include a thin layer (16) of stretchable air and water impermeable material and the dorsal side (14) includes a layer (18) of flexible armor (18) embedded in the stretchable air ...


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Robert L Thomas, Lawrence D Favro, Xiaoyan Han, Zhong Ouyang, Hua Sui, Gang Sun: Infrared imaging of ultrasonically excited subsurface defects in materials. Wayne State University, Harness Dickey & Pierce, May 22, 2001: US06236049 (23 worldwide citation)

A thermal imaging system for detecting cracks and defects in a component. An ultrasonic transducer is coupled to the specimen through a malleable coupler. Ultrasonic energy from the transducer causes the defects to heat up, which is detected by a thermal camera. The ultrasonic energy is in the form ...


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Mitchell P Dombrowski: Reagent test strip. Wayne State University, Reising Ethington Barnard Perry & Milton, September 10, 1991: US05047206 (23 worldwide citation)

A reagent test strip (10,10') includes a support medium (12,12') having a handle portion (14,14') and a reagent support portion (16,16'). A reagent (18,18') is fixedly adhered to the reagent support portion (16,16'). A cover (20,20') is mounted on the support medium (12,12') and over the reagent (18 ...