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Constable Geoffrey Ernest Patrick: Access- or trnansaction-control. Smiths, Pollock Elliott I, July 1, 1975: US3892948 (67 worldwide citation)

A money-dispensing system is operative to dispense money to a bank customer in response to keyed-entry of his personal-identification number and account number in succession, using a set of ten push-buttons. The account number is printed out and as read from the hard-copy log is transmitted to a cen ...


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Cross David Edward: Tubing. Smiths, Pollock Elliott I, May 14, 1974: US3810474 (67 worldwide citation)

An endotracheal tube has an inflatable cuff of undulatory bellows-like configuration to provide spaced circumferential convolutions, whereby cuff contact in establishing a labyrinth seal with the intubated patient's trachea is restricted to narrow bands so as to reduce the extent, and consequential ...


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Hosking John Trevor, Blackham Norman: Head-up display apparatus. Pollock Elliott I, November 19, 1974: US3848974 (46 worldwide citation)

Head-up display apparatus to provide an indication of the speed of an automobile includes a curved windscreen on which the indication is displayed in the driver's line-of-sight. The apparatus includes a speedometer scale attached to the shaft of a speedometer movement, a light source, and an optical ...


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Broms Bengt, Wager Oleg: System of armouring earth. Fodervavnader, Pollock Elliott I, December 16, 1975: US3925994 (44 worldwide citation)

An earth-filling reinforcement structure comprises one or more elongated, earth-imbedded carpets oriented in a plane substantially parallel to the surface of the earth being reinforced. Each carpet comprises a comparatively wide net-like sheet fabricated of a substantially non-corrosive metallic or ...


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Parker Louis W: Convection-type solar heating unit. Pollock Elliott I, November 18, 1975: US3919998 (40 worldwide citation)

A solar heater comprises a plurality of elongated containers which are nested within one another, each container having a transparent upper surface positioned to admit solar radiation to the container. Each container includes an inlet adjacent one end thereof for the admission of a gaseous medium, s ...


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Paddison Denys Ian: Transportation systems. British Secretary of State for Defence, Pollock Elliott I, July 22, 1975: US3895584 (39 worldwide citation)

A transportation system including a network of tracks for remotely-controllable vehicles to run over, having intersections each enabling vehicles to be driven from one track to another track, and each comprising a junction track associated with vehicle detector means, signalling means and a computer ...


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Egerborg Bo Malte Staffan, Gadefelt Goran Robert, Hagbjer Gunnar Ingemar, Spang Kjell: Concrete structural member with high internal damping. Pollock Elliott I, August 13, 1974: US3828504 (36 worldwide citation)

A concrete structural member comprises at least two elongated concrete elements completely spaced from one another by a continuous intervening layer of viscoelastic material in full surface engagement with each element. The viscoelastic material has a thickness which is a small fraction of the thick ...


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Thornicroft Barry William, Teal Maurice Royston: Frames for holding printed circuit boards. Critchley Bros, Pollock Elliott I, October 1, 1974: US3838777 (26 worldwide citation)

Special forms of supports and guides are provided in a frame construction, the guides being arranged for location between pairs of supports so that slots in the guides may receive edges of printed circuit boards. By forming each support with a rib, a groove at the end of each guide can be made a pos ...


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Jardine Robert W: Web feeding apparatus. Reed International, Pollock Elliott I, October 29, 1974: US3844189 (25 worldwide citation)

Web feeding apparatus including a web diverting device which is controllable to cause a free leading end of a web to take a selected one of two alternative paths. The web diverting device comprises a pair of facing surfaces which diverge from each other in the web feeding direction whereby each defi ...


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Hesse Kurt: Adaptor for an electrical power distributor track. Pollock Elliott I, November 19, 1974: US3848715 (25 worldwide citation)

An adaptor, for an electrical power distributor track, is arranged so that it can be fitted into the open channel of the track in a first position, and can then be rotated to a second position in which spring-loaded contact means make contact with electrical power lines. Holding elements are provide ...