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Lipson Herbert G: Sealable container for liquid flotation of cast-bound limbs. Harry A Herbert Jr et al, January 15, 1974: US3785374 (38 worldwide citation)

An elongated, waterproof, flexible bag having an opening at one end through which a cast-bound limb is inserted and sealing means around the opening including an inflatable cuff of substantially toroidal configuration and sufficiently wide to distribute the sealing pressure over a large enough area ...


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Trumble Terry M: Ultraviolet radiation dosimeter. Harry A Herbert Jr et al, January 22, 1974: US3787687 (31 worldwide citation)

An ultraviolet radiation dosimeter is provided that comprises a transparent or white film containing a 1,3,3-trimethylindolinobenzopyrylospiran and adjacent to the film a color chart having at least two shades of the color to which the substituted spiropyran changes upon exposure to ultraviolet radi ...


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Joseph F Wise: Silicon solar cell array hardened to space nuclear blast radiation. The United States of America represented by the, Harry A Herbert Jr, Robert Kern Duncan, November 16, 1971: US3620847 (20 worldwide citation)

A silicon solar cell array, having the substrate, the cell-supporting grid structure, the electrical connecting leads, the cell contacts, and the terminal connections all fabricated from low atomic material such as aluminum, beryllium, or magnesium, having glass, silicon oxide and anodized aluminum ...


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Stanley Heller, Wilbur Shapiro: Porous hydrostatic bearing. The United States of America represented by the Secretary, Harry A Herbert Jr, Jacob N Erlich, November 16, 1971: US3620581 (20 worldwide citation)

A porous hydrostatic bearing having self-lubricating bearing pads mounted in a plurality of adjustably mounted bearing shoes. The use of such a bearing in conjunction with the gas source taking the form of the system working medium allows for the use of this bearing in a cryogenic atmosphere.


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John W Downie: Sidelobe canceller. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Donald J Singer, Julian L Siegel, Harry A Herbert Jr, April 29, 1986: US04586048 (13 worldwide citation)

An intermediate frequency sidelobe canceller having two cancellation points, one delayed with respect to the other. By utilizing the control signal generated by the loop associated with the undelayed cancellation point to control the cancelling signal at the delayed cancellation point, the "lock-on" ...


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Lipson Herbert G: Temporary inflatable cast. Harry A Herbert Jr et al, January 15, 1974: US3785375 (11 worldwide citation)

An inflatable cast for application over the injured limb of the wearer including a hollow, elongated, flexible member shaped to enclose the injured limb. After the limb is in position a releasable securing means along the longitudinal edges is closed and the cast is inflated by filling with air. A s ...


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George S Campbell: Decoy missile. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Harry A Herbert Jr, Arsen Tashjian, July 20, 1982: US04340197 (11 worldwide citation)

A decoy missile having a high moment of inertia with a corresponding reduction of the natural oscillation frequency for simulating reentry of a ballistic nose cone into the earth's atmosphere. High density ballast material disposed in the forward section is in proportional relationship to similar ba ...


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Von Ohain Hans J P, Mills Roscoe H, Scolatti Charles A: Aircraft propulsion system. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air, Harry A Herbert Jr et al, January 15, 1974: US3785593 (9 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a propulsion system particularly adapted to VTOL and STOL type of aircraft and in which a main wing has an auxiliary wing arranged either above or below in spaced biplane relation with the space between the wings, in combination with suitable end plates, forming a rectangula ...


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Sletten Carlyle J, Goggins Jr William B: Airborne analog moving target detector. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air, Harry A Herbert Jr et al, January 22, 1974: US3787850 (7 worldwide citation)

An analog moving target detector in which the transmitter feeds inputs to a Butler matrix connecting a series of antennas. On reception the received signals are fed to a plurality of series of scaling circuits, each series corresponding to one antenna. Corresponding circuits of each series are then ...


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Calvert F Phillips Jr: Radar system logic circuit. The United States of America represented by the, Harry A Herbert Jr, Julian L Siegel, September 5, 1972: US3689922 (7 worldwide citation)

A dual frequency radar system that automatically switches from a resistiveixer of two receiving channels to a peak value selector. The switching is determined by the presence of signals in each channel above a given threshold.