James C Monroe: Device for removing snow and other debris from ground surfaces. Snotech, Thomas L Bohan, Patricia M Mathers, July 17, 2001: US06260293 (13 worldwide citation)

A snow removal device that picks up snow from the ground and flicks the snow into impeller units that transport the snow into a discharge tube whence the snow is expelled from the system. The system primarily includes a pick-up assembly, an impeller assembly, and a discharge tube. The pick-up assemb ...

Julio R Estrada, Ray A Mentzer: BiCOMS digital-to-analog conversion. National Semiconductor, Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, April 16, 1996: US05508702 (13 worldwide citation)

A digital-to-analog conversion device that has one or more conversion cells, each cell coupled to a master voltage source and to a specific binary input element. The conversion cells include binary-weighted or binary-sized output transistors such that each output transistor, when called upon, delive ...

Willard M Bennett: Fuel overflow prevention system. Benric Technologies, Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, November 3, 1998: US05829491 (13 worldwide citation)

A fuel overflow prevention system for substantially eliminating fuel spillage both due to over-filling during fueling and due to fuel expansion in fuel tanks. The device includes a fuel discharge preventor and a nozzle adapter that work together during re-fueling to allow displacement by fuel of gas ...

Jeffery B Davis: Buffer protection against output-node voltage excursions. National Semiconductor Corporation, Thomas L Bohan, October 3, 1995: US05455732 (13 worldwide citation)

A three-state output buffer circuit with built-in protection against power-rail corruption by bus-imposed voltages when the buffer is in its high-impedance state. In particular the invention protects the high-potential power rail of the high-Z buffer against voltages appearing at the buffer's output ...

E Barton Chapin III: Multiple-axis hatch assembly. Thomas L Bohan, Patricia M Mathers, September 3, 2002: US06442896 (13 worldwide citation)

A hatch assembly in which the hatch lid can be opened along four or more axes. The hinge structure of the present invention is a continuous rod element. This rod element is integral to the frame structure of the hatch—either the hatch-lid frame or to the base frame on which the hatch lid is mounted. ...

Walter Robinson: Golf grip training aid. Thomas L Bohan, Patricia M Mathers, April 1, 2003: US06540621 (13 worldwide citation)

A device for properly positioning and constraining the grip of a golfer on a golf club handle and, particularly, for preventing the thumb from rotating to the right or to the left during the golf stroke.

John M Pittman: Firearm security device. Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, December 23, 1997: US05699687 (12 worldwide citation)

A firearm-securing device providing tamper resistance features which device includes a keyway that operates a threaded rod which, in turn, controls spring-loaded cams that obstruct a tubular area including a chamber, a barrel, and a muzzle of a firearm. The cams have either fixed or articulated cont ...

Joan Hagenzieker: Cargo-transfer apparatus and method. Patricia M Mathers, Thomas L Bohan, June 7, 2005: US06902368 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for cargo transfer. The method and apparatus encompass a shipping terminal with a marine-side and a land-side and a computer-controlled multi-level cargo-sled storage structure placed between the two sides. Cargo is received on the land-side from a land vehicle, transferred onto ...

Leo M Bergman: Paint solvent with glycol ether, oxidizing oil, propylene glycol or propylene carbonate, and NMP or isoalkane. American Color Company, Chris A Caseiro, Thomas L Bohan, March 11, 1997: US05609678 (12 worldwide citation)

Solvent formulations used in thinning oil-based resins and in cleaning equipment contaminated with oil-based resins include mixtures of constituents with low-, or no-toxicity and flash points generally considered to be above flammability levels. The formulations are compatible with such resins and f ...

William Hagenzieker: Cargo-transfer apparatus and method. Patricia M Mathers, Thomas L Bohan, June 10, 2003: US06575686 (12 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for cargo transfer. A cargo sled is stuffed into/stripped from a container. The method encompasses a marine terminal that stores sleds prior to stuffing into a container. Method and apparatus reduce the required number of cargo containers by up to a factor of eight.