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Frederick P Boyle, Nicholas K Petek, Dale P Smith: Method for controlling motion using an adjustable damper. The Lubrizol Corporation, David M Shold, Frederick D Hunter, December 10, 1996: US05582385 (57 worldwide citation)

The relative motion and force between two interconnected elements can be controlled by a semi-active damper to minimize the instances of the motion exceeding acceptable limits, while maximizing isolation between the elements. Applying an algorithm to the control parameters of the damper provides exc ...


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Craig D Tipton: Traction fluid formulation. The Lubrizol Corporation, David M Shold, Michael F Esposito, April 16, 2002: US06372696 (53 worldwide citation)

A traction fluid useful in automotive power transmitting equipment includes a base fluid of polymers of at least one olefin which contains 3 to 5 carbon atoms, hydrocarbon molecules containing non-aromatic cyclic moieties, or mixtures thereof; a low-temperature viscosity control agent selected from ...


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Thomas J Wolak, Daniel T Daly, Kurt F Wollenberg, William D Abraham, Paul E Adams, Mitchell M Jackson: Fuel compositions containing N-substituted perahydro-s triazines. The Lubrizol Corporation, Krishna G Banerjee, David M Shold, November 3, 1998: US05830243 (51 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a composition made by reacting A) an aldehyde of 1 to 12 carbon atoms or a reactive equivalent thereof; and B) at least one etheramine represented by the formula


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Gedeon I Deak, Scott C Jackson: Film coated with glass barrier layer with metal dopant. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, David M Shold, January 28, 1992: US05084356 (51 worldwide citation)

A structure comprising a polymeric film substrate and a glassy coating of silicon dioxide heavily doped with at least one metal selected from the group consisting of antimony, aluminum, chromium, cobalt, copper, indium, iron, lead, manganese, tin, titanium, tungsten, zinc, and zirconium, provides im ...


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John W Forsberg, Richard W Jahnke: Methods of drilling well boreholes and compositions used therein. The Lubrizol Corporation, John H Engelmann, Frederick D Hunter, David M Shold, November 9, 1993: US05260268 (44 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method comprising the steps of introducing into a well borehole a composition, comprising water and an amount, sufficient to reduce drilling torque, prevent sticking or twisting of a pipe during drilling, or release a stuck pipe in a well borehole, of (A) at least ...


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Christopher J Kolp, Paul A Lewis, Jeffry G Dietz: Low chlorine content compositions for use in lubricants and fuels. The Lubrizol Corporation, David M Shold, Teresan W Gilbert, Michael F Esposito, December 26, 2000: US06165235 (43 worldwide citation)

Polyolefin substituted carboxylic acylating agents having reduced chlorine content of less than 2,000 ppm and a degree of succination of 1.1-2 have been made from polyisobutylene, chlorine and maleic anhydride. The acylating agents are further reacted with amines and/or alcohols to form dispersants ...


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Kathleen O Havelka, Joseph W Pialet: Electrorheological fluids of polar solids and organic semiconductors. The Lubrizol Corporation, David M Shold, Krishna G Banerjee, March 9, 1999: US05879582 (42 worldwide citation)

An electrorheological fluid of a particulate phase and a continuous phase of a hydrophobic liquid medium, a certain dispersed particulate phase, and a low molecular weight polar material exhibits a broad effective temperature range. The dispersed particulate phase comprises a polar solid material wh ...


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Frederick P Boyle, Klaus Werner Damm, Gary A Garvin, Gary L Orloff: System for maintaining the quality and level of lubricant in an engine. The Lubrizol Corporation, Beverly A Pawlikowski, David M Shold, October 12, 1999: US05964318 (41 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring the quality and level of lubricant in an engine lubricant reservoir includes a valve for selectively directing a portion of lubricant from the engine through a first conduit for return to the engine or through a second conduit for removal from the engine. Within the first cond ...


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Richard W Jahnke, Lawrence J Kocurek, James H Bush: Compositions containing combinations of surfactants and derivatives of succininc acylating agent or hydroxyaromatic compounds and methods of using the same. The Lubrizol Corporation, John H Engelmann, David M Shold, Frederick D Hunter, April 15, 1997: US05620946 (38 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a composition comprising a mixture of a brine and a liquid oil, and (A) an emulsifying amount of (i) at least one reaction product of a hydrocarbyl-substituted succinic acylating agent, and at least one of (a) ammonia, (b) an alcohol, or (c) an amine, or at least one salt o ...


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William C Ward: High boron formulations for fluids continuously variable transmissions. The Lubrizol Corporation, David M Shold, Michael F Esposito, September 17, 2002: US06451745 (32 worldwide citation)

Continuously variable transmission can be lubricated by supplying to them a composition of (a) an oil of lubricating viscosity; (b) a dispersant; and (c) a detergent. At least one of the dispersant (b) and the detergent (c) is a borated species, and the amount of boron present in the composition is ...