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Serge Le Gonidec
LE GONIDEC SERGE: SYSTEME ET METHODE DE REGULATION DE LA TEMPERATURE DUNE PILE A COMBUSTIBLE, A SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR REGULATING THE TEMPERATURE OF A FUEL CELL. Snecma, Snecma, SIM & MCBURNEY, November 3, 2015: CA2636966

The invention relates to a system for regulating the temperature of a fuel cell (1) that is cooled by a cooling fluid traveling through the cell, the system including both first control means (5a) for measuring the temperature (Tsm) of the cooling fluid and for controlling the flow rate of the contr ...


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Pilliar Robert M: Surgical prosthetic device with porous metal coating. Ontario Research Foundation, Sim & McBurney, December 24, 1974: US3855638 (516 worldwide citation)

A novel surgical prosthetic device having many useful surgical applications comprises a composite structure. The composite consists of a solid metallic material substrate and a porous coating adhered to and extending at least partially over the surface of the substrate. The porous coating has certai ...


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Magdy Younes: Lung ventilator device. University of Manitoba, Sim & McBurney, April 28, 1992: US05107830 (247 worldwide citation)

Ventilation to a patient is provided in response to patient effort. The free flow of gas from a piston, or similar air source, in response to patient inhalation is detected, the instantaneous rate and volume of flow are measured and the measurements are used as control signals to a drive motor for t ...


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David A Martin: Interactive display system. Smart Technologies, Sim & McBurney, September 5, 1995: US05448263 (219 worldwide citation)

An interactive display system comprising a touch sensitive display surface for sensing pressure applied thereto and in response generating control signals indicating locations of the applied pressure, a personal computer for receiving the control signals and in response generating graph images, and ...


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Edward W C Wong: Implantable material. Ontario Research Foundation, Sim & McBurney, October 9, 1984: US04475972 (184 worldwide citation)

Porous polymeric material, which, in tubular form, is suitable for use as a vascular graft, is made by a procedure wherein polymeric fibres are wound on a mandrel while overlying fibres are simultaneously bonded together. In one preferred embodiment, a viscous solution of a biocompatible polymer is ...


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Robert M Pilliar: Surgical prosthetic device or implant having pure metal porous coating. Ontario Research Foundation, Sim & McBurney, June 10, 1980: US04206516 (181 worldwide citation)

A surgical prosthetic device or implant is disclosed consisting of a coherent metal substrate and a pure metal porous coating. The pure metal porous coating is formed by thermal decomposition of a coating of thermally-decomposable metal compound particles and sintering of the metal particles so form ...


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David C MacGregor: Cardiovascular prosthetic devices and implants with porous systems. Sim & McBurney, July 25, 1978: US04101984 (156 worldwide citation)

A novel cardiovascular prosthetic device or implant having many useful cardiovascular applications comprises a porous surface and a network of interconnected interstitial pores below the surface in fluid flow communication with the surface pores. Tissue forms a smooth thin adherent coating of self-d ...


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Kuslich Stephen D, Corin James D, Bagby George W: Implant rachidien, Spinal implant. Zimmer Spine, SIM & MCBURNEY, January 5, 1999: CA2015507 (154 worldwide citation)

An implant is disclosed for use in spinalstabilization. In one preferred embodiment, the implant isdescribed as including a hollow, cylindrical body havingexternal threading and a plurality of openings formedradially through the body in communication with the bodyinterior. End caps are provided on t ...


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Richard M Keefer, Cindy M Lacroix: Methods and devices used in the microwave heating of foods and other materials. Beckett Technologies, Sim & McBurney, May 21, 1996: US05519195 (146 worldwide citation)

A method and device for enhancing the heating of a surface layer of an article being heated by microwave energy is characterized by directing the energy through the surface layer into a main portion of the article in such a manner that the modes of the energy are in cut-off in the surface layer.


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John Mallory: Central monitor for home security system. Isotec, Sim & McBurney, April 8, 1986: US04581606 (141 worldwide citation)

A security alarm system has a plurality of sensors for fire, smoke, intrusion and appliance operation. A central monitor is provided for monitoring and perceptibly indicating the status of each of the sensors. To provide for communication between the sensors and the central monitoring system, transm ...