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James R Kennedy, Edmund Y Ting: Method for diffusion bonding of alloys having low solubility oxides. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, David Aker, March 22, 1988: US04732312 (108 worldwide citation)

Diffusion bonding of surface layers of an alloy, such as an aluminum alloy, having surface oxides of low solubility in the alloy includes treating the surface layers to be bonded to remove existing surface oxide coatings, and diffusion bonding the surface layers to one another by placing the alloy t ...


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Robert S Metz Jr: Heat-dissipating method and device for led display. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, December 22, 1992: US05173839 (67 worldwide citation)

A strip of alumina is thermally bonded to the under surface of an LED display by a thermally conductive adhesive. A thermally conductive front panel is placed in thermal contact surrounding the front surface of the display. A double sided, thermally conductive pressure-sensitive tape is used to bond ...


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Edwin P Berlin Jr, Geoffrey Y Gardner, Robert M Gelman, Michael N Gershowitz: Non-edge computer image generation system. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, David Aker, June 30, 1987: US04677576 (64 worldwide citation)

A computer image generation system is described which models objects without the necessity of linear edges. The system is adaptable for dynamic (real time) image generation from a compact model base for use in, for example, flight training systems. Scene content is enhanced by a novel texture genera ...


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John Mockovciak Jr: Solar-powered sun sensitive window. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, John P Kozma, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, October 2, 1984: US04475031 (55 worldwide citation)

A self-contained sun sensitive window made up of liquid nematic crystals sandwiched between two transparent conductors is powered directly by a solar cell. An increase in light intensity upon the solar cell reduces the transparency of the window, resulting in a constant intensity behind the window.


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Scott H Schaire: Bus interface unit. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, John P Kozma, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, June 5, 1984: US04453229 (44 worldwide citation)

A bus interface unit for use with a multiplexed biphase serial bus includes a Mealy modeled sequence logic unit which allows flexibility in the design and implementation of a desired data transfer algorithm. The unit's internal architecture is such that the device may be implemented on a single semi ...


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Anthony L Caserta, Bruno Lijoi: Electro-optical plug-in interconnection. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, John P Kozma, August 14, 1984: US04465333 (43 worldwide citation)

A plug-in interconnection for optical and avioptic cables for connecting those cables into equipment such as circuit boards having fiber optic circuitry running in a plane normal to the axis of the plug-in interconnection. In the interconnection, a male connector having the end of the optical fiber ...


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Charles A Parente: Method of making an acoustic attenuating liner. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, Bernard S Hoffman, July 25, 1989: US04850093 (39 worldwide citation)

A titanium face plate is perforated by laser drilling holes therethrough. A cellular core is positioned between a sound reflecting solid back plate and the face plate.


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Armand Aronne: Sequentially pressurized flight suit. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, Bernard S Hoffman, April 22, 1986: US04583522 (39 worldwide citation)

A valving system and modified anti-G flight suit are disclosed which operate in either of two modes. In an anti-blackout mode, pneumatic bladders in the flight suit are simultaneously inflated. In an anti-fatigue mode, the bladders are sequentially inflated in a repeated cycle so as to prevent pooli ...


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John Miller, Richard O Barton, Oscar H Schaefer: Jack stud. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, Bernard S Hoffman, September 1, 1987: US04690365 (37 worldwide citation)

A clamping device for setting a detail which has at least one oversized throughbore to a fixture base which has at least one threaded throughbore, the clamping device has six degrees of freedom, a longitudinally adjustable body portion which has an upper threaded portion and a lower threaded portion ...


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Sol Boles: Range/azimuth/elevation ship imaging for ordnance control. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, Bernard S Hoffman, October 8, 1985: US04546355 (37 worldwide citation)

Capability is provided for producing 3 scaled high resolution orthogonal image projections on a CRT of a ship under the influence of translational as well as rotational motions arising from sea state conditions, for the purpose of ship target identification and classification, and the subsequent car ...