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Kioan Cheon: Cooling system for computer. Joan H Pauly, March 24, 1998: US05731954 (210 worldwide citation)

A cooling system for a small computer has one or more heat transfer devices (12, 30) in intimate, heat-exchanging contact with heat-producing computer components. Liquid coolant is circulated through conduits from a reservoir (48) to the devices (12, 30). A radiator (42) is mounted on the outside of ...


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Pavel Maltsev, Richard Penn: Fast finding algorithm for two-dimensional symbologies. Intermec Corporation, Joan H Pauly, January 16, 2001: US06173893 (154 worldwide citation)

A plurality of scan lines is used to detect characteristic features of a checkerboard structure or similar pattern structure of symbology within a field of view. The scan lines cross leading edges of the symbology which provides signals to a plurality of processors. The processors detect instances w ...


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Donn E Gabrielson: 1D finder pattern for 2D bar codes. Intermec IP, Donald A Streck, Joan H Pauly, August 15, 2000: US06102289 (125 worldwide citation)

An easily findable 2-dimensional bar code is disclosed comprising a 2-dimensional bar code; and, a 1-dimensional bar code directly associated with the 2-dimensional bar code at a known distance and orientation with respect to a starting location of the 2-dimensional bar code whereby the 1-dimensiona ...


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William T Kline, Robert F Mittelstadt: Breather material and method of coating fabric with silicone rubber. The Boeing Company, Joan H Pauly, October 22, 1985: US04548859 (123 worldwide citation)

In vacuum bagging and similar operations involving composite materials, it is necessary to provide both a release layer that directly contacts the composite material and will not adhere to such material, and passages for removing entrapped air. A problem with known release layers is that they are no ...


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Rowan O Brick: Lightning protection system for conductive composite material structure. The Boeing Company, Joan H Pauly, July 5, 1988: US04755904 (113 worldwide citation)

A composite material skin (42) is attached to a composite material support structure (26) by a plurality of metal lock bolts (64). A foraminous metal material (44) is embedded in the matrix of the outer layer of the skin (42) and positioned outwardly of reinforcing graphite fibers. The metal (44) is ...


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Duane M Fox, David N Bledsoe: RF tag application system. Intermec IP, Joan H Pauly, August 28, 2001: US06280544 (104 worldwide citation)

A system includes a method and apparatus for printing labels and applying electronic tags, e.g. RF tags, to the labels, and also includes the resulting labels. The apparatus comprises a label media supply station that receives a strip of label media. The back face of the media may have adhesive ther ...


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Robert F Mittelstadt, George R Stumpf Jr: Method and apparatus for forming composite material articles. The Boeing Company, Joan H Pauly, Delbert J Barnard, October 9, 1984: US04475976 (94 worldwide citation)

A ply (100) of fiber reinforced composite material is laid onto a mandrel (30) having a vacuum ported upper surface with a generally U-shaped cross section. Ply (100) is laid onto the top web (32) of mandrel (30), with its side edges being laid in a cantilevered fashion. A flexible bag (20) is infla ...


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John E Caldwell, Michael R Chapman, Kenneth J Goodwin, Patrick A Lowery: Method of forming composite material articles. The Boeing Company, Joan H Pauly, August 26, 1986: US04608220 (93 worldwide citation)

Improvements in manufacturing composite material articles. The use of male molds in forming such articles has the problem of requiring large tolerances for the outer dimensions of the articles. The use of female molds has the problem of inaccurate forming of highly contoured inner surfaces. The inve ...