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Lee L Huntsman, Richard S Leard, Gary L Tarbox, Stephen R Barnes, Barry D McLaren: Methods and apparatus for monitoring cardiac output. Lawrence Medical Systems, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, January 10, 1989: US04796634 (273 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for ascertaining the cardiac output of a human patient, said method comprising the steps of: measuring the systolic velocity of the blood flowing through the patient's descending aorta; determining the cross-sectional area of the patient's ascending aorta; and calculating the ...


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Peter K C Rudolph, Grazyna B Ostrom: Turboprop propulsion apparatus. The Boeing Company, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, April 4, 1989: US04817382 (84 worldwide citation)

A turboprop propulsion system where there is a core engine driving a power turbine that is connected through a planetary drive transmission to first and second counterrotating propellers. One of the propellers is connected to the ring gear, while the other propeller is connected to the planetary car ...


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Ethmer W King, David S Yotsuuye, Robert C Kircher Jr, Mohammed R Radfar: Navigational apparatus and methods for displaying aircraft position with respect to a selected vertical flight path profile. The Boeing Company, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, December 20, 1988: US04792906 (68 worldwide citation)

An aircraft navigational system for providing a geometic display to the pilot of the vertical position of the aircraft relative to a selected vertical flight path profile as the aircraft progresses between its departure and destination. The vertical profile, which has a climb portion, a cruise porti ...


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Donalda G Shepherdson: Exercise apparatus. Hughes Cassidy & Multer, October 11, 1988: US04776581 (57 worldwide citation)

Exercise apparatus for promoting flexibility, strength, and an efficient cardiovascular system at modest cost and without the stress appurtenant to such common forms of exercise as jogging, running, and conventional aerobics. The apparatus includes a tank or other receptacle designed to be filled wi ...


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Robert W Carver, James J Croft: Loudspeaker diaphragm mounting system and method. Hughes Cassidy & Multer, February 7, 1989: US04803733 (51 worldwide citation)

A loudspeaker diaphragm mounting system where there is a perimeter frame to which is mounted a planar flexible diaphragm having electrically conductive elements thereon. The frame has two perimeter sections which have matching perimeter grooves to receive an elongate tensioning member which presses ...


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Ethmer W King, Robert C Kircher Jr, David S Yotsuuye: Aircraft descent guide system and method for creating descent guidance information. The Boeing Company, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, April 25, 1989: US04825374 (48 worldwide citation)

An aircraft navigational system includes a digital computer, a first visual output for displaying to an aircrew a geometrical representation of an optimum descent guideslope relative to a symbol representing the location of the aircraft, and a second visual output for displaying optimum descent guid ...


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Dennis N Brown: Variably adjustable shoe insert. Hughes Cassidy & Multer, January 31, 1989: US04800657 (47 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is an insert for a shoe, boot, or the like which is capable of plural adjustments so as to adapt the insert to the unique physical conformation of the wearer's foot, to hold the foot in a neutral axis position substantially at all times, to return a foot into the neutral axis mode a ...


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Fred M Lightfoot: Apparatus and methods for locating a target utilizing signals generated from a non-cooperative source. The Boeing Company, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, May 24, 1988: US04746924 (44 worldwide citation)

The positions of a non-cooperative emitter (illuminator) and reflector (target) relative to a receiver of electromagnetic energy, which neither directly nor indirectly controls the illuminator, is determined utilizing emissions received directly from the illuminator as well as reflected emissions fr ...


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Roberto Aquino, Anthony I C Kirk, Thomas E A H Webb, John C Starling: Aircraft cabin panel and insulation retainer with integrated use as a spacer-isolator. The Boeing Company, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, April 26, 1988: US04739955 (41 worldwide citation)

A mounting assembly for the insulation and interior panels of an aircraft. The mounting assembly includes an upper retainer for securing the upper edge of the cabin panel to the aircraft, and a lower releasable latch assembly which connects the lower end of the cabin panel to the aircraft. The curve ...


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Bruce A Hartman, Michael R Kardack, Ralph E Ammendolia: Tripods. Kar Hart Productions, Hughes Cassidy & Multer, August 30, 1988: US04767090 (36 worldwide citation)

Simple, durable tripods for instruments such as those employed by surveyors, cameras, telescopes, laser-based measuring devices, etc. These tripods feature a tripod head which is a single piece of material and pivotable legs with a one-piece foot and a side-by-side or triangular array of hollow post ...