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Diamond John A, Sylvester Amedeo A, Carver Fred F: Apparatus for simulating aircraft control loading. The Singer Company, Kesterson James C, Rothenberg Jeffrey, September 9, 1975: US3903614 (218 worldwide citation)

An electro-mechanical system for providing an opposing force to movement of a simulated control member in a grounded flight trainer. The invention utilizes an electric motor connected to the control member by a flexible element which, in the disclosed embodiment, comprises a continuous cable with a ...


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Perpiglia Frank Joseph: Large scale multi-level information processing system employing improved failsaft techniques. Burroughs Corporation, Chung Edmund M, Feeney Jr Edward J, Peterson Kevin R, September 9, 1975: US3905023 (156 worldwide citation)

A multiprogrammed multiprocessing information processing system having independently operating computing, input/output, and memory modules through an exchange, and interacting with a multi-level operating system designed to automatically makes optimum use of all system resources by controlling syste ...


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Deyerle William Minor: Acetabular cup prosthesis component for total or subtotal hip prosthesis system. Mason Fenwick & Lawrence, September 9, 1975: US3903549 (154 worldwide citation)

An acetabular cup prosthesis assembly for total or subtotal hip replacement, including a metallic, unitary cup member having a dome portion defining a socket larger than the head of the femur or femoral prosthesis component to be accommodated, and including an integral flange rim to seat against the ...


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Brayshaw Forrest G: Method and apparatus for generating plasma. Hogle Kearns International, Trask David V, September 9, 1975: US3903891 (147 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for producing an electric-field plasma is constructed with a hollow, electrically-conductive conduit connected in series with a radio frequency resonant circuit. The spatial relationship of the hollow conduit and the inductance of the resonant circuit is selected to avoid transformer actio ...


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Scheer Alexander L: Nasal hemostatic device. Oltsch & Knoblock, September 9, 1975: US3903893 (132 worldwide citation)

A nasal hemostatic device, including a flexible tube having a breathing passage therethrough. The end portions of the tube include expandable annular wall parts which, when the tube is inserted through a nostril and into a nasal passage, are expanded so as to engage selected internal parts of the no ...


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Bradner Norman R: Hybrid soybean production. Pfizer, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, September 9, 1975: US3903645 (122 worldwide citation)

Heretofore there has been an unfilled need for an efficient process for the production of seed capable of growing F.sub.1 hybrid soybean plants. The first commercially practicable solution to this need is described. A substantially uniform first population of atypical soybean plants having exposed f ...


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Yokogawa Syunzi: Multiple chip integrated circuits and method of manufacturing the same. Tokyo Shibaura Electric, Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 9, 1975: US3903590 (109 worldwide citation)

In a multiple chip integrated circuit, a plurality of semiconductor chips each carrying contact electrodes are partially embedded in a metal substrate and a dielectric layer is overlaid on the substrate with the semiconductor chips projected through windows of the dielectric layer. A first conductiv ...


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Martin Jacob H: Interconnection of planar electronic structures. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Smith Jr Arthur A, Santa Martin M, Iandiorio Joseph S, September 9, 1975: US3904934 (105 worldwide citation)

An interconnection system for interconnecting a plurality of planar electronic circuit boards each of the circuit boards including a plurality of contact portions for providing electrical coupling, the system including a support sheet disposed between each pair of planar electronic circuit boards; a ...


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Forrer Homer W: Fully enclosed bottle container. The Mead Corporation, Rodgers Walter M, September 9, 1975: US3904036 (101 worldwide citation)

An enclosed container for packaging a plurality of bottles having tapered neck portions includes bottom, top and side walls interconnected to form a tubular structure having end closure means at each end which includes a bottom end panel foldably joined to each end of the bottom wall, a top end pane ...