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John Rohrer: Submergable sloped absorption barrier wave energy converter. Rohrer Technologies, Mark D Lorusso, December 24, 2013: US08614520 (8 worldwide citation)

An ocean wave energy converter uses one or more buoyant elongated float(s) self orienting toward oncoming wave fronts and movably affixed to a motion stabilized controlled buoyancy frame by down sloping tracks constraining the wave induced motion of the float(s) to an upward and rearward motion as o ...


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John W Rohrer: Ocean wave energy converter with multiple capture modes. Rohrer Technologies, Mark D Lorusso, December 10, 2013: US08604631 (8 worldwide citation)

An ocean wave energy converter utilizes a substantially submerged elongated absorption barrier oriented parallel to oncoming wave fronts having one or more substantially submerged air or gas filled variable volume vessels located between a relatively fixed position rigid rearward surface and a movin ...


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Brett A Gessay: Truck body extension. Mark D Lorusso, August 8, 2000: US06099061 (8 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for extending a truck body bed is disclosed having elongated members secured to a truck body bed with insertion pins matingly engaged to apertures situated in an end plate of the truck body bed. The apparatus is useful for safely moving materials that are longer than the truck body bed ...


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David Paul Thurston, Eric Thurston Wight: Front-mounting adjustable hanger system. Mark D Lorusso, November 7, 2000: US06142436 (2 worldwide citation)

An adjustable hanger system is disclosed comprising a base member with at least one channel and a plurality of hanging elements. The base member has bore holes and counterbores concentric with the bore holes, adapted to receive mechanical fasteners that secure the adjustable hanger system to a suppo ...


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John W Rohrer: Multi-capture mode wave energy converter with submergible float. Rohrer Technologies, Mark D Lorusso, September 8, 2015: US09127640 (2 worldwide citation)

An ocean wave energy converter (WEC) uses one or more buoyant elongated float(s) mechanically linked to a motion-stabilized frame by either swing or lever arms or down-sloping tracks that define the motion of the floats relative to the frame to capture both heave and surge wave energy forces. The su ...


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Donald A Becken: Multipoint lock system. Mark D Lorusso, Lorusso Loud & Kelly, April 8, 2004: US20040066046-A1

A multipoint lock system is disclosed for use with the active and inactive doors of two-door sets, which provides an operator with the ability to lock or unlock a plurality of locking points both manually and automatically, and features a blocking mechanism to prevent unwanted locking. The system co ...


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Ernst Wintner, Georg Reider, Herbert Kopecek: Internal combustion engine. Mark D Lorusso, Lorusso Loud & Kelly, September 2, 2004: US20040168662-A1

An internal combustion engine comprising at least one cylinder, in which combustion of a fuel-air mixture compressed in the cylinder by a piston is initiated by time-controlled external ignition, wherein there is provided at least one laser light source for time-controlled external ignition and the ...


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Gunther Herdin, Johann Klausner: Combustion engine. Mark D Lorusso, Lorusso Loud & Kelly, November 4, 2004: US20040216712-A1

Internal combustion engine with at least one cylinder, in which a fuel/air mixture can be compressed in a cylinder by a piston, the temperature of the fuel/air mixture in the combustion chamber being able to be brought at least to over roughly 80% and up to at most roughly 98% of the spontaneous ign ...


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Georg Toplack: Workpiece, in particular a crankshaft. Mark D Lorusso, Lorusso Loud & Kelly, December 9, 2004: US20040244529-A1

A workpiece, in particular a crankshaft, the surface of which in a region (4, 4) to be hardened has a plurality of mutually spaced, hardened, preferably laser-hardened portions, characterised in that the extent (d) and/or the spacing (s) of the hardened, preferably substantially punctiform portions ...


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Markus Kraus, Diethard Plohberger, Stephan Laiminger, Thomas Guggenberger: Internal combustion engine. Mark D Lorusso, Lorusso Loud & Kelly, December 9, 2004: US20040244753-A1

An internal combustion engine, in particular a stationary gas engine, comprising at least one spark plug connector plug device (2) which can be fixed to the internal combustion engine, wherein the spark plug connector plug device (2) and the fixing thereof to the internal combustion engine withstand ...