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Thomas N Parimore Jr, Christopher R Koss: Redundantly locked fluid coupling. General Electric Company, David L Narciso, Jerome C Squillaro, February 23, 1993: US05188398 (44 worldwide citation)

A redundant locking fluid coupling has a first coupling element including a coupling nut and a second coupling element including an outer ring biased towards the sealing end, such as by a coil spring. The coupling nut and outer ring include circumferential ends that are engaged when the coupling nut ...


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Christopher R Koss: Tube joint lock device. The United States of America represented by the Secreatry of the Air Force, Robert L Nathans, Donald J Singer, August 18, 1992: US05139289 (16 worldwide citation)

Nuts used in a conventional tube union connector are prevented from rotating, which would compromise the connector, by mounting a pair of resilient clips over the nuts, the clips having elongated serrated latch members which interlock together to prevent such loosening. This lightweight device is qu ...


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Michael A Umney, Steven A Walters, Christopher R Koss: Coupling assembly. General Electric Company, Andrew C Hess, Patrick R Scanlon, November 28, 1995: US05470114 (11 worldwide citation)

A coupling assembly for fluid carrying tubes in a gas turbine engine include first and second fittings fixedly joined to respective ones of the tubes. The first and second fittings include respective first and second mating flanges which are joined together by a clamping band which is adjustable the ...


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Glenn McAndrews, James T Hegge, Christopher R Koss, Michael A Umney, Douglas J Jones: Adjustable loop clamp. General Electric Company, Andrew C Hess, Nathan D Herkamp, April 30, 1996: US05511288 (7 worldwide citation)

An adjustable loop clamp assembly provides improved retention of electrical cables, tubes or hoses. The clamp assembly comprises a flexible strap with first and second ends. A base, having an elevated platform, a lower platform, a midsection, and two side supports, receives a second end of the strap ...


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Christopher R Koss: Fuel nozzle assembly. General Electric Company, V G Ramaswamy, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, July 26, 2005: US06921034 (2 worldwide citation)

A fuel nozzle assembly for delivering fuel to a combustor of a gas turbine engine. The assembly includes a fuel nozzle including a body having a fuel inlet, an air inlet, an outlet for discharging fuel to the combustor, and a mounting flange for mounting the nozzle in the engine. A portion of the bo ...


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Christopher R Koss: Fuel nozzle assembly. General Electric Company, David E Crawford Jr, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, July 1, 2004: US20040124273-A1

A fuel nozzle assembly for delivering fuel to a combustor of a gas turbine engine. The assembly includes a fuel nozzle including a body having a fuel inlet, an air inlet, an outlet for discharging fuel to the combustor, and a mounting flange for mounting the nozzle in the engine. A portion of the bo ...