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Peter A Hochstein: Condition monitoring system (tire pressure). Harold W Milton Jr, May 22, 1984: US04450431 (154 worldwide citation)

A monitoring system for monitoring the condition in a vehicle wheel mounted tire. The system includes first and second LC circuits disposed within the tire and interconnected by a diode multiplier in series with a pressure switch. An exciter establishes an energetic electromagnetic field of a first ...


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James R Lizenby, Kevin J Lizenby, L James Barnard: Self-sealing fluid die. ROC Tec, Harold W Milton Jr, April 7, 1987: US04656002 (118 worldwide citation)

A preformed body (12) from powder material of metallic and nonmetallic compositions and combinations thereof, is consolidated to form a densified compact (12") of a predetermined density. An outer container mass (20), capable of fluidity in response to predetermined forces and temperatures and which ...


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Walter J Rozmus: Pressure-transmitting medium and method for utilizing same to densify material. Kelsey Hayes Company, Harold W Milton Jr, October 15, 1985: US04547337 (98 worldwide citation)

A quantity of material (10), which is at less than a predetermined density, is disposed within a sealed container (12) which is, in turn, encapsulated in a pressure-transmitting (18) medium which is, in turn, placed within a pot die (20) of a press where it is restrained as a ram (24) enters the pot ...


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Walter J Rozmus: Method for hot consolidating materials. Kelsey Hayes Company, Harold W Milton Jr, June 24, 1986: US04596694 (89 worldwide citation)

A quantity of material (10), which is at less than a predetermined density, is disposed within a sealed container (12) which is, in turn, disposed in a first thermal jacket (32) to retain the heat within the material (10) to be consolidated. The first thermal jacket (32) is placed within a second th ...


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Walter J Rozmus: Assembly for hot consolidating materials. Kelsey Hayes Company, Harold W Milton Jr, July 1, 1986: US04597730 (89 worldwide citation)

A quantity of material (10), which is at less than a predetermined density, is disposed within a sealed container (12) which is, in turn, disposed in a first thermal jacket (32) to retain the heat within the material (10) to be consolidated. The first thermal jacket (32) is placed within a second th ...


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Walter J Rozmus: Hot consolidation of powder metal-floating shaping inserts. Kelsey Hayes Company, Harold W Milton Jr, July 2, 1985: US04526748 (77 worldwide citation)

An assembly and method for hot consolidating powder metal by heat and pressure in a container. The container is a mass of material substantially fully dense and incompressible with at least a portion which is capable of plastic flow at pressing temperatures and forming a closed cavity of a predeterm ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Method and assembly for monitoring respiration and detecting apnea. Harold W Milton Jr, February 28, 1984: US04433693 (75 worldwide citation)

A method and assembly for monitoring respiration and detecting apnea. The assembly includes an oscillator for generating an electromagnetic field having an output frequency in the radio frequency range and a high Q passively tuned LC circuit which has a resonant frequency variable in the radio frequ ...


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Walter J Rozmus: Pressure transmitting medium and method for utilizing same to densify material. Kelsey Hayes Company, Harold W Milton Jr, January 31, 1984: US04428906 (62 worldwide citation)

A quantity of material (10), which is at less than a predetermined density, is disposed within a sealed container (12) which is, in turn, encapsulated in a pressure-transmitting (18) medium which is, in turn, placed within a pot die (20) of a press where it is restrained as a ram (24) enters the pot ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Electro-optical windshield moisture sensing. Harold W Milton Jr, January 17, 1989: US04798956 (53 worldwide citation)

The invention is a moisture sensor which includes an emitter (18) to emit pulses of radiant energy toward the inside surface (14) of a window (12) at an incident angle (.theta.). The radiant energy is refracted into the window (12) at the air-inside window surface (14) and reflected off the air-outs ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Bistable shape memory effect thermal transducers. Armada Corporation, Harold W Milton Jr, October 1, 1985: US04544988 (47 worldwide citation)

An electrothermal actuator assembly including a primary or armature member movable between first and second positions and biased to remain in either the first and second position to which it is moved with wires each made of shape memory material attached to the primary or armature member and acting ...