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John W Colburn Jr: Soil chemical sensor and precision agricultural chemical delivery system and method. Aguila Corporation, D Arlon Groves, July 23, 1991: US05033397 (83 worldwide citation)

A real time soil chemical sensor and precision agricultural chemical delivery system includes a plurality of ground-engaging tools in association with individual soil sensors which measure soil chemical levels. The system includes the addition of a solvent which rapidly saturates the soil/tool inter ...


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Thomas L Wells: Device and kit for cleaning lenses of telescopes, cameras and the like. Randalette, D Arlon Groves, June 27, 1989: US04842132 (34 worldwide citation)

A device and kit for cleaning generally convex surfaces of lenses of field articles such as hunting scopes, telescopes, cameras and the like.


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Dale R Hill, Donald G Heden: Stressed-skin cargo carrier. Ultra Lite Manufacturing, D Arlon Groves, October 3, 1995: US05454620 (30 worldwide citation)

An ultralight yet extremely strong vessel without a circumferential support suitable for full-length, end-dumpable trailers, for railroad tank cars, highway tank trailer, refuse transportation vehicles and the like. High strength and minimum weight are achieved by arcuately stressing but light mater ...


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Marvin Echols: Tube cleaners. Superior I D Tube Cleaners Incorporated, D Arlon Groves, February 11, 1986: US04569097 (21 worldwide citation)

Recirculating tube cleaners pass through inside diameters in a bank of heat exchanger tubes. Variable density tube cleaners are provided which are pressurized to compress and have a substantially neutral buoyancy upon entry from an inlet manifold to the inside diameter of the tubes. Upon exiting fro ...


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John W Colburn Jr: Soil constituent sensor and precision agrichemical delivery system and method. Aguila Corporation, D Arlon Groves, October 31, 2000: US06138590 (17 worldwide citation)

A real time soil constituent sensor and precision agricultural chemical delivery system may measure simple in situ soil constituents without the aid of externally applied solvents, or such solvents may be utilized intermittently to calibrate the measurements for greater accuracy. A real time complex ...


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Fred T Smith, Fred P Smith, Brooks Strong, William R Johnson: Articulating trailing tag axle. Brooks Strong, D Arlon Groves, September 12, 2000: US06116698 (15 worldwide citation)

First hydraulic drives (e.g. cylinders, pistons) and lift arms attached to dump truck side panels, preferably reinforced, move a trailing tag axle, and wheels supported by the tag axle, between operative and storage positions without bending the truck frame. A linkage assembly and second hydraulic d ...


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Frank R Stimac: Animal trap. D Arlon Groves, June 7, 1988: US04748766 (11 worldwide citation)

A self-resetting animal trap utilizing a closed-door approach wherein the trap is set or ready when its trap door is closed. The self-resetting animal trap has an enclosure with a top opening and a pivotally mounted trap door for the top opening. A metal plate is attached to the trap door frame bene ...


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John W Colburn Jr: Soil constituent sensor and precision agrichemical delivery system and method. Crop Technology, D Arlon Groves, November 26, 2002: US06484652 (11 worldwide citation)

A real time soil constituent sensor and precision agricultural chemical delivery system may measure simple in situ soil constituents without the aid of externally applied solvents, or such solvents may be utilized intermittently to calibrate the measurements for greater accuracy. A real time complex ...


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Charles Estes Barry: Flexible, self-supporting decoy. D Arlon Groves, April 18, 2000: US06050017 (10 worldwide citation)

A flexible, self-supporting decoy for wild game which requires no wind to inflate and which maintains its shape even under heavy dew or rain showers. When used for birds, the decoy may comprise as few as three pieces, namely, a stake, a windsock-type body of flexible yet self-supporting material, an ...


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Roy Weinstein: Textured high-temperature superconductors. D Arlon Groves, February 25, 2003: US06525002 (9 worldwide citation)

An oxide superconductor includes a textured superconducting material including an array of defects with a neutron-fissionable element, or with at least one of the following chemical elements: uranium-238, Nd, Mn, Re, Th, Sm, V, and Ta. The array of defects is dispersed throughout the superconducting ...