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Hughes Janis W, Walton Glynis A, Calhoun Patricia H, Thomas Oomman P: Latent elastic composite formed from a multi-layered film. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Hughes Janis W, Walton Glynis A, Calhoun Patricia H, Thomas Oomman P, Johnston Jason W, Bondura Stephen E, Cassidy Timothy A, Klembus Nancy M, Dudkowski Alyssa A, November 19, 2009: WO/2009/138887 (5 worldwide citation)

A nonwoven composite that exhibits latent elastic properties is provided. The composite is formed from a multi-layered, elastic film laminated to a nonwoven web facing. Latent elasticity is imparted to the composite through the use of at least one base layer that contains a thermoplastic elastomer a ...


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Blackwell Barry Mark, Guzman Jr Luis Reinaldo, Collen John Paul, Kokke Barbara Marguerite, Irwin Anthony G, Lindsay Jeffrey D: Testing tool for complex component based software systems. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Blackwell Barry Mark, Guzman Jr Luis Reinaldo, Collen John Paul, Kokke Barbara Marguerite, Irwin Anthony G, Lindsay Jeffrey D, DUDKOWSKI Alyssa A, May 19, 2005: WO/2005/045673 (3 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a testing tool for testing of complex software systems having a plurality of interrelated system components and a suite of test scenarios for testing the performance of the plurality of interrelated system components. The testing tool includes an Automated Multidimen ...


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Uitenbroek Duane Girard, Zehner Georgia Lynn, Vukos John Philip, Van, Dyke Wendy Lynn, Estey Paul Windsor: Continuous biaxially stretchable absorbent with low tension. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, DUDKOWSKI Alyssa A, June 26, 2003: WO/2003/051254 (2 worldwide citation)

A dynamic-fitting absorbent article that includes a liquid impermeable outer cover (42), a liquid permeable bodyside liner (44) in superimposed relation to the outer cover (42) and a continuous elastic absorbent core (28) disposed between the outer cover (42) and the bodyside liner (44). The continu ...


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Shannon Thomas Gerard, Abuto Frank P: Tissue products having a cooling sensation when contacted with skin. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Shannon Thomas Gerard, Abuto Frank P, Cassidy Timothy A, Bondura Stephen E, Johnston Jason W, Croft Gregory E, Dudkowski Alyssa A, December 3, 2009: WO/2009/144596 (2 worldwide citation)

Wiping products, such as facial tissues, contain a temperature change composition that can provide a cooling sensation when contacted with the skin of a user. The temperature change composition, for instance, can contain one or more phase change agents that undergo a phase change at slightly elevate ...


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ZUNKER MARYANN: Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dudkowski Alyssa A, July 7, 2011: WO/2011/080628 (2 worldwide citation)

A disposable urinary incontinence device comprises a liquid-stable resilient member, and a cover sheet that envelops the liquid-stable resilient member to form an elongated member having a tubular profile. The elongated member has a first end, a second end, a first fold region disposed between the f ...


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Datta Paul Joseph, Vogt Robert Eugene, Odorzynski Thomas Walter, Morris Cassandra Elizabeth, Pozniak Jennifer Elizabeth: A pre-fastened absorbent article having simplified fastening features. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, DUDKOWSKI Alyssa A, September 12, 2002: WO/2002/069864 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to prefastened absorbent articles (20) including one or more of several improvement features. The articles can be made to be prefastened by having a singular fastening mechanism that includes an oversized fastener (60). The articles of the invention can include a multiple prope ...


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Datta Paul Joseph, Travis Gary Lee: Stretchable absorbent article having zones of differential stretch. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, DUDKOWSKI Alyssa A, September 12, 2002: WO/2002/069870 (1 worldwide citation)

A disposable absorbent article is provided which includes a substantially liquid-impermeable, stretchable outer cover, a liquid permeable, stretchable top surface, and an absorbent body located between the outer cover and the top surface. The stretchable top surface can further include a first zone ...


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Beuther Paul Douglas, Ko Young, Pawar Paulin, Raynor Jr William James, Rekoske Michael John, Ries Terrance David: Molded wet-pressed tissue. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Beuther Paul Douglas, Ko Young, Pawar Paulin, Raynor Jr William James, Rekoske Michael John, Ries Terrance David, Croft Gregory E, Gage Thomas M, Miller Douglas L, Rosiejka Bryan R, Dudkowski Alyssa A, December 3, 2009: WO/2009/144591 (1 worldwide citation)

A soft, layered, single-ply wet-pressed tissue can be made with improved softness by providing one or both outer layers of the tissue with polysiloxane-treated pulp fibers. A particularly suitable wet-pressing process includes pressing a wet tissue web between a felt and a transfer belt to dewater t ...


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GIL JUNMO: Multiple component materials having a color-changing composition. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dudkowski Alyssa A, January 20, 2011: WO/2011/007285 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a multiple-component material including a substrate and a film layer on the substrate. The film layer includes a color- changing composition to indicate a change in condition, such as a change in pH. The color-changing composition includes a water-insoluble, film-for ...