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Anderson Charles W: Wing frame control mechanism for ground working implement. Kewanee Machinery & Conveyor Co, Johnson Dienner Emrich & Wagner, February 18, 1975: US3866689 (7 worldwide citation)

Mechanism for simultaneously raising or lowering wing frames of a ground working impelment or the like between first positions wherein the wing frames extend in substantially planar aligned relation with a main frame section and second positions disposed substantially 180.degree. from their first op ...


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Beck Russell R, George David B, Anderson Charles W: Process for producing pelletized metal sulfide materials. Kennecott Copper Corporation, Philip A Mallinckrodt et al, January 29, 1974: US3789097 (4 worldwide citation)

A process of producing pelletized metal sulfide material bonded by reaction products of lime contacted by sulfur dioxide, so that the resulting pellets will have cohesive strength capable of withstanding the rough handling normally received in industrial smelting operations, comprises the steps of f ...


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Beck Russell R, Anderson Charles W, Messner Martin E: Process for deoxidizing copper with natural gas-air mixture. Kennecott Copper Corporation, November 9, 1971: US3619177 (3 worldwide citation)

A process for reducing the oxygen content of molten copper. A mixture of natural gas and air is introduced under the surface of a bath of molten copper, wherein the natural gas reacts with the oxygen in the air to partially oxidize the hydrocarbon constituents of the natural gas to form a reducing g ...


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ANDERSON CHARLES W: Biosolid storage and dispersal. THE ANDERSONS, Goldstein Avery N, September 15, 2011: WO/2011/113039 (1 worldwide citation)

A particle is provided that includes 5 wt % to 90 wt % of agricultural biomass, combustion residues, biosolids, or a combination thereof. A binder intermixed with the agricultural biomass, combustion residues, biosolids, or a combination thereof retains the mixture in the form of a particle. The res ...


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Anderson Charles W, Kerechanin Charles W, Decicco Daniel J, Vojtech George L: Expandable sensor array. Univ Johns Hopkins, July 7, 2004: GB2396921-A

An expandable sensor array (17) including at least one expandable member (19) movable between an unexpanded stowed state and an expanded deployed state and a plurality of sensors (23) interconnected with the at least one inflatable member (21) and operatively connected to form a sensor array.


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Gross Kevin P, Anderson Charles W, Lieb Derek W, Rosenboom Gerrit E, Lowe William W: Media access control for isochronous data packets in carrier sensing multiple access systems. Cirrus Logic, April 16, 2003: EP1302011-A1

The present invention has solved the collision problems in a CSMA network protocol. The network timing is controlled by one of the stations acting as a conductor (56) for the network. The network interrupt handler (46) and the conductor (56) build a beat packet. The beat packet is transmitted from t ...


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Anderson Charles W, Scholl Peter F, Chappell Ronald G, Bryden Wayne A, Ko Harvey W: Sample collection preparation methods for time-of-flight miniature mass spectrometer. Univ Johns Hopkins, Ecelberger Scott A, April 2, 2003: EP1297553-A2

A field portable mass spectrometer system comprising a sample collector and a sample transporter. The sample transporter interfaces with the sample collector to receive sample deposits thereon. The system further comprises a time of flight (TOF) mass spectrometer. The time of flight mass spectromete ...


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Gross Kevin P, Anderson Charles W, Lieb Derek W, Rosenboom Gerrit E, Lowe William W: Media access control for isochronous data packets in carrier sensing multiple access systems. Cirrus Logic, KENNEDY John T, January 3, 2002: WO/2002/001785

The present invention has solved the collision problems in a CSMA network protocol. The network timing is controlled by one of the stations acting as a conductor (56) for the network. The network interrupt handler (46) and the conductor (56) build a beat packet. The beat packet is transmitted from t ...


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Anderson Charles W, Scholl Peter F, Chappell Ronald G, Bryden Wayne A, Ko Harvey W, Ecelberger Scott A: Sample collection preparation methods for time-of-flight miniature mass spectrometer. The Johns Hopkins University, Anderson Charles W, Scholl Peter F, Chappell Ronald G, Bryden Wayne A, Ko Harvey W, Ecelberger Scott A, COOCH Francis A, December 6, 2001: WO/2001/093307

A field portable mass spectrometer system comprising a sample collector and a sample transporter. The sample transporter interfaces with the sample collector to receive sample deposits thereon. The system further comprises a time of flight (TOF) mass spectrometer. The time of flight mass spectromete ...



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