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Norman Ken Ouchi: System for recovering data stored in failed memory unit. International Business Machines Corporation, Richard E Cummins, May 30, 1978: US04092732 (596 worldwide citation)

A storage subsystem comprising a storage control unit and a number of failure independent storage devices, such as disk files, is provided with a check sum generator for generating a check sum segment from segments of a system record as the system record segments are being transferred between the st ...


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Wilmer A Hoyer: In situ process for recovery of carbonaceous materials from subterranean deposits. Exxon Production Research Company, Gary D Lawson, Michael A Nametz, May 30, 1978: US04091869 (234 worldwide citation)

A method is disclosed for recovering carbonaceous material from a subterranean deposit such as oil shale. A first zone of the subterranean deposit is heated to liquefy and vaporize carbonaceous materials contained therein. A substantial portion of the carbonaceous materials are removed from this fir ...


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Gregory Griffo, Raymond H Sanders: Snag resistant vented flower sleeve. Standun, Mahoney Schick & Cislo, May 30, 1978: US04091925 (231 worldwide citation)

A preferably plastic film flower sleeve has side edge heat sealed front and back panels tapering inwardly in downward extension providing upper and lower open ends. Each panel has a centralized nonperforated area which increases progressively in transverse width during its downward progression borde ...


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Ronald Neil Spaight: Heat transfer mechanism for integrated circuit package. International Business Machines Corporation, Cyril A Krenzer, May 30, 1978: US04092697 (144 worldwide citation)

Heat is removed from silicon devices in an integrated circuit package by means of a thermal liquid material contained in a film mounted on the underside of a cover enclosing the integrated circuit device. The film is electrically non-conductive and the film with the enclosed thermal liquid material ...


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James H Hasty: Compression sleeve. The Kendall Company, Powell L Sprunger, May 30, 1978: US04091804 (134 worldwide citation)

A compression sleeve for applying compressive pressures against a patient's limb from a source of pressurized fluid. The sleeve has a plurality of separate fluid pressure chambers arranged longitudinally along the sleeve, and a sizer portion located intermediate a pair of adjoining pressure chambers ...


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Alfred V Alasia: Encoding system. Schiller & Pandiscio, May 30, 1978: US04092654 (133 worldwide citation)

An improved camera and process of coding images and a product produced thereby is described in which an image of graphics is scrambled by operation of a pseudoscopic camera. The graphics and focal plane-type shutter are moved simultaneously relative to an objective lens and a graticule so as to prod ...


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Onno M Prinsze: Energizer apparatus for rechargeable flashlight batteries. H Gordon Shields, May 30, 1978: US04092580 (112 worldwide citation)

Energizer apparatus is disclosed for recharging flashlight batteries maintained within the flashlight utilizing the flashlight bulb as a control element and a special adapter cap for the flashlight casing which is substituted for the standard rear end cap of a conventional flashlight to enable the f ...


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Jacob Aginsky: Intramedullary compression nail for the treatment of bone fractures. Bacon & Thomas, May 30, 1978: US04091806 (104 worldwide citation)

A nail for insertion into the medullary cavity of a fractured bone, more especially a thighbone, consists of a hollow outer sheath of a diameter substantially equal to that of the narrowest part of the bone cavity, which sheath is longitudinally slotted at the front end adapted to be driven into the ...


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Roland Moreno: Systems for storing and transferring data. Societe Internationale pour l Innovation, Weiser Stapler & Spivak, May 30, 1978: US04092524 (103 worldwide citation)

A portable independent electronic object designed for storing and transferring data confidentially intended for being coupled to a data transfer device; the said portable object comprising, at least one store module intended for the storage of data in an easily portable form, containing enabling dat ...


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Samuel F Peterson: Retainer clamp. Associated Mills, Allegretti Newitt Witcoff & McAndrews, May 30, 1978: US04091998 (96 worldwide citation)

An improved retainer clamp is disclosed for selectively and securely supporting a handheld showerhead so to as prevent any accidental dislodgement of the showerhead from the retainer clamp. The handheld showerhead is adapted to be connected, via a flexible conduit, with a source of water under press ...



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