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Thomas J Lochtefeld, Charles E Sauerbier: Boat activated wave generator. Light Wave, J John Shimazaki, September 9, 1997: US05664910 (66 worldwide citation)

The present invention is primarily a boat activated wave generator that can be operated in a deep body of water. The wave generator is pulled or otherwise pushed through the water, and has wave generating blades that scoop up water, to form wave shapes thereon, upon which various surfing and skimmin ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated energy. J John Shimazaki, November 8, 2005: US06963802 (59 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated power, such as to a power grid, so as to avoid sudden surges and spikes, despite wind speed fluctuations and oscillations. The method preferably uses a plurality of windmill stations, including a number ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated energy. J John Shimazaki, December 11, 2007: US07308361 (59 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated power, such as to a power grid, so as to avoid sudden surges and spikes, despite wind speed fluctuations and oscillations. The method preferably uses a plurality of windmill stations, including a number ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for using wind turbines to generate and supply uninterrupted power to locations remote from the power grid. J John Shimazaki, August 9, 2005: US06927503 (58 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wind energy generating and storing system comprising methods and apparatuses for providing energy dedicated for immediate use and energy storage, to provide electrical power on an uninterrupted and continous basis, to locations remote from an electrical power grid. ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for storing and using energy to reduce the end-user cost of energy. J John Shimazaki, January 2, 2007: US07155912 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an energy storing method and apparatus for use by end-users of energy, such as commercial property owners and operators. The system differs from past systems, insofar as it is not intended to be used by and in connection with energy suppliers, such as large utility and power ...


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Ben M Enish, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for using wind turbines to generate and supply uninterrupted power to locations remote from the power grid. J John Shimazaki, June 27, 2006: US07067937 (52 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wind energy generating and storing system comprising methods and apparatuses for providing energy dedicated for immediate use and energy storage, to provide electrical power on an uninterrupted and continuous basis, to locations remote from an electrical power grid ...


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Thomas J Lochtefeld: Jet river rapids water attraction. Light Wave, J John Shimazaki, September 16, 1997: US05667445 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a water ride in the form of a river loop having a channel, wherein a portion of the channel is shallow and has a supercritical sheet flow of water thereon, and a portion of the flow in the channel is relatively deep and has a subcritical flow thereon, wherein a rider ...


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Thomas J Lochtefeld: Method and apparatus for controlling break points and reducing rip currents in wave pools. J John Shimazaki, May 25, 2004: US06738992 (39 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a wave pool wherein a portion of the floor and/or beach is provided with a grated section. With the grated section extending along the beach, the grates will allow water to pass into a cavity, wherein backflows are eliminated and rip currents are avoided. With the grated sec ...


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Thomas J Lochtefeld, Charles E Sauerbier: Moving reef wave generator. Light Wave, J John Shimazaki, August 16, 2005: US06928670 (31 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a wave generating system comprising a wave generator that travels along the surface of a body of water, and preferably in the middle thereof, wherein the wave generator can create both primary and secondary waves that travel toward the shore. The primary waves are intended t ...


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Gregory Stuart Cawthon: Combination game cleaning station, portable sink and ice chest. J John Shimazaki, June 7, 2011: US07954183 (27 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a portable sink or container with a lid that is preferably capable of closing and sealing the sink or container. In certain embodiments, the sink is preferably adapted to be connected to an existing water supply, such as an outdoor hose or faucet, such that running w ...



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