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Leonard L Kleinberg: Temperature responsive transmitter. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, John O Tresansky, John R Manning, Harry Lupuloff, August 25, 1987: US04689621 (190 worldwide citation)

A temperature responsive transmitter is provided in which frequency varies linearly with temperature. The transmitter includes two identically biased transistors connected in parallel. A capacitor, which reflects into the common bases to generate negative resistance effectively in parallel with the ...


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Patricia S Cowings: Autogenic-feedback training exercise (AFTE) method and system. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kenneth L Warsh, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, December 9, 1997: US05694939 (93 worldwide citation)

The autogenic-feedback training exercise (AFTE) method of the present invention is a combined application of physiologic and perceptual training techniques, such as autogenic therapy and biofeedback. This combined therapy approach produces a methodology that is appreciably more effective than either ...


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Jude George, Leslie Schlecht, James D McCabe, John LeKashman Jr: Scalable hierarchical network management system for displaying network information in three dimensions. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kenneth L Warsh, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, June 30, 1998: US05774669 (80 worldwide citation)

A network management system has SNMP agents distributed at one or more sites, an input output module at each site, and a server module located at a selected site for communicating with input output modules, each of which is configured for both SNMP and HNMP communications. The server module is confi ...


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Robert T Lockyer, John Zuk, Leonard A Haslim: Environmentally friendly anti-icing. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kenneth L Warsh, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, June 30, 1998: US05772912 (46 worldwide citation)

The present invention describes an aqueous, non-electrolytic, non-toxic, biodegradable, continuous single phase liquid anti-icing or deicing composition for use on the surfaces of, for example, aircraft, airport pavements, roadways, walkways, bridges, entrances, structures, canals, locks, components ...


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Curtis Lomax, John Moskito: Evaporative cooling membrane device. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Robert M Padilla, Harry Lupuloff, John Mannix, September 7, 1999: US05946931 (44 worldwide citation)

An evaporative cooling membrane device is disclosed having a flat or pleated plate housing with an enclosed bottom and an exposed top that is covered with at least one sheet of hydrophobic porous material having a thin thickness so as to serve as a membrane. The hydrophobic porous material has pores ...


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Charles K Gary, Meric Ozcan: Security system responsive to optical fiber having Bragg grating. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kenneth L Warsh, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, May 27, 1997: US05633975 (38 worldwide citation)

An optically responsive electronic lock is disclosed comprising an optical fiber serving as a key and having Bragg gratings placed therein. Further, an identification system is disclosed which has the optical fiber serving as means for tagging and identifying an object. The key or tagged object is i ...


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Bernard D Adelstein: Three degree of freedom parallel mechanical linkage. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kathleen Dal Bon, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, October 6, 1998: US05816105 (33 worldwide citation)

A three degree of freedom parallel mechanism or linkage that couples three degree of freedom translational displacements at an endpoint, such as a handle, a hand grip, or a robot tool, to link rotations about three axes that are fixed with respect to a common base or ground link. The mechanism inclu ...


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Gerald M Mulenburg, Joan Vernikos: Human powered centrifuge. The United States of America Represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kenneth L Warsh, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, April 1, 1997: US05616104 (32 worldwide citation)

A human powered centrifuge has independently established turntable angular velocity and human power input. A control system allows excess input power to be stored as electric energy in a battery or dissipated as heat through a resistor. In a mechanical embodiment, the excess power is dissipated in a ...


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Domenick E Cagliostro, Ming Ta S Hsu: Method for waterproofing ceramic materials. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Kathleen Dal Bon, Harry Lupuloff, John G Mannix, September 29, 1998: US05814397 (32 worldwide citation)

Hygroscopic ceramic materials which are difficult to waterproof with a silane, substituted silane or silazane waterproofing agent, such as an alumina containing, fibrous, flexible and porous, fibrous ceramic insulation used on a reentry space vehicle, are rendered easy to waterproof if the interior, ...


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Philip A Studer: Radial and torsionally controlled magnetic bearing. The United States of America represented by the Administrator of the National Aeronautics & Space Administration, John O Tresansky, John R Manning, Harry Lupuloff, January 6, 1987: US04634191 (28 worldwide citation)

A magnetic bearing including a circular stator member having a plurality of circumferential pole faces and a suspended annular ring member with corresponding number of inward facing circumferential pole faces separated by respective air gaps. A source of DC magnetic flux circulates flux between the ...