Clem B Shriver, Donald E Richeson, Robert H Vogliano: Collapsible-stable blown container. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Alvin T Rockhill, J D Wolfe, October 4, 1988: US04775564 (61 worldwide citation)

A molded extensible-collapsible container having a series of flutes, in the generic sense, in its side to permit the container when subjected to an external force to move to a collapsed position or to the extended position when preferably the yield point of the plastic is no greater than about 5% an ...

Thomas G Rabito: Sag resistant two component adhesive and sealant. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, R D Thompson, April 24, 1984: US04444976 (47 worldwide citation)

An improved two component adhesive whereby said adhesive exhibits sag resistance on a vertical surface substantially immediately after the two components are mixed with adequate gel time for use thereof said two component adhesive being composed of a polyurethane prepolymer component and a curative ...

Robert J Stalter, Theodore B Burkholder: Contoured foam mattress. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, F W Brunner, J D Wolfe, February 14, 1978: US04073020 (34 worldwide citation)

A foam mattress having a crown area with cored-out areas therein to modify the harshness of feel of said mattress.

Edwin C Slagel: Polyurethane and method of making. Goodyear Aerospace Corporation, J D Wolfe, J G Pere, May 8, 1979: US04153777 (33 worldwide citation)

A polyurethane, being the reaction product of a polyester or polyether polyol with 1.5 to 2.5 equivalents of polyisocyanate, 0.05 to 0.40 equivalents of water cured with a polyol having less than 800 molecular weight.

Billy P Martin, Vernon V Vanis: Slide surface compound for track-driven vehicle. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, D M Ronyak, July 21, 1981: US04279449 (27 worldwide citation)

A flexible endless belt track for a track-driven vehicle, said belt track having an outer ground-contacting surface to provide traction and an opposite inner surface which is adapted for moving contact with rigid elements of the vehicle drive means and the belt track supporting means, said inner sur ...

John R White, Ram M Krishnan, James D Wolfe: Mold release agent. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, F W Brunner, J D Wolfe, July 26, 1977: US04038088 (26 worldwide citation)

A mold release agent comprising metallic soaps of the fatty acids in combination with 0.03 to one percent of a polyurethane catalyst selected from secondary and tertiary amines and organic tin compounds.

Shirish R Jasani: Polyetherurethane composition and polymer prepared by photopolymerization. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, February 13, 1979: US04139436 (25 worldwide citation)

A liquid ethylenically unsaturated polyetherurethane composition having a viscosity at 24.degree. C. of 1000 to 10,000 centipoises dispersible in dilute aqueous sodium hydroxide is capable of being polymerized by actinic light to yield a solid having a Shore A hardness of at least 30 when the compos ...

George J Hausmann, Donald E Patton Jr: Bumper rub strip assembly. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, Marc R Dion Sr, August 8, 1989: US04854258 (24 worldwide citation)

A bumper assembly to protect a marine or related dock from vessels or vehicles composed of a bumper strip of ultra-high molecular weight preferably 3.5 to 6 million molecular weight polyethylene covering a mass of rubber attached to the dock wall.

Charles A Suter: Heat-resistant fuel cell. Goodyear Aerospace Corporation, F W Brunner, J D Wolfe, April 20, 1976: US03951190 (23 worldwide citation)

A container capable of passing the temperature requirements of U.S. Defense Department Specification MIL-T-25783 B and C (ASG) Tank, Fuel Aircraft and Missile Non-Self Sealing High Temperature Removable consisting of an inner layer of polyurethane elastomer of 2 to 30 mils adhered to at least one pl ...

Robert C Schisler, George W Eisenzimmer: Inflatable oil well hole plug with reinforcing wires. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, J D Wolfe, R D Thompson, February 19, 1985: US04500095 (22 worldwide citation)

An inflatable packer assembly having an inflatable bladder having reinforcing means where the steel wires are arranged as a series of parallel inline cables positioning within the bladder and their ends are anchored in an upper and a lower shoe means and is embedded in elastomeric compounds having p ...