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Hsieh Kun Lee, Dongyun Lee, Zhijie Zhang, Hong Bo Shi: Heat sink assembly incorporating spring clip. Fu Zhun Precision, Foxcon Technology, Wei Te Chung, April 10, 2007: US07203066 (21 worldwide citation)

A heat sink assembly includes a heat sink (20) and a pair of clips (10) attached on opposite sides of the heat sink for securing the heat sink to an electronic component (40). The heat sink includes a base (22) and a plurality of fins (24). A pair of protrusions (28) is formed on bottom portions of ...


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Bo Shi, James H Wang: Thermoplastic starch for use in melt-extruded substrates. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, August 16, 2011: US07998888 (12 worldwide citation)

A melt-extruded substrate (e.g., film, nonwoven web, etc.) that contains a thermoplastic starch formed from a starch and plasticizer is provided. The starch and plasticizer are melt blended together in the presence of a weak organic acid (e.g., lactic acid, formic acid, acetic acid, etc.). By select ...


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Thomas Gerard Shannon, Bo Shi, Candace Dyan Krautkramer, Michael William Veith: Tissue comprising macroalgae. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Michael J Sullivan, November 5, 2013: US08574400 (8 worldwide citation)

The disclosure provides tissue webs, and products incorporating the same, where the webs comprise macroalgae fibers. More specifically the disclosure provides soft and durable tissue webs comprising at least about 1 percent macroalgae fiber by weight of the web. In the tissue webs of the present dis ...


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James H Wang, Bo Shi: Biodegradable and breathable film. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, June 18, 2013: US08466337 (7 worldwide citation)

Breathable and biodegradable polymeric film materials of the invention are highly suitable for use in personal care absorbent articles and other articles. The film includes a biodegradable polymer resin, a thermoplastic starch, a filler and optionally, a protein. The breathable film has a renewable ...


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Hsieh Kun Lee, Dong Yun Li, Hong Bo Shi, Min Li: Heat sink retention device. Hon Hai Precision, Morris Manning & Martin, Tim Tingkang Xia Esq, September 5, 2006: US07102890 (7 worldwide citation)

The retention device comprises a clip and a back plate engaging the clip, the clip comprises pressing members for press the heat sink onto the processor and at least a pair of hooks, the back plate is placed below a printed circuit board on which the processor is mounted, and comprises a body and at ...


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Dong Yun Li, Min Li, Hong Cheng Yang, Hong Bo Shi: Fan holder. Fu Zhun Precision, Foxconn Technology, Morris Manning Martin, Tim Tingkang Xia Esq, November 27, 2007: US07301769 (6 worldwide citation)

A fan holder (1) includes a base (12) for supporting a fan (3) thereon and a pair of locking members (14) pivotally connected to the base. Each of the locking members includes a pivot shaft (142) and a handle (144) extending perpendicularly from the pivot shaft. The pivot shaft includes a pivot sect ...


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Hsieh Kun Lee, Dong Yun Li, Hong Bo Shi, Min Li: Locking device for heat dissipating device. Hon Hai Precision, Morris Manning & Martin, Tim Tingkang Xia Esq, July 4, 2006: US07072183 (6 worldwide citation)

A locking device (30) for mounting a heat sink (40) to a CPU (70), includes a supporting member (32), a pair of locking members (33) pivotably attached to the supporting member and each having a connecting portion (332) and a hook (333), a pressing member (34) resting on the connecting portions, a s ...


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James H Wang, Bo Shi: Biodegradable water-sensitive films. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, December 11, 2012: US08329977 (5 worldwide citation)

A film that is biodegradable and water-sensitive (e.g., water-soluble, water-dispersible, etc.) in that it loses its integrity over time in the presence of water is provided. The film contains a biodegradable polyester, starch, water-soluble polymer, and plasticizer. The desired water-sensitive attr ...


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Bo Shi, James H Wang: Film formed from a blend of biodegradable aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, July 24, 2012: US08227658 (4 worldwide citation)

A film that is formed from a biodegradable polymer blend of different aliphatic-aromatic copolyesters is provided. More specifically, the blend contains a first copolyester formed from a terephthalic acid monomer. The use of a terephthalic acid monomer results in a polymer chain containing 1,4-(para ...


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Bo Shi, James H Wang, Aimin He: Fibers formed from a blend of a modified aliphatic-aromatic copolyester and thermoplastic starch. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning P A, June 25, 2013: US08470222 (4 worldwide citation)

A fiber formed from a thermoplastic composition that contains a thermoplastic starch and an aliphatic-aromatic copolyester is provided. The copolyester enhances the strength of the starch-containing fibers and also facilitates the ability of the starch to be melt processed. Due to its relatively low ...