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Adel F Halasa, Bill B Gross, Joel L Cox, George F Balogh: Rubber composition. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, June 27, 1989: US04843120 (92 worldwide citation)

It has been determined that certain rubbery polymers having multiple glass transition temperatures can be utilized in making tires which have improved rolling resistance, improved wet skid resistance, and outstanding tread wear. These rubbery polymers are derived from at least one conjugated diolefi ...


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Adel F Halasa, Barry A Matrana, Sylvia E Robertson Wilcox: Capped polydienes. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, June 19, 1990: US04935471 (81 worldwide citation)

Polydiene rubbers are commonly compounded with carbon black in making a wide variety of rubber articles including tires, hoses and belts. It is generally desirable for the carbon black to be well dispersed throughout the polydiene in order to attain optimal physical properties. For instance, the tra ...


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Michael Lester Kerns: Method and system for providing narrative information to a traveler. Alvin T Rockhill, January 18, 2005: US06845321 (74 worldwide citation)

The subject invention reveals a navigation system comprising: a position determining device; a means for associating each of a plurality of narrations with each of a plurality of locations, wherein each of the plurality of narrations relate to each of a plurality of points of interest; a means for a ...


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Delton W Young: Sole for boots and shoes. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, February 26, 1985: US04501077 (71 worldwide citation)

This invention pertains to soles for boots and shoes. More particularly, it pertains to a sole that is useful for mountain climbing boots, hiking boots, walking shoes, and work shoes.


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Bertrand Guichard, Barry Wood, Patrick Vongphouthone: Fluid loss reducer for high temperature and high pressure water-based mud application. Eliokem S, Alvin T Rockhill, September 5, 2006: US07101829 (65 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a water-based drilling mud for utilization in the drilling of oil wells comprising an aqueous phase wherein the aqueous phase contains an oil soluble polymer in the form of a gel as fluid loss reducer. The subject invention further reveals a process for preparing an oi ...


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Nissim Calderon, Kenneth Floyd Castner, Howard Allen Colvin, Joel Muse Jr: Vapor phase synthesis of rubbery polymers. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, July 29, 1997: US05652304 (65 worldwide citation)

By utilizing the vapor phase polymerization techniques of the present invention, numerous distinct and highly beneficial advantages are realized. For instance, cis-1,4-polyisoprene rubber and high cis-1,4-polybutadiene rubber having a consistent and controllable molecular weight can be easily and pr ...


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Clem B Shriver, Donald E Richeson, Robert H Vogliano: Collapsible-stable blown container. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, J D Wolfe, October 4, 1988: US04775564 (60 worldwide citation)

A molded extensible-collapsible container having a series of flutes, in the generic sense, in its side to permit the container when subjected to an external force to move to a collapsed position or to the extended position when preferably the yield point of the plastic is no greater than about 5% an ...


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William C T Tung, George A Deisz: Polyester composition. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, June 25, 1985: US04525524 (57 worldwide citation)

Polyester compositions which are dispersible or soluble in water based systems can be very valuable as adhesives, coatings, paints, and the like. The use of water based solvent systems eliminates recovery and toxicity problems normally related with many organic solvents. The polyester compositions o ...


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Brian W Pengilly: High clarity, low haze polyesters having reduced infrared heat-up times. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, October 9, 1984: US04476272 (54 worldwide citation)

A high clarity, low haze polyester having improved heat-up rates contain very small amounts of an infrared absorbent material therein such as carbon black. Such polyesters are used in preforms as for making trays, etc., and especially in molding operations such as in the blow molding of beverage bot ...


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Brian W Pengilly: High clarity, low haze polyesters having reduced infrared heat-up times. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, August 13, 1985: US04535118 (50 worldwide citation)

This invention discloses a high clarity, low haze polyester having improved heat-up rates which contains a very small amount of an infrared absorbent material, such as carbon black. This polyester is very useful as a material for making preforms for trays, containers, and the like. It is especially ...



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