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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: River turbine. Rollin D Morse, October 19, 1976: US03986787 (121 worldwide citation)

A turbine wheel on a horizontal shaft is coaxially mounted within a primary nozzle, for support in a river current below a platform carrying electrical power generation equipment. The turbine shaft and primary nozzle are submerged and oriented to enable flow of a portion of river current through the ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Airship power turbine. Rollin D Morse, September 4, 1979: US04166596 (105 worldwide citation)

Power is mechanically transmitted from a tethered airship carrying wind turbines to electrical generators on the ground at the anchor point of the tether, by the use of endless power-transmission cables bridging between drive sheaves at the turbine wheels and driven sheaves at the generators. Tether ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Submarine turbine power plant. Rollin D Morse, August 26, 1980: US04219303 (69 worldwide citation)

A power plant for the generation of electricity from the flow of water currents uses turbine wheels within nozzles submerged in the water current, anchored to the bottom of the water course, as for example, the ocean, and self-buoyed to a level well below the water surface. Pairs of counter-rotating ...


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William J Mouton Jr, David F Thompson: Turbine wheel with catenary blades. Rollin D Morse, June 20, 1978: US04095918 (54 worldwide citation)

A turbine wheel on a horizontal axis is coaxially mounted within a primary nozzle, for support in a fluid current below a platform carrying electrical power generation equipment. The turbine wheel and primary nozzle are submerged and oriented to enable flow of a portion of fluid current through the ...


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Takashi Harada, Yoshihiro Fujiwara, Fumio Abe, Tsuneaki Ohashi, Hiroshige Mizuno, Kevin R Brundage, Srinivas H Swaroop, David F Thompson, Raja R Wusirika, David S Weiss: Sintered metal bodies and manufacturing method therefor. NGK Insulators, Corning, Parkhurst Wendel & Rossi, June 27, 1995: US05427601 (43 worldwide citation)

A sintered metal body is disclosed of composition consisting essentially of in weight percent about 5 to 40 Cr, about 2 to 30 Al, 0 to about 5 special metal, 0 to about 4 rare earth oxide additive, and the balance Fe group metal and unavoidable impurities,


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David F Thompson: Ceramic honeycomb structures as oxygen separators or concentrators. Corning Incorporated, Gary H Levin, Richard N Wardell, July 23, 1991: US05034023 (40 worldwide citation)

Ceramic honeycombs made of a ceramic material of a solid electrolyte nature having at least some of the honeycomb channels sealed at one of the faces are useful for the concentration or separation of oxygen from air or other oxygen-containing gaseous mixture. The oxygen-containing gas is introduced ...


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Richard V Grimes, W Benjamin Harlamert, David F Thompson: Air craft propeller assembly with composite blades. Hartzell Propeller, Jacox & Meckstroth, November 24, 1981: US04302155 (33 worldwide citation)

An adjustable pitch aircraft propeller has peripherally spaced composite blades each including an elongated core of expanded rigid foam material extending from a metal base member having a reduced neck portion and an outwardly projecting flange portion. A casing or skin of plastic resin impregnated ...


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David F Thompson, William J Mouton Jr: Fluid current turbine with flexible collectors. Rollin D Morse, May 24, 1977: US04025220 (30 worldwide citation)

A fluid-current energy-conversion plant, especially useful for electricity generation, utilizing an axial flow turbine as the energy conversion element, has self-inflated flexible collector elements for capturing a portion of the fluid current, increasing its velocity, guiding at least some of each ...


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Leslie E Hampton, David F Thompson: Preparation of ceramic honeycomb structure having selectively sealed channels. Corning Incorporated, Gary H Levin, Richard N Wardell, November 5, 1991: US05062911 (25 worldwide citation)

Ceramic honeycomb structures having channels that are selectively sealed at alternate faces of the honeycomb are prepared by applying an end cap made up of green ceramic material to each face of a green ceramic honeycomb body, followed by exposing the openings of certain channels of the honeycombs t ...


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David L Hickman, Thomas D Ketcham, David F Thompson: Honeycomb particulate filters. Corning Incorporated, Anca C Gheorghiu, January 21, 2003: US06508852 (25 worldwide citation)

A honeycomb structure for a diesel engine or an automotive engine where the wall thickness is varied in a controlled manner from the front surface to the back of the honeycomb. One example is grading the web thickness continuously from thin webs on the front of the DPF to thick webs on the back of t ...



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