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Peter W R Stubbs: Control systems for continuously variable ratio transmissions (CVT). BL Technology, Brisebois & Kruger, August 14, 1984: US04464952 (196 worldwide citation)

A transmission incorporating a continuously variable ratio unit connected to further gearing, such that a plurality of regimes are available with synchronous shifting between regimes, is controlled such that to avoid hunting between regimes when the transmission is running at or around the synchrono ...


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Peter Steer: Winged cannula with skin securing means. Everett Medical Products, Brisebois & Kruger, August 10, 1976: US03973565 (146 worldwide citation)

A surgical device of the kind having a cannula fitted with a laterally extending wing or wings also includes a sheet of flexible material having an adhesive surface which is fixed to the wing or wings and is capable of folding forwardly beyond the wing or wings to engage the skin of the patient to h ...


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Francis Denu: Sole for footwear, especially sports footwear. Adidas Fabrique de Chaussures de Sport, Brisebois & Kruger, December 26, 1978: US04130947 (131 worldwide citation)

A sole for footwear, especially sports footwear, has a lower layer provided with transverse ribs and an upper shock-absorbing layer. The lower layer may be of natural rubber of Shore hardness from 55 to 60 and the upper layer of lower-density natural or synthetic rubber of Shore hardness about 40.


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Wachtler Gunter, Straszer Wolfgang, Uri Peter, Tschernev Russi: Gaming machine. Brisebois & Kruger, April 8, 1975: US3876208 (128 worldwide citation)

An electronically controlled gaming machine having poker-like rules of play, the machine comprises a matrix of card memory stages in rows and columns, each memory stage having three conditions and an output which is energised in one of the conditions. An indicator device includes a plurality of indi ...


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Dennis Boyd, George Porter: Synthetic smoking product. Gallaher, Brisebois & Kruger, March 16, 1976: US03943941 (123 worldwide citation)

A tobacco substitute which consists essentially of a complete fuel and at least one volatile substance impregnating said fuel, said volatile substance being capable of distilling or subliming without chemical change, and said fuel consisting essentially of combustible, flexible and self coherent fib ...


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Zacouto Fred: Heart pacer. Brisebois & Kruger, December 31, 1974: US3857399 (112 worldwide citation)

Device for stimulating the heart comprises means for producing stimulating pulses at regular intervals and means responsive to spontaneous heart signals for controlling the transmission of said pulses to the heart in dependence upon the timing and magnitude of the spontaneous heart signals and/or th ...


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Morane Bruno P, Goyet Daniel: Device for storing two products separately and dispensing them simultaneously. L Oreal, Brisebois & Kruger, April 9, 1974: US3802604 (87 worldwide citation)

Device for storing two products separately and dispensing them simultaneously comprises a necked container, a covered flanged cup sealed in the neck with its flange lying on the rim of the neck, a trocar above the cup in alignment therewith, removable tear-strip for holding the trocar away from the ...


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Hisashi Yamada, Masayuki Makise, Tsutomu Katagiri, Kaname Abe: Method for producing filler-loaded thermoplastic resin composite. Lion Corporation, Brisebois & Kruger, January 1, 1985: US04491553 (72 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an improved method for producing a filler-loaded thermoplastic resin composite by mixing a thermoplastic resin with a filler, making it possible to be applied to molding machine such as extrusion and injection molding machines without the disadvantage of segregation between th ...


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Katsumi Kondo, Fumiyoshi Noda, Kunihiko Uchida, Yoshihiro Tsuzuki: Method of manufacturing a metal-impregnated body. Toyota Jidosha Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Brisebois & Kruger, July 13, 1976: US03969553 (72 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method of manufacturing a metal-impregnated body by immersing a porous ceramic or ceramic powder in a solution containing a chemical compound having an OH radical selected from the group consisting of water and aqueous solutions of methanol, ethanol, butanol, aceto ...


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Hirotaka Yamamoto, Satoshi Sendai, Hideaki Ninomiya: Electroconductive composite ceramics. Tokyo Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Brisebois & Kruger, August 29, 1978: US04110260 (69 worldwide citation)

The electroconductive composite ceramics composed of an independent phase conglomerates having a particle diameter of at least 20.mu. and a continuous phase connecting mutually the independent phase of conglomerates. Particularly, electroconductive composite ceramics composed of (A) 50-98% by weight ...