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Alan W Stoner, Yehia M El Aini, David Wiebe: Damped airfoil blade. United Technologies Corporation, Edward L Kochey Jr, November 24, 1992: US05165860 (32 worldwide citation)

The internal blade damper is an elongated member with a damping surface of discrete width in contact with the interior blade surfaces. Contact is continuous throughout a substantial length. The damper extends between 2.degree. and 30.degree. from the radial direction, producing a direction of contac ...


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Douglas J Dietrich, Alan W Stoner, David J Wiebe: Turbine engine rotor blade platform sealing and vibration damping device. United Technologies Corporation, Richard D Getz, September 8, 1998: US05803710 (19 worldwide citation)

A device for sealing between and damping of adjacent rotor blade platforms is provided which includes a forward seal member, a compliant center seal member, an aft seal member, a first damper, and a second damper. The first damper is disposed between the forward and compliant center seal members, an ...


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Dilip M Shah, Alan D Cetel, Alan W Stoner, William P Allen: United Technologies Corporation, Carlson Gaskey & Olds, March 4, 2008: US07338259 (9 worldwide citation)

A high modulus component, such as an aircraft engine turbine blade, is formed from a base metal that has a high modulus crystallographic orientation that is aligned with the primary, i.e. radial, direction of the turbine blade. The base metal is Ni, Fe, Ti, Co, Al, Nb, or Mo based alloy. Alignment o ...


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Dilip M Shah, Alan D Cetel, Alan W Stoner, William P Allen: United Technologies Corporation, Carlson Gaskey & Olds, January 18, 2011: US07871247 (8 worldwide citation)

A high modulus component, such as an aircraft engine turbine blade, is formed from a base metal that has a high modulus crystallographic orientation that is aligned with the primary, i.e. radial, direction of the turbine blade. The base metal is Ni, Fe, Ti, Co, Al, Nb, or Mo based alloy. Alignment o ...


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Dilip M Shah, Alan D Cetel, Alan W Stoner, William P Allen: Carlson Gaskey & Olds PC, September 8, 2005: US20050196268-A1

A high modulus component, such as an aircraft engine turbine blade, is formed from a base metal that has a high modulus crystallographic orientation that is aligned with the primary, i.e. radial, direction of the turbine blade. The base metal is Ni, Fe, Ti, Co, Al, Nb, or Mo based alloy. Alignment o ...


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Dilip M Shah, Alan D Cetel, Alan W Stoner, William P Allen: Carlson Gaskey & Olds PC, December 3, 2009: US20090297359-A1

A high modulus component, such as an aircraft engine turbine blade, is formed from a base metal that has a high modulus crystallographic orientation that is aligned with the primary, i.e. radial, direction of the turbine blade. The base metal is Ni, Fe, Ti, Co, Al, Nb, or Mo based alloy. Alignment o ...