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Sohail K Mirza: Percutaneous surgical cavitation device and method. University of Washington, Delbert J Barnard, July 27, 1999: US05928239 (287 worldwide citation)

A device and method for percutaneous surgical cavitation. The device includes an elongated shaft and cutting tip interconnected by a freely-rotating hinge. Upon rotation of the shaft to a sufficient velocity, the cutting tip will be deflected toward a position that is angularly offset from the shaft ...


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Scott S Gibson: Shelf divider system. Burke Gibson, Delbert J Barnard, Teresa J Wiant, August 30, 1994: US05341945 (135 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a shelf divider system (10) for organizing merchandise on a shelf (16). The system (10) comprises a shelf divider (12) and an edge member (14). In use, the shelf divider (12) may be snap-fit to the edge member (14) by connecting a hook (84) on the shelf divider to a be ...


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Charles C Chenoweth, Imre J Takats: Fly-by-wire lateral control system. The Boeing Company, Delbert J Barnard, September 18, 1984: US04472780 (121 worldwide citation)

Each wing of an aircraft carries a set of five outboard spoilers, one inboard spoiler, one inboard aileron and one outboard aileron, together constituting the lateral control surfaces for the aircraft. Each spoiler is positioned by means of a single thread electrohydraulic servoactuator. Each outboa ...


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Joseph M Baskin, Gary E Miller, Wayne Wiesner: Wind powered system for generating electricity. The Boeing Company, Delbert J Barnard, January 21, 1986: US04565929 (118 worldwide citation)

A fixed pitch wind turbine rotor (18) is teeter mounted (76, 78, 80) onto a low speed input shaft (44) which is connected to the input (58) of a step-up transmission (46). The output (48) of the transmission (46) is connected to a rotary pole amplitude modulated induction machine (42) which is opera ...


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Robert F Mittelstadt, George R Stumpf Jr: Method and apparatus for forming composite material articles. The Boeing Company, Joan H Pauly, Delbert J Barnard, October 9, 1984: US04475976 (94 worldwide citation)

A ply (100) of fiber reinforced composite material is laid onto a mandrel (30) having a vacuum ported upper surface with a generally U-shaped cross section. Ply (100) is laid onto the top web (32) of mandrel (30), with its side edges being laid in a cantilevered fashion. A flexible bag (20) is infla ...


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John M Morris: Vapor recovery systems. GT Development Corporation, Delbert J Barnard, December 22, 1987: US04714172 (94 worldwide citation)

A vapor vent valve (16) comprises a housing (28) the interior of which is divided into two fluid chambers (32, 34) by a movable wall (30). The first chamber (32) provides a closable junction in the vapor recovery passageway (18, 20) between a liquid fuel tank (10) and a vapor storage canister (22). ...


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Robert Thomasson: Shoe sole with twist flex feature. Delbert J Barnard, Bruce A Kaser, May 7, 1991: US05012597 (78 worldwide citation)

An athletic shoe sole (10) includes a twist flex portion (18) positioned generally below the ball region of the user's foot. The twist flex portion (18) is defined by intersecting diagonal grooves (20, 22, 24, 26) and diamond shaped cleats (44, 46) between the grooves. A truncated pivot ball (28) is ...


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Joe K Frazier, Robert J Shimota, Gary L Ferson: Overhead stowage bins in aircraft. Hexcel Corporation, Delbert J Barnard, April 4, 2000: US06045204 (74 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a high cost saving method of achieving restricted bin motion. A linkage that supports an overhead stowage bin (22) in an aircraft (12) and is operable for moving the stowage bin (22) between open and closed positions. The linkage includes an upper link (26), a lower link (28') ...


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Robert L Champoux: Method of cold expanding and sizing fastener holes. Fatigue Technology, Eugene O Heberer, Delbert J Barnard, December 10, 1985: US04557033 (69 worldwide citation)

The method of fastening a plurality of metal members (82, 84; 232, 230) in which precision holes (86, 88; 236, 234) are drilled through the metals which are to be connected together. The drilled holes in the metal members are cold-expanded to improve the fatigue performance of the metal surrounding ...



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