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Ari Glezer, Mark G Allen, David J Coe, Barton L Smith, Mark A Trautman, John W Wiltse: Synthetic jet actuator and applications thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, June 2, 1998: US05758823 (111 worldwide citation)

Synthetic jet actuator, which can be micromachined if desired, generates a synthetic jet stream characterized by a series of successive vortices that can be used for effectively entraining adjacent fluid. The synthetic jet actuator can be used to bend, or vector, a jet stream from another jet actuat ...


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Ari Glezer, Mark G Allen: Synthetic jet actuators for cooling heated bodies and environments. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, September 26, 2000: US06123145 (108 worldwide citation)

Briefly described, the present invention is concerned with cooling heated bodies and/or heated fluid with synthetic jet actuators in either open or closed systems. A first preferred embodiment of a cooling system of the present invention comprises a synthetic jet actuator directed to impinge directl ...


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Ari Glezer, Raghavendran Mahalingam, Mark G Allen: System and method for thermal management by synthetic jet ejector channel cooling techniques. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, July 8, 2003: US06588497 (90 worldwide citation)

One embodiment of a thermal management system comprises a heated body, where a heat energy is contained within this heated body. This first embodiment also comprises an ambient fluid adjacent to an exterior surface of the heated body. Walls forming a channel are disposed within an interior of the he ...


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Ari Glezer, Mark G Allen: Micromachined synthetic jet actuators and applications thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, October 1, 2002: US06457654 (76 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves micromachined synthetic jet actuators, or “microjet” actuators. These fluidic control devices may be fabricated using standard silicon micromachining techniques and comprise an orifice situated atop an actuator cavity which is bounded at least partially by a flexible m ...


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Ari Glezer, Barton L Smith: Synthetic jet actuators for modifiying the direction of fluid flows. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, November 23, 1999: US05988522 (71 worldwide citation)

In a first preferred embodiment for an improved synthetic jet actuator, the orifice shape is altered by either a flap or adjusting the housing walls. If the flap is deployed outward from the wall just above the orifice of a synthetic jet actuator, the synthetic jet flow will be vectored upward, towa ...


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Ari Glezer, Mark G Allen, David J Coe, Barton L Smith, Mark A Trautman, John W Wiltse: Synthetic jet actuator and applications thereof. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley L, April 20, 1999: US05894990 (58 worldwide citation)

A synthetic jet actuator, which can be micromachined if desired, generates a synthetic jet stream characterized by a series of successive vortices that can be used for effectively entraining adjacent fluid. The synthetic jet actuator can be used to bend, or vector, a jet stream from another jet actu ...


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Ari Glezer, John W Wiltse: Synthetic jet actuators for mixing applications. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, May 2, 2000: US06056204 (56 worldwide citation)

The first preferred embodiment of an improved fluid mixing system comprises a synthetic jet actuator aligned perpendicular to a primary fluid flow. When the synthetic jet actuator is driven at a very high frequency, small scale mixing of the primary fluid flow can be effectively controlled. A second ...


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Ari Glezer, Barton L Smith, Mark A Trautman: Modifications of fluid flow about bodies and surfaces with synthetic jet actuators. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, September 28, 1999: US05957413 (55 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves a system for altering the aerodynamic shape and/or fluid flow field about a solid body. The preferred embodiment comprises a synthetic jet actuator embedded in a solid body, with the jet orifice built into the body surface. The synthetic jet actuator generates a series ...


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Andrew Tischendorf, Kenneth Schultz, Gary Lehman, Demos Andreou, Ari Glezer: Remotely-operated self-contained electronic lock security system assembly. Schlage Lock Company, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt P A, August 3, 1999: US05933086 (52 worldwide citation)

A keyless locking mechanism for use in a door or the like. An operator activates the system by means of a portable remote handheld controller or a remote keypad unit, which transmit coded signals to an electronically controlled, electromechanical door lock device. The electronic and electromechanica ...


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Ari Glezer, Michael Amitay: Modification of fluid flow about bodies and surfaces through virtual aero-shaping of airfoils with synthetic jet actuators. Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, November 11, 2003: US06644598 (49 worldwide citation)

The present invention involves a system for altering the aerodynamic shape and/or fluid flow about a solid body. The preferred embodiment comprises an obstruction disposed on the solid body and extending outwardly from the solid body into the fluid flowing over the solid body and a synthetic jet act ...