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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: River turbine. Rollin D Morse, October 19, 1976: US03986787 (119 worldwide citation)

A turbine wheel on a horizontal shaft is coaxially mounted within a primary nozzle, for support in a river current below a platform carrying electrical power generation equipment. The turbine shaft and primary nozzle are submerged and oriented to enable flow of a portion of river current through the ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Airship power turbine. Rollin D Morse, September 4, 1979: US04166596 (103 worldwide citation)

Power is mechanically transmitted from a tethered airship carrying wind turbines to electrical generators on the ground at the anchor point of the tether, by the use of endless power-transmission cables bridging between drive sheaves at the turbine wheels and driven sheaves at the generators. Tether ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Submarine turbine power plant. Rollin D Morse, August 26, 1980: US04219303 (66 worldwide citation)

A power plant for the generation of electricity from the flow of water currents uses turbine wheels within nozzles submerged in the water current, anchored to the bottom of the water course, as for example, the ocean, and self-buoyed to a level well below the water surface. Pairs of counter-rotating ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Turbine wheel with catenary blades. Rollin D Morse, June 20, 1978: US04095918 (53 worldwide citation)

A turbine wheel on a horizontal axis is coaxially mounted within a primary nozzle, for support in a fluid current below a platform carrying electrical power generation equipment. The turbine wheel and primary nozzle are submerged and oriented to enable flow of a portion of fluid current through the ...


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David F Thompson, William J Mouton Jr: Fluid current turbine with flexible collectors. Rollin D Morse, May 24, 1977: US04025220 (29 worldwide citation)

A fluid-current energy-conversion plant, especially useful for electricity generation, utilizing an axial flow turbine as the energy conversion element, has self-inflated flexible collector elements for capturing a portion of the fluid current, increasing its velocity, guiding at least some of each ...


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Arnold David Studer: Process and apparatus for heartworm microfilariae detection. Rollin D Morse, May 24, 1977: US04025306 (24 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are already in use in the field of veterinary medicine for detecting microfilariae of heartworm in blood, comprising lysing blood samples to destroy corpuscular components, filtering the lysed samples on microporous transparent filters, staining any microfilariae on the filter, ...


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Mark Edwin Faulhaber: Music synthesizer. Rollin D Morse, October 19, 1976: US03986426 (12 worldwide citation)

A music synthesizer produces pitch-proportional voltages in a novel resistor network, uses these voltage via keyboard control to generate in a voltage-controlled oscillator a high frequency signal, being a multiple of all the harmonic frequencies desired, separates the individual harmonics, converts ...


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Arnold David Studer: Fecal examination device. Rollin D Morse, February 3, 1976: US03936373 (8 worldwide citation)

A filter thimble adapted for use in a float-or-sink process of separating ova from samples of feces contained in standarized transport receptacles has an outside diameter of about 3/4 that of the inside of the receptacle, has a bottom, has an open top, has around its upper side surface a closure ope ...


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William J Mounton Jr: Self-equalizing linkage for well derricks. Rollin D Morse, June 7, 1977: US04027854 (6 worldwide citation)

A self-equilizing mechanical leverage system for well-drilling derricks is provided for coupling pairs of hydraulic rams in side-by-side arrangement to a common load, in a manner to overcome the tendency of one ram of a pair to advance more rapidly than the other. The system is especially adapted fo ...



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