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Paul Kaestner: Laser diode collimation optics. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Bruce B Brunda, Richard G Geib, January 29, 1980: US04185891 (122 worldwide citation)

The present invention related to optical collimating systems and has particular reference to beam compression of laser diode emission.


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James R Kennedy, Edmund Y Ting: Method for diffusion bonding of alloys having low solubility oxides. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, David Aker, March 22, 1988: US04732312 (108 worldwide citation)

Diffusion bonding of surface layers of an alloy, such as an aluminum alloy, having surface oxides of low solubility in the alloy includes treating the surface layers to be bonded to remove existing surface oxide coatings, and diffusion bonding the surface layers to one another by placing the alloy t ...


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Richard A Oman, Kenneth M Foreman: Variable stator, diffuser augmented wind turbine electrical generation system. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Mellor A Gill, February 21, 1978: US04075500 (103 worldwide citation)

A wind powered electrical generating system having a suitable shaped aerodynamic duct or shroud within which a wind turbine having a fixed pitch blade is mounted, as by means of a stator means at the inlet of the duct or shroud with the stator means including mechanism for varying their effective an ...


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Robert S Metz Jr: Heat-dissipating method and device for led display. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, December 22, 1992: US05173839 (67 worldwide citation)

A strip of alumina is thermally bonded to the under surface of an LED display by a thermally conductive adhesive. A thermally conductive front panel is placed in thermal contact surrounding the front surface of the display. A double sided, thermally conductive pressure-sensitive tape is used to bond ...


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Arthur August, John G Huber: Automated integrated composite lamination system. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Mellor A Gill, January 9, 1979: US04133711 (66 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for laying filament reinforced tape in a form, cutting same to a predetermined pattern and molding same in a preferred form.


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Edwin P Berlin Jr, Geoffrey Y Gardner, Robert M Gelman, Michael N Gershowitz: Non-edge computer image generation system. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, David Aker, June 30, 1987: US04677576 (64 worldwide citation)

A computer image generation system is described which models objects without the necessity of linear edges. The system is adaptable for dynamic (real time) image generation from a compact model base for use in, for example, flight training systems. Scene content is enhanced by a novel texture genera ...


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Alex Grumet: Automatic TV ranging system. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, July 15, 1986: US04601053 (62 worldwide citation)

A range-finding system comprising the hardwired video processing of two side-by-side TV stereo images of a scene to provide automatic, rapid, quantitative ranging to noncooperative objects. A single TV camera with appropriate optics to provide stereo inputs or, in a preferred embodiment, two TV came ...


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Arthur August, John G Huber: Gantry for use in the manufacture of laminar structures. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, Mellor A Gill, June 17, 1980: US04208238 (59 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for laying filament reinforced tape in a form, cutting same to a predetermined pattern and molding same in a preferred form.


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John Mockovciak Jr: Solar-powered sun sensitive window. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, John P Kozma, Richard G Geib, Daniel J Tick, October 2, 1984: US04475031 (55 worldwide citation)

A self-contained sun sensitive window made up of liquid nematic crystals sandwiched between two transparent conductors is powered directly by a solar cell. An increase in light intensity upon the solar cell reduces the transparency of the window, resulting in a constant intensity behind the window.


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Charles W Boppe, Stuart G Harvie: Wing tip flow control. Grumman Aerospace Corporation, Richard G Geib, May 10, 1983: US04382569 (50 worldwide citation)

A capture device at the tip of a fluid foil such that when the foil has relative motion with respect to fluid in which it is immersed the capture device intercepts a quantity of the crossflow which is generated by the difference in pressure on the lower surface relative to the upper surface so that ...