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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Gary J Gracyalny, John Santi, Stanley Filipak, Elliot J Matel: Starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, December 4, 2001: US06325036 (16 worldwide citation)

A starting and stopping device for an internal combustion engine includes an energy storing device including at least one elastic member. The elastic member is loaded in response to rotation of a main shaft, and the main shaft rotates in an unloading direction in response to unloading of the elastic ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Tom Disch, Jeffrey P Feist, Kayne Kowis, Elliot Matel, Robert J Rose, Marvin Vissers, Jeffrey H Whitmore, Geoffrey P Zabrowski: Four-stroke internal combustion engine having reduced noise emissions. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, October 28, 2008: US07441532 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a four-stroke internal combustion engine having reduced noise emissions. The engine includes a filter element having substantially flat inlet and outlet sides, a first housing portion, and a second housing portion coupled to the first housing portion. The first and sec ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Jeffrey P Feist, Elliot Matel, Matthew J Nagel: Exhaust deflector for a muffler. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, May 12, 2009: US07530428 (2 worldwide citation)

An exhaust deflector is attachable to a muffler. The exhaust deflector includes a single-piece housing having a flange that defines an inlet aperture, an outlet wall that defines an outlet aperture, and an intermediate wall that interconnects the flange and the outlet wall. A mesh is in contact with ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Jeffrey P Feist, Elliot Matel: Exhaust deflector for a muffler. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, May 12, 2009: US07530427 (1 worldwide citation)

An exhaust deflector is attachable to a muffler. The exhaust deflector includes a housing having a flange that is attachable to the muffler, and an outer wall extending from the flange. The outer wall defines an aperture. A single piece mesh is in contact with the flange and cooperates with the hous ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Jacob Schmalz, John Gulke, Elliot Matel: Evaporative emissions control system. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, October 16, 2008: US20080251055-A1

An evaporative emissions control system for an engine including a fuel tank having a fuel tank vapor space, a carburetor coupled to the fuel tank, and a fuel tank cap having fuel vapor adsorption media that adsorbs vapor from the fuel tank vapor space. The fuel tank cap is in fluid communication wit ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Jeffrey P Feist, Elliot Matel, Matthew J Nagel: Exhaust deflector for a muffler. Briggs & Stratton Corporation, Michael Best & Friedrich, February 14, 2008: US20080035421-A1

An exhaust deflector is attachable to a muffler. The exhaust deflector includes a single-piece housing having a flange that defines an inlet aperture, an outlet wall that defines an outlet aperture, and an intermediate wall that interconnects the flange and the outlet wall. A mesh is in contact with ...


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Elliot Matel Elliot Matel
Tom Disch, Jeffrey P Feist, Kayne Kowis, Elliot Matel, Robert J Rose, Marvin Vissers, Jeffrey H Whitmore, Geoffrey P Zabrowski: Four-stroke internal combustion engine having reduced noise emissions. Michael Best & Friedrich, August 16, 2007: US20070186894-A1

The present invention provides a four-stroke internal combustion engine having reduced noise emissions. The engine includes a filter element having substantially flat inlet and outlet sides, a first housing portion, and a second housing portion coupled to the first housing portion. The first and sec ...


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Hirak Chanda
Kenta Mineo, Hirak Chanda: Electronic stability control system indicator. Robert Bosch, Michael Best & Friedrich, March 10, 2015: US08977430 (1 worldwide citation)

An electronic stability control indication system including a bar-graph-type display, a processor, and a memory. The memory stores instructions that, when executed by the processor, control the operation of the electronic stability control indication system. The system receives a first signal from a ...


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Hirak Chanda
Hirak Chanda, Marcin Kowalewski: Banked curve detection using vertical and lateral acceleration. Robert Bosch, Michael Best & Friedrich, October 27, 2015: US09168950

A banked curve detection system determines the presence of a vehicle on a banked curve by sensing a vertical acceleration and a lateral acceleration of a vehicle. A banked curve is determined when the vertical acceleration and lateral acceleration are each greater than previously sensed vertical and ...



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