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Paul A Kline: Method and apparatus for providing inductive coupling and decoupling of high-frequency, high-bandwidth data signals directly on and off of a high voltage power line. Current Technologies, Mel Barnes, Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, September 27, 2005: US06950567 (227 worldwide citation)

The present invention is drawn to an electrically “closed” method and apparatus for transmitting and receiving data signals over a high voltage power line. Inductive coupling is employed for coupling and decoupling the data signal directly on to and off of a single power line wire. An exemplary devi ...


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Alan R Jones: Cooling systems. Rolls-Royce, W Warren Taltavull, Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, August 23, 2005: US06931834 (60 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for maintaining the temperature of a component of a gas turbine engine below a predetermined maximum working temperature comprises a reservoir for a cooling fluid having a boiling point below the working temperature and in which the component is immersed or with which it is in contact. At ...


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Kazuhiko Mori, Mitsuru Nakamura, Masanobu Tanaka: Titanium oxide colloidal sol and process for the preparation thereof. Nihon Parkerizing, Paul E White Jr, Manelli Dension &Selter PLLC, July 16, 2002: US06420437 (32 worldwide citation)

A neutral titanium dioxide colloid sol having a high stability in a neutral range and capable of forming a colorless transparent coating even when dried at room temperature is produced by mixing an acid titanium dioxide sol comprising 50 to 100 parts by weight of titanium dioxide colloidal particles ...


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Gerald W Hough: Method of generating an inspection program and method of generating a visual display. Rolls-Royce, W Warren Taltavull, Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, December 5, 2006: US07146291 (17 worldwide citation)

A computer-implemented method of generating an inspection program for a computer-controlled coordinate measuring probe comprises the steps of: (a) receiving nominal geometry data for a component, (b) receiving inspection requirement data specifying one or more selected shape characteristics of the c ...


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Shahrokh Shahpar, Mark D Taylor: Guide vane for a gas turbine engine. Rolls-Royce, Warren Taltavull, Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, June 29, 2004: US06755612 (15 worldwide citation)

A guide vane is adapted to be mounted in an annular fluid-conveying duct of a gas turbine engine, and has an aerofoil part which extends radially across the duct when the guide vane is thus-mounted. On a transverse cross-section relative to the direction of intended fluid flow across the aerofoil pa ...


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John R Webster: Gas turbine engine exhaust nozzle. Rolls-Royce, Jeffrey S Melcher, Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, August 25, 2009: US07578132 (12 worldwide citation)

A gas turbine engine exhaust nozzle arrangement for the flow of exhaust gases therethrough between an upstream end and a downstream end thereof comprising a nozzle and a plurality of tabs which extend in a generally axial direction from a downstream portion of the nozzle wherein the nozzle further c ...


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Lars Skaarup Jensen, Ebbe Skyum Jöns: Method for reducing the SO2 emission from a plant for manufacturing cement clinker and such plant. F L Smidth, Jeffrey S Melcher, Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, June 7, 2005: US06902714 (12 worldwide citation)

Provided is a method and plant for reducing SO2 emissions in which a catalyst for catalyzing the formation of cement clinker is extracted from kiln exhaust gas and recycled.


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Richard G Stretton: Aircraft engine arrangement. Rolls-Royce, W Warren Taltavull, Manelli Dension & Selter & PLLC, February 3, 2009: US07484354 (12 worldwide citation)

In order to avoid external bulging (5) to accommodate accessory mechanisms (27) and gearboxes (30) to drive these mechanisms (27) in accordance with the present invention splitter fairings (26) are located within a bypass duct (23) of an engine (20). The bypass duct (23) is defined between a casing ...


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Ian C D Care: Electrostatic sensors. Rolls-Royce, W Warren Taltavull Manelli Dension & Selter PLLC, January 9, 2007: US07161486 (4 worldwide citation)

A sensor 10 comprises an array of electrostatic sensor elements 12, each centred at a respective sensing position 14. Each element produces a respective output signal at 16. The outputs 16 can be used to drive respective pixels of a display. This allows an image to be created to represent the electr ...