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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 (553 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 (233 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 (230 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 (142 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 (132 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 (129 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 (108 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 (103 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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Leo Donald Maus: Artificial lift system for marine drilling riser. Exxon Production Research Company, Salvatore J Casamassima, May 30, 1978: US04091881 (93 worldwide citation)

An improved offshore drilling method and apparatus are disclosed which are particularly useful in preventing formation fracture caused by excessive hydrostatic pressure of the drilling fluid in a drilling riser. One or more flow lines are used to withdraw drilling fluid from the upper portion of the ...



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