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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Bielek, Thanh Vo, Frederick James Brunner: Second-stage turbine nozzle airfoil. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye, January 7, 2003: US06503054 (51 worldwide citation)

The second-stage nozzles have vanes comprising airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z set forth in inches in Table I with the X, Y and Z values commencing at the radially innermost aerodynamic section of the airfoil and then made relative to that ...


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Craig Allen
Robert Alan Brittingham, Edward Durell Benjamin, Jacob Charles Perry II, Craig Allen Bielek: Airfoil shape for a turbine bucket. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye, August 24, 2004: US06779980 (40 worldwide citation)

First stage turbine buckets have airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z set forth Table I wherein X and Y values are in inches and the Z values are non-dimensional values from 0 to 1 convertible to Z distances in inches by multiplying the Z values ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Bielek, Robert Alan Brittingham, Jeff Brian Thompson, Benjamin Arnette Lagrange, Robert Walter Coign: Airfoil shape for a turbine bucket. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye, May 25, 2004: US06739838 (37 worldwide citation)

Third stage turbine buckets have airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z set forth Table I wherein X and Y values are in inches and the Z values are non-dimensional values from 0 to 1 convertible to Z distances in inches by multiplying the Z values ...


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Craig Allen
David John Humanchuk, Craig Allen Bielek, Robert Alan Brittingham, James Tyson Balkcum, Andrew Jones Jr: Second stage turbine bucket airfoil. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye, February 3, 2004: US06685434 (37 worldwide citation)

The second stage buckets have airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z set forth Table I wherein X and Y values are in inches and the Z value is non-dimensional along the bucket centerline coincident with a turbine radius and convertible to a Z dist ...


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Craig Allen
Jon Robert DeLong, Craig Allen Bielek, Tommy Dee Hayes, Benjamin Arnette Lagrange, Scott F Johnson: Airfoil shape for a turbine bucket and turbine incorporating same. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, June 8, 2010: US07731483 (10 worldwide citation)

Third stage turbine buckets have airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z′ set forth Table I wherein X and Y values are in inches and the Z′ values are non-dimensional values from 0 to 1 convertible to Z distances in inches by multiplying the Z′ val ...


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Craig Allen
Jon Robert DeLong, Craig Allen Bielek, Tommy Dee Hayes, Benjamin Arnette Lagrange, Scott F Johnson: Airfoil shape for a turbine bucket and turbine incorporating same. General Electric Company, Nixon & Vanderhye PC, February 5, 2009: US20090035145-A1

Third stage turbine buckets have airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z′ set forth Table I wherein X and Y values are in inches and the Z′ values are non-dimensional values from 0 to 1 convertible to Z distances in inches by multiplying the Z′ val ...


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Craig Allen
Craig Allen Bielek, Thanh Vo, Frederick James Brunner: Second-stage turbine nozzle airfoil. Nixon & Vanderhye PC, January 30, 2003: US20030021680-A1

The second-stage nozzles have vanes comprising airfoil profiles substantially in accordance with Cartesian coordinate values of X, Y and Z set forth in inches in Table I with the X, Y and Z values commencing at the radially innermost aerodynamic section of the airfoil and then made relative to that ...


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Jose Ferreira
Jean Marc Lemmer, Scott V Thomsen, Jens Peter Muller, Philip J Lingle, Jose Ferreira: Coated article with low-E coating including tin oxide interlayer for high bend applications. Centre Luxembourg de Recherches pour le Verre et la Ceramique, Guardian, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, December 19, 2006: US07150916 (29 worldwide citation)

A coated article is provided which may be heat treated (e.g., thermally tempered) and/or heat bent in certain example instances. In certain example embodiments, an interlayer of or including a metal oxide such as tin oxide is provided under an infrared (IR) reflecting layer so as to be located betwe ...



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