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Cardarella James L Jr: Fan case reinforcement in a gas turbine jet engine. Cardarella James L Jr, KONRAD William K, December 28, 2006: WO/2006/137875 (3 worldwide citation)

Described is reinforcement of a fan case (1002) in a gas turbine jet engine. In one embodiment, a containment ring (1102) and a heat resistance ring (1112) are shrink interference fit on the inside diameter of the fan case, the containment ring where the large fan blades turn, and the heat resistanc ...


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Ye Mengqi, Liu Zhendong, Ding Peijun: Protective offset sputtering. Applied Materials, Ye Mengqi, Liu Zhendong, Ding Peijun, KONRAD William K, May 10, 2007: WO/2007/053317 (2 worldwide citation)

Sputtering in a physical vapor deposition (PVD) chamber (100) may, in one embodiment, utilize a target (220) laterally offset from and tilted with respect to the substrate (186). In another aspect, target power may be reduced to enhance film protection. In yet another aspect magnetron magnets may be ...


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Cardarella L James Jr: Fan case reinforcement in a gas turbine jet engine. Cardarella L James Jr, KONRAD William K, March 29, 2007: WO/2007/035184 (2 worldwide citation)

Described is reinforcement of a fan case (302) in a gas turbine jet engine. In one embodiment, a containment ring (702) and a hear resistance ring (1112) are shrink interference fit on the inside diameter of the fan case, the containment ring where the large fan blades (104) turn, and the heat resis ...


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Goldberg Richard David, Armour David George, Burgess Christopher, Murrell Adrian J: Ion implanter electrodes. Applied Materials, KONRAD William K, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/038855 (1 worldwide citation)

Provided is an ion implanter (1) having a deceleration lens assembly (9) comprising a plurality of electrodes (60, 61, 65) in which one or more of the apertures of the deceleration electrodes (62, 63, 67) are shaped in a manner which can improve performance of the ion implanter. In one embodiment, a ...


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Mastrototaro John J, Purvis Richard E, Halili Edgardo C, Johnson Eric: Test plug and cable for a glucose monitor. Minimed, KONRAD William K, August 31, 2000: WO/2000/049942

Methods and apparatuses for electrically connecting a medical glucose monitor (21) to a glucose sensor set (20), as well as for testing the operation of the glucose monitor, monitor cable (10) and glucose sensor set are provided. In one embodiment, an electric cable comprises a cable member (13), a ...


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Ashman John J, Youngfleish Frank C: Solderable bottom entry connector. Elco Corporation, KONRAD William K, August 19, 1993: WO/1993/016504

A bottom-entry electrical female connector (3) which can be mounted to a printed circuit board (4) by a single step wavesolder operation and which requires minimal surface area on the surface of a host printed circuit board. The connector has a plastic boss (1) defining a channel (7) which guide a m ...


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Lin Jian, Geissler Volker, Wendler Jens Michael: Polishing head test station. Applied Materials, KONRAD William K, July 29, 2004: WO/2004/062847

A test station for testing polishing heads for planarizing semiconductor wafers and other substrates has a head positioning control system which can precisely position the polishing head at one of many electronically controlled positions above the test station platform. The test station may also inc ...


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Simmons Jonathon Y, Shelley John R, Devaney Andrew Stephen: Kinematic ion implanter electrode mounting. Applied Materials, KONRAD William K, April 28, 2005: WO/2005/038856

A kinematic electrode mount is provided for an ion implanter in which an electrode insert member (21b) having an electrode body portion which defines an aperture (34), is inserted into an electrode support frame. In one embodiment, a first kinematic alignment pin (29a) of the insert member engages a ...


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Hickok Roy S: Dual impeller pump. Aquaria, KONRAD William K, November 30, 1995: WO/1995/032046

An improved aquarium pump (30) for use with apparatus which includes a filter box (10), a rotating biological filter element (14) and a spray bar (20) for supplying water to the rotating biological filter element (14). The pump (30) may include a pair of impeller blades (36) and (40) for supplying w ...


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Barnitz James C, Curley Joseph M, Downey David C: A vacuum system and a method of operating a vacuum system. Chiron Vision Corporation, KONRAD William K, May 9, 1996: WO/1996/013287

This invention is a vacuum system and a method of operating a vacuum system (10). The system comprises a vacuum line (12), a pump (14), a pump motor (16), a pressure adjusting assembly (20), a pressure sensor (22), and a control means (24). The pump is connected to the vacuum line for drawing fluids ...