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William P Myers: Control for a demand cannula. The Bendix Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, Ken C Decker, October 18, 1977: US04054133 (86 worldwide citation)

A control for regulating the flow of a breathable fluid from a storage container to a recipient as a function of the differential between inhalation and exhalation pressure measured in the nasal cavity.


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John W Henneman, Duane E Hinds: Escape breathing apparatus. The Bendix Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, W N Antonis, August 24, 1976: US03976063 (83 worldwide citation)

A method and system for supplying a person with breathable fluid in an irrespirable atmosphere. A package which is attached to a person holds a container having a valve which is activated upon removal of a protective cover. The valve allows a breathable fluid to flow at a variable rate to a supply c ...


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David R Snyder, Lawrence E McAllister, Jaring V Veen: Carbon composite brake disc with positive vibration damping. Allied Signal, Larry J Palguta, Leo H McCormick, Robert A Walsh, September 1, 1992: US05143184 (77 worldwide citation)

A carbon composite aircraft brake disc (10, 50, 60, 110, 120) is manufactured to include internally an insert member (12, 14, 18, 24, 28, 32, 36, 42, 52, 115, 125) which effects positive vibration damping for the disc (10, 50, 60, 110, 120) during operation of the brake (100). The insert member (12, ...


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Daniel J Patient, Jack R Phipps: Maximized regenerative braking vehicle braking controller. AlliedSignal, Leo H McCormick Jr, Larry J Palguta, January 3, 1995: US05378053 (68 worldwide citation)

A vehicle powered by an electric motor which may be operated as a generator to effect regenerative braking of certain vehicle wheels in combination with individual friction brakes associated with other wheels. A commanded vehicle deceleration is apportioned among the wheels by determining the maximu ...


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John T Kasselmann, Henry Dorsett, Harold J Burkett: Sway control means for a trailer. The Bendix Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, William N Antonis, April 6, 1976: US03948567 (67 worldwide citation)

A sway control apparatus for use in a tow vehicle trailer braking system that provides a brake applying servomotor in the trailer with an independent actuation signal to attenuate oscillary forces which may develop between the trailer and the tow vehicle.


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Terence August Torzala: Physiological responsive control for an oxygen regulator. The Bendix Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, Ken C Decker, October 24, 1978: US04121578 (66 worldwide citation)

A control mechanism for regulating the proportion of a first and second fluid in a breathable fluid by measuring the physiological needs associated with the instantaneous operational parameter of an individual recipient.


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Rex Wallace Presley, Walter Frederick Datwyler Jr, Jack Richardson Lorraine: Combination vehicle yaw stabilizer. The Bendix Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, S H Hartz, August 3, 1976: US03972543 (62 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for automatically eliminating a sway condition of a trailer towed by a tow vehicle. A hitch connects the trailer to the tow vehicle and has a sensor for providing signals corresponding to the hitch lateral force for operating the trailer brakes.


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William R Seitz, Richard D Taylor, David M Smith: Preignition warning device. Allied Signal, Leo H McCormick, Ken C Decker, April 20, 1993: US05204630 (60 worldwide citation)

A device for and method of providing reliable audible and visual warnings of incipient preignition in a combustion chamber is disclosed. The current flow through at least one engine spark plug is monitored at specified times throughout a number of engine revolutions during which there should be no c ...


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John Tregidgo, Francis J Regina, Arthur T Walsh, Ronald P Rohrbach, Thirumalai G Palanisamy, Gordon W Jones, Gilbert C Reynolds: Device for treating and conditioning engine coolant. AlliedSignal, Ken C Decker, Leo H McCormick Jr, July 25, 1995: US05435346 (48 worldwide citation)

A device for treating and conditioning engine coolant for use with an internal combustion engine includes a housing having an inlet and outlet and a filtering media and container carrying coolant treatment material located within the housing. Coolant passes through the filter, and then is exposed to ...


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Harry P Wertheimer, Thomas A Libsch, Jerome L Pfeifer, Paul C Becker: Heated titania oxygen sensor. Allied Corporation, Leo H McCormick Jr, Ken C Decker, August 13, 1985: US04535316 (47 worldwide citation)

A heated resistive type sensor (20) for detecting the oxygen content in an exhaust gas is connected to an electronic control unit (22) for regulating the air/fuel ratio used to operate an internal combustion engine (10). The sensor (20) has a heater (70) which provides a constant thermal energy leve ...