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Daniel M Nosenchuck, Michael G Littman: Multinode reconfigurable pipeline computer. Princeton University, Richard C Woodbridge, March 7, 1989: US04811214 (221 worldwide citation)

A multinode parallel-processing computer is made up of a plurality of innerconnected, large capacity nodes each including a reconfigurable pipeline of functional units such as Integer Arithmetic Logic Processors, Floating Point Arithmetic Processors, Special Purpose Processors, etc. The reconfigurab ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck: Optimizing compiler for computers. The Trustees of Princeton University, Perman & Green, August 15, 1995: US05442790 (153 worldwide citation)

A method is described for compiling a source code listing into an object code listing and comprises the steps of: extracting a block of source code statements from a source code listings; mapping each source code statement in the block into a wide intermediate code (WIC) statement in object form, a ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck: Reduced-noise ducted flow hair dryer with multiple impellers and ambient air inlets. SounDesign L L C, David M Quinlan, January 4, 2000: US06011903 (42 worldwide citation)

An axial flow hair dryer comprises a generally circular main housing with a transitional portion that smoothly reduces the housing diameter to an outlet. A first fan stage in the main housing generates an axial air flow through the housing. An outer duct has two axial extensions secured to the housi ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck: Ducted flow hair dryer with multiple impellers. SounDesign, David M Quinlan PC, November 24, 1998: US05841943 (29 worldwide citation)

An axial flow hair dryer comprises a main housing and an outer duct secured to the main housing with the axis of the outer duct coincident with the axis of the main housing and with the axial air outlet of the main housing disposed within the outer duct to form an annular air intake between the main ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck, Garry L Brown: Electromagnetic device and method for boundary layer control. British Technology Group USA, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, June 14, 1994: US05320309 (29 worldwide citation)

The boundary layer of a fluid travelling in a mean-flow direction relative to a surface of a wall of a body is controlled by generating in a near-wall region of the flow a magnetic field B having flux lines parallel to the surface of the wall and an electric current density J traversing the magnetic ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck, Garry L Brown: Multiple electromagnetic tiles for boundary layer control. British Technology Group USA, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, August 1, 1995: US05437421 (18 worldwide citation)

The boundary layer of a fluid travelling in a mean-flow direction relative to a surface of a wall of a body is controlled by generating in the fluid a magnetic field B having flux lines along the surface of the wall and an electric current density J traversing the magnetic flux lines in the fluid to ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck, Garry L Brown: Lifting body with reduced-strength trailing vortices. British Technology Group USA, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, February 20, 1996: US05492289 (14 worldwide citation)

A lifting body moves relative to a fluid, thereby creating a vortex field in the fluid downstream of the lifting body. The lifting body has a predetermined lift distribution along the length thereof which enhances the velocity component of the fluid flow directed outwardly from the centroid of the v ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck: Compressor with integrated impeller and motor. David M Quinlan P C, May 21, 2002: US06393208 (13 worldwide citation)

A pump or compressor for transporting a fluid comprises an impeller includes a plurality of impeller elements disposed for rotation to impart kinetic energy to the fluid. The impeller, which in one embodiment is an axial flow compressor, has an electrically conductive ring or other conductive member ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck: Staggered actuation of electromagnetic tiles for boundary layer control. The Trustees of Princeton Univ, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, October 12, 1999: US05964433 (11 worldwide citation)

The boundary layer of a fluid travelling in a mean-flow direction relative to a surface of a wall of a body is controlled by generating in the fluid a magnetic field B having flux lines along the surface of the wall and an electric current density J traversing the magnetic flux lines in the fluid to ...


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Daniel M Nosenchuck: Quiet vacuum cleaner using a vacuum pump with a lobed chamber. SounDesign L L C, David M Quinlan, January 18, 2000: US06014791 (8 worldwide citation)

A vacuum cleaner has a vacuum pump with a housing including a lobed chamber having an epitrochoidal planform satisfying the equation