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Ashok Bhatnagar, Brian Duane Arvidson: Impact resistant rigid composite and method for manufacture. Honeywell International, Virginia Szigeti, November 4, 2003: US06642159 (64 worldwide citation)

An impact resistant rigid composite has a plurality of fibrous layers, each of which comprise a network of filaments. The fibrous layers are disposed in a matrix, with elastomeric layer(s) therebetween. Prior to curing of the matrix, successive fibrous layers exhibit therebetween a peel resistance o ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, Lori L Wagner, Chok Bin C Tan, Brian Arvidson, Harold Lindley Murray Jr, David Hurst: Frag shield. Honeywell International, Erika S Wilson, December 8, 2009: US07629277 (56 worldwide citation)

Fabric laminates having superior resistance to penetration of fragments, such as shrapnel. The fabrics are formed of high-strength fibers consolidated with from about 7% to about 15% by weight of an elastomeric matrix composition, and in combination with protective layers of a polymer film on each s ...


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Leroy C T Lin, Laura G Wilson, Ashok Bhatnagar, Hsin L Li: High strength composite. AlliedSignal, Renee J Rymarz, Melanie L Brown, September 3, 1996: US05552208 (46 worldwide citation)

An article made from at least one network of high strength fibers and a matrix composition that includes a vinyl ester and diallyl phthalate. Preferably, the article is made from at least one prepreg element which includes at least two adjacent layers of the high strength fiber network in the vinyl ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, Chok Bin C Tan: Ballistic fabric laminates. Honeywell International, Virginia Szigeti, January 25, 2005: US06846758 (45 worldwide citation)

Woven fabric laminates having superior resistance to penetration by ballistic projectiles, assemblies thereof, and the method by which they are made. In one embodiment, among others, a laminate of the invention is comprised of a fabric woven from a high strength, high modulus yarn, a surface coating ...


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Leroy C Lin, Laura G Wilson, Ashok Bhatnagar, Hsin L Li: High strength composite. AlliedSignal, Renee J Rymarz, Melanie L Brown, December 24, 1996: US05587230 (44 worldwide citation)

An article made from at least one network of high strength fibers and a matrix composition that includes a vinyl ester and diallyl phthalate. Preferably, the article is made from at least one prepreg element which includes at least two adjacent layers of the high strength fiber network in the vinyl ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, Elizabeth Stroud Parrish: Bi-directional and multi-axial fabrics and fabric composites. Honeywell International, Virginia Szigeti, January 11, 2005: US06841492 (32 worldwide citation)

Bi-directional and multi-axial fabrics, fabric composites, ballistically resistant assemblies thereof, and the methods by which they are made. The fabrics are comprised of sets of strong, substantially parallel, unidirectional yarns lying in parallel planes, one above the other, with the direction o ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, Elizabeth Stroud Parrish: Bi-directional and multi-axial fabric and fabric composites. Honeywell International, Virginia Szigeti, July 11, 2006: US07073538 (27 worldwide citation)

Bi-directional and multi-axial fabrics, fabric composites, ballistically resistant assemblies thereof, and the methods by which they are made. The fabrics are comprised of sets of strong, substantially parallel, unidirectional yarns lying in parallel planes, one above the other , with the direction ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, Brian Arvidson: Molded ballistic panel with enhanced structural performance. Honeywell International, October 13, 2009: US07601654 (21 worldwide citation)

Ballistic resistant composites and articles formed therefrom for use in airplanes and other vehicles which meets particular structural, impact and ballistic requirements. An aerospace-specification grade honeycomb is positioned between panels comprising non-woven ballistic resistant fibrous layers, ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, Brian D Arvidson, Chok Bin C Tan, Lori L Wagner: Enhanced ballistic performance of polymer fibers. Honeywell International, Erika S Wilson, June 21, 2011: US07964518 (20 worldwide citation)

Ballistic resistant materials having improved strength and lighter weights. More particularly, improved ballistic resistant fabrics produced from drawn, high modulus fibers having a reduced fiber diameter and improved physical strength properties, without changing other properties such as fiber chem ...


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Ashok Bhatnagar, David A Hurst, Brian D Arvidson, Lori L Wagner: Spaced lightweight composite armor. Honeywell International, Erika S Wilson, July 27, 2010: US07762175 (16 worldwide citation)

Lightweight, ballistic resistant articles are provided. More particularly, armor structures incorporating two or more spaced apart, ballistic resistant panels, having superior impact and ballistic performance at a light weight. The panels are spaced by air or by an intermediate material.