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Ja Kyo Gu, Howard S An, Tae Hong Lim: Spinal fixation system. Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, August 28, 2001: US06280443 (143 worldwide citation)

A spinal fixation system for use in the immobilization of a sequence of spinal bones, comprising a plurality of pedicle screws, a pair of rods, and connectors. The pedicle screw has a spherical head having a round portion at an upper portion of the spherical head, a threaded shaft for insertion thro ...


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Wayne Ernest Conrad, Dave Petersen: Apparatus for separating particles from a cyclonic fluid flow. G B D, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, May 8, 2001: US06228260 (94 worldwide citation)

A particle separation member is provided for use with a cyclone separator. The particle separation member divides the separator into a cyclone chamber and a particle receiving chamber. The cyclone chamber and the particle receiving chamber communicate via a plurality of apertures in the particle sep ...


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Wayne Ernest Conrad, Dave Petersen: Apparatus and method for separating particles from a cyclonic fluid flow. G B D, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, April 24, 2001: US06221134 (92 worldwide citation)

A particle separation member is provided for use with a cyclone separator. The particle separation member divides the separator into a cyclone chamber and a particle receiving chamber. The cyclone chamber and the particle receiving chamber communicating via a plurality of apertures in the particle s ...


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Wayne Ernest Conrad, Dave Petersen: Apparatus and method for separating particles from a cyclonic fluid flow. G B D, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, June 26, 2001: US06251296 (91 worldwide citation)

A particle separation member is provided for use with a cyclone separator. The particle separation member divides the separator into a cyclone chamber and a particle receiving chamber. The cyclone chamber and the particle receiving chamber communicate via a plurality of apertures in the particle sep ...


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Albert H Kirchner III, Loren Staplin, Kenneth W Gish: Automated data acquisition and processing of traffic information in real-time system and method for same. The Scientex Corporation, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, May 16, 2000: US06064318 (80 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a portable system for automatic data acquisition and processing of traffic information in real-time. The system incorporates a plurality of sensors operatively positioned upstream of a work zone or roadway incident with each of the sensors being adapted to detect ...


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Wayne Ernest Conrad, Dave Petersen: Apparatus and method for separating particles from a cyclonic fluid flow utilizing a movable access member associated with a cyclonic separator. G B D, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, May 15, 2001: US06231645 (77 worldwide citation)

A particle separation member is provided for use with a cyclone separator. The particle separation member divides the separator into a cyclone chamber and a particle receiving chamber. The cyclone chamber and the particle receiving chamber communicate via a plurality of apertures in the particle sep ...


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Taichi Miyamoto, Kazuo Ootake, Muneomi Katayama: Method for forecasting ranking of racing contests. Teletech Company, K K Asobou&apos s, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, December 4, 2001: US06325721 (69 worldwide citation)

A method provides on-site or remote viewers with real-time computer generated graphics simulating the racing venue and contestants by incorporating past and current data to forecast the ranking of racing contests. The method comprises the steps of drawing existing contestants by means of computer gr ...


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Hsueh Te Wang, Su Tao: Method of making stacked chip package. Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, July 10, 2001: US06258626 (61 worldwide citation)

A method of making a stacked chip package comprises the steps of: (a) placing a first chip onto a substrate in a manner that solder bumps on the first chip are aligned with corresponding flip-chip pads formed on a surface of the substrate; (b) reflowing the solder bumps; (c) attaching a second chip ...


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Jum kyu Kim: Variable height container for vessel. Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas L, May 8, 2001: US06227397 (49 worldwide citation)

A variable height container for a vessel of which the upper side is open includes a bottom plate where freight is placed, a plurality of fixed posts installed on the bottom plate, a mobile post installed at each of the fixed posts to be capable of moving up and down by being guide by the fixed post ...


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Wayne Ernest Conrad, Helmut Gerhard Conrad, Ted Szylowiec: Cyclone separator having a variable longitudinal profile. G B D, Reed Smith Hazel & Thomas, August 21, 2001: US06277278 (46 worldwide citation)

A cyclone separator having an improved efficiency to remove a broader spectrum of contained particles is disclosed. The inner wall of the cyclone separator is configured to continuously impart changes in the acceleration of a fluid as it rotates within the cyclone cavity.