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Lansdown Anthony Richard: The use of a hydraulic squeeze film to lubricate the strand in continuous casting. The University College Of Swansea, Lansdown Anthony Richard, NEWBY John Ross, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003214 (1 worldwide citation)

The continuous casting of molten material (1) in a passage (4) defined by a cooled lubricated mould (6) is improved by subjecting a film of liquid lubricant lining the passage wall(s) (5) to oscillations transverse to the direction of movement of the material through the mould. The amplitude and fre ...


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Csizmadia Lajos: Foldable bicycle which can be carried in a bag. Licencia Találmányokat Értékesito Vállalat, Csizmadia Lajos, PATENTBUREAU DANUBIA, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003232 (1 worldwide citation)

The foldable bicycle is comprised of a frame divided into three hollow parts which are mutually hinged. In the front part, the front wheel, the fork and the handlebar can be folded and stored therein. In the central part the saddle and its support shaft can be slid down, and in the rear part can be ...


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Raggett Stephen Richard: Security marking video tape recordings. Kegmatics, Raggett Stephen Richard, BOULT WADE 27 Furnival Street London EC4A 1PQ, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003321

A video tape recorder is adapted to record security code markings on a tape when recording. The markings are produced in the control track of the tape and do not affect normal playback. Control pulses from a sync separator (13) which are normally stretched to, say, 28 mS for recording on the control ...


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Osmalov Jerome S, Sherwood John Frederick: Improved method of blending reconstituted tobacco in filler. Philip Morris Incorporated, PALMER Arthur L, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003186

Conventionally, when reconstituted tobacco is blended with strip and other tobacco parts in filler for smoking tobacco, the reconstituted tobacco is cut and/or shredded simultaneously with the strip and other tobacco parts. One of the disadvantages is that the conventional process produces an unnece ...


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Ledley Robert S, Golab Thomas J, Buas Michael: (ceog) System with feedback control of stimuli. Georgetown University, GUTHRIE Marvin C, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003191

A computerized electro-oculographic (CEOG) system with feedback control of test stimuli comprises an integrated system for automated administration of electro-oculographic tests and visual evoked response test to a patient, automated processing (32) of the results derived from such tests, and automa ...


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Ibbott Jack Kenneth: Electrostatic air cleaner. Ibbott Jack Kenneth, ISSHIKI Kensuke, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003208

In order to improve the smoke- and dust-removing effects of an electrostatic air cleaner, holes (5) are formed in at least one of the electrodes of the cleaner, holes are not formed on another electrode (1) facing the electrode (3) with holes in such a manner that the width of the opening of a hole ...


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Sparks Lawrence N: Lenticular signalling device. Vari Spec, Sparks Lawrence N, SPARKS Lawrence N, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003227

A lenticular device having a lens array of transparent quality with one more lenticular convex ridges (40) joined by cusped or concave valleys (41) forming lens elements on one of its surfaces. In addition, the lenticular array is uniforming separated from a message transmitting surface (38) by an a ...


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Lundblad Leif: A wall-mounted apparatus for dispensing and/or depositing valuable papers. Lundblad Leif, OMMING Allan, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003317

An apparatus for dispensing and/or feeding valuable papers comprising a cabinet for housing various of the components of said apparatus. The cabinet is divided into two part cabinets (11, 31) each of which is intended to be placed on a respective side of a wall (101). Arranged between the part cabin ...


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Cloer Nathaniel W: Lumber cart and electrode for dielectric drying kiln. Power Dry Patent, BEHRINGER John W, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003330

A lumber cart (10) for use in a dielectric drying kiln, in which the cart is comprised of a wheeled, horizontal frame (11, 12), a flat bed of electrically conductive material, preferably aluminium, carried on top of the frame, and one or more electrical leads or terminals (31) connected to the bed, ...


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Ekins Roger Philip: Method and composition for free ligand assays. Ekins Roger Philip, MACGREGOR Gordon, September 29, 1983: WO/1983/003306

A method for determining the amount of free ligand in a test sample where the ligand is also present bound to one or more endogenous receptors, comprising combining the test sample, ligand receptor and unlabelled, differential binding ligand analogue, incubating to permit the free ligand and unlabel ...