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Jones Arthur A: Weight lifting exercising devices. Flocks Karl W, January 7, 1975: US3858873 (96 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for the development of body parts and muscles effecting the movement of a user's body parts. The apparatus includes a frame on which is pivotally mounted a force applying member against which a body part may be placed and urged for purposes of developing said body part and muscles. The ...


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Brant Malcolm Victor, Edwards Michael: Apparatus for introducing gas into liquid metal. The British Aluminum Company, Flocks Karl W, March 26, 1974: US3799522 (65 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns apparatus for introducing a gas into liquid metal and provides a member formed of silicon carbide or alumina bonded with a binding material comprising the oxides and silicates of zirconium, titanium or aluminium, the member having a tubular stem portion and a diffusing portion ...


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Stauff Emile, Collette Hubert: Method and equipment for training personnel in the optical tracking of a moving target. Flocks Karl W, March 26, 1974: US3798796 (62 worldwide citation)

System for rapidly training operators required to accurately aim an optical instrument at a stationary or moving target.It consists in equipping the optical aiming instrument handled by the trainee with a television camera to which is associated a reticle the optical axis of which is sighted with th ...


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Tolar Harry R, Gresser Arnold P: Laminated multi-focal lenses. Flocks Karl W, April 15, 1975: US3877798 (46 worldwide citation)

The successful fitting of bifocal lenses presents, conventionally, difficult and expensive problems due to a variety of different and conflicting requirements which must be mutually reconciled in every compound bifocal. In the present disclosure a standardized laminated lens system for compound bifo ...


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Post Daniel: Position measuring through the use of moire fringe multiplication. Flocks Karl W, March 12, 1974: US3796498 (40 worldwide citation)

A system for linear and angular measurements utilizing a form of moire fringe multiplication particularly in position measuring apparatus. The position of a table is determined by moire fringe multiplication with a coarse scale grating, an index member in juxtaposition with said scale grating, illum ...


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Zock Joseph: Telephone dialing system. Flocks Karl W, May 20, 1975: US3885108 (38 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method of calling a number and an automatic dialling device for calling a number. The number is stored in a storage device and controllably emitted onto a telephone line. Sensing means are provided for sensing whether or not calling is effected. If calling is not effected, t ...


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Raubenheimer Johann Nicolaas: Cleaning devices. Flocks Karl W, April 16, 1974: US3803658 (35 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a cleaning device for cleaning a surface and which comprises at least one cleaning head to fit against the surface to be cleaned. The head has an inlet for permitting suction to be applied through a suction pipe so that liquid can be sucked from the surface through the head in ...


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Persicke Gunter: Shock or energy absorbing apparatus. Road Research, Flocks Karl W, October 21, 1975: US3913963 (34 worldwide citation)

A shock absorbing apparatus for use on heavy load carrying vehicles having a chassis mounted on road wheels comprising a bumper for extending across the width of the vehicle and pivotally mounted on an arm which, at a point remote from the bumper, is pivotally mounted with respect to the chassis, an ...


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Jannot Michel Rene, Vaillant Robert Guillaume, Dzalba Lyndis Serge Yvan: Acoustic damping and cooling of turbojet exhaust ducts. Societe Nationale Industrielle Aerospatiale, Flocks Karl W, November 19, 1974: US3848697 (28 worldwide citation)

The invention proposes a solution to the problem of noise damping and cooling in high-temperature zones in turbojet exhaust ducts.A material which consists basically of one or more single corrugated cores having a standardized profile and clearly defined characteristics in regard both to its dimensi ...


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Raubenheimer Johann Nicolaas: Apparatus for cleaning the surface of a liquid. Peacock Investments, Flocks Karl W, December 23, 1975: US3928202 (25 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns an apparatus for cleaning the surface of a liquid particularly a swimming pool. The apparatus comprises a hollow body member which will float partly on the surface of the liquid, said body member having a liquid inlet for permitting surface liquid to pass into a filter chambe ...