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Ronald V Peterson, Wilfried Krone Schmidt: System for precision cleaning by jet spray. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, May 31, 1994: US05315793 (181 worldwide citation)

A system for precision cleaning of contaminants from the surface of a substrate, such as delicate surfaces or precision parts, utilizing streams of carbon dioxide snow or other cleaning gas. The system includes an enclosed or sealed cleaning container in which at least one jet spray device is housed ...


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Sidney C Chao, Edna M Purer, Thomas B Stanford, Carl W Townsend: Cleaning by cavitation in liquefied gas. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, May 31, 1994: US05316591 (108 worldwide citation)

Undesired material is removed from a chosen substrate by a process comprising the steps of (a) placing the substrate containing the undesired material in a cleaning chamber provided with cavitation-producing means; (b) introducing a liquefied gas, such as liquid carbon dioxide, into the cleaning cha ...


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Preston S Du Pont, Janet E Freeman, Robert E Ritter, Alois Wittmann: Fiber-reinforced syntactic foam composites and method of forming same. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, A W Karambelas, June 17, 1986: US04595623 (104 worldwide citation)

Fiber-reinforced syntactic foam composites having a low specific gravity and a low coefficient of thermal expansion suitable for forming lightweight structures for spacecraft applications are prepared from a mixture of a heat curable thermosetting resin, hollow microspheres having a diameter of abou ...


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Thomas B Stanford Jr, Sidney C Chao: Low cost equipment for cleaning using liquefiable gases. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, August 23, 1994: US05339844 (95 worldwide citation)

Precision cleaning of parts is performed with liquefiable gases, such as CO.sub.2, without the use of a complex and costly processor system. Rather, simplified and reliable performance for small scale and "low end" cleaning applications is accomplished without the use of pumps and condensers. The ap ...


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Susan L Oldham: Method of fabricating composite or encapsulated articles. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, A W Karamebelas, July 21, 1987: US04681718 (83 worldwide citation)

A method for encapsulating an electrical component or forming a resin based filler reinforced composite article which comprises providing a rigid mold having a cavity and an opening in one surface of the mold connected to the cavity, and a chamber in which the mold is placed for applying heat and va ...


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Carol Haertling, Andrew A Shapiro, Charles A Goodman, Ramona G Pond, Robert D Washburn, Robert F McClanahan, Carlos H Gonzalez, David M Lusher: Low-temperature-cofired-ceramic (LTCC) tape structures including cofired ferromagnetic elements, drop-in components and multi-layer transformer. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, July 2, 1996: US05532667 (81 worldwide citation)

A ferromagnetic material (18,20) in ink or tape form is sinterable using a same firing profile as and has approximately the same thermal shrinkage characteristics as low-temperature-cofired-ceramic (LTCC) tape, and is chemically non-reactive therewith. The ferromagnetic material (18,20) is applied t ...


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Sidney C Chao, Thomas B Stanford, Edna M Purer, Angela Y Wilkerson: Dry-cleaning of garments using liquid carbon dioxide under agitation as cleaning medium. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, November 21, 1995: US05467492 (79 worldwide citation)

Liquid carbon dioxide, in combination with agitation and, optionally, with process enhancers, such as surfactants, and solvents, such as water, is used to remove contaminants from garments or fabrics. Both apparatus and process are disclosed. Carbon dioxide-cleaned garments are rendered free of odor ...


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Carl W Townsend, Edna M Purer: Liquid carbon dioxide dry cleaning system having a hydraulically powered basket. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, September 23, 1997: US05669251 (78 worldwide citation)

A liquid carbon dioxide dry cleaning system that employs a rotating basket inside a dry cleaning vessel that is powered by hydraulic flow. The present invention is particularly useful as a dry cleaning system that uses liquid carbon dioxide as the cleaning agent. The dry cleaning system has a pressu ...


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Robert Bone, Kirti Vora: Vertical IC chip stack with discrete chip carriers formed from dielectric tape. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, February 4, 1997: US05600541 (77 worldwide citation)

A 3-D integrated circuit (IC) chip stack employs a plurality of discrete chip carriers that are formed from dielectric tape layers such as fused low temperature cofired ceramic (LTCC) tape. The chips are lodged in cavities within the tape layers, and are either flip-chip or wire bond connected to el ...


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David P Jackson: Dense fluid photochemical process for liquid substrate treatment. Hughes Aircraft Company, M E Lachman, M W Sales, W K Denson Low, August 17, 1993: US05236602 (76 worldwide citation)

A process for removing undesired material from a chosen substrate by exposing the substrate simultaneously to ultraviolet radiation and a selected dense fluid, wherein the radiation produces a photochemical reaction that removes the undesired material from the substrate and the dense fluid enhances ...